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Morning Starter: Thursday, January 23, 2020

Good morning! Here’s a summary of important, ignored and interesting reports from Wednesday to kickstart your Thursday. Important ANFA leader files FIR against Manange A day after the Gandaki Provincial Assembly member Deepak Manange assaulted him, the Kaski district president of All Nepal Football Association, Milan Gurung, filed a complaint against him with police. SP […]

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: Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Good morning! Here’s a summary of important, ignored and interesting reports from Monday to kickstart your Tuesday. Important Govt appoints new officials at TRC, CIEDP The government on Monday appointed five officials each at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the Commission of Investigation on Enforced Disappeared Persons. Ganesh Dutta Bhatta and Yuba Raj Subedi […]

Province 5: Main opposition leader passes away

Butwal, January 20 Baladev Sharma Pokharel, the leader of the main opposition leader of Province 5 Assembly, died of cancer on Monday. The 82-year-old leader was also the senior-most member of the assembly. Pokharel was elected to the assembly as a proportional representative lawmaker of the Nepali Congress party. He was active in the party […]

Nidhi, Sitaula, Singh discuss party’s internal dispute

Kathmandu, January 20 Three influential leaders of the main opposition party have held a meeting to discuss the ongoing dispute in the party over the dates of the next general convention. The party’s vice-president Bimalendra Nidhi and leaders Krishna Sitaula and Prakash Man Singh met at the party’s central office in Sanepa this morning. While […]

Nepali Congress asks NCP to support its candidate for deputy speaker

Kathmandu, January 20 The main opposition Nepali Congress has asked the ruling Nepal Communist Party to support its candidate for the position of deputy speaker. Because the ruling party has nearly two-thirds majority lawmakers, whoever gets supports from its lawmakers will be elected. As the current Deputy Speaker Shiva Maya Tumbahamphe is resigning so as […]