Fed up with the government’s continued reluctance to address its concerns including amendment to the constitution, leaders of the Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal have warned the KP Oli administration of launching a struggle as part of preparations for the party’s first general convention.
Foreign Secretary Shanker Das Bairagi, currently in France, held a bilateral meeting with French Ministry of Foreign Affairs Secretary General Maurice Gourdault-Montagne at the latter’s office in Paris on Tuesday.
The delay in completing the much awaited Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project leaves Nepal no option but to rely on the electricity imported from India to eliminate power cuts this winter when output of the river-run domestic plants drops significantly.
The government is preparing to scrap the taxes imposed unconstitutionally or illegally by the provincial and local governments with the Cabinet endorsing on Sunday a proposal to implement the report prepared by a high-level committee formed to suggest ways to resolve the row.
Kathmandu Metropolitan City’s (KMC) Mayor Bidya Sundar Shakya and Deputy Mayor Hari Prabha Khadgi have left for China on Monday to attend the ‘China International Friendship City Conference 2018’ on November 14 and 16.
The Office of Prime Minister and Council of Ministers has enquired about the repossession of the religious forest from the Osho Tapoban, the international commune and forest retreat centre named after spiritual guru Osho Rajneesh.
The High Powered Committee for Integrated Development of the Bagmati Civilization has started installing 430 solar street lamps along an eight-kilometre segment of Bagmati corridor from Sinamangal to Kupondole.
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s ill health and treatment in hospital has postponed several meetings, Cabinet meetings, policies, programmes and almost three dozen projects he was to inaugurate and lay foundation stone.