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Krishna Shitaula’s arrogance turns costly for NC

By Our Reporter Two Nepali Congress leaders, Bimalendra Nidhi and Krishna Sitaula, turned spoilsports in the elections and contributed to reduce the size of the party in both the federal and provincial assemblies. Their arrogance against the party leadership to forge alliance with the RPP and the Madhes-based parties resulted …

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Scared top leaders limited within the constituency

By Our Reporter Except from Prime Minister and NC president SherBahadurDeuba, UML chairman KP Oli and some others, all top party leaders were unable to attend election campaigns of their concerned party organized in different districts. When RPP Democratic leader BikramPandey strongly challenged Maoist Center chairman Pushpakamal Dahal Prachanda in …

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Bombs remind Biplav’s presence in politics

By Our Reporter Bombs have made Netra Bikram Chand aka Biplva’ presence feel in the national politics. Although bombs detonated by Chand’s cadres have become too common across the country, the people as well as the candidates have totally ignored them. Chand seems to have targeted the leaders of all …

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Hurdles for Left alliance

By Our Reporter UML chairman KP Oli and Maoist Center chairman Pushpakamal Dahal Prachanda are claiming that immediately after the second phase election, the unification process between the UML and Maoist Center will start. They are confidently saying that the next government will be of the Left alliance. Oli, who …

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Horrible election expenditure

By Our Reporter Elections in Nepal are getting costlier. The local polls held earlier in three phases and the ongoing polls to the House of Representatives and state assemblies are testimony to this. Many leaders, including CPN-Maoist Centre chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal had raised questions about the high expenditure in …

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New Delhi reads too much into Nepal’s historic polls

BY SU TAN Nepalis went to the polls for a new parliament on Sunday in the first round of a two-phase election that is expected to turn the country from a monarchy to a federal republic. More than 15 million eligible voters will elect a 275-member legislature and choose representatives …

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Unsustainable “loktantra”

By Our Reporter Imagine, how many hydropower projects can be constructed from 100 billion rupees, how many kms roads can be constructed from 100 billion rupees! Unfortunately, Nepal like a poor nation is spending around 100 billion rupees just to conduct three elections. Reports say that to conduct three phases …

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Restoration of Hindu kingdom urged

By Our Reporter At a time when the leaders of the political parties are in a hurry to institutionalize secularism, federalism and republicanism in the country, different religious and social organisations are organising rallies demanding restoration of Hindu kingdom. For the last one month, everyday, different organisations are organising different …

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Government’s childish behavior

By Our Reporter How serious are our leaders in completing key infrastructural projects in the course of transforming Nepal into a prosperous nation, is a burning question as all the big rivers having huge potentiality of hydropower generation have already been sold to India and the Indians are occupying these …

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