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UML-Maoist common candidates face challenges of rebels

By Our Reporter The CPN-UML and the Maoist-Centre, as they had claimed, have fielded their common candidates for the upcoming first phase elections to the House of Representatives and provincial assemblies. The two parties had to exercise hard to select the candidates as per the agreement reached to divide the …

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Former King’s remarks stir national politics


By Our Reporter Former King Gyanendra has again made news headlines due to his remarks he made on the day of Bhaitika, the last day of the Tihar festival. After receiving tika from his sister Shobha at the latter’s residence, the former King told journalists that time was ripe for …

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Heavyweight leaders contesting elections

By Our Reporter In the first phase of elections to the House of Representatives, a few heavyweight candidates will be facing tough candidates of the rival alliance. Probably, Dr. Baburam Bhattarai of the Naya Shakti Party-Nepal and Narayan Kaji Shrestha, the common candidate of the left alliance in Gorkha-2, will …

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RJP-N and FSF alliance in the Indian interests

By Our Reporter The Indian design was to isolate the UML, India’s strong critic at least for ten years from which UML would be finished. However, UML chairman KP Oli became successful to forge Left alliance with the long-term plan of unification of the two parties – UML and Maoist …

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NC-led democratic alliance gives common candidates

By Our Reporter Democratic alliance led by the Nepali Congress fielded their common candidates to the 37 constituencies of the House of Representatives and 74 constituencies of the provincial assemblies. However, unlike the UML, the NC left minimum seats to the constituents of the democratic alliance. The NC left a …

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A big constitutional joke on executive power

By Our Reporter Prime Minister SherBahadurDeuba has made the record of making the largest ever cabinet of 64 ministers in the history of this nation. But this is his compulsion. The constitution defines that a prime minister is the chief executive of the nation having excessive power. It is funny …

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Nepal Army bags gold medal in international military exercise

By Our Reporter Nepal Army (NA) has bagged the gold medal in the Exercise Cambrian Patrol 2017 held in Brecon, Wales. A 10-member NA team of the Gorakh Box Battalion led by Major Aayush Rana had participated in the exercise held from October 13 to 22. Cambrian Patrol is arduous …

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Ordinance on Medical Education issued

By Our Reporter The government has issued an ordinance on medical education as per the demands of Dr Govinda KC. The ordinance issued on Monday has a provision to ban establishment of new medical colleges in the Kathmandu Valley for next 10 years. The ordinance will come into effect after …

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