As the January 22 deadline for the new constitution draws ever closer, the ruling parties and the opposition have yet to reach consensus on contentious issues of the constitution
On the occasion of International Human Rights Day last week, the Asian Human Rights Commission issued a damning statement warning that Nepal was “turning into a police state”
On Wednesday, the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee presented a report in Parliament, which revealed that Rs 550 million had been embezzled
The 18th Saarc Summit was held last week with much pomp and ceremony.
After much debate on the theme, worry about completing preparations in time and the controversies surrounding the Indian PM Narendra Modi’s now cancelled visit to Janakpur
Kathmandu has recently seen a flurry of activity concerning investment and development in infrastructure, especially Nepal’s abundant hydropower.
Adivasi Janajati Rastriya Andolan, a loose coalition of 53 indigenous groups, last Sunday, launched a nationwide campaign for single identity-based federalism.
The fourth consecutive deadline for the political parties to reach consensus on contentious issues of the new constitution expired on Saturday with little to show.
Preparations for the 18th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) Summit, to be held in Kathmandu on November 22-27, are well under way.
Now that the third extended deadline for parties to forge consensus on disputed issues in the new constitution has passed, parties have again agreed to reach consensus by the end of October.
The opposition is wary of a vote, given that the ruling parties-the Nepali Congress (NC) and the CPN-UML-command a near two-thirds majority in the House.
Yesterday, organisations working on women’s issues from all over Nepal came together here in Kathmandu to mark the launch of One Billion Rising Revolution
The Nepal Citizenship Act 2006 gave a Nepali mother a right to confer citizenship to her children by descent
Earlier this year, in June, Law Minister Narahari Acharya presented a draft bill on contempt of court to the Legislature-Parliament