Poll body fears delay in new law's passage may block reform
The draft bill has been at the Home Ministry for more than two months which shows that it is reluctant to expedite discussions on the bill that takes years to get through both Houses of the Federal Parliament.
Former Speaker Nembang cremated with state honours
The 70-year-old CPN-UML vice-chair died in the wee hours Tuesday from cardiac arrest.
Socialist Front wants Koshi name changed
Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal draws flak for encouraging street protests.
Party leaders stress balanced relations as PM set for China visit
Dahal will address the UNGA on Sept 21 and fly to China.
Test for ex-Maoists as CPN-UML elects provincial leaders
Purna Budha Magar is senior-most ex-Maoist among his comrades to be elected to Lumbini provincial committee.
Ruling parties reignite MCC dispute
Leftist parties doubt whether the US has endorsed 12-point interpretation of MCC pact.
National Assembly instructs government to make crucial laws
Only 111 laws out of 151 needed to implement the federal constitution have been enacted so far.
JSP leaders see Gaur probe talk as tactic to rein in party
If the government reopens Gaur files, ‘Dahal will be digging his own grave,’ warns a Janata Samajbadi Party leader.
UML leaders in tug of war as Lumbini convention kicks off
The provincial election is seen as show of strength for future leadership.
Parties discuss setting up special panel for implementing federalism
Measures suggested by several committees and studies in the past for streamlining federal administration have yet to be adopted fully.
Do provincial officials really need lavish abodes in the federal capital?
Earlier this week, the prime minister unveiled seven buildings for chief ministers and province heads in Lalitpur.
PM painting rosy picture while public frustration grows
The government is trying to show a tough stance against corruption, but lawmakers question Dahal’s intent.
Supreme Court launches automation system for case management
Despite some drawbacks, the system is expected to clear service seekers’ doubts about the judiciary’s intention.
Coalition offers House panel chair to RPP eyeing support in Koshi Province
Rastriya Prajatantra Party leaders, however, reckon they deserve to lead a committee based on their own strength.
Former Maoists in UML are a frustrated lot
Many of them have gradually faded into the background, and say they are in a wait-and-see mode.