Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said special arrangements would be made for the Madhes in the coming fiscal year's policy and programme and budget.
Police today made public a woman who stole a newborn from Paropakar Maternity Hospital in Kathmandu last Friday.
Kathmandu, Feb 24: Prime Minister and Parliamentary Party leader of the CPN (Maoist Centre), Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said the federal government would not handle projects worth less than Rs 30 million.During the CPN (Maoist Centre) parliamentary party meeting held at Singha Durbar this morning, he shared that emphasis has been laid on fiscal handover to strengthen federalism. "The federation will keep projects with strategic importance. Province and local levels will run projects that are worth less than Rs 30 million. Furthermore, the authority of project selection will be given to provinces and local levels", mentioned PM Prachanda. He stressed that the trend of accumulating budget on different headings that cannot be spent while lacking budget for essential projects should be stopped, adding the government would take possible measures to complete the under-construction projects. Prime Minister Prachanda added he has already received a report related to the Balkumari incident and is studying it. "Necessary decision will be taken after studying the report of the Balkumari incident. The government decided to investigate forming a commission. The report is in the process of study. It is under the jurisdiction of the government. The opposition should follow a political culture," he underlined. Also on the occasion, PM Prachanda urged the lawmakers to help pass the bills as the government would table bills in the parliament after the next cabinet meeting.(RSS)
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has warned to take strict action against those using plastic bouquet and flowers.
Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said that the country will not develop without the development of Madhes. He also pledged to continue to work for the development of the Madhes region.
Referring to the year 2026, the year of Napal’s graduation from the LDC, and also the year of 70th Anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and Nepal, the Ambassador expressed his hope that the bilateral cordial relations will be heightened towards the memorable year and continue even after that.
Major political parties held meetings and gatherings amidst the winter session of the Federal Parliament. Those gatherings were primarily focused on framing strategies and exploring ways for garnering a majority in the upcoming (2084 BS) parliamentary elections. Through such sittings, political parties endorsed resolutions for establishing political stability and bringing prosperity to the nation.
Three children were killed when a goods-carrying truck overturned on the house at Nimuwa, Budhiganga Rural Municipality, Morang. Three people including four-year-old twins died in an incident that took place early Friday morning.
Narayan Kaji Shrestha Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister said that the incumbent government led by the CPN (Maoist Centre) has been moving ahead by doing exemplary deeds within a short period.
Police have arrested a person on the charge of character assassination of a woman through the social media.
As schools across the capital are encouraged to sign up for a scheme to reduce absenteeism and suspensions, the BBC visited one primary in east London that is taking a different approach. At Uphall Primary School in Ilford, teachers are told never to shout at pupils who misbehave.
Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister Narayan Kaji Shrestha has said that the concerned authorities need to be serious about reducing accidents while mentioning that many people are killed in road accidents.
Speaker of the House of Representatives (HoR) Dev Raj Ghimire has made a ruling that the questions raised by MPs about Balkumari Incident need a proper response.