Page last updated at 2015-03-06 22:14:36 RSS
Ruling Camp For Wasting No More Time
Oppn to focus on settling contentious issues in consensus

KATHMANDU, March 7: As the ruling and opposition parties plan to hold talks on Saturday after a deadlock of 45 days, the two sides are preparing to push for their respective agendas during negotiations.

Leaders from the ruling parties said they are for making efforts for settling key contentious issues in consensus but would oppose any proposal aimed at wasting time on the pretext of forging consensus.
´Opponent Ready To Promulgate Constitution On May 29´
PARBAT, March 6: Former Prime Minister and CPN (UML) leader Madhav Kumar Nepal has claimed that the opposition parties including the UCPN (Maoist) have agreed to bring the new constitution by May 29.

Inaugurating the Seventh Western Regional Women Festival organized by Radio Didibahini here Friday, leader Nepal claimed the new constitution would be promulgated by May 29 even by finding new alternative options in the disputed issues of new constitution.
SC Issues Show Cause Notice To Govt On Tamakoshi Share Distribution
KATHMANDU, March 6: The Supreme Court (SC) on Friday issued a show cause notice to the government seeking reasons as to why the residents of Ramechap district were excluded from the Upper Tamakoshi Hydro Power Project´s share distribution.

A single bench of Justice Girish Chand Lal issued the notice calling for submission with preferential rights and summoning both the sides to be present on March 17 to discuss whether or not to issue an interim order over the issue.
UCPN-Maoist Objects The TIA Obstruction
KATHMANDU, March 6: The CPN-Maoist has objected to the disruption of services at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) for the past three days.

The party alerted the government to adopt ´scientific and concrete´ measures to resolve the problem, citing the domestic and foreign passengers have been facing trouble and inconveniences as it failed to take initiative for resolving the problem in time.
Peace, Truth And Non-violence Are Present Need Of Country: PM Koirala
KATHMANDU, March 6: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has urged the Buddhists to spread the message of peace, truth and non-violence, stating the country needed these ideals at present.

The Prime Minister expressed this view in a meeting with the office-bearers of the Buddhist Philosophy Promotion and Monastery Development Committee and the Buddhist religious leaders who had reached his residence in Baluwatar today to meet him after a visit to the famous Buddhist pilgrimage sites.
More Headlines:
  • PM, UCPN (M) chair meet, ´meaningful´ talks on Saturday
  • OHCHR commends SC verdict on TRC, CIED
  • Opposition alliance ready for formal talks
  • Govt ignores administrative panel´s recommendation
  • New grand design in making: Nepal
  • UN rights commissioner welcomes new transitional justice mechanisms
  • Chief secy stresses on plugging legal loopholes
  • 30-party alliance struggle creates space for monarchy maneuvering: Nepal
  • CPN-Maoist accuses Bhattarai of inviting foreign interference
  • Big party honchos start talks to resume statute drafting
  • More Headlines»  



    Parties in government run parallel governments


    Delusion of governance


    Acid victim Sangita wants the attacker to go through same ordeal


    Living a life of second-class citizen


    Okharpauwa locals obstruct garbage dumping



    Indian aircraft arriving Nepal to remove Turkish airbus


    Turkish Airlines aircraft skids at TIA runway


    Court slaps 7-year jail term on Canadian pedophile


    The Dogman of Bhaktapur


    All international flights at TIA cancelled till 4 pm tomorrow


    Low 9oC
    High 26oC
    Sunrise 6:22 am
    Sunset 6:06 pm


      Daily News
      Photo Gallery