In conversation with… Bonneau, who left everything to empower Nepali women

Michelle Bonneau

In order to finance this trip and her stay in Nepal, she sold her home and most of her belongings, packed a suitcase, and left

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Hunger strike won’t solve Dr KC’s problems: PM’s press advisor Aryal

The government recently registered the National Medical Education Bill, modifying it in favor of its (Nepal Communist Party’s) leaders and cadres. The government also held Vice Chancellor of Nepal Sanskrit

Ask Nepal govt when Indian railway will come to Nepal: Koshiyari

Bhagat Singh Koshiyari, India coordinator of Eminent Persons Group (EPG), said that the EPG group prepared the joint report in consensus aiming to resolve the bilateral problems between Nepal and

Nepal-China relation extraordinary and unprecedented: PM Oli

This is extraordinary, this is unprecedented. The agreement and joint statement of 2016 were extraordinary. The present one has further advanced the same. This is incredible.

Maoist War laid foundation for Federal Democratic Republic Nepal: Prachanda

We chose the path of rebellion in the beginning because we thought only the uprising could establish change. But, when we realized that it could be counterproductive to stretch the

Govt spent honeymoon period in confusion, says Khand

The main opposition party Nepali Congress chief whip Bal Krishna Khand has said that the K P Sharma Oli-led government has spent its first 100 days in confusion and uncertainty.

constitution amendment, RJPN-Samajbadi unification
RJPN ready to join govt if constitution amendment assured: Yadav

The chances of Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJPN), the fourth largest party in the federal parliament, joining the government are becoming uncertain due to lack of concrete assurance over constitution

FSFN’s Yadav says, the ‘rubbish’ constitution must be revised or will be scrapped

Even though various reports suggested that Federal Socialist Forum Nepal is certain to join the Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli-led government, the party backed off citing the government lacked

Province govts lack mechanisms required to function: Chief Minister Lal Babu Raut

Lal Babu Raut, Chief Minister of Province 2, has said that the government of all seven provinces lack proper mechanisms required, due to which the province administrations have not been

FSFN ready to join Oli-led government: Upendra Yadav

No any formal discussions with any parties have taken place in this regard. I have no idea what is on UML's mind. But, it will be wrong to exclude Maoist