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Prime Minister expands cabinet to save his govt

By Our Reporter Three days after the Madhes-based parties threatened to withdraw their support to the government, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal inducted three ministers from the RastriyaPrajatantra Party in the government. PM Dahal appointed Kamal Thapa to the post of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Federal Affairs and …

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All eyes towards Delhi


By Pushpa Raj Pradhan Whether the local election will be held on 14 May or it will be postponed, even the supreme leaders of the political parties are not sure. For the last 19 years, the nation has not been able to conduct the local body election. After a long …

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Politics for power

By Our Reporter The leaders of major political parties, although, are lauding for 14 May local level election, are busy in power politics. Prime Minister Pushpakamal Dahal wants to prolong his tenure whereas NC President Sher Bahadur Deuba is preparing for becoming the next prime minister before the Budget presentation. …

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By Our Reporter Elections of the Free Students Union under Tribhuvan University flopped this year as the elections could not be held in the big campuses within and outside the capital city. Of the 60 TU constituents campuses, the elections of FSU were held only in 22 campuses due to …

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Local elections doubtful on May 14

By Our Reporter Although the government and the Election Commission are making preparations to hold the local polls on May 14, people still suspect whether the polls will be possible on May 14.  When the Madhes-based parties, the Maoist led by Netra Bikram Chand and Naya Shakti of Dr Baburam …

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Amendment to statue unlikely

By Our Reporter Lawmakers of various political parties, including the agitating Madhesi parties and the ruling Nepali Congress and CPN Maoist Centre, have registered 15 amendment proposal to the Constitution Amendment Bill brought in by the government in November last year. The Madhesi parties registered a proposal seeking amendment to …

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National sovereignty and identity under threat

By Our Reporter The activities of the government and the political parties have put national sovereignty and the identity at risk. The ruling parties seem to be working at the instructions of the foreign forces while many international organisations are pouring money to convert the Hindus and Budhhists into Christians.  …

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Local election or confrontation?

By Our Reporter With the announcement of date of the local election, the politics of the nation has been polarized in the two opposite directions with the ruling parties and the main opposition, the CPN-UML intensifying their election-oriented activities and the Madhes-based parties threatening to disrupt the elections. The Madhes-based …

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Former king Gyanendra expresses worries in his Democracy Day message

By Our Reporter Former king Gyanendra Shah, as usual, issued a congratulatory note to the Nepalis on the occasion of the 67th Democracy Day citing his grandfather the late Tribhuvan’s contribution to ushering in a democratic era. “On this auspicious day I want to recall our grandfather, the late Tribhuvan …

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Universities in Nepal produce only party activists


By Our Reporter Elections of the free student unions are taking place in two weeks in Tribhuvan University and Mahendra Sanskrit University. The student organizations affiliated to the political parties have been mustering to win the elections by applying every trick. Due to the Union elections, teaching-learning environment of many …

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