Tag: Nepali Congress

Nepali Congress CWC meeting to finalise rules for provincial parliamentary party

Kathmandu, February 9 The Nepali Congress is holding an emergency meeting of the party’s Central Working Committee to discuss how to operate its provincial parliamentary party structures. The meeting has begun at 9 am at the Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba’s official residence in Baluwatar. Deuba’s personal secretary Sher Bahadur Deuba says the meeting will […]

PM Deuba may tender resignation after final announcement of poll results

Kathmandu, February 8 Sources close to Prime Minsiter Sher Bahadur Deuba say the Nepali Congress President is mulling over tendering his resignation to President Bidya Devi Bhandari as soon as the Election Commission announces final results of the House of Representatives elections. While the left alliance was demanding that Deuba resign at the earliest, Deuba […]

Indra Baniya elected Nepali Congress parliamentary party leader in Province 3

Kathmandu, February 8 Lawmaker from Makawanpur district, Indra Baniya, has been elected the Nepali Congress parliamentary party leader in Province 3 unopposed. As the CPN-UML and the CPN-Maoist Centre are forming the coalition government in the Province, Baniya will be the main opposition leader in the Provincial Assembly. A meeting of the provincial lawmakers held […]

From the Kathmandu Press: Thursday, February 8, 2018

Results from the National Assembly elections held in six provinces of the country on Wednesday have come out from all provinces and all major Nepali and English broadsheet dailies published from Kathmandu on Thursday have given the top priority to the announcement of the results. Different newspapers, however, have reported different figures about the seats […]

Believing in UML’s prosperity mantra is just daydream: Gagan Thapa

Butwal, January 31 Nepali Congress leader Gagan Thapa says believing that the CPN-UML will bring prosperity in the country is just daydreaming. Addressing a function in Butwal of Rupandehi district today, Thapa likened the UML, which is preparing to lead the government within next one month, to a private company and said just around 10,000 […]

On Martyrs’ Day, Nepali Congress leaders polish shoes ‘to clean up politics’

Kathmandu, January 30 Some Nepali Congress leaders were seen polishing shoes of members of the public in Naya Baneshwor today. The leaders sat on the pavement and polished shoes of pedestrians turn by turn. Leaders Chandra Bhandari, Dhana Raj Gurung among others participated in the event hosted by Krishna Prasad Bhattarai Foundation. The Foundation says […]