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Opposition up for protest as House endorses controversial bill amid hullabaloo

Kathmandu, January 25 The main opposition party of federal Parliament, Nepali Congress, on Friday has announced to launch protest programmes in Parliament and on the streets after the Lower House endorsed the controversial National Medical Education Bill. Speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara announced the endorsement of the bill presented by Minister for Education, Science and Technology, […]

Dissident NSU leaders stage protest at NC central office

Kathmandu, January 24 Leaders and cadres of Nepal Students Union, the student wing of the main opposition party Nepali Congress, have continued their protest against the party leadership’s decision to extend the term of the Union’s executive committee. The dissident leaders on Thursday went to the party’s central office in Sanepa of Lalitpur today and […]

Deuba extends NSU term, a section protests

Kathmandu, January 17 The main opposition Nepali Congress has decided to extend the term of executive committee of its student wing, Nepal Students Union. Party spokesperson Bishwa Prakash Sharma says the party has decided to give continuity to the current committee though its term expired on Wednesday. A Central Working Committee meeting of the party […]

Wide body irregularities: Deuba says his hands are clean

Kathmandu, January 14 Nepali Congress President and former prime minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has claimed that he is not involved in suspected regularities in the purchase of two wide body aircraft for the national flag carrier, Nepal Airlines Corporation. Recent media reports have claimed Deuba should also be responsible for the irregularities as some instalments […]

What’s blocking CJ nomination: Congress mahasamiti or its interest in CIAA posts?

Kathmandu, December 12 The Constitutional Council meeting could not recommend the name of new Chief Justice on Wednesday as well after Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba did not show up. Deuba is a member of the Council in his capacity of the main opposition leader in the Federal Parliament. However, he has been repeatedly […]

NCP accuses Nepali Congress of demanding share in constitutional positions

Kathmandu, December 5 Two days after the Constitutional Council failed to nominate the next Chief Justice, sources close to the ruling Nepal Communist Party have accused the main opposition Nepali Congress of intentionally deferring the discussion as it wanted some share in vacant constitutional positions. On the Council meeting on Monday, Congress president Sher Bahadur […]