Kathmandu, 3 June : Eight lawmakers of the main opposition party in the parliament Nepali Congress (NC) have re-registered a constitution amendment bill that had failed ratification earlier.
Kathmandu, 2 June : Spokesperson of Nepal Communist Party and member of National Assembly urges Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to correct himself taking blessing of Pashupatinath.
Kathmandu, 2 June : Reiterating their long-standing call for amending the country's constitution, RJP-Nepal and Socialist Party Nepal have jointly registered a constitution amendment bill at the Parliament Secretariat.
Kathmandu, 31 May : Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Shivamaya Tumbahangphe has tabled the bill for discussions at parliament in a bid to amend Nepal's constitution to update the country’s map.
Kathmandu, 29 May : The government has increased the budget for the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Ministry of Defense to bolster the internal and border security.
Kathmandu, 29 May : Nepali Congress (NC), the main opposition party, on Thursday made its position clear about voting in favor of a constitution amendment proposal registered in the Federal Parliament.
Janakpurdham, 28 May : Chief Minister of Provonce 2 government Lalbabu Raut handed over medical goods and cheque to the Narayani Sub-regional Hospital Birgunj.
Kathmandu, 27 May : Janata Samajbadi Party has demanded to include their demands in regards to amendment of the Constitution. The leaders of the party said that it would further consolidate national consensus.
Kathmandu, 25 May : The Ministry of Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation sent a circular to all local bodies and the government offices to bring the newly issued updated map of the country in use.
Kathmandu, 25 May : Main opposition Nepali Congress has seconded the Constitution amendment proposal tabled by the government.
Kathmandu, 24 May : Janata Samajwadi Party-Nepal leaders today met Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba and urged him to support their demands for constitution amendment to...
Kathmandu, 22 May : As per the decision of the meeting of Council of Ministers held earlier today, the constitution amendment bill has been registered in the parliament.
Kathmandu, 22 May : Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence Ishwor Pokhrel said that the 'Satyamewa Jayate', i.e. Truth shall prevail.
Kathmandu, 20 May : The government has released the revised political and administrative map of Nepal that incorporates Limpiyadhura, Lipu Lekh and Kalapani, the territories encroached by India.
Kathmandu, 19 May : Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that Kalapani, Lipu Lekh and Limpiyadhura is Nepal's land and vowed to take back the encroached Nepali territory from India by solving the border issue.
Kathmandu, 18 May : The Parliamentary Committee has asked the government to defy Indian army Chief Manoj Narvane’s statement on Kalapani.
Kathmandu, 18 May : Leader of Opposition Sher Bahadur Deuba told the House of Representatives that the government did not have any idea about the magnitude of loss that the country would suffer due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Kathmandu, 17 May : The government has announced to issue a new map of Nepal including Limpiyadhura, Lipu Lekh and Kalapani areas.
Kathmandu, 17 May : Nepal Police have completed the primary investigation on lawmaker Dr. Surendra Yadav’s ‘kidnapping’ allegation.
Kathmandu, 15 May : The government presented its annual policies and programs in the federal parliament on Friday.
Kathmandu, 13 May : The Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA) has given permission to deploy a 25-member team led by Armed Police Force (APF) Inspector Lili Bahadur Chand to Byas Rural Municiaplituy-1, Chhangru.
Kathmandu, 12 May : Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali has said that Nepal wants boundary talks with India immediately and that it cannot wait for the Covid crisis to be over for the same.
Kathmandu, 12 May : The Samajwadi Party has urged the Nepali and Indian governments to immediately hold bilateral dialogue to resolve the border disputes between the two countries.
Kathmandu, 11 May : Foreign Affairs Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali said that the border dispute between Nepal and India should be settled on the basis of Sugauli Treaty, historical documents and other evidences.