No reason to postpone elections: UML leader Rawal

KATHMANDU, March 20: CPN (UML) vice-chair Bhim Rawal said that there was no reason to postpone the local poll in pretext of any one party boycotting it. "The election can not be postponed or stopped in excuse of any party boycotting it," he said speaking during a face to face interaction program organized by the Reporters' Club Nepal presided by Club's president Rishi Dhamala today. In another note, leader Rawal said that the government should quit if the election was not held in the stipulated date. He condemned the vandalizing the office of local bodies set up as per new federal set up by Madhes-centric parties. Similarly, speakin in the program Nepali Congress leader Dr Ram Sharan Mahat opined for forwarding constitution amendment process and elections side by side. Leader Mahat further suggested holding local poll in previous set up if there was problem in new set up. He also urged the the government to create environment for Madhes-based parties to participate in the upcoming election.

  • Museum to be built in memory of Victoria Cross recipient Pun

    BENI, March 20: A museum honoring the recipient of the Victoria Cross and social worker late Tul Bahadur Pun will be built in his birthplace of Taplang in Begkhola, Myagdi. The museum will feature medals, uniform and clothes and other items chronicling his life and exploits in war as well as childhood days, his elder son, Arjun Tilija Pun said. The Pun family had recently donated a ropani of यो [...]

  • Missing soldier’s search continues in Narayani river

    RATNANAGAR, March 20: A whereabouts of Nepal Army soldier who disappeared after jumping into the Narayani river along with his girlfriend is still unknown. NA soldier, Saroj Pokharel, had jumped into the river with a woman at the Devghat stretch of the river in Bharatpur Metropolitan City – 1 on Saturday afternoon. The police were able to rescue the woman unharmed after being tipped off by t यो [...]

  • Two foreigners held for allegedly stealing money from ATM

    POKHARA, March 19: The Kaski District Police Office arrested two foreigners on charge of stealing money from banks ATMs on Saturday. Police nabbed Bulgarian national duo --Raman Dibhov and Martin Ristor -- while they were found using duplicate ATM cards to withdraw money from the Himalayan Bank Limited and Nabil Bank Limited in Lake Side, Pokhara, informed Disrict Police Spokesperson Khadga Bah यो [...]

  • Nepali Embassy organizes book exhibition in London

    KATHMANDU, March 18: The Embassy of Nepal in the UK has organized a literary festival and book exhibition program on the occasion of the bicentennial diplomatic ties between Nepal and the UK. As high as 3000 books published from Sajha Publication have been kept in the three-day-long event, it is said. Visiting the exhibition, former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs as CPN यो [...]

  • Rhododendron facing existential crisis in Ilam’s highlands

    ILAM, March 18: The national flower rhododendron is seemingly falling into the list of endangered species in Ilam highlands due to negligence and lack of proper conservation effort by the concerned authorities. Apart from being a jewel on nature's crest, rhododendron holds paramount significance from the perspective of cultural diversity as well. The open border, lack of awareness, open graz यो [...]

  • Constitution Amendment necessary to garner acceptance in constitution and meaningfulness in election: Laxman Lal Karna

    KATHMANDU, March 17: Sadbhawana Party Co-Chairman Laxman Lal Karna  said that constitution amendment was necessary to garner acceptance in constitution and meaningfulness in election. Speaking during an interaction program organized by the Reporters' Club Nepal today, he said, "The government is telling us that election cannot be stopped. May be election will take place on May 14. But we stand यो [...]

  • 44 students expelled from exams in Mahottari

    MAHOTTARI, March 17: Forty four students have been expelled from the examination for breaching examination conduct in Mahottari district in course of the ongoing Secondary Education Examinations that commenced throughout the country on Thursday. These many students were expelled while attending the exam of English paper yesterday. A monitoring team led by Chief District Officer Birendra Yadav o यो [...]

  • DPM Nidhi meets Indian Home Minister Singh, draws attention to Kanchanpur incident

    NEW DELHI, March 16: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs, Bimalendra Nidhi, who is presently on India visit this morning held a meeting with Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh. During the meeting took place at the North Block-based Indian Home Ministry, DPM Nidhi drew the attention of the Indian Home Minister towards the incident of the Indian Seema Suraksha Bal opening fire in यो [...]

  • Final hearing on IGP appointment case on March 19

    KATHMANDU, March 16: The Supreme Court has postponed the final hearing on the case relating to appointment of Inspector General of Police and rescheduled it for coming March 19. A joint bench comprising justices Ishwar Prasad Khatiwada and Tej Bahadur KC, today, issued a verdict that the final hearing on the case would be conducted by a Supreme Court full bench on coming Sunday bearing in mind यो [...]


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