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PM Oli expanded three-member cabinet to seven members

Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli expanded his three-member cabinet to seven members on Monday, inducting ministers from major ruling partner CPN (Maoist Center) also. With a view to bringing the Upendra Yadav-led Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) into the government and garnering a two-thirds majority for the ruling coalition, Oli has not given full shape to his cabinet at its first expansion....


Prime Minister K P Sharma to bring the Madhes-based parties onboard

Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli has taken initiative to bring the Madhes-based parties onboard the government. Two key aides to Prime Minister Oli, who is also the chairman of the ruling CPN-UML, held talks with the leaders of the Upendra Yadav-led Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) on Wednesday. UML Secretary Pradeep Gyawali and the partys senior leader Subas Nembang held negotiations with...


Dahal won't join govt until unification deal

CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal turned down a request from Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli on Sunday to send Maoist ministers to the new cabinet arguing that they would join the government once there is a framework agreement on the proposed unification with the CPN-UML. Dahal, however, said during a meeting with Oli that the Maoists would continue to support the government from o...


Stop making anti-govt statements: PM to Maoists
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Stop making anti-govt statements: PM to Maoists

Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli has sought clear answer from its major coalition partner CPN (Maoist Center) whether it wants to give continuity to the present government or quit to form a new coalition. Irked by recent anti-government statements by ruling Maoist leaders, the prime minister urged the latter not to do any activity against the present coalition while remaining in the government. ...


Former PM Dahal’s Australia postponed, NPPFAU’s 3rd convention still on
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Former PM Dahal’s Australia postponed, NPPFAU’s 3rd convention still on

Former Prime Minister and current CPN (Maoist Centre)s chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal, who was supposed to visit Australia has been postponed. The postpone was a late decision, just two hours before his Silk Air flight was to take off. His office has said that the visit has been cancelled due to urgent matters. It says that the nations development and work load of the party dictates more urgency at t...


Govt under fire for delayed reconstruction works
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Govt under fire for delayed reconstruction works

Leaders of parties attending todays all-party meeting called by the government vehemently criticised the government for failing to work out issues with the agitating parties and delaying reconstruction works. Addressing the meeting as soon as Prime Minister Oli presented the agenda, Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba said the governments policy and programme wouldnt be accepted withou...


PM addresses Democracy Day function, says govt commmittted to freedom, national unity
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PM addresses Democracy Day function, says govt commmittted to freedom, national unity

Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli has said that the government was committed to maintaining peace, democracy, social justice, equality, national integrity, sovereignty, national unity and territorial integrity. While addressing the special ceremony organised at the Tundhikhel on the occasion of the National Democracy Day on Friday, PM Oli opined that the day would inspire us on the way to nation bu...


Black marketers have supported govt: Deputy PM Thapa

At a time when black economy is flourishing in the lack of good governance, a deputy prime minister has accepted that the black marketers have supported the government. Addressing an interaction on bilateral relations and economic diplomacy in Kathmandu on Tuesday, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Kamal Thapa said that even the black marketers have supported the government....


Fuel crisis biggest hurdle in implementation of development work: Project officials

Officials of development projects, under different phases of implementation, have termed fuel crisis as their biggest hurdles in the 35th meeting of National Development Action Committee (NDAC) held in Kathmandu on Friday. However, Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli, who chaired the meeting, said development projects were suffering from other factors not just fuel shortage. The meeting was organi...


Three major parties busy with negotiations
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Three major parties busy with negotiations

Leaders of three major political parties Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and Unified CPN-Maoist have intensified consultations to find a point of compromise to resolve the crisis arising from the Madhes agitation before holding formal talks with the agitating Madhes-based parties. Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala and UCPN-M Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal held one-on-one meeting at Koiralas reside...


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