Friday , February 22 2019
Home / 2018 / December

Monthly Archives: December 2018

Year-end uncertainty looms large in America and Nepal

By MR Josse TAMPA, FL: Last week, attention was focused on the mayhem that seemed to infuse American politics even as the Democrats were breathlessly awaiting taking control of the House of Representatives, come 2019. Since then, the fast-paced whirl of events has ratcheted up, inevitably generating the belief that …

Read More »

Nepal in anti-China gang-up!

Nepal to play key role in Indo-Pacific strategy? By Our Reporter The recent US visit by Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali has raised suspicion whether the communist government is again annoying the northern neighbour as Minister Gyawali was suspected to participat in a meeting of the anti-China group …

Read More »

Be Christian to get a job

By Our Reporter The Teach for Nepal, an INGO, has published a wanted notice in local newspapers. In the notice for requirement of a trainee teacher, it is stated that the applicant has to be a Christian by religion, the person has to be studied in a Christian College and …

Read More »

Prachanda afraid of pro-Hindu campaign; silent on Unification Church

By Our Reporter When the NC Mahasamitee representatives collected around 800 signatures demanding adoption of the Hindu religion by the party, those political leaders, who had declared Nepal a secular nation by taking personal benefit from some European nations, have become furious. Co-chairman of the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) …

Read More »

Senior leaders criticise Oli in CPN standing committee meeting

By Our Reporter Disputes have spilled in the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) in its standing committee meeting with majority of the senior leaders, including Bam Dev Gautam heavily criticising the government as well as the working style of party chair and Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli. They expressed …

Read More »

NC Mahasamitee meet concludes adding 8 office bearers

By Our Reporter The Mahasamiti meeting of the Nepali Congress concluded on Sunday increasing the number of office bearers to 14 from six. Initially, called for four days from December 15, the meeting had to be extended for additional five days when the CWC failed to endorse the amendment draft …

Read More »

Yet another bus accident in Dang

By Our Reporter In yet another road accident, 23 persons, mostly students of a polytechnic institute of Dang were killed on Friday. The vehicle carrying the students and teachers of Ghorai-based Krishna Sen Ichchhuk Polytechnic Institute met with the accident when the bus was returning from Kapurkot in Salyan district …

Read More »

Dipak Manange gets bail

By Our Reporter Notorious gangster Deepak Manange aka Rajeev Gurung who was elected to the Province Assembly of Gandaki Province has been released from jail following an order from the Supreme Court on last Thursday. A division bench of Justices Sharada Prasad Ghimire and Bam Kumar Shrestha issued the order. …

Read More »

Hindu Rastra issue raised by NC irks Dahal

By Our Reporter Chairman of the Communist Party of Nepal Pushpa Kamal Dahal looked worried after the issue of the Hindu State entered the Mahasamiti meeting of the Nepali Congress. When over half of the Mahasamiti representatives gathered in Kathmandu exerted the party leadership to make Nepal a Hindu state …

Read More »

The state of democracy, human rights

By Our Reporter Nepal’s security situation is in a chaotic state, observers claim. The other day, a Nepali Congress leader was arrested by the Police in Chitwan on the charge of commenting against CPN co-chair Pushpakamal Dahal Prachanda. The recent rape case of an innocent 13-year-old school going girl, Nirmala …

Read More »