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Paramananda Jha

As Nepal Vice-President

Paramananda Jha took over as the new Nepal Vice-President in July 2008. India and the UN congratulated Jha soon after he assumed office.

Paramananda Jha in News

Parmananda Jha may retake oath as Nepal Vice President
Nepal Vice President Paramananda Jha who remains inactive after the Supreme Court verdict nullified his oath of office taken in Hindi language will retake the oath on Sunday. ANI

Nepal President Ram Baran Yadav to visit India
The Council of Ministers (CoM) has approved Nepal President Ram Baran Yadavs three-day official visit to India, scheduled to start from February 15. ANI

Nepal Vice Presidents position defunct from today
Paramananda Jhas position as Nepal Vice President has become defunct from Monday with Jhas refusal to take oath in Nepali within the deadline given by the Supreme Court. ANI

Madhesi parties protest against forced swearing-in in Nepal
The Madhesi parties has asked Nepal President Dr Ram Baran Yadav to find a respectable way out to Vice President Parmananda Jhas oath-retaking controversy. ANI

Nepal Vice President accuses Supreme Court of acting beyond jurisdiction
Nepal Vice President Paramananda Jha has said that the Supreme Court (SC) acted out of jurisdiction while issuing the order that said his berth will be automatically inactivated if he failed to retake the oath in Nepali language within seven days. ANI

Foreign Secretary Menon to visit Nepal
Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon is visiting to Nepal for a two-day visit from today. ANI

Madhav Kumar sworn-in as Nepal Prime Minister
Newly elected Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal took oath of office and secrecy on Monday. ANI

Nepal Vice President urges parties to focus on statute drafting process
Nepal Vice-President Parmananda Jha on Monday accused the political parties of neglecting the Constitution-drafting process and engaging themselves in power-seeking game. ANI

Govt ready to redefine major parties: Khanal
The Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist-Leninist (CPN-UML) General Secretary Jhalanath Khanal said on Sunday that the government is all set to table a proposal at the legislature-parliament in a bid to resolve the differences among the political parties over the definition of major parties as mentioned in the interim constitution. ANI

Nepal Vice President defends his remarks
Nepal Vice President Paramananda Jha today claimed that he was forced to speak in defense of the constitution as the parties had gone against it by protesting the concept of federalism. ANI

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