Published on Mar 01 2015 // Featured, Opinion
Say ‘No’ to bribe
By Leela Mani Paudyal Corruption is a poorly conceived notion in our society, therefore corruption control becomes more illusion than reality. For many people, it is a simple thing to punish severely to those who indulge in corrupt practices. For some others, corruption is an incomprehensible act of...

Published on Jan 23 2015 // Featured, Nepal News
Kathmandu: The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has lodged a case against the Kathmandu District Committee Chairman of CPN (UML) Nirmal Kuinkel and Nepali Congress leader Sushil Nahata and some government officials on the charge of misusing Rs 465 million from the Pashupati...

Published on Jan 04 2015 // Featured, Nepal News
The Good Governance and Monitoring Committee of the Legislature-Parliament has summoned Prime Minister Sushil Koirala at its upcoming meeting to discuss the changed structural framework of the National Vigilance Center (NVC) and for the guarantee of good governance. The NVC, a government body established...

Published on Dec 03 2014 // Business, Featured, Nepal News, Slideshow
Rs 550 million was embezzled in Chameliya Hydel Project: PAC
Public Accounts Committee Meeting Kathmandu: The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the Legislature-Parliament today concluded that Rs 550 million was embezzled by the top-level politicians and officials including former ministers and secretary in the construction process of Chameliya Hydropower Project...

Published on Nov 02 2014 // Nepal News
CIAA arrests officials for misusing fund meant for nationwide vaccination program
Kathmandu: The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has held 12 top level officials of Health Department, Kathmandu, for their involvement in massive financial irregularities in the nationwide vaccination program. The top level officials were arrested for gobbling up the huge...

Published on Oct 31 2014 // Nepal News
Police, judiciary, political parties, civil servants most corrupt in Nepal: DFID report
DFID Logo Kathmandu: A DFID report has identified the police, judiciary, political parties and civil service as institutions particularly affected by corruption. A report entitled ‘DFID’s Approach to Anti-Corruption and Its Impact on the Poor’ released today states that here is a growing sense...

Published on Oct 20 2014 // Nepal News, Slideshow, Sports
Ganesh Thapa is no ANFA Chairman for two months
Kathmandu: Amid allegations from parliamentary body and the ANFA committee members on massive financial corruption, All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) Chairman Ganesh Thapa has prorogued his post for two months. The anti-graft body Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) is investigating...