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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 …

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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 …

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Has Hindu kingdom agenda ended?


By Our Political Analyst After the shameful defeat of the three splinter RPPs (Rastriya Prajatantra Parties) – carrying the agenda of Hindu kingdom – some RPP wallas wrote on their status in social networks that in the country having above 90 percent of the Hindu population, it is astonishing when …

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Is Deuba going to tender resignation from party chief?

By Our Reporter The elections have put NC President and Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba in a difficult position. Deuba, who had said that an astrologer had told him that he would become Nepal’s PM for seven times, has lost not only the chance of becoming PM for the fifth …

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Would be chief ministers

By Our Reporter In No 1 province, Sherdhan Rai (Oli camp) is almost sure to become the chief minister. Bhim Acharya (Sunsari), brother in law of JN Khanal, is also the candidate to get the post of the chief minister, however, he will have less chance to become the chief …

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What led to NC’s humiliating defeat?


By Our Reporter The Nepali Congress that had emerged as the biggest party in the Constituent Assembly elections of 2013 and had won majority seats in the 1990 and 1999 general elections fared very badly in the recent elections to the House of Representatives and provincial assemblies. It won just …

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How many parties will be recognized as national parties?

By Our Reporter The regulation of compulsory bagging minimum three per cent votes [threshold] along with compulsory election on one member from the direct election will limit presence of small parties in the parliament. The UML, Maoist Center, NC, RJP-N and Federal Socialist Forum are sure to be recognized as …

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Left alliance gives new lease of life to Maoist Center

By Our Reporter The left alliance has turned the biggest boon for the CPN-Maoist Centre. The party that was almost sure to lose its political strength this time made a strong comeback after forging alliance with the CPN-UML. The party that had dropped to the third position winning just 26 …

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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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