Stories By 'TIKA R PRADHAN'
Two days before the fourth anniversary of the 2015 Gorkha Earthquake that devastated the country, the Nepal Reconstruction Authority on Tuesday listed the challenges to the ongoing reconstruction works.
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Inclusion, equality, social justice have been the constant refrain of Nepal’s political parties, but they hardly practice what they preach.
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Almost a year after the announcement of a merger between two leftist forces to form the country’s largest communist party, leaders on Monday announced official conclusion of the unification process.
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The ruling communist party leadership could announce the conclusion of the unification process between the erstwhile CPN-UML and the CPN (Maoist Centre) on Monday, coinciding with the establishment day of the Nepal Communist Party seven decades ago.
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Pressure is mounting on the ruling communist party from its own leaders to initiate action against Bishnu Poudel, general secretary of the party who has been embroiled in a controversy for buying a piece of land in Baluwatar in January 2005.
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The Nepali Congress has taken exception to what it calls Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s frequent use of ‘indecent’ terminologies to attack opposition parties.
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