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Two student unions of NCP agree to merge

Kathmandu, August 17 Two student unions close to the Nepal Communist Party have decided to merge at the earliest. The two organisations have finalised the model of their unification as well as the new name. All Nepal National Free Students Union and All  Nepal National Free Students Union-Revolutionary were sister organisations of then CPN-UML and […]

Oli-Dahal’s Nepal Communist Party faces name duplication charge again

Kathmandu, August 14 The legality of ruling Nepal Communist Party formed after the merger of CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Centre has once again been questioned with the Election Commission receiving a complaint that demands the party’s registration be scrapped. Rishi Kattel, who heads a small party with the same name, has filed the application claiming the […]

NCP leaders finalise composition of provincial committees to conclude UML-Maoist Centre merger

Kathmandu, August 14 Leaders of  the ruling Nepali Communist Party say they have finalised the composition of seven provincial and 77 district committees of the party as they divided key positions between leaders belonging to then CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Centre. The formation of such committees will conclude the merger of two biggest communist parties of […]

Dahal to visit India and China in a single month

Kathmandu, August 10 Nepal’s former Prime Minister and ruling Nepal Communist Party Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal is scheduled to visit both neighbours of the country next month. Sources at Dahal’s secretariat says he will leave for the Indian capital of New Delhi on September 7. During the trip, he will hold meetings with Indian Prime […]

Prime Minister warns of firing underperforming ministers

Kathmandu, August 8 Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has warned that he will remove underperforming ministers from his Cabinet. Addressing a meeting of his party’s Secretariat at his official residence in Baluwatar today, Oli said ministers could be removed from the Cabinet if they could not show good jobs. “We did not discuss much about […]

From the Kathmandu Press: Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Major Nepali and English broadsheet dailies published from Kathmandu Valley on Wednesday have given priority to different issues from political, sociocultural and financial spheres. The death of two alleged abductors in a police encounter in Doleshwor of Bhaktapur district on Monday has sparked a controversy as some people have claimed that the police attack was […]