Tag: Nepali Congress

Prime Minister says he will show the opposition where the government is

Kathmandu, November 27 Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has responded to the ‘where is the government’ question raised by the main opposition Nepali Congress. Few days ago, the main opposition party’s spokesperson Bishwa Prakash Sharma had accused the government of failing to solve contemporary problems and meet people’s expectation, arguing the government could be seen […]

Nepali Congress student leaders press party for timely general convention

Kathmandu, November 25 Nepal Students Union, the student wing of Nepali Congress (NC), on Sunday staged a sit-in at the NC party office in Sanepa of Lalitpur to put pressure on the leadership to create environment conducive for its 12th general assembly. “It has been more than two years since its previous 11th assembly was […]

Nepali Congress discusses party statute amendment

Kathmandu, November 25 A panel formed to propose amendments to the statute of Nepali Congress has submitted its draft report to the party’s Central Working Committee meeting on Sunday. The main opposition party is discussing the draft at the meeting that began in Kathmandu this morning. According to leaders, the panel has proposed that one […]

From the Kathmandu Press: Sunday, November 25, 2018

Major Nepali and English broadsheet dailies published from Kathmandu on Sunday have given priority to a host of issues from political, sociocultural and financial spheres. Almost all newspapers have covered the mental illness that father of Nirmala Pant developed as he continued his sit-in demanding action against the murderers of her daughter. Likewise, the newspapers […]

PM’s intentions are right, but he doesn’t know how to execute them: Gagan Thapa

Kathmandu, November 22 Nepali Congress leader Gagan Thapa says Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has right intentions, but he does not know how to execute them. Speaking with journalists in Dhangadhi of Kailali district on Thursday morning, Thapa said, “I do not doubt the Prime Minister’s intentions. But, he does not know how to achieve […]

From the Kathmandu Press: Thursday, November 22, 2018

Major Nepali and English broadsheet dailies published from Kathmandu on Thursday have given the top priority to various political issues. A memorandum submitted by 21 Central Committee members of the ruling Nepal Communist Party and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s meeting with ministers and secretaries for the evaluation of individual ministries has received the most […]