PM’s three-point roadmap for forging consensus with Madhesi leaders

KATHMANDU, Feb 20: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said he will announce local poll date after reaching an agreement with Madhesi leaders and for that he has already prepared three-point roadmap for forging consensus with Madhes-based parties. According to him, these Three-points road map are,

  • A cabinet meeting on Monday to decide the number of local units in federal structure.
  • Then, a decision will be taken on constitution amendment bill in the parliament
  • Thirdly, an agreement will be reached with the Madhesi Front to resolve the issues of federal structures by forming a new federal commission based on past agreements.

  • Election is the only basis of democracy: Rishi Dhamala

    KATHMANDU, Feb 18: Reporters's Club Nepal's President Rishi Dhamala today said since election is the only basis of democracy, we should not dillydally on taking the nation into the path of election. Addressing the chess tournament 2073 organized on the occasion of 67th Democracy day presided by the tournament's president and coordinator Kedar Chadkuli at Bhrikutimandap today, he noted the indis यो [...]

  • There is no alternative to election: CPN (Maoist Center)

    KATHMNDU, Feb 17: The CPN (Maoist Centre) has urged the government to make entire preparations to hold election reaching to a conclusion that there was no alternative to local level election. A meeting of the CPN-MC held at Prime Minister's residence in Baluwatar on Thursday called on the government to announce local level election date and prepare necessary environment for the same. Noting यो [...]

  • How Valentine’s Day began?:The real story, facts and history behind Valentine’s Day

    Feb 10: Many of us associate Valentine's Day- 'the most romantic day of the year' with flowers and cards, but what's the real reason we celebrate? HOW DID VALENTINE'S DAY BEGIN? Many of us use this day as an opportunity to show affection for our loved ones with cards, flowers or chocolates. But why exactly do we celebrate Valentine's Day and why does it fall on February 14? Well, Valen यो [...]

  • Dreams come true at a price: How ambitious are you?

    DIL KUMAR ALE MAGAR KATHMANDU, Feb 6: When I remember my childhood, I immodestly argue with my friends and colleagues that my early ages were as playful and as imaginary as those girls in ‘Little Women’ except that I am a male. We used to roam wild and free, and always sticking around the pack: those were the carefree days- totally unaware and ignorant of even a little practicality of household यो [...]

  • Mahantha Thakur insists their demands be met first or they won’t participate in election

    KATHMANDU, Feb 5: Influential leader of Madhesi Morcha and Terai-Madhes Lokantratik Party Chairman Mahantha Thakur has made clear that Madhesi Morcha will not participate in election unless the government passes the tabled amendment bill in the parliament. During an interaction program organized by the Reporters' Club Nepal presided by senior journalist and Club's President Rishi Dhamal at Bhri यो [...]

  • The govt is exhibiting double standard: KP Oli

    JHAPA, Feb 3: CPN-UML Chairman and former Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has accused the government of wasting time instead of making preparations to hold the elections on time. While addressing the second full meeting of cadres of UML Constituency -1 in Jhapa, today he said, "The government has no intention of holding elections." He added,""The government says  it is set for elections. On the यो [...]

  • NC top leaders show readiness for all three level election

    KATHMANDU, Feb 3:The top leaders of Nepali Congress have shown their readiness for election of all three levels arguing election as the only tool for implementation of constitution and institutionalizing democracy. NC President Sher Bahadur Deuba, while addressing a two-day meeting of NC close Nepal Trade Union's national council meeting today, instructed all cadres to be ready for the election यो [...]

  • India govt steep hikes grant for Nepal

    KATHMANDU, Feb 2: Government of India has steep hiked the grant it has been giving Nepal indicating greater zeal in helping with developmental works of South Asian countries. The Indian government has allocated Rs 3.75 billion IC for the fiscal year 2017/18 which is about 55 million more compared to fiscal year 2016/17 when the grant allotment to Nepal was Rs 3.20 billion IC. The allotment w यो [...]

  • ‘Poverty Alleviation Fund under PM’s control’- not helping national progress

    KATHMANDU, Feb 2: Minister for Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation Hridaya Ram Thani today said that the poverty alleviation fund must not be under the control of Prime Minister. During a face to face interaction program organized by the Reporters' Club Nepal presided by the Club's President and senior journalist Rishi Dhamala, today at Bhirkutimandap, he urged the fund be brought to Poverty A यो [...]


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