Reporters’ Club Events

Dual Citizenship a necessity for NRN’s, crucial issue for 9th General Convention

-Reporter Nepal

Reporters Club: The Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) is all geared to conduct its9th general convention in the capital. Non Residential Nepalese (NRN) from all over

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Address legitimate demands made by Medical students: Dr. Raman

Reporters Club: The General Secretary of the Democratic Movement Front for Nepal Dr. Chandan Raman stated “the fees that were levied by the government should be applied with honesty by

Health and Education in the hands of mafias: Senior Advocate Tripathi

Reporters Club: Senior Advocate Dr. Dinesh Tripathi has said that the health and education sector of Nepal is in the hands of the mafia. This immensely strong opinion was given

Government busy in corruption, total neglect of Health sector

Reporters Club: President of Nepal’s Medical Association Dr. Mukti Ram Shrestha stated that “health education is deteriorating and it is a matter of grave concern”. He said that for the

Allegation of Rape, and constitutional provisions: Ramifications of the Mahara-Shahi case

Reporters Club: The recent allegation of rape and abuse to Ms. Roshani Shahi a government employee by former Speaker of the House of Representatives and Senior Leader of the ruling

Pretermitted delivery, wife critical newborn dies: Gross negligence at maternity hospital

Reporters Club: Dhading Galcchi Ward no 4 resident Amar Pariyar has alleged that due to the gross negligence of the Director Dr. Jogeshwor Gautam, at the Thapathali based maternity hospital

No shortage of Meat for ongoing festival assures Minister Khanal

Kathmandu Sept 30: The Minister for Agriculture and Livestock Development Chakrapani Khanal stated that “there would be no shortage of meat in the country during the ongoing festival season”. Speaking

Frustrated with dictatorship and authoritarianism members of Bishnu VDC approach media

Reporters Club: Chairman and several senior members of the Village Development Committee of Bishnu, Sarlahi has come to the Capital in order to have their grievance addressed. The team is

Private Medical colleges opt to shut down: Impasse between students, administration and the government

Reporters Club:  The current impasse between medical students, the administration of various private colleges and the government has deteriorated to the point of private colleges opting to shut down completely.

Limit political orientation and practice Diplomacy: Former Minister Arjun Narsingha KC

Reporters Club: The second round of the awareness and resurgence campaign of the Nepali Congress has been fairly successful in fulfilling its objectives of making the citizens informed said Former