President Bhandari dissolved the lower house for the second time in five months on May 22 and announced snap elections on November 12 and November 19.
Later on, Maharshi Patanjali developed the philosophy of Yoga in a more refined and systematic manner, he said. 'Yoga doesn't belong to any particular religion or religious sect,' Oli said.
With the order, there are only five ministers left in Oli's Cabinet, including the Prime Minister.
The writ filed by senior advocate Dinesh Tripathi urged the apex court to rescind the caretaker prime minister's decision to induct new ministers.
Bhandari's announcement came after Oli recommended the dissolution of the 275-member House following an emergency midnight Cabinet meeting.
President Bidya Devi Bhandari's announcement came after Prime Minister Oli recommended the dissolution of the 275-member House following an emergency midnight Cabinet meeting.
However, the apex court has told to come up with written responses within 15 days regarding the oath taken by the prime minister on Friday.
Nepal President Bidya Devi Bhandari initiates govt formation, gives 3 days time to parties to stake claim
The Office of the President, in a statement on Monday, said President Bhandari has decided to invite parties to form a majority government pursuant to Article 76 (2) of the Constitution of Nepal.
The Central Working Committee of the Nepali Congress decided to take initiative to form a new government under its leadership, according to party's senior leader Prakash Man Singh.
The prime minister said the agreement signed by Nepal and China for the assistance to railway connectivity is an important document of his visit.
Modi was speaking during a joint press meet after holding talks with Oli, who said that Nepal wanted to create a strong relationship based on mutual trust.
Indian PM Modi, Nepal counterpart K P Sharma Oli jointly inaugurate Janakpur-Ayodhya direct bus service
Modi flagged off the bus after visiting the famed 20th century Janaki temple, dedicated to the Hindu goddess Sita, where he offered special prayers.
After the bilateral talks, PM Modi said India will continue to support Nepal as per that country's priorities, adding both sides have agreed to expedite all connectivity projects.