India “open to engaging with Nepal on basis on mutual sensitive and respect”

-Reporters' Club Nepal

India is open to engaging with Nepal on the basis of mutual sensitivity and mutual respect in an environment of trust and confidence to resolve

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Barsa Raut controversy
‘I didn’t support India’—Barsa corrects her words after controversial interview

Actress Barsa Raut admitted it was her “wrong choice of vocabulary” that brought her to a huge controversy and explained she neither meant to support India nor offend the journalists

Oli-Dahal agreement
Party will not ask Prime Minister’s resignation, says Khanal

When asked if the party will ask for the prime minister’s resignation, Khanal said, “No, we won’t ask for his resignation.”

controversial ordinances related to political parties and constitutional council
Govt withdraws both ordinances

Following the pressure from both the ruling and opposition parties, the government has decided to withdraw the controversial ordinances related to Political Parties and Constitutional Council.

Lockdown, coronavirus
Lockdown not for govt but for people: PM Oli

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has assured that no one would die of hunger and for lack of treatment in the country. Against this backdrop, RSS Editor-In-Chief Shyam Rimal and

COVID-19, Quarantine App
Nepal can prevent second round of COVID-19 infection through Quarantine App

No, all Nepal government will have to do is place an order for all flight companies to develop this "Quarantine App and RDT kit test report to travelers right before

No COVID-19 infections in Nepal, says Health Secretary

Nepal has no cases of coronavirus infection, said Secretary at the Ministry of Health and Population Yadav Prasad Koirala.

Astha Raut case
Police will “arrest Astha Raut if she refuses to cooperate” (Video)

“We have not yet concluded that Raut’s behavior toward Shrestha was a form of misconduct. But, to further the investigation and arrive at a conclusion

Ram Narayan Bidari
Agni Sapkota is not a murder convict: Ram Narayan Bidari

Bidari laughed off the criticisms saying the so-called civil society get impatient when they don’t find a mess going anywhere.

Speaker Row
A political party cannot instruct a deputy speaker to resign: Tumbahamphe

She also ruled out the reports that the prime minister has promised her the position of law minister if she steps down as deputy speaker.