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NCP to form special departments to look after state, provincial and security affairs

Kathmandu, June 21 The ruling Nepal Communist Party has proposed forming 32 departments under its headquarters. A task force formed to design the organisational structure of new party has finalised the list. The task force has proposed forming a special department to look after provincial affairs though Standing Committee members will lead its provincial committees. […]

NCP’s political document protests American policy, endorses China’s BRI

Kathmandu, June 20 The newly unified Nepal Communist Party has hinted that it will protest American policies and its international activities whereas it will openly support Chinese activities in the global politics. In its political report submitted to the Election Commission, the ruling party has not mentioned the name of the United States, but has […]

NCP lower committees to be authorised to fix their pecking order

Kathmandu, June 19 The ruling Nepal Communist Party is likely to authorise its lower committees to decide the pecking order of their leaders on their own. However, the committees have to keep in mind the date these leaders took the membership while fixing the order. A draft of regulation for the operation of newly unified […]

Nepal Communist Party statute: Proposal bars leaders from holding the same post for three consecutive terms

Kathmandu, June 18 A committee formed to recommend key provisions for the new statute of the recently-formed Nepal Communist Party has suggested that leaders be allowed to hold a particular office not more than two consecutive terms. The other key provision recommended by the committee says that a party leader won’t also be allowed to […]

Dahal off to Singapore for wife’s treatment

Kathmandu, June 18 Ruling Nepal Communist Party Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal on Monday left for Singapore, reportedly for medical treatment of his wife Sita Dahal. Their daughter Ganga Dahal is also accompanying the couple. Dahal left Kathmandu a day before Prime Minister and another NCP Chairman KP Sharma Oli is embarking on a six-day official […]

Why shouldn’t NCP’s registration be cancelled? Supreme Court asks Commission over 33% women reservation

Kathmandu, June 17 The Supreme Court on Sunday issued a show cause notice to the Election Commission asking why it should not cancel the registration of newly unified Nepal Communist Party. Earlier, advocates and women’s rights activities had filed a case at the apex court demanding that the decision to register the party be revoked […]