KATHMANDU, Feb 16: Rather than investigating misuse of millions meant for earthquake victims, Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) has formed a committee to find out who was involved in leaking information to media about the funds misuse.
KATHMANDU, Feb 16: The agitating United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) has said that it won't accept the report of the Local Level Restructuring Commission (LLRC) until the local units are delineated in proportion to the size of the population living in Tarai-Madhes.
KATHMANDU, Feb 16: Main opposition CPN-UML Chairman K P Oli has said that the party should be ready to accept voting on constitution amendment proposal in parliament for bringing the agitating Madhes-based political parties on board the elections.
KATHMANDU, Feb 16: Dissatisfaction has mounted within the ruling Nepali Congress (NC) after the Supreme Court stayed the government's decision to promote Jaya Bahadur Chand as the chief of Nepal Police.
A Professor of special education at Department of Special Education at Changwon National University (CWNU) in Changwon, South Korea, Jung Dae Young, PhD. has many feathers in his cap. He is dean of Educare Teachers School, Director of Leading University Project for International Cooperation and President of the Korean Society of Special Education. Prof Jung took personal initiative to launch the Special Needs Education Department at Tribhuvan University, persuading successfully the National Research Foundation in Korea to extend financial support. Prof. Jung, who has also established a foundation to provide scholarship to students with special needs, is currently in Kathmandu as a part of overseeing the progress of his works. He spoke to Republica in Kathmandu on Monday. Excerpts:
KATHMANDU, Feb 15: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs Bimalendra Nidhi directed chiefs of the security agencies to make necessary security arrangements for the upcoming elections of Free Student Unions (FSU) in campuses.
KATHMANDU, Feb 15: Minister for Foreign Affairs Prakash Sharan Mahat on Wednesday claimed that the Nepal's peace process that began in November 2005 with the signing of 12-point agreement in Delhi has concluded and acknowledged India in this regard.