•      Fri Jun 2 2023
Hari Krishna Karki recommended as Chief Justice

Kathmandu, May 8: A meeting of the Constitutional Council held this evening has decided to recommend Acting Chief Justice Hari Krishna Karki as the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (SC). A meeting of the Council held at the Prime Minister's official residence unanimously recommended Karki's name for the CJ,

Many verdicts on development and environment conservation: Acting CJ Karki

Acting Chief Justice Hari Krishna Karki has said there were many court verdicts on development and environment conservation.

Nepal Bar demands to appoint Chief Justice within seven days

The Nepal Bar Association has drawn the attention of the government to proceed with the process of appointing the Chief

NBA asked government to appoint Chief Justice immediately

The Nepal Bar Association's 48th central executive council's meeting concluded here Sunday, issuing a 23-point Birgunj Declaration.

PM Dahal assures of early recommendation of candidate for appointment…

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has asserted that it was an important matter to recommend candidate for the appointment

NBA calls for finalising appointment of CJ immediately

Nepal Bar Association, an umbrella organisation of law practitioners, has demanded to finalize the appointment of Chief Justice as soon

Legal proceedings available in software, Chief Justice inaugurates service

The legal proceedings- punishment and fine, recovery, property in confiscated in crime- of the courts are now available in software.

Impeachment motion against CJ Rana still active: Minister Karki

Kathmandu: The government has said the impeachment motion against (suspended) Chief Justice Cholendra Shumsher JB Rana has not turned null

Writ filed against letter lifting suspension of CJ Rana

Kathmandu: A writ petition has been filed at Supreme Court demanding the cancellation of parliament secretariat’s letter which has mentioned

‘Next parliament can continue investigation on suspended CJ Rana’

The Former Justices' Forum Nepal has said the parliament to be formed after the coming elections can continue investigation into