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The 55-year-old former prime minister, who had obtained overwhelming majority in the same election two years ago, could not secure even simple majority in a parliament with 599 voters as over 200 MPs sat in abstention in protest and over two dozen
Maoist chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Nepali Congress vice president Ram Chandra Poudel - were far from winning majority...The five additional votes came from Rastriya Janamukti Party, Nepal Rastriya Party and Nepali Janata Dal. Similarly, out of
IST(20/7/2010) The race for Nepal Prime Minister's post has become interesting with all three major parties fielding candidates for the election to be held on Wednesday. Ram Chandra Poudel (Nepali Congress), Maoist chief Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda'
July 17, 2010 Nepal's second largest political party, Nepali Congress that has been claiming the leadership of the next government has picked up its parliamentary party leader who also serves as one of the Vice-Presidents, Ram Chandra Paudel as the
Nepal, lying in another part of the hemisphere, wants the new star of World Cup 2010 and the biggest attraction of Germany's Oberhausen town to make forecasts about its dilemma, though some are warning that the complexities of Nepal's politics could
After a cabinet meeting yesterday, prime minister Nepal asked Maoists to halt their military training programmes saying it has violated the Comprehensive Peace Accord signed between the former rebels and the then government four years ago.
With rising addiction, corruption and stress across the world and even in Nepal, yoga and ancient ayurvedic system of medicine will help the youth of the country to hark back to tradition and strengthen the fledgling democracy with better convictions
As expected, a tussle has begun among two senior most leaders of Nepali Congress to control the reins of the country’s oldest party--less than a week after GP Koirala’s death. On Wednesday, former prime minister Sher Bahadur Deuba made his claim for
Former Nepalese leader Girija Prasad Koirala described bringing peace to his country as "the last struggle of my life," and analysts fear his death could derail the faltering peace process. Koirala, who died Saturday aged 85, spent the final months
Poudel said the party reaffirmed commitment to materialise Koirala''s dream of taking the peace process to a logical end and drafting new Constitution within the timeframe. He further said the solidarity and faith expressed by the general public