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Will New Force become a real force?

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By Our Reporter Baburam Bhattarai formally announced his New Force as a new political party of Nepal. Bhattarai, who had led a government in the capacity of vice chairman of the then UCPN-Maoist in 2011/12, had quit the party as well as the Constituent Assembly immediately after the promulgation of …

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Oli government to continue

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By Our Reporter Prime Minister K. P. Oli has said that he was ready to hand over power if the parties agreed to form a national consensus government. A meeting of his party CPN-UML has also stressed the need for forming a consensus government to implement the new constitution. However, …

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Deuba still fails to nominate office bearers

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By Our Reporter Four months after becoming the president of Nepali Congress, Sher Bahadur Deuba has still been unable to appoint vice president and general secretary and other office bearers in the central committee. Deuba was elected to the party president by defeating Ram Chandra Poudel with a big margin …

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Will Oli get time to implement its policies and programmes?

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By Our Reporter , The government, that had almost collapsed last week, has unveiled its policies and programmes for the fiscal year 2016/17 on Sunday. President Bidya Devi Bhandari presented the government document at the Legislature Parliament. The President spent one and a half hours to read out the document …

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Will Dahal be the next PM?

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By Our Political Analyst – Considering the ongoing political developments in the country, it seems, the present KP Sharma Oli led government will face a crisis soon. In this context, again, UCPNM chair Pushpakamal Dahal can be rewarded and be the new prime minister of this country. Nepali Congress has already …

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Loktantra still on bumpy road 11 years after its establishment

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By Our Reporter -It has been 11 years since the April Uprising of 2006, also known as the second Janaandolan, that culminated in the abolishment of the monarchy and turning a Hindu Kingdom into secular republic. Ten years after the political movement staged by the Nepali Congress-led seven-party alliance and …

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