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SSF-N Chair Upendra Yadav will join the government

The ruling CPN-UML and the Sanghiya Samajbadi Forum-Nepal are said to have reached close to a deal on constitution amendment, a precondition set by the SSF-N to joining the KP Oli-led government. According to leaders engaged in negotiations, both sides are working on a three-point agreement related to constitution amendment and allocation of ministries. They now need the top left alliance leade...


PM Oli expanded three-member cAbinet to seven members

Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli expanded his three-member cAbinet to seven members on Monday, inducting ministers from major ruling partner CPN (Maoist Center) also. With a view to bringing the Upendra Yadav-led Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) into the government and garnering a two-thirds majority for the ruling coalition, Oli has not given full shape to his cAbinet at its first expansion....


Ram Chandra Poudel criticize Deuba for failing the NC in the elections

Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has been forced to defend his leadership and his position in the party of late, with many party leaders holding him responsible for the electoral debacle in recent general elections. Senior party leader Ram Chandra Poudel read out a four-page-long letter during the partys Central Working Committee meeting on Sunday, criticising Deuba for failing the...


Govt to have 17 ministries, UML to finalize ministers

The government has decided to reduce the number of ministries from 18 to 17. The meeting of cAbinet of ministers has decided to do so. Likewise, Bishnu Rimal has been appointed as chief advisor to Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, Chetan Adhikari, press coordinator of PM Oli said. Following the cAbinet of ministers meeting, CPN UML is holding a central committee meeting to finalize candidates...


SuryAbinayak-Dhulikhel road expansion soon

The SuryAbinayak-Dhulikhel road will be upgraded to eight lanes. Concerned authorities have stressed the need for starting the construction work at the earliest. They delivered their views at a suggestion collection campaign organised today at Jagati, Bhaktapur by the Department of Roads in this regard. On the occasion, former Minister and Parliamentary Member Mahesh Basnet underscored the...


Dahal won't join govt until unification deal

CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal turned down a request from Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli on Sunday to send Maoist ministers to the new cAbinet arguing that they would join the government once there is a framework agreement on the proposed unification with the CPN-UML. Dahal, however, said during a meeting with Oli that the Maoists would continue to support the government from o...


PM Deuba to resign today

Following a national address on television at 9 AM, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba will step down today. The prime minister will announce his resignation after an address to the nation on Thursday morning, following a cAbinet meeting, said Commerce Minister Min Bahadur Bishwakarma. Prime Minister Deuba had been putting off his resignation so far, maintaining that he would step down only...


Home Ministry appoints new SSP

The Home Ministry has appointed Bishwo Raj Pokhrel as the new Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) of Kathmandu. Pokhrel succeeds RAbindra Dhanuk, the former chief of Kathmandus Metropolitan Police Division. A source said that Pokhrel will resume his duties from today onwards. Before being appointed as Kathmandus chief, Pokhrel was working as the chief of Metropolitans Police Intelligence d...


Journalist Niru’s words and singer Bhattarai’s voice - ‘Korera Mitha Bhavharu’

What else is a song apart from the food for the soul? Isnt it a poem versed well with harmonizing music? It indeed is that, and much more for the words and the music may fall on the ears but it touches the heart. Just like that a very articulate journalist Niru Tripathi, known by her pen name Dev Lalita and a young talented singer Nishan Bhattara (Nepal Idol 2017 runners up) have come together ...


North Korea's cheer squad, sports officials arrive in South Korea

A group of 280 North Koreans arrived in South Korea on Wednesday, one of the largest peacetime crossings of the inter-Korean border, to spur on athletes from the two Koreas at the Winter Olympics starting Friday. The delegation, made up mostly of a 229-member cheer squad, reached a border checkpoint by bus at around 0030 GMT, Seouls Unification Ministry said. In addition to the cheering squa...


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