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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....


FSFN leaders in negotiation with the left alliance

The Madhes-based parties will join the government if Prime Minister KP Sharma Olis government agreed to form a federal commission to redraw the provincial boundaries, leaders of the Tarai-centric parties said on Sunday. Their remarks come at a time when PM Oli and his team are exploring the possibility of bringing the Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJPN) and Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) o...


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...


Oli, Dahal agree on 18 ministries in federal Nepal

Prime Minister and chairperson of CPN UML, KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal, chair CPN (Maoist Center) have agreed to form the government with 18 ministries. According to the countrys constitution, a government can form 25 ministries. While Dahal-Olis agreement is below the constitutional provisions, it nonetheless is more than what the previous Ministry of General Administration had recomm...


Oli sworn in as 41st PM of Nepal, Indian Ambassador reaches Oli's residence to congratulate him

CPN - UML Chairman K P Sharma Oli has been sworn in as the 41st Prime Minister of Nepal. The Indian Ambassador to Nepal Manjeev Singh Puri reaches PM Olis residence to congratulate the new PM and presents him a congratulatory letter from Indian PM Narendra Modi. Modi himself called PM Oli and congratulated him last night. PM Oli has also received a call from Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqia...


Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj visits Nepal's top political leaders (Update)

Sushma Swaraj, Indias External Affairs Minister is paying a two day visit to Kathmandu. Her visit comes just ahead of the formation of the new government - a leftist politics alliance with better attachments to China - speculations therefore are natural. The Indian government has strained its relationship with Nepal, especially with the 2015 unofficial blockade which crippled the nations economy a...


Leftist Alliance will garner two-third majority in elections says Oli
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Leftist Alliance will garner two-third majority in elections says Oli

The CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli has asserted that the leftist alliance would secure two-third majority in the upcoming elections slated for November 26 and December 7. Addressing a election rally organised by the Leftist Alliance at a Buspark in Chitwan on Tuesday, Oli said that people will cast their votes for the leftist alliance to strive the nation towards economic prosperity. Leftist...


Oli stresses on change–oriented activity for saving country
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Oli stresses on change–oriented activity for saving country

CPN (UML) Chairman, KP Sharma Oli, today stressed on need to become change-oriented rather than being publicity driven for saving the country. Inaugurating the 12th General Assembly of Child Nepal, a non-government organisation working on child rights, former PM Oli said people from all walks of life should join hands for building the country. He urged all to work for change rather than being ...


Keep nat’l interest in mind during India visit: Ex-PMs to Dahal
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Keep nat’l interest in mind during India visit: Ex-PMs to Dahal

Former Prime Ministers on Tuesday suggested to Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal not to forget national interest during his imminent India visit. Dahal held a meeting with the former prime ministers of Nepal to garner advice on his upcoming India visit at his official residence in Baluwatar today. In the meeting former prime ministers advised PM Dahal to expedite the bilateral ties and past...


Construction of house that flagged off govt's reconstruction program stalls

Sarbay Tamang of Chautara-3 in Sindhupalchowk, an earthquake victim, was quite elated when the then Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli laid the foundation stone of her house and handed her the letter of agreement, formally declaring the commencement of reconstruction of houses damaged by the earthquakes last year. It didnt take long for workers to erect the pillars and for a while the reconstruction ...


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