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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...


PM Deuba likely to resign today

Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba is likely to resign from his post on Wednesday. A minister said Deubas decision comes after Election Commission prepared to hand over results of the House of Representatives elections to the President on Wednesday. Deuba had held discussions with party leaders and some ministers on Tuesday night. Sources said leaders and ministers during the discussion sugge...


Prez Bhandari attends Basanta Shrawan ritual

President Bidya Devi Bhandari attended the Basanta Shrawan ritual at the Hanumandhoka Durbar Square premises this morning. On the occasion, the President listened to a special melody, Basanta, at the auspicious hour of 11:17 am and received tika and prasad. The President was offered with the tika, garland and auspicious offerings by the Chief Priest at the Hanumandhoka Management Office, Dev R...


Govt fixes temporary state HQs, guvs

Amid dispute the government on Wednesday declared temporary headquarters of seven provinces and appointed provincial chiefs. The decision was not welcomed by the CPN-UML, who hinted that a new government under the left alliance would ring changes as per the constitutional mandate. A Cabinet meeting held at Baluwatar on Wednesday decided to make Biratnagar temporary headquarters of Province 1 wi...


Deuba urged to dissolve NC panels

Senior Nepali Congress leader Ram Chandra Poudel on Monday urged party President and Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba to dissolve the Parliamentary Board and the Central Executive Committee formed against the spirit of the party charter. Both the panels have more members than specified in the party charter. In a meeting called by Deuba at the PMs residence to discuss the upcoming Upper House e...


Cabinet meeting underway, expected to appoint Province chief

The meeting of the cabinet is underway at Office of Prime Minister and Council of Ministers, Singh Durbar. The government is expected to appoint Province Chief for all seven provinces, according to Govinda Pariyar Press Secretay of Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba. Due to the public holiday on Thursday, PM Deuba had called the cabinet meeting on Friday. ...


Maoist Centre decides to quit govt

Almost three months after Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba stripped CPN (Maoist Centre) ministers of their responsibilities protesting the partys electoral alliance with the CPN-UML, the third largest party has decided to quit the government. According to a decision announced on Thursday, the party will notify PM Deuba about recalling of the ministers without portfolio on Friday. Chairman P...


UML’s Rawal and Law Minister Thapa wrestle the issue

UML Vice-chairman Bhim Rawal has accused the government of avoiding the responsibility of fixing temporary capitals for seven provinces. The government apparently feels threatened by the protests in different parts of the country and avoiding its responsibility, he said during an interaction in the Capital on Sunday. Rawal claimed that Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba was shying away fro...


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