Newly elected reps struggle to make good on their promise
Having won the elections to the federal parliament and provincial assemblies on the agenda—making their districts capital of Province 1, the newly-elected members of Parliament and state legislatures are facing difficulties to fulfil their promise.
Sunsari-Morang factories suffer over Rs15b losses
Factories located on the Morang-Sunsari Corridor have suffered losses totalling Rs15.95 billion during the past 105 days due to production disruptions caused by the Tarai agitation
UML MP Golchha refuses to resign
CPN-UML lawmaker Rajya Laxmi Golchha has claimed that she was asked by the party leadership to quit from Parliament for being a daughter of Indian parents.
Prolonged protests trouble Morang folk
Madhav Adhikari, a shopkeeper at Himalayan Road in Biratnagar, pulls the shutters at his store down as soon as he sees protesters on the street.
Demand for single Madhes province obsolete: Experts
The once-popular demand for “one Madhes, one Pradesh” which ignited the Madhes Aandolan of 2007 has become obsolete in Nepal, experts said.
Parties seek cash for volunteers
Several political parties in Morang have started seeking donations from the local business community for mobilising their cadres as volunteers in areas across the country.
CIAA drops probe into betel nut shipment
A consignment of 421 tonnes of betel nuts seized by the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) on suspicion of being illegally exported have been cleared for shipment