Stories By 'Binod Ghimire'
For years since the start of the Maoist insurgency, academic institutions became the first target of the dissenting party to pressurise the government to fulfil its interests.
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Even as Nepal has failed to ensure justice for victims of the decade-long conflict, the country has yet to implement the recommendations of the United Nations Human Rights Committee in relation to two cases of sexual violence committed during the time of war.
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When Speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara allowed the National Medical Education Bill to pass through the
House in January amid obstructions by the main opposition, Nepali Congress, he faced criticism for siding with the government.
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Prime KP Sharma Oli, usually so voluble and full of wit and confidence, appeared forlorn and dejected at the House of Representatives rostrum on Tuesday.
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Lawmakers from various parties, including the ruling Nepal Communist Party, have said the Public Service Commission should revoke its recent vacancy notice, as directed by the State Affairs Committee of the federal parliament.
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The Supreme Court is unlikely to review a petition filed by the government against its 2015 landmark verdict which pointed out several flaws in the existing transitional justice Act.
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