Bill Regarding Commissions sent to Parliament Secretariat

The government has sent six bills to the Parliament Secretariat regarding commission on September 13. The ministry of law, justice and the Ministry of parliamentarian provision has sent the bills regarding the provision going to be made on National Dalit Commission, National Inclusive Commission, Indigenous community Commission, Madhesi Commission, Tharu…

September 13, 2016  
Three Bills On Justice, Passed

The meeting held by Legislative Parliament on September 11 has passed three bills on torture. The bills presented by Law, justice and parliamentary affairs minister Ajaya Shankar Nayak on Justice  Service Commission 2073, Justice Council bill 2073 and justice administrative bill 2073 were passed. Along with passing of the bills,…

September 12, 2016  
Warned To Go For International Court, If Justice is denied in the country

"Save Ganga Maya" campaigners have said that they will go to the international criminal court if the government fails to initiate the process of taking action against Chabilal Paudel who has been convicted as a murderer of Krishna Prasad Adhikari. Ganga Maya is on fast unto-death strike since 32 days…

September 12, 2016  
Government’s Priority,Peace Process and Implementation of Constitution: PM Dahal

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal while addressing parliament on September 8 said that his government first priority is to resume remaining work of peace process and implementation of constitution. He announced the priority of the government while addressing the parliament for the first time after being elected as a prime…

September 8, 2016  
Show Cause Reason Issued On Slowness In Announcement of Election Date

The Supreme Court has issued a show cause reason for slowness in announcing election date of constitution assembly and making a necessary law regarding the provincial election. A single bench of Judge Dr Anandamohan Bhattarai asked for the reason of slowness in date announcement of election wit in 15 days…

September 8, 2016  
Health Condition of Ganga Maya Worsening

The health condition of Ganga Maya, 59 of Phujel-7, who has been staging a hunger strike since August 11 in Bir Hospital, is deteriorating according to the health official involved in her treatment. The doctors involved in her treatment said that she is having a problem of chest pain, swelling…

September 7, 2016  
Demand to Settle Conflict Related Incident “with Justice” within the Country

The Accountability Watch Committee (AWC) has demanded to address the conflict related incident as per the international principle of transitional justice with in the country in a justiciable way. The committee releasing a press statement on September 7 said that the transitional justice process must follow international values and standards.…

September 7, 2016  
British Court Acquits Colonel Lama

The British Court has acquitted colonel Lama who was facing conflict related charges during Maoist insurgency according to various media. Foreign Secretary Shankar Das Bairagi quoting Nepalese Embassy in London said that the British court denied processing his case further on September 6 due to the lack of enough evidences.…

September 7, 2016  
Demanded to Investigate the Incident of Inmate’s Death in Prison

The Discharged People’s Liberation Army(PLA) Nepal has demanded to investigate the death of its central secretary Sanjaya Jargha Magar (Kranti) inside Dilli Bazar prison due to the negligence of the prison. The press released by Discharged People Liberation Army’s chairperson Lenin Bista on September 5 stated that Magar died in…

September 6, 2016  
Case Lodged Against Rape Accused

A case against Rabin Neupane, 19 of Nuwakot Kumari-6, currently living at Kalanki, Kathmandu Metropolitan-14 has been lodged by Metropolitan Police Circle, Kalimati on charge of raping a 16-year-old girl. Inspector Dimesh Lamichhane of Kathmandu Metropolitan circle Kalimati said that the case against hin was lodged on September 6 and…

September 6, 2016