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Revisiting Khesum Village — icon of Tibet’s democratic reform

LHASA, March 28 (Xinhua) — Two hours of drive southeast from Lhasa, capital of Tibet Autonomous Region, brings one to Khesum village, situated amongst the mountainous landscape along the Yarlung River valley. Small as the village is, with a population of just 700, Khesum was the starting point of sweeping …

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Iron bread for the government

By Our Reporter The civil servicemen’s unions which are affiliated with different political parties have become iron bread for the government. The other day, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and Minister Lalbabu Pandit warned that the civil servicemen must go to the new office where they have been transferred. If …

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Deuba is likely to become weak in the party

By Our Reporter Nepali Congress, the oldest democratic party of Nepal, was the largest party of Nepal until December 21, 2017, when the second phase elections to the Federal Parliament and Provincial Assemblies Concluded. But once the results of FPTP elections started coming out, the party was pushed to a …

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Support for Oli conducive to China-Nepal cooperation

BY AI JUN Nepalese Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, who was appointed to the post in February, won a historic vote of confidence with a three-quarters majority in the House of Representatives at Nepal’s Federal Parliament on Sunday, according to The Kathmandu Post. Such overwhelming support will guarantee the nation’s …

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Western influence in the government

By Our Reporter Along with appointment of Yubraj Khatiwada as the finance minister in the present KP Sharma Oli led cabinet, observers have started to say that the Oli government is neither pro-India nor pro-China but it is a pro-west. PM Oli, under the design of the West, had appointed …

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PM Oli intends to become more powerful by centralizing power

By Our Reporter Prime Minister K. P. Oli, who has been bracing to form a powerful government of a two-thirds majority in the centre by trying to induct the two Madhes-based parties—Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal and Federal Socialist Forum Nepal, has also initiated process to centralize power in the Prime Minister …

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Why two thirds majority?

By Our Reporter It is clear, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli led government is trying to secure two-thirds majority to amend the constitution. Whether the government is intended to please the Indians by amending the constitution or there are other agendas to fulfill while securing two-thirds majority, the government has …

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Who will be next President?

By Our Reporter The Election Commission has decided to hold the election of the President on March 13. The EC fixed the date after consulting with the political parties. The members of the federal parliament and the provincial assemblies will cast their votes in the elections. As the left alliance …

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Oli-Khatiwada relations

By Our Reporter Always, when there is the government either participated by UML or led by UML, Dr Yubraj Khatiwada is always being rewarded. There are many other academicians in UML, even though, whenever Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli gets chance, he has assigned Khitiwada in key posts. Earlier, Khatiwada …

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Will corruption rate be reduced?

By Our Reporter According to the Transparency International report, Nepal is ranked among the most corrupt nations. Of late, the country is enjoying republicanism and communists have enjoyed power time and again, even though, year by year, Nepal has been recognized as a corrupt nation. The very people, who were …

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