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Universities in Nepal produce only party activists

By Our Reporter Elections of the free student unions are taking place in two weeks in Tribhuvan University and Mahendra Sanskrit University. The student organizations affiliated to the political parties have been mustering to win the elections by applying every trick. Due to the Union elections, teaching-learning environment of many …

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RPP adopts Monarchy agenda

By Our Reporter The unified Rastriya Prajatantra Party has decided to adopt Hindu Kingdom through its unity national convention to be taken place in Kathmandu this week. Also, present party chairman Kamal Thapa is likely to bag a sweeping majority in the party election after the convention of the two …

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Incompetent Deuba

By Our Reporter Many independent analysts and even NC cadres these days could be heard telling that the title of ‘incompetent’ that Nepali Congress President Sher  Bahadur Deuba had rightly received from the then King Gyanendra in 2005. They have started mocking Deuba this way for two reasons — his …

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Election politics

By Our Reporter Our political leaders never feel tired while talking about the elections but they are always worried from it , but for about two decades we have not seen election of the local bodies by those in the government who have always talked about empowering local bodies. Due …

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Partisan politics everywhere

By Our Reporter The Nepalese people this week got to know how the political parties were promoting partisan politics in every sector totally ignoring the laws and accepted practices. The government appointed Jaya Bahadur Chand, Deputy Inspector General of the Nepal Police, to the post of the Inspector General Police …

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Former King to issue message on Democracy Day

By Our Reporter Sources close to the NirmalNiwas confirm that like in the past former King Gyanendra is going to issue message on National Democracy Day on Saturday, 18 February. Of late, the former King is expressing utter dissatisfaction on the performance of the political leaders from which unity among …

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Government extends term of TRC and CIEDP

By Our Reporter The government has  extended the term of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and the Commission of Investigation on Enforced Disappeared Persons (CIEDP) last week. A meeting of the Council of Ministers held at the Prime Minister’s Residence, Baluwatar, last Thursday  extended the term of both the …

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Appointment of ambassadors in doldrums

By Our Reporter The cabinet meeting held on 9 February was all set to name new ambassadors in 13 countries but due to the internal problems, NC was unable to give names. As foreign minister Prakash Saran Mahat was on a trip to Belgium, the process of naming the ambassadors …

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Democracy Day

Let us hope that Democracy Day Saturday succeeds in arousing in Nepal a new awareness of the state of Nepali democracy. Three decades of multi-party democracy coupled with three decades of party-less democracy added to another decade of multi party democracy should have been enough experience to make corrections in …

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