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Today’s national news in a nutshell

15 June 2023  

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

Ministry-by-ministry discussions on Appropriations Bill commence in HoR

The Ministry-by-Ministry deliberations on the Appropriations Bill, 2023 started in the House of Representatives (HoR) today. Discussions were held on the various topics related to three ministries in the House today.

Baikuntha Aryal appointed Chief Secretary

The government has appointed Baikuntha Aryal as the Chief Secretary. Aryal was appointed as the Chief Secretary by a meeting of the Council of Ministers held at the Singha Durbar, Thursday morning. Aryal, who was working as a Secretary at the Prime Minister’s Office, was retiring from his five-year tenure as Secretary on June 17.

Proposed CJ Karki vows to ensure “justice for all”

Hari Krishna Karki who has been proposed to be appointed the Chief Justice (CJ) said his primary responsibilities would be to provide fair, prompt, and quality services based on the Constitution, laws, and principles of the judiciary. Karki said he would be determined to ensure ‘justice for all’ during his term as the CJ.

Not aspired to be a judge, but embraced responsibility: Acitng CJ Karki

Hari Krishna Karki, the nominated Chief Justice, has revealed that his appointment as a Supreme Court judge was against his personal wishes. Speaking before the Parliamentary Hearing Committee on Thursday morning, he explained that he accepted the position at the request of the then Chief Justice. Karki acknowledged that he had not aspired to be a judge, but out of respect for the Chief Justice’s offer, he embraced the responsibility.

Lawmaker Panta demands govt’s opinion on non-aligned foreign policy

Lawmaker of the CPN-UML, Raghuji Panta, has demanded that the government clarify its opinion regarding the non-aligned foreign policy. In today’s meeting of the House of Representatives, he asked a questioned to the government about secularism. Panta said, “What is the government’s opinion on secularism? The parliament should be made clear about it.”

Chinese language training imparted to tourist police

Chinese language training has been imparted to tourist police. The two-month-long language training was delivered to the tourist police in collaboration among tourist police, Immersion Mandarin Academy (IMA) and East China University of Technology.

8 people arrested for their involvement in 1XBet

Eight people have been arrested for betting and advertising on the banned online betting app ‘1X Bet’. Kathmandu Valley Crime Investigation Office arrested eight people, sources said.

Arun River poses threat to nearby settlements

Continuous rainfall since the past few days has caused damages to the temporary dam of the under-construction 900- Megawatt Arun III Hydropower Project based in Sankhuwasabha district.

Publish Date : 15 June 2023 22:05 PM

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CPN (Unified Socialist) holding central committee meeting today

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Saplings planted in world heritage site Swayambhu

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