Tag: Nepal politics

CK Raut to quit secessionist movement, join mainstream politics

CK Raut

Raut will make the announcement at a function to be held at the City Hall in Kathmandu today afternoon, where the stage will also be

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In Syangja, leaders of RPP quit party en masse

SYANGJA: Accusing the party of being individualistic and lacking far sightedness, over 50 cadres of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) quit the party in Syangja district. Issuing a press statement,

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Asia’s anti-American communist parties gather in Kathmandu

KATHMANDU:  The regional conference of the Asian Coordination of the International Coordination of Revolutionary Parties and Organization (ICOR) has started in  Kathmandu today. Rastriya Janamorcha Nepal is the organizer of

Sanghiya Loktantrik Morcha givers one week ultimatum to government

KATHMANDU: The Sanghiya Loktantrik Morcha which has held three rounds of negotiations with the government has warned of launching an agitation if its 13-point demands were not fulfilled in a

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Nepal’s opposition and ruling parties debate President’s step

KATHMANDU: A day after Nepal’s President Dr Ram Baran Yadav endorsed the budget ordinance, ruling and political parties started debating the move. Till Tuesday, the ruling allies were slamming the

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Government has spoiled consensus talks: Sitaula

NEPALGUNJ: Nepali Congress influential leader K P Sitaula has claimed that that ruling parties have obliterated consensus talks between ruling and opposition parties to resolve political status quo. Speaking to

Nepal’s opposition parties slam budget ordinance and CA elections

KATHMANDU:  Leaders of the main opposition parties have termed the government’s decision to bring the budget through ordinance as an ‘open violation’ of democratic norms and values. They have accused

Prachanda balls another yorker, Sushil thrashes it to boundary

Rishi Dhamala, KATHMANDU: Nepal’s main opposition party- Nepali Congress- rejected the UCPN Maoist proposal to participate in the incumbent government by holding hot ministries.   Maoist supremo Puspa Kamal Dahal

Former King Gyanendra Shah speaks to the media after inaugurating former Crown Princess Himani Shah's non-governmental organization in Kathmandu
People must be cautious of immature political decisions: Nepal’s ex-king Gyanendra

KATHMANDU: Nepal’s former king Gyanendra Shah openly challenged what he called ‘immature’ and ‘myopic’ decision of political parties and called on the general public to be cautious of such decisions.

Political deadlock will end within 10 days: Mahara

KATHMANDU: Standing Committee member and organization department chief of the UCPN-Maoist, Krishna Bahadur Mahara, has claimed that the political deadlock would end within 10 days. Inaugurating the Dhulikhel municipal conference