KATHMANDU, Oct 19: The international community in Nepal has sought 'firm commitment' and 'sincerity' on the part of the CPN (Maoist Center) in providing transitional justice to conflict-era victims.

SC stays Nepal Army's generator deal

October 19, 2017 04:15 am

KATHMANDU, OCT 19: After a  month-long quasi-judicial probe found Nepal Army to have violated standard procurement norms in awarding a contract for the supply of generators for its United Nations mission, the Supreme Court on Wednesday issued a stay order to the army to stop the procurement, which is worth Rs 97.8 million.

KATHMANDU, Oct 18: A meeting of the National Security Council decided to make necessary security arrangement to hold upcoming elections of House of Representatives and State Assemblies in a free and fearless manner.

ROLPA, Oct 18: Chief Justice Gopal Prasad Parajuli has said a strong judiciary is a pre-condition for accelerating development.

KATHMANDU, Oct 18: The Supreme Court today refused to issue an interim order in response to a writ filed at the court, demanding the printing of separate ballot papers for the elections to the House of Representatives and State Assemblies.

KATHMANDU, Oct 17: The Nepali Congress parliamentary committee today finalized the candidates to represent the party in the upcoming elections in seven districts.

KATHMANDU, October 18: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba on Tuesday reshuffled his cabinet, taking away the portfolios of all ministers representing the CPN (Maoist Center).

KATHMANDU, Oct 18: The Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJPN) and Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) have decided to field fifty percent candidates each in Province 2, while the sharing of constituencies elsewhere would be based on their respective strength.

KATHMANDU, Oct 18: In a dramatic turn of events Tuesday, ruling coalition partner CPN (Maoist Center) decided to quit the government and then immediately changed its mind, citing secret information that the prime minister was trying to postpone the upcoming elections.

KATHMANDU, Oct 17: The Election Commission (EC) has allowed the government to transfer controversial Nepal Oil Corporation Managing Director Gopal Khadka to the Ministry of Supplies, barring the corruption-accused Khadka from continuing his job as the state oil monopoly chief.