Communists in Nepal Unite, at Least for Parliamentary Motions

In a rare instance in the history of Communist movement in Nepal, several communist outfits in the parliament have agreed to come together, at least, for the motions that are tabled at the parliament. There is a popular saying in the communist circle that one communist in Nepal thinks the other is not a realContinue reading “Communists in Nepal Unite, at Least for Parliamentary Motions”

Nepali Congress Is United

Nepal’s largest democratic political party is unified with its breakaway faction After five years and four months of their split, Nepali Congress and the break away faction Nepali Congress Democratic have united today amidst a grand ceremony of joint maha samiti meeting. Girija Prasad Koirala and Sher Bahadur Deuba has signed the agreement paper. ThisContinue reading “Nepali Congress Is United”

A College Side Story: Maoist Vs Nepali Congress

Update: Today, a group of NSU affiliated students thrashed another group of ANNISU affilated students in Saraswati Campus. ………… The Maoist affiliated All Nepal National Independent Student Union (ANNISU) beat up Nepali Congress affiliated NSU students in a college in Kathmandu Santosh Dahal, president of NSU Thapathali Campus Unit, undergoes treatment in Kathmandu Model HospitalContinue reading “A College Side Story: Maoist Vs Nepali Congress”

Another Devilry of Young Criminal League (Maoist)

The latest rascality of the Maoist youth wing proves that the Maoists are afraid of participating in the free and fair CA elections. The Dolakha incident: In a display of outright hooliganism, the Maoist-affiliated Young Communist League cadres beat up Chief District Officer (CDO) Uddhav Bahadur Thapa after barging into the District Administration Office (DAO)Continue reading “Another Devilry of Young Criminal League (Maoist)”

15pc pay hike for civil servants,King, royals to receive no allowance in Rs 170b budget

Report By Prem Khanal KATHMANDU, July 10 – In yet another blow to the embattled monarchy, Finance Minister Ram Sharan Mahat has removed the state allowance for the king and royal family in the budget he is slated to table in the interim parliament Thursday. The budget will, however, arrange for the perks and allowancesContinue reading “15pc pay hike for civil servants,King, royals to receive no allowance in Rs 170b budget”

Petrol crisis in Kathmandu, supply partially resumed

Kantipur Report The supply of petroleum fuels in the capital partly resumed from Wednesday after the government and petroleum suppliers reached an understanding yesterday. The tankers filled with petrol reached the capital this morning from Birgunj. 22 petrol tankers and 20 diesel-laden tankers have already arrived at Nepal Oil Corporations’ Thankot Petrol Depot. Similarly, petroleumContinue reading “Petrol crisis in Kathmandu, supply partially resumed”

Constituent Assembly Polls to be Revolutionary:PM (Government unveils new fiscal policies, programmes)

Kantipur Report KATHMANDU, July 4 – Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala Wednesday suggested what he calls feudalistic elements to leave the country before the Constituent Assembly (CA) elections. Addressing the parliament prior to the unveiling of the government’s annual policies and programmes at the Interim Legislature-Parliament, the PM called for the CA elections slated forContinue reading “Constituent Assembly Polls to be Revolutionary:PM (Government unveils new fiscal policies, programmes)”