Reporters’ Club Events

Black marketers will be booked, says Minister Bhatta

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The government will book those who hoard the goods with the intention to sell them in the black market, said Minister for Industry, Commerce and

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Bidari backs NCP’s crumbling constitution amendment bid

However, the party’s bid of constitution amendment just to serve the interest of an individual politician or small portion of the party is in the brink collapse as two members

Baskota commission deal just an episode of govt’s institutionalized corruption: Mahat

Gokul Baskota’s Rs 700 million commission deal controversy is just an episode of the government’s institutionalized corruption, said Nepali Congress leader Prakash Saran Mahat.

Gajurel suspects PM Oli’s involvement in Security Press Scam

“Why did not Oli take any initiative to take action against Baskota even if he knew about the audio two months ago? What motivated him to neglect it?” questioned Gajurel,

Inter-school futsal PABSOK
Inter-school futsal on Feb 5-7

64 different schools based in the Kathmandu district will participate in the tournament, which will be played in the knockout format, said the PABSOK organizing a press meet at the

Visit Nepal Year 2020
Encourage Visit Nepal Year 2020: Lal Babu Pandit

Nepal Government has declared the year 2020 as the Visit Nepal Year with a target to achieve two million arrivals and daily spend of over $75.

RJPN-Samajbadi unification prospects
Joining Oli-government “not primary concern” for RJPN

RJPN leader Mahendra Raya Yadav has said joining the government led by Nepal Communist Party is not their primary concern.

Experts reassure adequate safety measures to contain Coronavirus in Nepal

REPORTERS CLUB EVENT: Several cases of pneumonia affected individuals of Wuhan City, in the province of Hubei in China towards the end of December. It was then that after repeated

Former PLA members surround former PM’s residence demand retribution

REPORTERS CLUB EVENT: Former Maoist combatant group the Delegated People’s Liberation Army Nepal (DPLAN) has asked for the immediate cancellation of their badges that were given to them. They have

NCP government intoxicated in power, need retrospection: Former Minister Rana

REPORTERS CLUB EVENT: Former Minister and Chairman of Rashtriya Prajatantra Party Samyukta ( National Democratic Party United) Pashupati Sumsher Rana said that the government has to reflect on its work