[Zee News] - Land Reform Minister Chandra Dev Joshi today submitted his resignation to Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai at the latter's office, saying the government has failed to take initiatives to resolve the existing political crisis. NepaTop minister resigns
[Republica] - KATHMANDU, Sept 18: Minister for Land Reform and Management Chandra Dev Joshi resigned from his post on Tuesday, expressing dissent over the government´s failure to take initiative for political consensus. Joshi, who is also the Chairman of CPN
[Himalayan Times] - KATHMANDU: Overturning a nine-year-old decision of the Judicial Council, the Supreme Court today reinstated Syangja District Court Judge Chitra Dev Joshi. Joshi was relieved from his responsibilities two years after he made critical remarks on the
[Himalayan Times] on the agenda of today's Cabinet meeting, but the discussion on the same was postponed till tomorrow as Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai sought time for more groundwork, according to Minister of Land Reforms and Management Chandra Dev Joshi.