Tag: NCP

NCP celebrates anniversary of ‘people’s war’

Kathmandu, February 13 The ruling Nepal Communist Party and its sister organisations on Thursday celebrated the 25th ‘People’s War Day’, the 25th anniversary of the commencement of the armed struggle against the state by the then CPN-Maoist. The party organised a special function at its headquarters in Dhumbarahi of Kathmandu to commemorate the war. One […]

Oli, Dahal discuss pending issues of party unification

Kathmandu, February 11 Two chairpersons of the ruling Nepal Communist Party–Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal–held a meeting on Tuesday to discuss pending issues of the party unification. The then CPN-UML and the CPN-Maoist Centre announced the merger of two parties to form the NCP in May 2018, many issues are yet […]

NCP, regional ally sweep National Assembly polls

Kathmandu, January 24 The ruling Nepal Communist Party and its Madhesh-centric ally Rastriya Janata Party Nepal have swept the elections held to elect 18 members of the Upper House of the Federal Parliament. The NCP won 16 positions whereas the RJPN won two in Province 2. Among the winners include NCP’s central spokesperson Narayan Kaji […]

Nepali Congress undecided on whether to file candidacy for deputy speaker

Kathmandu, January 21 The main opposition party Nepali Congress has concluded that it is unlikely to get support from the ruling Nepal Communist Party for the position of deputy speaker in the House of Representatives. Hence, it has remained undecided whether to file its candidacy for the position as it is certain to lose. Whoever […]

Morning Starter: Monday, January 20, 2020

Good morning! Here’s a summary of important, ignored and interesting reports from Sunday to kickstart your Monday. Important Tumbahamphe to resign today After she failed to convince the Nepal Communist Party leadership to nominate her as the next speaker of the House of Representatives, the current Deputy Speaker, Shiva Maya Tumbahamphe is resigning from the […]

Oli, Dahal ‘almost agree’ to nominate Agni Sapkota as speaker

Kathmandu, January 19 Two chairmen of the ruling Nepal Communist Party have almost agreed to nominated Agni Sapkota for the speaker’s election. If the party endorses the two leaders’ decision, Sapkota will be elected the chief of the House of Representatives. During a one-on-one meeting between the two leaders in Baluwatar this morning, the agreement […]