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Election yes, election no!


By Our Reporter The government has announced local election date for 14 May, although, it is hard to believe that the election is going to be held on the said date! Until now, although the political leaders are lauding for timely elections, they are trying to develop new political equation …

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Politics taking a new course

By Our Reporter The government has invited direct confrontation to the Madheshi Front by announcing the local election date for 14 May. Political observers, including the security organs have evaluated that there is no environment to hold any kind of elections by excluding the Madheshi Front. Along with the government …

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Will local election be possible on May 14?


By Our Reporter Finally, the government has announced the dates of the local elections. A cabinet meeting on Monday evening decided to hold the local elections on Sunday, May 14, 2017. “The government has decided to hold the local elections on the same day across the country on Sunday, May …

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India’s design on Nepal

India block Nepal Supplies copy

By Our Reporter Noted Communist leader Radha Krishna (RK) Mainali, in his memoire “Nalekheka Itihas” (Unwritten History), has claimed that during the 1989 people’s movement, Madhav Nepal had brought a proposal for accepting the Indian military support to end the institution of monarchy. In the book released on Saturday, writer …

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PM Dahal spends six months without business


By Pushpa Raj Pradhan Prime Minister Pushpakamal Dahal led government has completed six months without business. The present government was formed with two major responsibilities — amending the constitution by addressing the demands put forwarded by the Madheshi Front and holding local level elections by mid-April. After holding the local …

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Present coalition government to continue?


By Our Political analyst In as-it-is situation, the constitution cannot be amended and even if the date for local election is declared, there is no chance of holding elections in May. The bill to amend the constitution is impending in the Parliament. Prime Minister Pushpakamal Dahal and NC president Sher …

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A failed system


By Our Political Analyst With whatever words we decorate the present system – loktantra or new Nepal or drastic change or offensive jump – the system is not functioning on track. There was a system in panchayat. The 1989 political change had weakened our established mechanism and the 2006 political …

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Shot-in-the-arm for Nepali nationalism


By Our Reporter Since his dethronement in 2008, former King Gyanendra proceeded to Shital Niwas on 16 January where he graced the marriage ceremony of Nishakusum Bhandary, daughter of the present head of the state, Vidya Bhandary. The invitation by the president to the former monarch represents the very first …

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Former king expresses worry


By Our Reporter Former King Gyanendra who is expressing worry on the present state of chaos in the country, has urged all the Nepalis to be united under the Nepali national flag to safeguard existence, pride and glory of the country permanently. In a message to the countrymen on the …

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Parties explaining SC verdict as per their political stance


By Our Political Analyst The political parties both in support and in opposition of the amendment of the constitution have tried to explain the Supreme Court decision of Monday (2 January) as supportive to their political agenda. The leaders from the ruling parties, NC and MC, including the Madheshi Front …

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