Thursday , March 22 2018
Home / Political News / Analytical News (page 2)

Analytical News

Democracy Day observed without public enthusiasm

PM Oliaa

By Our Reporter The 68th Democracy Day was observed on Monday in Kathmandu and the provincial headquarters by organising various programmes at the government levels. However, public enthusiasm in the national event was not noticed. This was the first Democracy Day marked after fulfilling the major demand—running state affairs as …

Read More »

Five political parties choose kin of leaders, business tycoon in PR seats

By Our Reporter The political parties, which had drawn flak for nominating their kin in the Constituent Assemblies under the proportionate representation (PR) electoral system, did not correct themselves while selecting the lawmakers to the House of Representatives under the PR election system. The powerful leaders succeeded to send their …

Read More »

There are good reasons for the army’s popularity in Pakistan

By ATTA RASOOL MALIK The ideological origins of the Pakistan Army can be traced back to what is known in British histories as the ‘The Indian Mutiny.’ Its objective was to reinstate to power in Delhi the Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah. This was India’s First War of Independence and was …

Read More »

Unification of UML and Maoist-Centre: Moves at snail’s pace


By Our Reporter Although the leaders of the CPN-UML and the Maoist Centre had promised to unify their parties immediately after the elections to the House of Representatives and provincial assemblies, the unification process has not made any tangible headway even two months after the elections concluded. However, leaders of …

Read More »

How will India treat Oli?

By Our Reporter Indian prime minister Narendra Modi gave a phone call to our prime minister in waiting KP Sharma Oli on 21 January extending invitation to Oli for a visit to India once the new government will be formed here. This is the Indian gesture that she will not …

Read More »

Optical Fiver linked with China : Indians feel Nepal gone out of their grip


By Our Reporter Finally, Nepal has ended her dependency on India at least in Internet by formally joining hands with China to offer internet services to its citizens. According to the officials, availability of Chinese internet ended India’s decades-long monopoly of the Himalayan nation’s cyber connectivity network. Minister for Information …

Read More »

Dr. Govinda KC vs Chief Justice, who will win?

By Our Reporter The row between Dr Govinda KC and Chief Justice Gopal Parajuli continues even the former was released by the SC without bail. Although it will be too early to forecast the winner of the clash, CJ Justice Parajuli is likely to be ultimate loser as the ‘gorilla’ …

Read More »

Left unification looks challenging

By Our Reporter When the CPN-UML and the CPN-Maoist Centre in the middle of the Dashain in October last year made their surprise decision to forge electoral alliance they had also said that the two communist parties would be unified immediately after the elections. However, even about a month after …

Read More »

Why Maoists stick in government yet?

By Our Reporter The CPN-Maoist Centre has not yet quit the government and dozens of its leaders are enjoying the pays and perks as ministers without portfolios. They had denied quitting the government stating that the Deuba-led government could postpone the elections if they quit it. Now the elections have …

Read More »

Government only after NA election

By Our Reporter It seems the dispute between the CPN-UML and the Nepali Congress will only delay the formation of the new government under CPN-UML’s K P Oli. Due to the ego between Oli and Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, no decision has been taken on the election of the …

Read More »