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Has India changed her Nepal policy?

By Our Political Observer What Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s special envoy and Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and our prime minister in waiting KP Sharma Oli talked about during their 45 minutes long one-on-one meeting last week in Kathmandu we don’t know. However, Indians were very happy, according …

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Oli-Dahal yet to find unification key

By Our Reporter The unification process between the CPN-UML and the Maoist Centre has not made any important headway although chiefs of both the parties have been holding one meeting after another to accelerate the unification process. It seems instead of doing concrete works on the unification, the two top …

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UML-Maoist unification process in dilemma

By Our Reporter Although the supreme leaders of UML and Maoist Center have been giving top priority to the UML-Maoist unification of the two left parties, there is no further development in such a unification. Immediately after KP Sharma Oli’s return from Bangkok, the two supreme leaders held talks but …

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Constancy for political instability?

By Our Reporter Although the Left alliance leaders claim that they would rule the nation for five years and then it will continue to rule the nation for fifty years, it becomes difficult to believe that it would rule for five years. Problem in unification: Earlier to the elections of …

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New government only in February?

By Our Reporter Formation of the new government is likely to delay, thanks to the ego between  K P Oli UML chair and Sher Bahadur Deuba, NC boss and Prime Minister. When these two leaders made the National Assembly Election Ordinance an issue of prestige with Oli trying to prevent …

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Can we witness political stability?

By Our Reporter May be, KP Sharma Oli, prime minister in waiting, wants to live a life having significance and he is really trying to do something significant during his lifetime. But his partner Pushpakamal Dahal is thinking that he has more life than Oli and he wants to grab …

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Constitutional crisis:Which first, government or National Assembly?

By Our Reporter With the successful conclusion of the elections to the House of Representatives and State Assemblies, the country should have entered a new phase of political stability. But it could not happen as the Nepali Congress and the CPN-UML made the formation of the National Assembly an issue …

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Communists to rule Nepal for at least five years

By Our Reporter The left alliance of the CPN-UML and the CPN-Maoist Centre have swept the elections to both the  House of Representatives and provincial assemblies winning over a two-thirds seats in the federal parliament under the First-Fast-The-Post elections. They have also won comfortable majority in six of the seven …

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Political parties claiming their victory

By Our Reporter How will be the structure of the upcoming House of Representatives, the major political parties are calculating. Political observers have claimed that UML is to secure first position with the strength of 65 to 70 seats; NC to secure second position with 40 to 50 seats, Maoist …

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