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Miffed, UML ministers delay Cabinet meet
Kathmandu Post

Minister Basnet's retrospect: UML's stance for Home Ministry w...

BHAKTAPUR : Minister for Industry Mahesh Basnet has admitted that it was a folly of CPN (UML) for its stance for Home Ministry during the formation of the government. Felicitating some 50 students who scored highest marks in SLC examinations at a progamme ... Himalayan times, 21 hours ago
UML's tea reception on Saturday, 1 day ago
Miffed, UML ministers delay Cabinet meet Kathmandu Post, 3 days ago
Kathmandu Post

Dahal blames NC, UML for stalemate

KATHMANDU, OCT 18 - UCPN (Maoist) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has accused the ruling Nepali Congress and CPN-UML of shying away from the path of consensus. The opposition leader warned on Saturday that the country would plunge into a serious ...
 Kathmandu Post1 day ago NC and CPN- UML disrupting statute drafting environment, says UCPN-M chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal  South Asian Terrorism Portal3 weeks ago Statute deal not on the horizon  Kathmandu Post5 days ago Dahal accuses ruling parties of moving back from past agreements  Himalayan Times5 days ago
Kathmandu Post

Major parties to hold talks on voting process

Constitution writing KATHMANDU, OCT 15 - Three major parties—Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and UCPN (Maoist)—on Wednesday said they would work for consensus on disputed issues of the new constitution as well as initiate ...
 Kathmandu Post3 days ago Parties to go for voting if consensus bid fails  Himalayan times4 days ago Major parties form team to suggest on judiciary  Himalayan Times6 days ago Major parties disagree to agree again  Himalayan times1 week ago
Kathmandu Post

22-party alliance appeals for consensus

KATHMANDU, OCT 17 - Leaders of the 22-party alliance have urged the ruling Nepali Congress (NC) and CPN-UML to come to consensus on settling the disputed issues of the constitution as per the spirit of past agreements with Madhesi, Janajati and ...
 Kathmandu Post2 days ago Nawa Nepal Nirman Party merges with CPN-UML  Kathmandu Post2 weeks ago THT 10 YEARS AGO: Opt out of govt: Four parties tell UML  Himalayan times4 weeks ago The Himalayan Times  Himalayan times1 month ago

Political Committee for TRC pronto

KATHMANDU: The first meeting of the Political Committee (PC) chaired by Unified CPN-Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal today requested the government to form the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and Commission for the Inquiry of the ...
 Himalayan Times6 days ago UCPN-M scrambles to fix rift  Himalayan times1 month ago UCPN-Maoist to hold National Council meeting  Himalayan times2 months ago UCPN-M agrees on PTA with India  Himalayan times2 months ago
Kathmandu Post


UML condoles KATHMANDU: The CPN-UML on Friday expressed grief over the deaths of national and foreign trekkers and disappearance of hundreds more in the blizzards that struck the trans-Himalayan districts of Manang, Mustang and Myagdi this week. The UML said ...
 Himalayan times2 days ago Ready to compromise on forms of govt: UML  Kathmandu Post1 week ago Govt, opposition must work to end political deadlock: Khanal  Nepalnews.com3 weeks ago Torchbearer for girls education is no more  Kathmandu Post3 weeks ago
Kathmandu Post

CPN-UML: Vote if no consensus

KATHMANDU, OCT 09 - The CPN-UML has reiterated that the voting process needs to be initiated to resolve disputed issues of new constitution if consensus remains elusive despite adopting a flexible approach. Having backtracked from its ...
 Kathmandu Post1 week ago NC, UML discuss House resumption, contentious contents of constitution  Nepalnews.com3 weeks ago NC‚ UML discuss contentious issues  Himalayan times1 month ago Nepal, China to discuss security issues  Kathmandu Post1 week ago
Himalayan times

Oli urges Bhattarai to convince UCPN (M) into removing obstruction

KATHMANDU, SEP 25 - CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli on Thursday urged UCPN (Maoist) senior leader Baburam Bhattarai to convince his party into removing Parliament obstruction. Lawmakers from the main opposition have been barring Parliament ...
 Kathmandu Post3 weeks ago Bhattarai urges Oli to accept Dahal's leadership of HLPC  Himalayan times3 weeks ago 'CPN-Maoist acted with ill-intention'  Himalayan Times1 month ago Oli leaves for Singapore for treatment of swollen hand  Himalayan times2 months ago
Himalayan times

UCPN-M should be serious about peace process: Indian home minister

KATHMANDU: Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said Unified CPN-Maoist leaders were initiators of peace process b and that they should be serious on concluding the process and drafting the new constitution. Minister Singh arrived in Kathmandu yesterday ...
 Himalayan times1 month ago GMR inks pact to build largest hydro-power plant in Nepal  Millennium Post4 weeks ago CPN Maoist lost key opportunity for consensus: DPM Singh  Himalayan times1 month ago Leaders resent Oli's ways  Himalayan times1 month ago
Himalayan times

UCPN-Maoist urges CA members to join movement

KATHMANDU: At a time when the ruling coalition is suspicious about the ‘dual nature of the Unified CPN-Maoist as it is leading the political mechanism and announcing struggle’, the UCPN-M’s parliamentary party today decided to welcome the ...
 Himalayan times1 week ago Collapse of all-party conference  Himalayan times3 weeks ago Two Maoist parties in unification Dialogue  Kathmandu Post3 weeks ago UCPN-M threatens to take to streets  Himalayan times1 month ago
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