Tag: Nepali Congress

From the Kathmandu Press: Thursday, September 20, 2018

Major Nepali and English broadsheet dailies published from Kathmandu on Thursday have highlighted a host of issues from political, sociocultural and economic issues. A number of newspapers have published reports about Nepali political leaders’ love for foreign visits. All three private newspapers—The Kathmandu Post, The Himalayan Times and Republica—have published Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s […]

Prakash Man Singh: Interest groups are running the government

Kathmandu, September 18 Nepali Congress leader Prakash Man Singh says the incumbent government has not been able to do anything good for its citizens because it is run by interest groups. Speaking at a function organised on the 21st death anniversary of his father Ganesh Man Singh, one of the founders of Nepali Congress, Singh […]

Nepali Congress obstructs Parliament meeting demanding justice for Nirmala Pant

Kathmandu, September 13 The main opposition party Nepali Congress on Thursday obstructed the meeting of House of Representatives so as to press the government to take initiatives to ensure justice for Nirmala Pant, who was raped and murdered some weeks ago, and her family. As soon as the meeting started today, lawmakers of the opposition […]

Deuba: The party is messed up, I will not keep quiet

Nepalgunj, September 10 Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has termed the tendency against party unity as a betrayal to the party, while emphasising collective efforts to overcome this malpractice. It was against the system established by the party late leader BP Koirala within the party, he said. “The party is messed up now. Lack […]

Nepali Congress youth leader shot dead in Rolpa

Liwang, September 10 The chief of Rolpa Municipality Committee of Nepali Congress’ youth wing, Nepal Tarun Dal, has been found dead on Sunday evening. Rohit Pun was reportedly shot dead by an unidentified group in Sulichaur of Rolpa Municipality in Rolpa district. The main opposition party has claimed former cadres of the Maoist party, which […]

From the Kathmandu Press: Monday, September 10, 2018

Major Nepali and English broadsheet dailies published from Kathmandu on Monday have given priority to a host of wishes from political, sociocultural and economic spheres. Some newspapers have reported that a rift has surfaced between Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and chief ministers of seven provinces about rights and responsibilities of provincial governments. Likewise, a […]