Stories By 'Binod Ghimire'
This week, the government imposed restrictions on non-governmental agencies and private individuals from dispensing relief materials to those affected by the floods that have inundated large ports of the Tarai without coordination with the authorities.
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The Nepal Army, which is running short of aircraft, will soon have additional 12 choppers and fixed wing planes, taking the fleet size to 24.
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As many as 2,264 additional cases have been registered with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, taking the total complaints to 60,316 as the second deadline for insurgency victims to file their pleas ended on Friday.
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Clause-wise discussion on the constitution amendment bill started on Wednesday, four months after it was tabled in Parliament.
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The parliamentary Committee on Women, Children, Social Welfare and Elderly Citizens is close to an agreement on granting affiliations to medical colleges that meet the criteria prior to imposing a 10-year moratorium on new schools in the Valley.
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Strong reservations from lawmakers over several clauses of the Health Profession Education Bill have led to the legislation being stuck in the parliamentary Committee on Women, Children, Social Welfare and Elderly Citizens for more than seven months.
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