KATHMANDU, March 19: The government has decided to sack civil servants who fail to report to their newly-assigned work stations at the provincial and local levels within the set deadline. The government decision comes in the wake of many civil servants refusing to go to their deputations in provinces and local units.
KATHMANDU, March 19: Vowing to do away with the rampant corruption in the country, Prime Minister KP Oli has announced to keep all his cabinet colleagues under surveillance and threatened to sack right away any cabinet member found involved in any unscrupulous activity.
KATHMANDU, March 19: The High Court (HC) of Patan on Sunday remanded 13 officials including promoters and high-ranking officials of the erstwhile Apex Development Bank to seven days judicial custody in order to move forward the investigation into a bank loan scam.
KATHMANDU, March 19: Shashi Kala Dahal, 60, of the CPN (Maoist Center) was elected the vice-chairperson of the National Assembly (NA), defeating Brinda Devi Ale of the Nepali Congress (NC) in an election held on Sunday.
KATHMANDU, March 19: Police have started an investigation into a molestation case filed by a student of Gyankunj School against Shiva Karki, principal of the school and president of the Lalitpur chapter of the Private and Boarding Schools' Organization Nepal (PABSON).
KATHMANDU, March 19: A total of 485,586 students from across the country are appearing in the Secondary Education Examination (SEE), which is scheduled for March 22 to March 31. A total of 1,956 centers have been fixed for the exams.
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KATHMANDU, March 18: A joint delegation from the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) and visiting Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Sunday called on Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli.
KATHMANDU, Mar 18: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, who has been accused of focusing too much attention to become a powerful prime minister by spending huge energy to invite political parties on board called ministers and secretaries today. The meeting is likely to order each minister and secretary to carry out immediate activities that would bring a sigh of relief to the public.