Sunday, April 12, 2009

Prachanda visits Norway

With kantipur team and Journalist Arun Bhandari from The Himalayan Times
Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal dahal is shaking hands with Norwegian prime minister Jens Stolltenberg

A small boy from Nepal welcoming PM and his team by showing Nepali Flag
Minister of Environment and International Development of Norway Erik Soleihm and Prime minister of Nepal Pushpa Kamal Dahal on discussion

A week before our prime minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal visited Oslo, Norway for a week long Nordic trip along with his team. PM's 19-member entourage included his wife Sita, son Prakash and business leaders and government officials. We got an opportunity to attend the Press conference of Prime minister held here at Oslo with Nepali and Foreign journalists. In the press conferece, Norwegian Minister of Environment and International Development - Erik Solheim was also present and he hosted PM’s visit from Nepal .Here are some pics from the press conference.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Visiting the Norwegian Parliament

The large painting of Eidsvold convention 1814 when the Norwegian constitution was completed, the moment was depicted by 'Oscar Arnold Wergeland' It is the most well known historical painting in Norwegian art.

The Storting Chamber Voting Buttons

Norwegian Parliament which is called *The Storting Building* is located at karl Johans Gate in the heart of oslo. The people exercises the Legislative Power through the Storting.The constitution of 1814 divided the power between the executive power -the King, the legislative, budgetary and the judicial power - the courts.And consists of 169 elected members.This is picture of Storting chamberwhich is one of the most delightful Parliamentary chamber in Europe