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UML emerges as a strong party


By Pushpa Raj Pradhan Until the writing of this report on Tuesday, the UML was leading in the voting result of the local election. The Nepali Congress, the largest party in the last CA elections, was following the UML. It is shameful that the Maoist Center, which had become the …

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Fate of second phase election uncertain


By Our Reporter Although it is now almost sure that the first phase of election will be held in the scheduled date of May 14, as an election friendly environment has already been in place, the fate of the second phase local poll looks uncertain. The government, which had earlier …

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Leaders practicing autocracy; system has collapsed


By Pushpa Raj Pradhan The two cases of misuse of the impeachment motion against CIAA chief Lokman Singh and Supreme Court chief justice SushilaKarki, has clearly provided the evidence that the present constitution has collapsed. In both the cases, the political leaders have been very badly exposed. Misuse of impeachment: …

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When the nation is defeated

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By Pushpa R. Pradhan   Finally, Delhi has demonstrated her political strength by showing its ownership on the Madheshi parties. This is not a surprise. The six Tarai centric political parties have been unified into the RastriyaJanata Party (RJP) under Indian initiative and support. The Indians have shown their ownership …

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PM Dahal in dilemma


By Our Reporter Finally, the slogan of identity introduced by the Maoists is going to collapse Pushpakamal Dahal “Prachanda” and the Maoist Center itself as the Madheshi Front which is struggling for identity has become a serious headache for Dahal. There is just one month left for the local unit …

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Local elections on 14 May still doubtful


By Our Reporter Although only 38 days are left to hold the local elections, it is still uncertain whether the local election will be organised on the scheduled date of May 14. When the Madhes-based parties are still threatening to boycott and disrupt the local polls, the Naya Shakti of …

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Dahal visits China without solid agenda, yet looks happy


By Our Reporter Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal returned home on Wednesday after completing his six-day  goodwillvisit to China. He had flown to Hainan of China on March 23 leading a 12-member Nepali delegation to participate in the Annual Conference of Boao Forum amidst criticism that he was flying to …

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Election Commission irritates RPP, Jamal turns into a battle field


By Our Reporter Many had probably never imagined in May 2006 that the Rastriya Prajatantra Party, portrayed as a pro-king party, would never dare to challenge the Home administration in a period of 11 years. But the party, especially after the unification of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party and RPP-N, the …

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Huge number participate in martyr Gautam’s funeral


By Our Reporter After the killing of GovindaGautam in Nepali territory in Punarbash Municipality, Kanchanpur by the Indian Border Security Force, thousands of locals came down in the streets to protest against the Indian atrocities. They shouted anti-India slogans and asked India to stop border encroachments. Finally, the government was …

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