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Constitutional bench to adjudicate Nepal's House dissolution case

The constitutional bench of Nepal's Supreme Court led by Chief Justice Cholendra Shumsher JB Rana today ruled that cases field against the dissolution of the House of Representatives would be heard by the same bench continuously from Sunday

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Construction of Nepal’s largest solar power project gains speed

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House dissolution a 'political issue', not 'constitutional': Nepal PM Oli

Addressing the upper house of parliament, Nepal Prime Minister on Sunday defended his decision to dissolve the lower house, terming it a “political issue,” not constitutional

Nepal PM Oli resorting to vituperation turns the conversation ugly and nasty

Ever since the Nepal Communist Party has split, as an impact of the dissolution of the House of Representatives, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has emerged as something of a kvetch, constantly attacking those who oppose him

Nepal PM Oli's supporters hit streets in Kathmandu

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Four former Nepal chief justices deem PM’s house dissolution move unconstitutional

Four former Chief Justices of the Supreme Court today stated that Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s move of dissolution of House of Representatives was an unconstitutional act

Concerns raised about foreign investment in Nepal's agriculture

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Four former chief justices call house dissolution ‘unconstitutional’ in Nepal

Four former Supreme Court justices in Nepal called the Oli’s decision to dissolve the House of Representatives ‘unconstitutional,’ saying there is no article in the constitution that allows such action, reported The Himalayan Times

Nepal PM Oli confirms foreign minister's visit to India

Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Friday confirmed that Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali will visit India next week, The Himalayan Times reported

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