Army man found dead

BHAKTAPUR: A Nepal Army personnel was found dead at Nagarkot VDC-1, Muhanpokhari this morning. The deceased was identified as Dinesh Ranabhat, 24, a service man in the Nepal Army . Other identities of the deceased have not been ascertained. He was serving at Khariparti Barrack. He was found with deep injuries on his head. The cause behind the death has not been revealed so far, said Metropolitan Police Bhaktapur .

  • 14 fringe ruling allies oppose CJ-led government

    KATHMANDU: 14 fringe parties of the ruling coalition government have deserted the coalition to oppose the the decision to form consensus government in the leadership of incumbent Chief Justice. A meeting of fringe parties held at Nepal Sadbhavana party's office in the capital on Saturday decided to oppose the CJ-led government formation and decided that the consensus government should be formed यो [...]

  • NC top leaders not allowed taking decision on CJ-led government

    KATHMANDU: Nepali Congress general secretary Prakash Man Singh has said that party's top three top leaders—President Sushil Koirala, Vice-president Ram Chandra Poudel and senior leader Sher Bahadur Deuba—has not rights to take any political decision by going against the theory of power separation. Earlier, despite heavy debate the party's central committee meeting, three top leaders of the NC w यो [...]

  • Prez endorses crime control ordinance

    KATHMANDU: President Dr Ram Baran Yadav today endorsed the Anti-organized Crime Control Ordinance. After the endorsement of the ordinance, Nepal would not be blacklisted for its failure to make laws to curb the organized crime control. Earlier, the President Office had kept the ordinance saying that no ordinance would be endorsed sans political consensus. The President’s Office said that the ordin यो [...]

  • CJ-led government by tomorrow: Gachhadar

    KATHMANDU: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs Bijay Kumar Gachhadar has said that formation of the CJ-led election government is almost sure. “The CJ-led government will be formed by tomorrow. He should not resign from the CJ,” Gachhadar said while inaugurating an interaction program organized by Reporters Club, Rautahat chapter. “Everything has been settled. The top leaders यो [...]

  • Two dead, 20 injured after vehicle carrying marriage participants meets accident

    KATHMANDU: Two persons died and 20 others including groom Pravin Pariyar were injured in a mini-truck accident carrying participants of a wedding ceremony in Kavre district this morning. The deceased are Jagdish Nepali of Mechchhe VDC  and Kanchha Bhujel of Kanpur VDC. Condition of six injured in learnt to have critical. According to the police, the injured are receiving treatment in Dhulikh यो [...]

  • Strike cripples life in Gulmi

    GULMI: Normal life in Gulmi district has been crippled today due to a strike called by the locals against the police highhandedness in a demonstrations staged on Wednesday. The locals also staged protests against excessive power cuts. Transportation to and from the district and markets have closed.  Major markets in the district including Tamgash, Ruru, Dhurkot and others have closed and the st यो [...]

  • Rally against VAW in capital

    KATHMANDU: Thousands gathered on the streets on Thursday in the capital calling to end violence against women. Under the "One Billion Rising Campaign", rights activists including women and men participated in a rally from Baluwatar to Shantibatika carrying placards with the slogan that VAW should be ended from the society. The campaign is launched in different countries of the world today to ex यो [...]

  • Student warn to agitate unless price hikes in LPG pulled back

    KATHMANDU: Nepal's student organisations have warned to agitate unless the government rolls back hikes made in the prices of cooking gas. Students organisations affiliated to various political parties took to streets on Wednesday after the government increased the prices in cooking gas. Speaking at a program organised by the Reporters Club Nepal in the capital, leaders associated with variou यो [...]

  • Prez consults bigwigs of major parties

    KATHMANDU: Following the political wrangling over the formation of the new government under the leadership of the sitting Chief Justice or independent figure, the President has started separate parleys with the bigwigs of major political parties to encourage them to immediately end the protracted deadlock by announcing the fresh date for CA elections. President Dr Ram Baran Yadav held discussio यो [...]

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