Monthly Archives: September 2015

  • प्रेस विज्ञप्ति करिब ७ दशकदेखिको अभिलाषा र एउटा प्रगतिउन्मुख परिवर्तनलाई संस्थागत गर्दै नेपालको संविधानसभाले ‘नेपालको संविधान, २०७२’ पारित गरी यही असोज ३ गतेदेखि लागू भएको छ । यस अवसरमा टीआई नेपाल ‘नेपालको संविधान २०७२’ लाई स्वागत गर्दै संविधानसभाका सभासद्, नेपाल सरकार र आम–नागरिकलाई हार्दिक बधाई ज्ञापन गर्दछ । साथै, टीआई नेपाल मुलुकमा दिगो शान्ति, सुशासन, […]

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  • The Constituent Assembly on Wednesday evening endorsed the Revised Bill on Nepal’s Constitution with an overwhelming two-thirds majority. Now, the Bill will become Nepal’s new charter once the lawmakers sign and the CA Chairperson authenticates it. In the CA meeting, scheduled for 5 pm on Sunday, September 20, President Dr Ram Baran Yadav will announce […]

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  • Medical students took out a rally at New Baneshwor in the Capital on Wednesday in support of agitating Dr Govind KC who is sitting on a hunger strike for the sixth time demanding reforms in the medical education sector and implementating of the Mathema committe report. Read Full Article: http://kathmandupost.ekantipur.com/news/2015-09-02/rally-in-support-of-dr-kc.html

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  • Transparency International today called on the Malaysian government to ensure independent investigations into corruption allegations, and that prosecutions and punishments are followed through, irrespective of who is implicated. Malaysia is facing a major corruption crisis. Representatives from more than 110 Transparency International chapters and members at its Annual Membership Meeting from around our global Movement asked […]

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  • Nearly 1,200 people from 130 countries gathered in Putrajaya, Malaysia to discuss one of the world’s biggest challenges: how impunity enables the spread of corruption. Delegates came together to find the most effective strategies to stop impunity and hold to account those who benefit from the abuse of power, secret deals and bribery. Governments plagued […]

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  • t a time when the four major parties are shaping Nepal’s fate and future by scripting a new constitution, more than half of the population seems to think there is no political leader who is fit to be prime minister. Nearly half the respondents in the Himalmedia National Public Opinion Survey 2015 that polled 3,517 […]

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