Nepalese Voice Logo
PTE Course Melbourne
Gurkhas Brunswick
Search Result for "Deuba"

New Delhi wants rail links with Kathmandu

Bhagat Singh Koshiyari, India coordinator of the Eminent Persons Group, has said New Delhi wants rail links with Kathmandu. There is discussion going on in Delhi over railway connection between the two capitals, said Koshiyari, a leader of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, expressing his hope that Nepal-India relations will further deepen in the coming days. The former BJP vice-chairman sai...


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...


The Congress Spectacle: Deuba offered a pair of glasses by NSU

Nepali Congresss student union, Nepal Student Unions (NSU) cadres created a spectacle outside the party office in Sanepa. In the spectacle, they gifted a spectacle - a symbol of the partys blindness towards factionalism to Sher Bahadur Deuba. Deuba did not accept the gift. Students and leaders affiliated to the student wing reached the party office at around 9 am on Sunday morning and staged a ...


Govt bars officials from foreign visits until further notice

The government has barred all government officials from foreign visits. Issuing a notice on Thursday, the Office of Prime Minister and Council of Minister (OPMCM) has ordered the concerned ministries and departments to bar all the civil servants from abroad visit until further notice. The OPMCM has even barred all approved pre-scheduled abroad visits of the civil servants. The notice from th...


Race for Parliamentary Party leader’s post has begun in Nepali Congress

The race for Parliamentary Party leaders post has begun in Nepali Congress following the call for the first session of federal parliament. Former Prime Minister and Party President Sher Bahadur Deuba is the front-runner in this race. General Secretary Shashank Koirala and leader Prakash Man Singh too are eying the post. With multiple leaders claiming partys top parliamentary position, leaders h...


Prakash Man Singh to challenge Deuba's bid for parliamentary leader

With preparations underway to elect parliamentary party (PP) leader following the parliamentary polls, leaders belonging to rival factions within the Nepali Congress (NC) have decided to challenge party President Sher Bahadur Deubas bid to get elected as PP leader for the second time. A section of leaders within the party, including former general secretary and lawmaker from Kathmandu- 1 Praka...


NEPSE gains 33.92 points since the appointment of PM KP Oli
Source: NV

NEPSE gains 33.92 points since the appointment of PM KP Oli

NEPSE gains 33.92 points since the appointment of PM K P Oli. Investors speculation over the formation of a new government and hesitation towards investment has seemed to diminish as the share market picked up some growth points with the resignation of Ex PM Deuba and the appointment of Nepals new PM - K P Sharma Oli. ...


Oli appointed as 41st PM of Nepal

KP Sharma Oli, chairperson of CPN-UML and a common candidate of the Left Alliance has been appointed as the countrys 41st prime minister. President Bidhya Devi Bhandari appointed Oli as the prime minister under Clause 76 (2). Chair Oli was elected as Prime Minister in a parliamentary vote on 11 October 2015, receiving 338 votes out of 597. Olis PM candidacy was supported by the UCPN-Mao...


PM Deuba announces resignation

Over two months are facing debacle in recently held elections of the Central Parliament and Provincial Assemblies, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba finally resigned as the executive head opening door for the left alliance to form the new government. Deuba was elected as the 40th PM on June 6 with the support from CPN (Maoist Centre) which is now a part of left alliance and opting for merger wi...


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...


Right side one
Right Side Two
Right Side Three
PTE Course Melbourne
RSA Course
Before Footer