Minister for Information and Communication Gokul Baskota has resigned from his post hours after the leak of an audio recording between him and a local
The main opposition party Nepali Congress has obstructed the meeting of the National Assembly on Thursday demanding the government immediately sack Minister of Communication and Information Technology Gokul Baskota.
“I get hundreds of proposals as such. I have received the proposal of at least Rs 1 billion till today. Some record it and some keep it a secret.”
The NC’s demand comes in the wake of the leaked audio recording of the conversation between Minister Baskota and Swiss Company local agent Bijaya Prakash Mishra, where the minister is
In the leaked 31-second audio recording, the conversation starts with Mishra telling Baskota the Swiss Embassy representatives will come to the minister’s office at 12 pm on Feb 23 to
"The government is determined to overcome intentional barriers created against the journey of development and prosperity,” said PM Oli in his address to a special ceremony organized at the Army
All the 175 Nepalis, who were evacuated from Hubei province of China, are not infected with the novel coronavirus, said Ministry of Health and Population on Wednesday.
he government has observed the 70th Democracy Day amid a special ceremony in Kathmandu on Wednesday.
The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Compact will be passed keeping national interest at the center, said Nepal Communist Party Chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal.
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