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The Supreme Court (SC) on Sunday up held the Election Commission’s decision of calling for re-polling and has ordered a fresh election in Ward Number 19 of the Bharatpur Metropolitan City.


Immediately after the devastating earthquake in 2015 the government had announced extending loan assistance to the quake victims through Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB).


It is absurd for the Parliament to be adjourned for seven days citing that there is a lack of business. There are reported to be 53 bills under consideration in Parliament.


At this late stage road expansion in the Kathmandu Valley is reported to be facing multiple problems, such as obstructions created by locals, legal hurdles, budget constraints and the monsoon.


The government somewhat belatedly formed a five-member Constituency Delimitation Commission (CDC) under the chairmanship of Kamal Narayan Das, a former Supreme Court justice, four days ago.


With ITs domestic politics in disarray, the key actors in Nepal’s polity now seem to hold outsiders guilty for everything that is going wrong.


If everything goes according to the Ministry of Finance’s plan of action, implementation of capital expenditure will increase remarkably, boosting the national economy and creating thousands of jobs in various sectors.


All government employees are required to submit their property details. As per the Prevention of Corruption Act-2002 that those who join pubic office are required to submit them within 60 days from joining work.


Two years is well past the devastating earthquakes of April 2015, and the agencies concerned for the reconstruction of Dharahara, a historic tower flattened by the earthquake in the heart of the capital city, are still bickering over what kind of design should be adopted for its reconstruction.


Several bills relating particularly to the distribution of resources between the three tiers of government are in discussion in Parliament.


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