Rasuwa, Sept 24: Former Minister for Foreign Affairs and CPN-Maoist Centre leader Ram Bahadur Thapa has stated that the CPN-MC, which is leading the incumbent government, has five major historic responsibilities to fulfill during its tenure.
Dhading, Sept 23: The District Forest Office has pulled down the building of Radio Dhading 106 megahertz at Nilkantha Municipality-8 in the district today morning. The building housing women security office was also demolished.
Kathmandu, Sept 23: CPN (Revolutionary Maoist) led by Mohan Baidya today called on the government to release its party cadres detained by police.
Sindhupalchowk, Sept 23: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal today made an onsite visit to the Melamchi Drinking Water Project's major tunnel at Ambathan in the district.
Chitwan, Sept 22: Nepali Congress leader and former Deputy Prime Minister Prakash Man Singh has stressed on all-party unity for the implementation of the constitution.
Bhimduttanagar, Sept 23: A machine gun, which disappeared from Nepal Army's Far-western Division at Dipayal of Doti in the beginning week of August, has been found.
Kathmandu, Sept 22: Norwegian ambassador to Nepal Kjell Tormod Pettersen has called on Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal at latter's office Singh Durbar today.
Kathmandu, Sept 22: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal today came down heavily on non-governmental organisations (NGO), claiming that they failed to translate their commitments to uplift backward community into reality.
Chitwan, Sept 22: Health Minister Gagan Thapa has said the government is expected to present a bill relating to health insurance at the parliament within the next two months.
Biratnagar, Sept 22: Minister for Federal Affairs and Local Development Hitraj Pandey has sought change in the current working style of government employees. During his visit to the District Administration Office Morang today, he directed chiefs of district-based government offices to give up old mentality and working style so as to meet the targets set by the new constitution.
Kathmandu, Sept 22: Dr Prakash Sharan Mahat, Minister for Foreign Affairs and the leader of Nepali delegation to the 71th session of the United Nations General Assembly, attended the General Debate of the 71th session of the UNGA that began in New York Tuesday.