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RJP’s opposition against September election mysterious


By Our Reporter Everyone knows that the government decided to postpone the local polls of Province 2 due to pressure from the RJP as the party shut down the election offices set up in the province and took control of the employees mobilsed in the province to hold the local …

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Maoist cadres tore ballot paper in Bharatpur with ill-intention

By Our Reporter The local level elections’ vote count in Bharatpur Metropolitan City has been postponed since Sunday midnight. The vote count was postponed for indefinite period after the representatives of the Maoist-Centre tore the ballot papers when Maoist mayoral candidate RenuDahal failed to garner expected votes from Ward No …

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Dahal’s resignation in Delhi’s instruction


By Our Reporter Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s resignation in the middle of the local election has raised question about the fate of the second phase local election now rescheduled for June 23. He announced his resignation through a televised speech on last Wednesday when his attempt to announce his …

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How successful is PM Dahal’s 10 month tenure?


By Our Reporter Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal is all set to quit after completing his 10-month tenure in the office. By the time, this issue of this weekly reaches the readers, Dahal will have resigned.  As such, everyone wants to know how successful his term was. Obviously, Prime Minister …

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When will Deuba become PM?


By Our Reporter Under the strong pressure of NC president SherBahadurDeuba, PM PushpakamalDahalwas planning to tender resignation on Tuesday by addressing the Parliament. As UML created obstacle in running the parliament business, Dahal was unable to address the Parliament.  Dahal could tender resignation to President VidyaBhandari if he had really …

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Will Rastriya Janata Party Nepal participate in elections?

By Our Reporter The second phase local poll is just three weeks away, but it is still not certain whether the Rastriya Janata Party, Nepal, the new party of six Madhes-based parties, will take part in the poll is still uncertain. The RJP has been demanding that the election should …

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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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