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The much-awaited Constitution Amendment Bill (second amendment) failed to get through the Legislature-Parliament on Monday, after falling short of 48 votes. In the 592-member House, 395 votes are required to pass the amendment bill.
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The voting process for the Constitution Amendment Bill (second amendment) has begun at the Legislature-Parliament on Monday. CPN (ML) has boycotted the voting, sources confirmed.
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An aftershock of Gorkha Earthquake measuring 4.6 on the Richter scale occurred at 5:58 this evening, according to National Seismological Centre of Department of Mines and Geology.
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The Supreme Court on Monday issued an interim order directing the Election Commission (EC) to begin the process for registration of Rastriya Prajatantra Party (Prajantantrik) led by Pashupati Shumsher Rana.
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National Medical College (NMC), the umbrella body of Nepali doctors, has warned of stern nationwide protests if the government didn’t revoke the affiliation granted to National Medical College (NMC).
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Nepal youth team got off to a flying start in their Saff U-15 Championship by defeating Maldives 6-0 at Anfa Complex on Monday. Nepali team had taken a lead of 4-0 lead until the half time.
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Two people died while 20 others were injured when a bus met with an accident at Kailali Sahadpur Rural Municipality along the Bhimdutta Highway on Monday.
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Police have finally managed to nab the main accused behind the 33 kg gold smuggling case.
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday made public the itinerary of Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba’s India visit beginning on August 23.
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The government has decided to hold both provincial and federal parliamentary elections in a single phase on November 26.
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All Nepal Football Association (Anfa) announced on Sunday that an event management company—Turnpike Event Pvt Ltd—will conduct all Anfa-recognised futsal tournaments for the next five years.
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Bhutan hammered Sri Lanka 6-0 to secure a semi-final berth in the Saff Under-15 Championship at the Anfa Complex in Satdobato on Sunday.
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The Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB), the banking sector regulator, has directed banks and financial institutions not to seek identity cards from people who come to deposit up to Rs100,000.
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The government will start replacing hand-painted vehicle licence plates, which are in use for more than century, with embossed registration number plates from Monday.
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Individuals seeking loans from now onwards will not necessarily have to visit banks and financial institutions, as the government has allowed everyone to extend credit on the back of any movable asset, including cars, mobile phones, wrist watches and even crops and livestock.
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Human Resources Society Nepal (HRSN), a non-profit organisation tailored for HR professionals, is set to organise the sixth iteration of the National HR Conference at Soaltee Crowne Plaza on September 12.
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Traffic on major highways, which was disrupted owing to floods for the past several days, has resumed from Sunday, according to the Department of Roads.
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Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has expanded the Cabinet, inducting on Sunday eight state ministers from the CPN (Maoist Centre).
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In yet another setback to Baburam Bhattarai-led Naya Shakti Party-Nepal (NSP-N), 206 central council members under the leadership of Provincial Council member Balram Pun have joined forces with the Devendra Poudel faction.
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After CPN-UML local leaders and Election Commission (EC) officials were caught registering new voters at the house of a UML leader on Saturday night in Budhanilkantha Municipality, other parties have padlocked the municipality office on Sunday.
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Expressing serious reservations over the Tribhuvan University’s “secret” move to grant affiliation to a new medical college in Kathmandu, Dr Govinda KC has warned of stern protests including a hunger strike if the decision is not scrapped.
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The Rastriya Prajatantra Party has decided to vote against the constitution amendment bill registered in the Legislature-Parliament, making endorsement of the bill an uphill task for the government.
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