Stories By 'Binod Ghimire'
A team of second-rung leaders is flying to Bangkok on Swiss government funding in an initiative officials say could bring together major political parties on transitional justice.
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Nepalis are the fifth largest foreign community to receive H-1B visa to the US between 2012 and May this year, according to an official report of the US government.
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The Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs has reminded different ministries to review the existing Acts to ascertain the laws related to them are consistent with the spirit of the constitution and revise any that are against the constitutional provisions.
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Amid delay in probing war-era crimes and cases of human rights violations, conflict victims are coming up with a demand paper to exert pressure on the government and the political parties to expedite the transitional justice process.
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While top leaders of three right-wing parties are engaging in serious dialogue for a merger, second-rung leaders from the Rastriya Prajantra Party, the largest of the three, are against its Chairman Kamal Thapa demanding that he correct his ‘unilateral’ working style.
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Following the delay by different ministries in ascertaining the laws that contradict the spirit of the constitution, the Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs has informed them to review the existing Acts and report it by Wednesday.
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