Three of the major Nepalese political parties have suggested the government to focus on big projects during Indian PM Narendra Modi’s visit to Nepal.
Ministers at SAFTA meeting agree that establishment of SAARC Development Bank along with agreements on issues including investment promotion and protection will be fast tracked.
A proposal of Urgent Public Importance on Foreign Employment has been tabled in today’s meeting of the Legislature-Parliament.
Experts on the issues concerned are scheduled to hold discussion on different five issues in a distinct way as compared to the first and the second Nepal-India JC meetings.
The meeting of the Council of Ministers today finalized the subjects that would be discussed in the Joint Commission’s meeting to begin here tomorrow.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Damodar Das Modi is arriving here on August 3 for a two-day official visit to Nepal.
South Korean Ambassador to Nepal Choe Yong-jin has said that his country would make every possible support for the socio-economic development of Nepal.
The alliance of 33 political parties has drawn attention of the government against striking any deal and agreement with India on any issue of national importance without forging a national consensus.
Speaker of the Legislature-Parliament, Subash Nembang, has drawn the government’s attention to provide the exact information about the loss and damages caused to property and life by flood and landslide across the country, and the details of the relief
The Constitutional-Political Dialogue and Consensus Committee has forged consensus on the name of the lower house of parliament as the ‘House of Representatives’.
Police have arrested Dalit activists, who were staging sit-in protest near the southern gate of Singha Durbar, the central government secretariat, today.
CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli has been admitted to the National University Hospital in Singapore on Wednesday.