Home service sets criteria for proclaiming open occasions

Kathmandu, The Government of Nepal has said that the commonplace governments may announce open occasions for as long as six days a year thinking about their particular religions, culture and customs, notwithstanding those fixed by the government. As per a notice distributed by the Ministry of Home Affairs in the Nepal Gazette a week ago,
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The Medial Council Bill has been set up to supplant the Press Council Act. Press Council was built up amid the single-party Panchayat time basically to screen exercises of print media. Yet, even after rebuilding of majority rule government in 1991, the foundation was not abrogated. Today, the media scene has changed with the development
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Kathmandu, The new Evidence Act (Amendment) Bill being considered by the National Assembly expects to make the Evidence Act good with arrangements of the recently established common correctional code, yet it doesn’t join arrangements identified with polygraph test and the tolerability of presentation of the perishing as proof. The bill fuses arrangements identified with suitability
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Kathmandu, Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba today said in Biratnagar that his gathering would keep the legislature from passing the Nepal Media Council Bill enlisted in the National Assembly, at any expense. Conversing with mediapersons at Biratnagar Airport, Deuba emphasized that his gathering would not enable the legislature to pass the bill from Parliament.
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Kathmandu, A year prior, the two socialist gatherings — CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Center — converged to frame the Nepal Communist Party (NCP), the nation’s biggest political outfit. At the point when Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal, the two co-seats of the new party declared the merger, they said the unification procedure
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Hetauda, Boss Minister Dormani Poudel of Province 3 today said that Chinese financial specialists were certain about building the Bhimphedi-Kulekhani burrow. Advising about his accomplishments amid his visit to China in the Provincial Assembly in Hetauda today, CM Poudel said Chinese speculators had appeared in building the passage. “They are prepared to build the passage
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Dhankuta, Nepali Congress focal pioneer and previous account serve Ramsharan Mahat today said the administration would be constrained to pull back the Media Council Draft Bill postponed in the Parliament. Talking at a press meet sorted out by Nepal Press Union in Dhankuta, Mahat held that the administration ought to pull back the Media Council
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Kathmandu, Visiting Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for South Asia at the US Department of State David J Ranz paid a civility approach Minister of Home Affairs Ram Bahadur Thapa at the last’s office in Singha Durbar today. As indicated by the MoHA, the gathering harped on Nepal-US relations, common participation and coordinated effort. On the
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Kathmandu, Alliance of Nepali Journalists that has been challenging the Media Council Bill, is organizing a sit-in dissent before the Federal Parliament in Kathmandu, and is holding a monstrous exhibition in every one of the 77 region central station, tomorrow. The FNJ says arrangements of the bill are gone for setting government’s control on Nepal
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KATHMANDU: Fusemachines, a main supplier of Artificial Intelligence arrangements, programming, and administrations, together with Artificial Intelligence of Development (AID) is good to go to compose AI Expo 2019 in Kathmandu. Issuing a press proclamation today, the coordinators said the one-day occasion will be held at Soaltee Crowne Plaza, Kathmandu, on 24th of August. The AI
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