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Which party will be first in Province-2?

As the voting date of September 18 local elections is coming closer, the political parties have intensified their canvassing with the aim of emerging the largest party in the province. Leaders of major political parties have claimed that their party would emerge as the largest party in the province. Likewise, …

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Scene shifts to house

By Our Reporter Why Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba should have told the media that his pursuit of a two thirds majority in the executive parliament for constitutional amendment continues to incur the wrath of nitpickers should perhaps be explained in yet another expansion of his already bloated council of …

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Will PM Deuba strongly present Nepal’s agendas in New Delhi?

By Our Reporter Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba is now on his five-day maiden India visit. It is the first foreign trip of Prime Minister Deuba in two months after he assumed the highest executive post. He left for New Delhi on Wednesday although a section of Nepali scholars were …

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Chinese Vice Premier Wang visits Nepal

By Our Reporter Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang is now on a four-day Nepal visit. He arrived in Kathmandu from Pakistan Monday evening. His is the highest level visit of Chinese leaders to Nepal in six years. Wang’s visit that took place just a few days before Prime Minister SherBahadurDeuba’s …

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Bharatpur re-polling: mockery of democracy

By Our Reporter As intended by the Nepali Congress and the Maoist-Centre, the election results of Bharatpur Metropolitan City went in their favour. Renu Dahal, the common candidate of NC-MC and daughter of Maoist chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal won the mayoral post by a thin margin of 203 votes. While …

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Pro-Indian stance expensive for NC and MC

By Pushpa Raj Pradhan The Nepali Congress held its central working committee (CWC) meeting and the Maoist Center held its Party Secretariat meeting to evaluate the two respective party’s performance in the last local elections and to develop an election strategy for the third phase local level elections. In the …

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People’s Review enters 27 years

By Pushpa Raj Pradhan We are pleased to inform our valued readers that from this week People’s Review has completed 26 years of its publication and has started its journey in 27 years. It seems, just yesterday that we had started publication of the Weekly, it is amazing, how soon …

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Election dilemma continues

By Our Reporter The third phase of local election scheduled for 18 September is likely to be held even if the constitution is not amended. When Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and Maoist Center chairman Pushpakamal Dahal saw no possibility of amendment of the constitution before 18 September, now they …

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UML further consolidate its nationwide strength

By Our Reporter Against the expectation of the ruling Nepali Congress and the Maoist Centre, the CPN-UML emerged as the largest party  winning the largest number of  Gaunpalika (Rural Municipality) chairmen and municipality mayors in the second round of local polls held on June 28. The party had emerged largest …

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