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21 May 2024  

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SC receives another writ against arrest of KMG Chair Sirohiya

The Supreme Court (SC) has received another writ petition against the arrest of Kantipur Media Group Chairman Kailash Sirohiya. According to SC Information Officer Govinda Prasad Ghimire, another writ has reached the SC on behalf of Chairman Sirohiya. Ghimire informed that the SC administration is currently reviewing the writ to determine whether to register it or not.

Police take KMG Chair Sirohiya to Janakpur via road

Kantipur Media Group’s Chairman Kailash Sirohiya, who was arrested in connection with a forged citizenship case, is en route to Janakpur. He is traveling to Janakpur via the local road (BP Highway) from Dhulikhel, Sindhuli. Despite being under arrest, he is making the journey in his own vehicle. Dhanusha District Police received a case against Sirohiya on April 29 regarding his alleged citizenship fraud.

Property details of Education Minister Shrestha: Rs 80 million in bank savings

Education Minister Sumana Shrestha has disclosed the details of her properties. According to the property details revealed on Tuesday, Minister Shrestha has savings of Rs 80 million in the bank. This includes Rs 15,200,000 in her own account and Rs 55,784,119 in her husband’s account. She has also purchased a piece of land measuring 8-6-30 for Rs 995,000.

Arrest of KMG Chairman Sirohiya a planned conspiracy by Home Minister Lamichhane: Senior Journalist Ghimire

Senior journalist Yubraj Ghimire has stated that the arrest of Kantipur Media Group Chairman Kailash Sirohiya appears to be a planned conspiracy orchestrated by Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister Rabi Lamichhane, who is alleged to be involved in a cooperative fraud case. Speaking with Kantipur Television, Ghimire remarked that the arrest of a media operator from their media house is an attack on the media itself and highlighted it as an act against democracy.

NEPSE surges by 23.94 points, transaction amount over 5 billion

Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) has continued its bullish trend on Tuesday, the third trading day of the week. NEPSE surged by 23.94 points today. With a rise of 1.14 percent, NEPSE stabilized at 2115.94 points. Following a trading volume of around 6 billion on Monday, today’s trading volume has exceeded 5 billion.

PM Dahal owns one-storey house in Chitwan

The Council of Ministers has decided to disclose the property details of the Prime Minister and Ministers.According to the government’s announcement today, the assets of Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda have been unveiled to the public. As per the released property details, Prime Minister Dahal possesses a house with a parking area spanning 14 kathas in Ward No. 14 of Bharatpur Metropolitan City.

20 Nepali Congress MPs reach Kantipur office in support of Sirohiya amid arrest warrant

Leaders from the main opposition, Nepali Congress, converged at the Thapathali office of Kantipur Media Group (KMG) to express solidarity with Kailash Sirohiya, the Chairman of KMG, following the issuance of an arrest warrant by the Dhanusha District Court over allegations of dual citizenship. Nearly two dozen NC leaders gathered at the KMG office in Thapathali on Tuesday, engaging in discussions with Sirohiya regarding the recent legal developments. Ramhari Khatiwada, a leader of NC, who had a meeting with Sirohiya, confirmed that around 20 MPs joined him in extending their support.

HoR to begin deliberations on govt policy and program on Friday

The government’s policy and program for the fiscal year 2081/82 is scheduled to be discussed starting from Friday. Speaker Devraj Ghimire informed lawmakers on Tuesday that the government’s policies and programs would be up for deliberation starting Friday. The government is gearing up to present the budget for fiscal year 2081/82.

Amidst NC’s protest, govt tables policies and programs in parliament

The government’s policies and programs, delivered by President Ram Chandra Poudel on May 14, have been tabled for discussion in the parliament amidst protests by the main opposition party, Nepali Congress (NC). The session commenced with an address by NC Deputy General Secretary Bhadri Pandey. Following Pandey’s address, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal presented the government’s policies and programs.

 

Publish Date : 21 May 2024 22:06 PM

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