KATHMANDU: Despite a large section of party leaders are quitting the CPN (UML) alleging it of not abiding by its own agreements on federalism and
KATHMANDU: Gripped by election fever, Nepal’s quasi-communist party CPN (UML) is holding its central committee meeting today. The meeting is expected to discuss the party’s strategy after the formation of
KATHMANDU: CPN (UML) Chairman Jhalanath Khanal has claimed that election government would be formed within few days as the major political powers have reached very near to consensus. The four
KATHMANDU: The standing committee meeting of the CPN (UML) called for today has been put off. Party senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal and general secretary Ishwor Pokhrel and some leaders
KATHMANUD: The emergency meeting of the central committee of the CPN (UML) called to take a final decision on the party’s stance on Chief Justice-led government is underway at the
KATHMANDU: Following the political wrangling over the formation of the new government under the leadership of the sitting Chief Justice or independent figure, the President has started separate parleys with
KATHMANDU: CPN (UML) Chairman Jhalanath Khanal pledged to topple the Bhattarai-led ‘totalitarian government’ through the anti-government protests. “This government was exhibiting its totalitarian regime. This should be thrown through the
KATHMANDU: Optimistic CPN-UML Chairman Jhalanath Khanal has said people have supported the oppositions’ anti-government demonstrations. “This is the right time to unseat the Baburam Bhattarai-led government through the street protests.
ILAM: Opposition party CPN (UML) Chairman Jhalanath Khanal tody warned of toppling the Bhattarai-led government through the anti-government demonstrations. Like before, the street protests are enough to topple the current
KATHMANDU: In its bid to expedite anti-government protests, opposition CPN (UML) is calling a special meeting of the central leaders and leading cadres at the party’s central office, Balkhu, today.