Reporters’ Club Events

RJPN not ready to join govt despite two-point deal: Rajendra Mahato

-Dil Kumar Ale Magar
Ishwar and Rajendra Mahato

However, Mahato hinted at possibilities of dialogues with the ruling party, eight months after it withdrew its support given to the government citing the ruling

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Parliamentary Committee functioning hindered GoN in slumber: Laxman Lal Karna

Reporters Club Event: Senior Leader of the Rashtriya Janata Party Laxman Lal Karna and the President of the Parliamentary Hearing Committee laid emphasis on the importance of resuming the work

13 South Asian Games winner prize
Swimmer Gaurika will receive around 59 lakh rupees, clarifies Silwal

Nationals Sports Council Member Secretary Ramesh Kumar Silwal has clarified that the athletes who won two or more than two gold medals in the recently concluded 13th South Asian Games

Constitutional right to stake claim for the Speaker the House: Former Minister Joshi

REPORTERS CLUB EVENT: Congress Party (NC) Nabindra Raj Joshi said that “Nepali Congress will claim for the position of the Speaker of the House as it is a matter of

NC allegations baseless, we are working toward curbing corruption: Former DPM Rayamajhi

Reporters Club Event: Former Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) and central committee member of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Top Bahadur Rayamajhi has dismissed allegations made by the main opposition

NCP has implemented the constitution and further strengthened the Republic: Former Minister Pokharel

Reporters Club Event: “We made a constitution after the revolution, and there were many challenges ahead of us,” said former Minister and central committee member of the ruling Nepal Communist

Public mandate for the ruling party has declined, NC will rise: Former Minister Saud

REPORTERS CLUB EVENT: “Public mandate is not with the government, it has decreased,” said former Minister and senior leader of the main opposition Nepali Congress party (NC) Narayan Prakash Saud.

People aligned in grassroots to vote out Madhes based parties: HoR Chaudhary

Reporters Club Event: “This by-election happened with absolute fairness, and there is no evidence of tampering or corruption. The Election Commission (EC) has worked hard, and I would like to

Signature campaign to begin for Nepal to be declared as a Hindu Nation

Reporters Club Event: “If we look at the political aspect PM Oli has been successful, but if we look at development and administration he has failed,” said Former Minister and

Government needs to play a supporting role, necessary for NTB to be a ‘good partner’ with media: American journalist Noel

Reporters Club Event: “Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) must make sure that they are a good partner with journalists, and be a strong ally,” said freelance professional journalist and the founder