Tag: Parliament meeting

Ministers to respond to lawmakers’ concerns on budget from Tuesday

Kathmandu, June 26 The Federal Parliament Secretariat says the task of raising questions over the budget allocations made to various ministries and government bodies for the next fiscal year will end today. Now, respective ministers will address concerns raised by the lawmakers about their ministries. On the first day today, seven ministers will respond 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 […]

Prime Minister to address Province 3 Assembly meeting today

Kathmandu, June 4 Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli will address the meeting of Province 3 Assmbly on Monday, according to the Provincial Assembly Secretariat. It has been learnt that the Prime Minister will be speaking about the development and possibilities in the Province. The constitution and provincial directives do not have any provision about address […]

From the Kathmandu Press: Friday, May 25, 2018

Major Nepali and English broadsheets published from Kathmandu on Friday published today have given priority to various political, economic and sociocultural issues on their front pages.┬áMost newspapers have given priority to the absence of lawmakers during discussions on the government’s annual policy and programme at both houses of the Federal Parliament. Likewise, the scrapping of […]

Parliament endorses Medical Education Ordinance despite NWPP protest

Kathmandu, May 9 The Parliament meeting on Wednesday endorsed the Medical Education Ordinance the government enacted in absence of legislative body few weeks ago. Earlier, in December last year, the government had issued the same ordinance owing to a protest programme launched by medical education reform activist Dr Govinda KC. The constitution requires that any […]

From the Kathmandu Press: Sunday, May 6, 2018

All Nepali and English broadsheet dailies published from Kathmandu daily have given the top priority to the government crackdown on pro-syndicate transport entrepreneurs who launched, but later withdrew, an indefinite public transport strike on Friday. Likewise, a conclusion made in a parliamentary committee about not suspending lawmakers accused of criminal cases has also received significant […]