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Example of impunity

By Our Reporter The government has decided to withdraw cases against those who were alleged for being involved in killing eight on-duty security officials including senior Police SP in Kailali two years ago. Furthermore, the government has decided to withdraw all criminal cases filed against protesters alleged of being involved …

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Has political crisis resolved?

By Our Reporter After conducting the 14 May local elections the political leaders especially from the Maoist Center and Nepali Congress  have started to say that the local elections has brought the politics in right track from which the ongoing political crisis is going to be ended. However, some political …

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Kantipur Vs Annapurna Post

By Our Reporter A media war has been witnessed between two media giants – Kantipur and Annapurna Post. Kantipur is all set to prove Nepal Electricity Authority managing director KulmanGhishing being involved in corruption while purchasing Led bulb saving electricity, whereas the Annapurna Post is pleading that there was no …

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If the NC-MC alliance was made 25 years ago

By Our Reporter Prime Minister Pushpakamal Dahal and NC president Sher Bahadur Deuba had developed an election alliance between NC and MC much earlier than the 14 May local elections. Deuba, while addressing a joint election assembly in Chitwan, said that such an election alliance will continue in the provincial …

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Nation at crucial juncture

By Our Reporter The political parties in the government have decided to hold the 14 May election at any cost, whereas, the Madheshi Front has announced its protest programs to disturb the elections at any cost. Both the sides are prepared for confrontation from which the politics may take a …

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Local polls still look uncertain

By Our Reporter Although local poll is now only 25 days away,, it is still uncertain whether the election will be held on the scheduled date of May 14, and if they are held, will they be conducted in a single phase. Conflicting views of the ministers and the leaders …

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How strong is republicanism?

If RPP, having belief on Hindu Kingdom, will withdraw its support from the government, the powerful republican Prime Minister PushpakamalDahal will fall down to the streets. The present constitution having secular, federal republic characteristics seems to have been facing serious crisis that if RPP will not give support to the …

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As if the government has no business!

By Our Reporter The government has already declared above 100 days as national holidays in different occasions, including the holiday on the Christmas Day. In addition, the government had announced national holiday on the day of arrival of the Indian President. Also, the government has announced national holiday in advance …

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Will President Bhandari help fix Oli-India relations?

By Our Reporter President Bidya Bhandari is scheduled to embark on a state visit to India from April 17. It will be the first foreign visit by the first female and the second President of Nepal almost 20 months after she assumed the high office. She is visiting India at …

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PM unable to convene cabinet meeting due to protocol row

By Our Reporter The cabinet meeting that used to take twice a week–on Monday and Thursday has not held since March 16 apparently due to the protocol row between Deputy Prime Minister Bimalendra Nidhi and Kamal Thapa. Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has been unable to decide which of the …

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