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Police takes four days extension to investigate Bal Krishna Khand

Kathmandu, May 14: Former Home Minister and Nepali Congress leader Bal Krishna Khand will remain in police custody for another four days as Kathamndu District Court gave permission to Nepal Police to carry out investigations in the Bhutanese Refugees scam. The earlier three-day period is expiring today. Arrest warrant for

Police arrests former Home Minister Khand

The team of Kathmandu Police Complex arrested former Home Minister and Nepali Congress leader Bal Krishna Khand from his residence

Former Home Minister Khand claims not involved in refugee scam

Former Minister for Home Affairs Bal Krishna Khand said that his attention was drawn towards 'misleading' news on Bhutanese refugee

Govt. committed to provide citizenship to NRNs, Home Minister says

Home Minister Bal Krishna Khand has said the incumbent government was committed to providing citizenship to the Non Resident Nepalis

Chinese Ambassador pays courtesy call on Home Minister

KATHMANDU: Chinese Ambassador to Nepal, Hou Yanqi, paid a courtesy call on Home Minister Balkrishna Khand on Friday. Discussion was

New bill related to citizenship will be endorsed soon: Home…

KATHMANDU: Home Minister Bal Krishna Khand has assured that the new bill related to citizenship would be passed soon with

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Home Minister Khand pledges workers’ security

Minister for Home Affairs Bal Krishna Khand has said the government was committed to workers’ society and the Ministry of

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US Ambassador Berry calls on Home Minister Khand

Ambassador of the United States of America to Nepal Randy Berry on Wednesday paid a courtesy call on Home Minister

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Home Minister pays homage to Pashupatinath

Minister for Home Affairs Bal Krishna Khand went to the Pashupatinath Temple and paid homage to Lord Shiva on the

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NC parliamentary chief whip lashes out at government for nonchalance

Janakpurdham, Sept 30 : Nepali Congress parliamentary party chief whip Bal Krishna Khand has accused the government of becoming indifferent