Reporters’ Club Events

Collusiveness and betrayal on the part of the government: Medical Education struggle to intensify

-Reporter Nepal

REPORTERS CLUB EVENT: “The agreement made between the government and private medical college operators is invalid and unacceptable,” said members of the Medical Education Struggle

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Take heed of Mass Communication Bill, practice ethical journalism: Surya Thapa Press Adviser to the PM

REPORTERS CLUB EVENT: “The new mass communication bill of 2019 is designed to protect personal liberty and interests and I urge you to keep track of it,” said Prime Minister

Accountable ombudsman necessary mechanism to curb corruption: Former PM Dr. Bhattarai

DANG, Nov 28: Former Prime Minister and President of the Interim Council of the Samajwadi Party Nepal (Socialist Party of Nepal) Dr. Baburam Bhattarai said that “The Commission for Investigation

Self-reliant in agriculture, pro-farmer policies and end to black marketing: Minister Bhatta

Reporters Club Event: “I will make sure to put an end to black marketing, and work towards the growth of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) doubling our efforts,” said newly appointed

Plying commuters in private vehicles illegal, our livelihood at stake:Transport Workers Union

REPORTERS CLUB EVENT: The All Nepal Transport Workers Union Taxi Special District Committee and the Valley Taxi Entrepreneurs and Drivers Service Society has said that putting a stop to private

Save the Border Campaign releases political map: Disputed areas integral part of Nepal

REPORTERS CLUB EVENT: Members of the civil society of Nepal have released a new political map of Nepal as part of their “save the border” campaign. The new map shows

VISIT NEPAL 2020 will be a grand success, all preparations on the verge of completion: Minister Bhattarai

REPORTERS CLUB EVENT: “We are prepared and most of our work related to the Visit Nepal 2020 campaign is on the verge of completion” stated Minister of Culture, Tourism and

It’s time to end mafias, syndicates and capitalists: Former DPM Mainali

DANG: Chairman of the Former Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) and Chairman of the Nepal Communist Party Marxist (CPN-M) Chandra Prakash Mainali stated that his party stands for ”equality and inclusion”.

Dissatisfactory performance by NCP, border dispute resolution through a high-level mechanism: Former Minister Dr. Mahat

REPORTERS CLUB EVENT: “The border dispute is sensitive and a matter of national importance, we have to keep our national interests in the center while framing policies,” said Dr. Prakash

Government working for Prosperous Nepal Happy Nepali: Former Minister Pandey

Reporters Club Nepal: “The Kalapani border dispute is not new to our political scenario. The stationing of the army was back in the Panchayat era” said former Minister and Member