The base of Maoists is continuously shrinking

The base of Maoists is continuously shrinking

18 November, Kathmandu. In the initial trend of counting votes towards the proportionality of the House of Representatives, the Maoist Center National Swatantra Party (RASWPA) was also behind. When the counting of votes ended, the Maoist secured third place both proportionally and directly, but got fewer votes than last time. Till the time of preparing … Read more

‘Head’ wins, heavyweight loses, Team Revenge punished

'Head' wins, heavyweight loses, Team Revenge punished

12 November, Kathmandu. Before the elections to the House of Representatives, a campaign on social media attracted the attention of many people. The No Not Again campaign was launched to say that top leaders of various parties and MPs who have been elected multiple times should not be re-elected. The top leaders of the major … Read more

How did a new candidate emerge in the party’s bastion?

How did a new candidate emerge in the party's bastion?

8 November, Kathmandu. This time new public representatives have been approved in areas known as strongholds and vote banks of big parties for a long time. After repeatedly projecting same and similar faces as candidates, voters have finally found it easy to trust new and untested candidates. How is this possible? We have accounted for … Read more

Oli’s first phone call to Prachanda after CPN split: Let’s move forward together

Oli's first phone call to Prachanda after CPN split: Let's move forward together

8 November, Kathmandu. UML President KP Oli has asked Maoist President Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda to move forward together. On Thursday afternoon, Oli called Prachanda to make such a request. ‘As the bitterness is rising, it has become too much, now let’s sit down and talk,’ the source said, quoting what Oli said, adding, ‘The … Read more

Ranju Darshan’s bail canceled

'My candidature is a rebellion against the chaos of the parties'

8 November, Kathmandu. The deposit of Member of the House of Representatives Ranju Newpane (Darshan) has been forfeited. Ranju, who actively entered politics from the Discreet Common Party, stood as an independent candidate this time for the Member of the House of Representatives from Kathmandu constituency No. 5. However, only 1.4 percent of the total … Read more

Outgoing MPs Shrestha and Manandhar could not escape bail

Outgoing MPs Shrestha and Manandhar could not escape bail

8 November, Kathmandu. Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP) sitting MPs Rajendra Shrestha and Ramveer Manandhar, who were rejected by the UML, were re-nominated to the House of Representatives from Kathmandu constituency number 7. Although both could not save the bail. The total number of Sadar votes in this area is 36 thousand 61. Shrestha got 6.8 … Read more

Thapa of Samyukta Samajwadi Party and Shahi Dailekh of Congress were elected MPs.

Thapa of Samyukta Samajwadi Party and Shahi Dailekh of Congress were elected MPs.

8 November, Kathmandu. Ammar Bahadur Thapa of Samyukta Samajwadi Party and Dikpal Kumar Shahi of Nepali Congress have won as members of the House of Representatives from Dailekh. Thapa has won as MP from Area No. 1 and Shahi from Area No. 2. Thapa defeated CPN-UML candidate Ravindraraj Sharma by a margin of 849 votes. … Read more

In Dang 1 opposite Metmani, Indrajeet and Gangaram clash towards the state assembly

Indrajit repeatedly tries to stop Gangaram.

CPN Maoist Center candidate Indrajit Chowdhary and UML candidate Gangaram Bhattarai (right). November 6, Dang. United Socialist Party’s candidate for the House of Representatives from Dang Area No. 1, Metmani Chowdhary, has maintained a steady lead. But in State Assembly 1, UML candidate Gangaram Bhattarai has contested against Indrajit Chowdhary of Maoist Centre. State Legislative … Read more

UML leads in proportional votes, Independence Party ahead of Maoists

UML leads in proportional votes, Independence Party ahead of Maoists

6 November, Kathmandu. In the preliminary vote count for the proportional election to the House of Representatives, the CPN-UML is in the lead. UML got 67 thousand 844 votes while Nepali Congress is second with 58 thousand 871 votes. According to the Election Commission, according to the information received from across the country till 10:30 … Read more

Prakashman’s victory when newcomers scattered, Mishra’s defeat due to ‘path change’

Prakashman's victory when newcomers scattered, Mishra's defeat due to 'path change'

6 November, Kathmandu. Congress candidate Prakashman Singh was not a popular candidate in recent times. But the division of his opponents and new candidates and party votes made it possible for him to win. However, it was not an easy contest for the fourth time MP from Kathmandu-1. Singh, who was leading RPP’s new leader … Read more

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