Stories By 'TIKA R PRADHAN'
With no headway in remaining tasks of the unification process, the fourth powerful task force formed by the ruling Nepal Communist Party is on the verge of dissolution.
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The House of Representatives on Friday endorsed the Civil Servants Adjustment Bill by incorporating most of the demands raised by the civil servants However, some lawmakers have expressed concern over insufficient time to discuss the bill

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A commissioner at the country’s apex corruption watchdog is staring at an impeachment motion against him after media exposed that he had taken Rs7.8 million in bribe promising “to settle a case”.
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At a time when the seven provinces are voicing serious discontent at the federal government, alleging that they were being stripped of their constitutional rights, lawmakers have also expressed serious concerns over the bill on Nepal Police and provincial police tabled at the House of Representatives.
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A new bill tabled at the House of Representatives has restricted civil servants from sharing their views through media including their micro-blogging sites, which experts claim would affect their right to expression.
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Some provisions of media laws being drafted by provincial governments are detrimental to press freedom, experts have warned.
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