•      Mon Jan 30 2023
PM Deuba lambasts over leader Rawal’s views on MCC

RASUWA: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has reiterated that the recently ratified US grant Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Compact has been in the welfare of the country. He also dismissed negative remarks about the agreement as false. He referred to the statement of main opposition CPN (UML) leader Bhim Rawal

Bishwo Prakash Sharma
MCC accepted for development: General Secretary Sharma

  General Secretary of Nepali Congress, Bishwo Prakash Sharma, has said the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) compact was accepted for

‘Ratification of the MCC Compact enables work to continue’

KATHMANDU: The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) has acknowledged the Federal Parliament of Nepal’s decision to ratify the $500 million compact

Surkhet administration lifts prohibitory order in Birendranagar

The prohibitory order imposed in Birendranagar municipality by the local administration of Surkhet since last Monday has been lifted from

MCC opponents demonstrate amid curfew

Opponents of Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Compact demonstrated in Birendranagar today amidst a curfew order. Police have taken 23 under

Khadga Bahadur Bista
Land acquisition will be the most difficult tasks: MCA-Nepal Executive…

The much debated MCC Compact has been finally endorsed by the Federal Parliament. Now, Nepal will receive about US$ 500

Illusion, uncertainty on MCC over: NC Spokesperson Mahat

Spokesperson of Nepali Congress Dr Prakash Sharan Mahat has said the interpretative declaration on Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) grant has

Sher Bahadur Deuba
‘We will not allow Nepali land to be used against…

KATHMANDU: The government of Nepal has stated that Nepal is committed to preventing its territory from being used against any

Descriptive notes meaningless: CPN UML

Major opposition party CPN UML said that the descriptive notes on the MCC agreement between government of Nepal and the

US Embassy welcomes MCC’s ratification from Nepal’s parliament

KATHMANDU: A few hours after the House of Representatives ratified the $500 million Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Nepal Compact, the