Tag: Parliament

Govt to spend Rs 27.8 million for new canteen for lawmakers

Kathmandu, February 26 The government has begun constructing a new canteen for members of the Federal Parliament on the Parliament building premises in Naya Baneshwor. The Ministry of Urban Development has planned to complete the construction within next six months. Rs 27.8 million has been allocated for the project. The new facility will boast a […]

PM officially informs House about China visit achievements

Kathmandu, June 26 Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli addressed the House of Representatives to inform lawmakers about achievements of his six-day official China visit, on Tuesday morning. The address was rescheduled from Monday to 11:00 am today. It, however, was delayed for around half an hour. Addressing the Lower House, the Prime Minister said that […]

Prime Minister’s address to Parliament postponed for Tuesday

Kathmandu, June 25 The address of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli at the House of Representatives has been postponed for Tuesday. The Prime Minister was scheduled to address the Lower House about the achievements of his China visit at 2:00 pm today. However, the address was postponed at around 1:00 pm, informed Chetan Adhikari, PM’s […]

Prime Minister Oli to brief Parliament about China visit agendas Monday

Kathmandu, June 18 Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli will address the House of Representatives to inform lawmakers about his China visit at 4:00 pm on Monday. The Prime Minister, leading his jumbo delegation, is embarking on a six-day official visit to China on Tuesday. According to sources, more than 100 representatives will set off to […]

Parliament to discuss ministry-wise allocation of budget

Kathmandu, June 10 Parliament meeting has been called to discuss ministry-wise allocation of budget for the upcoming fiscal year at 11:00 am on Sunday. As per the schedule, the budget of Ministry of Information and Communications, Ministry of Water, Ministry of Agriculture, Land Management and Cooperatives, and Ministry of Law and Federal Affairs will be […]

Parties agree not to suspend lawmakers accused of criminal cases

Kathmandu, June 8 After a protest from the main opposition Nepali Congress and the Madhehs-centric Rastriya Janata Party Nepal, ruling Nepal Communist Party has decided to finalise the draft of House of Representatives Regulations with a provision that lawmakers will not be suspended even if they are accused of criminal cases. Otherwise, the ruling side […]