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Today’s national news in a nutshell

22 June 2022  

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KATHMANDU: Khabarhub brings to you a glimpse of major developments of the day in Nepal, including politics, business/economy, sports, entertainment, and more.

Ruling coalition decides to move the Citizenship Bill forward

The ruling coalition has decided to move the Citizenship Bill in the parliament.

According to Minister for Communication and Information and government spokesperson Gyanendra Bahadur Karki, a coalition meeting held at Prime Minister’s residence Baluwatar on Wednesday decided to take the citizenship ahead.

“Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba proposed to move the pending Citizenship Bill in the parliament and it was decided to move it,” Minister Karki said.

Four cases of cholera detected in Kathmandu

Four cases of cholera have been detected in various places in Kathmandu district.

All the infected ones were currently receiving treatment at the Shukraraj Tropical and Infectious Diseases Hospital at Teku.

According to the District Public Health Office chief Basanta Adhikari, four cases of cholera have been confirmed at Bagbazar, Bhotebahal and Dillibazar as of now.

JC forms probe team formed to investigate on judge Koirala

The Judicial Council (JC) has decided to form a three-member probe committee under the coordination of Judicial Council member Ram Prasad Shrestha to investigate into the issues relating to judge at Kathmandu District Court, Raj Kumar Koirala.

Spokesperson of the Judicial Council, Man Bahadur Karki, said the committee was formed to investigate into the reality of the audio recording between judge Koirala and lawyer Rudra Pokharel to release the proprietor of Civil Saving and Credit Cooperatives Pvt Ltd, Ichchha Raj Tamang, from jail on a bail.

Bar Council decides to seek details from advocate Pokharel on bribe deal case

The Nepal Bar Council has decided to seek information from advocate Rudra Pokhrel in connection with his alleged bribe deal audio that he made with a judge.

The Council had called an emergency meeting after a bribe deal audio between advocate Pokhrel and Kathmandu District Court Judge Raj Kumar Koirala went public through a news media on Tuesday.

SC asks for original copies relating to 52 appointments in constitutional bodies

The Supreme Court (SC) has asked the Office of the President to provide the original copies of the documents relating to the then Prime Minister KP Oli’s recommendation to appoint 52 officials to the constitutional bodies.

A constitutional bench comprising five judges, including acting Chief Justice Deepak Kumar Karki, on Wednesday ordered the submission of the files on decisions made by the Constitutional Council.

NEPSE declines by 31.21 points Wednesday

Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) index declined by 31.21 points on Wednesday, the fourth trading day of the week.

The market, which has been declining since the budget announcement, had risen by 37.49 points on Tuesday.

A total of 3,034,483 shares of 229 companies were traded through 20,420 transactions on Wednesday.

A total of Rs. 843.773 million was traded on this day.

Publish Date : 22 June 2022 22:15 PM

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