The Three Dimensions of the Chinese and Nepalese Revolution: A Comparison

Napoleon Bonaparte, the great French ruler who dreamed of becoming the emperor of the world, called China a sleeping monster. At a time when China was going through the autocratic rule of the Qing dynasty and the Japanese colonies. Doctor. The Komintang Nationalist Party movement led by Sun Yatsen overthrew the Qing dynasty and established… Continue reading The Three Dimensions of the Chinese and Nepalese Revolution: A Comparison

Supreme Court issues interim order to stop teachers from party politics

December 27, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court has issued an interim order barring teachers elected as delegates to the General Conference of the Nepali Congress from being voters at any level of convention and working committee. The government teachers had filed a writ petition in the Supreme Court alleging that the Congress representative was elected and… Continue reading Supreme Court issues interim order to stop teachers from party politics

Rekha Thapa: Number one in film, candidate in politics

19 December, Kathmandu. Angered by the crying of actress Niruta Singh in the Nepali film, the audience liked the style of actress Rekha Thapa, who debuted with ‘Hero’. When Rekha Thapa made her film debut two decades ago, her ‘bold’ style won the hearts of the audience. After this Rekha ruled the Nepali film industry… Continue reading Rekha Thapa: Number one in film, candidate in politics

RPP president, 4 vice presidents and 3 general secretaries will come from the election

Participants of the RPP General Convention that began at Bhrikuti Pavilion, Kathmandu. Photo: Vikas Shrestha / Online News. December 15, Kathmandu. The General Conference of the Rashtriya Prajatantra Party has approved the amended Constitution. The legislative amendment prepared by the Niranjan Thapa-led committee was approved in the general conference that began on Wednesday. Now for… Continue reading RPP president, 4 vice presidents and 3 general secretaries will come from the election

Ideological debate in UML and Ghanshyam itself

The neo-democracy slogan raised by the founding leader of the CPN (Maoist) Pushp Lal was widely used by underground communists. Now that the character of Nepali society has become capitalist, Ghanshyam Bhusal is at the forefront of the idea that it should be reinterpreted, but he is alone. November 1, Kathmandu. There is resentment within… Continue reading Ideological debate in UML and Ghanshyam itself

Advocacy to increase the number of women in the main office bearers of the party

From left, CPN-Maoist central leader Pampha Bhusal, Nepali Congress leader Pushpa Bhusal and CPN-UML leader Thamaya Thapa. 30 October, Kathmandu. In the UML Legislative Assembly session held at Lalitpur from 15 to 17 September, most of them raised the issue of proportional participation in every body of the party with priority. Delegates to the General… Continue reading Advocacy to increase the number of women in the main office bearers of the party

Politics in court siege

There is a proverb related to our history – ‘If justice is not given, then go to Gurkhas’. Later, Rana held the key of justice in his fist. By the latter half of the 30-year panchayat period, justice was vested in Hukum Pramangi. After the establishment of multi-party democracy, justice was administered by the courts.… Continue reading Politics in court siege

Mass resignation of 13 leaders of Vibexil Saja Party

28 October, Kathmandu. Thirteen people from Gandaki, including Mahesh Bhandari, a member of the Vibekshil Saja party’s secretariat, have resigned from the party. Bhandari, who is also the party’s Gandaki state coordinator, resigned on July 3, while 12 others have resigned en masse recently. Among those who resigned are party’s central campaign department central member… Continue reading Mass resignation of 13 leaders of Vibexil Saja Party

root of political deadlock

History has shown that millions of people are so foolish as to consider the half-mad to be great. One-sided and one-sided thinking develops in people due to political and religious beliefs. Because of this they cannot stand on the land of freedom. Their self-esteem becomes dependent. They are fascinated by religion, beliefs, ideas or characters.… Continue reading root of political deadlock

place title politics

The ‘populist’ finances for the monetary yr 2078/79, introduced within the Parliament by the then Finance Minister Vishnu Poudel on 15 June 2078, additionally grew to become widespread by including cultural causes. In level 356 of the finances, it was introduced that Suketar Airport in Taplejung can be renamed as Rabindra Adhikari Airport and Chuhandanda… Continue reading place title politics