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Nepali Congress and Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal say they will continue to obstruct Parliament

Kathmandu, July 13 -- The Nepali Congress and the Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal have decided to join hands to strengthen their voice against the government in the federal parliament. The two opposition ... Read More


Three years on, confusion continues to reign over the SEE letter grade system

Kathmandu, July 5 -- Ranjana Dhital's daughter Aastha passed her 10th grade exams in 2015. This year, her son Asthik got through the exam. But while Aastha sat for the School Leaving Certificate exams... Read More


TU confirms its official took bribes to manipulate scores of a student

Kathmandu, July 3 -- The Tribhuvan University has accepted that one of its officials increased the marks scored by a master's student on several occasions to award him degrees of three subjects. Ram ... Read More


Early childhood development continues to be ignored

Kathmandu, June 30 -- Despite repeated commitments from the government, Early Childhood Development education remains the least prioritised sector with meagre payment to support staff and paltry budge... Read More


Tarai communities more prone to abuse and torture in police custody, report says

Kathmandu, June 26 -- Towards the end of August last year, Ram Manohar Yadav was arrested from Gulariya in Bardiya for displaying black flags in protest against Deputy Prime Minister Upendra Yadav. Te... Read More


Government's reluctance to abide by House rulings irks Madhes-based parties

Kathmandu, June 20 -- When Speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara allowed the National Medical Education Bill to pass through the House in January amid obstructions by the main opposition, Nepali Congress, he... Read More


Opposition obstructs the House, forcing Oli to stand mutely at the podium

Kathmandu, June 19 -- Prime KP Sharma Oli, usually so voluble and full of wit and confidence, appeared forlorn and dejected at the House of Representatives rostrum on Tuesday. Oli had stepped forward... Read More