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NCP tells loyal journalists not to demand new media bill’s withdrawal

Kathmandu, May 19 Ruling Nepal Communist Party has told journalists close to the party not to protest and demand for the withdrawal of Media Council Bill that the government recently registered in Parliament. Leaders including deputy parliamentary party chief Subas Chandra Nembang, Minister for Communications Gokul Baskota, Yogesh Bhattarai and Pampha Bhusal invited the journalists […]

Oli, Dahal agree that NCP shouldn’t limit itself to Madan Bhandari’s thought

Kathmandu, May 17 Two chairmen of the ruling Nepal Communist Party–KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal–have made similar statements regarding recognising the ideology developed by late Madan Bhandari in their unified party. Both of them have said the party should not completely give up Bhandari’s thought, known as People’s Multiparty Democracy; however, that is […]

NCP secretariat discusses unification of sister organisations

Kathmandu, May 16 The secretariat of ruling Nepal Communist Party on Thursday discussed unifying sister organisations of former CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Centre. Though it has already been one years since the two parties unified to form the NCP, their sister organisations and local committees are yet to merge. As Friday marks the first anniversary of […]

NCP finalises 147 members for politburo

Kathmandu, May 10 Leaders of the ruling Nepal Communist Party have claimed that they have achieved a milestone in wrapping up the unification process between then CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Centre as they finalised 147 names for the party’s powerful politburo. It has already been one year since the two parties united. However, the unified NCP […]

Provinces 1, 3 to be named Koshi, Bagmati after NCP decision

Kathmandu, May 3 Provinces 1 and 3 are likely to be named Koshi and Bagmati respectively as per a decision of the ruling Nepal Communist Party central leadership. The party has the two-thirds majority in legislative bodies of both the provinces. Hence, the party decision is unlikely to be changed. The party has not issued […]

From the Kathmandu Press: Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Telecom service provider Ncell moving the Supreme Court claiming that capital gains tax determined by the Large Taxpayers Office is not in accordance with the law has been featured in most national dailies along with the news of the ruling Nepal Communist Party┬ánaming chairpersons and secretaries of all the 77 district chapters. Here is a […]