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Nepali Congress set to be the largest party in Province 2

The ruling Nepali Congress is leading the Province 2 elections, winning more number of seats than any other party so far but the party still appears to be short of the required number to lead the district coordination committee on its own. The NC has registered victory in 33 out of 110 local units where vote counting has concluded as of Saturday. The third phase of local elections held on Se...


Accident victims also among Madhesi martyrs
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Accident victims also among Madhesi martyrs

It has come to light that the revised list of Madhesi martyrs also includes the names of an individual who died in a road mishap and another who was accidentally electrocuted. Bal Krishna Raya and Shiva Shankar Das of Saptari, who were killed during last years Madhes protests, have also been included in the revised list of martyrs. Raya died in a road mishap while Das was electrocuted, accordin...


Dahal becomes PM for the 2nd time
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Dahal becomes PM for the 2nd time

CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has been elected as the 39th Prime Minister of the country, securing a clear majority in the Legislature-Parliament on Wednesday. It is Dahals second innings as the PM. Dahal, who was the only candidate for Prime Minister, secured 363 votes out of 573 votes cast, while 210 lawmakers voted against him, Speaker Onsari Gharti Magar announced at the p...


Upendra Yadav suspects NC, Maoist motives

Efforts by CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal to appease the agitating Madhes-based parties received a jolt Tuesday evening as the taskforce formed to finalize a political document of commitment to addressing the demands of the agitating parties could not finalize the document. Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) Chairman Upendra Yadav said that the Federal Alliance as well as the...


Dahal back in Baluwatar from today
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Dahal back in Baluwatar from today

As his election as new prime minister is almost certain with the backing of 16 political parties including the largest party Nepali Congress and an independent lawmaker in parliament, CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal is going to head the government for a second time. Dahal stepped down as prime minister in May 2009 after serving for nine months following a bitter dispute with the...


Madhes-based parties not to join govt
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Madhes-based parties not to join govt

Nine of the Madhes-based political parties united under the Federal Alliance and the United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) have stated that there is no possibility of their joining the next government, which is expected to be led by CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal. A meeting of the Federal Alliance on Thursday, which has as many as 42 members of parliament from nine different ...


Madhesi Morcha in ‘wait and watch’ mode
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Madhesi Morcha in ‘wait and watch’ mode

The Madhesi Morcha is in a wait and watch mode before coming up with an official decision whether to participate in the new government to be formed by the Nepali Congress and the CPN (Maoist Center). Few Madhesi parties, which have hinted to join the Nepali Congress (NC)-CPN (Maoists center) alliance government, havent come up with an official decision yet. According to sources, half of the pa...


UDMF to vote against Oli, but won't join new govt
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UDMF to vote against Oli, but won't join new govt

Parties organized under the agitating United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) have said they will vote no confidence against the KP Sharma Oli-led government in parliament but will not join the new government until their demands are met. Altogether 280 lawmakers on Wednesday registered a no confidence motion in parliament after Prime Minister Oli refused to resign despite the CPN (Maoist Center...


Federal Alliance holding meeting at Tinkune today

A meeting of the Federal Alliance, a group of 29 political parties which is unhappy with the constitution, is taking place at Central Office of the Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) at Tinkune in the capital on Thursday. According to a FSFN source, the meeting will begin at 12 pm today. The meeting has been called to dwell on the strategy of future protests and review on the movements of the...


Push for local body election to derail federalism: Yadav
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Push for local body election to derail federalism: Yadav

Portraying the government plan to conduct local body elections by December this year as a conspiracy to derail the countrys transition into a federal set up, Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) Chairman Upendra Yadav on Tuesday declared that Madhesi parties would disrupt the polls if they were ever held. The FSFN is one of the constituents that form the United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF), ...


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