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Mounting Problems

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The conclusion of the second phase of elections to local government Wednesday (yesterday) will have brought the bulk of the country theoretically under local government. The second phase saw it possible under stricter security supervision than in the first and the third phase is due in a little over two …

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Political psyche

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Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba is planning to go to Delhi after the second phase of elections and before the third phase elections. Earlier to Deuba’s visit, DPM and foreign minister Krishna Bahasdur Mahara is scheduled to go to Delhi to pay courtesy call on his counterpart Sushma Swaraj. After …

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Jeopardy Again

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One fails to see constitutionalism functioning in the establishment’s approach begrudging a rounded view to the Tarai problem. There is politics no doubt in portraying the Tarai demands in bad light. The media and our ruling cabal have conveniently forgotten that the demands the Tarai continue to harp on were …

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Silver Lining

As government finally forms itself and readies for the much promised elections to the second phase after the much promised amendments to woo participants in the Tarai, realization of fundamental truths are gradually seeping into fundamental discourses on account of the first phase. The newly elected local level representatives are …

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Jumbo Size Budget

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The government on 29 May presented a jumbo-sized budget for the fiscal year 2017/18. The budget worthRs 1278.99 billion is the largest ever budget the nation has seen. The budget has allotted funds for provincial elections and federal elections to be held in the coming fiscal year. Accordingly, after first …

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Random Thoughts on Nepal’s Local Polls

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By Prabasi Nepali Moderate Rouhani Wins Decisively in Iran Last Saturday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani won a resounding re-election victory as voters overwhelmingly supported his efforts to rebuild foreign relations and at the same time propel the struggling economy. He won 23.5 million votes – 57 percent – compared to …

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Poll Momentum

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The haste to usher in a ‘new Nepal’ through implementation of an exclusive constitution by the conduct of its first elections can merely reflect the flaws. The fact is that the constitutional issues remaining did trigger the electoral division of the country in its very first stage. Our monopolists can …

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Transient Still

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A consistent but permeable factor hindering the elections scheduled this Sunday is the virtual absence of public trust in the politics of our country. One thing is for sure though. Despite the public meanderings our political class must make sure that the electoral democracy they espouse must be sealed and …

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The Haunting

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A little over ten years ago the country was going to polls in municipalities that had been made bereft of elected representatives just as the country, in a little over a week from today, is scheduled to go to polls in selected regions in the supposedly first phase of local …

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Fast Track?

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Curiosity heightens. What prompts the Madhesh- centered parties to combine into two and what wisdom bestows them to shed their regional colors and allow them to assume a national nomenclature in course of their election talks with government is merely one of the many mysteries unfolding in Nepal’s political mysteries. …

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