Capital

UML reports EC about threats, code violation

The main opposition CPN-UML has drawn the attention of the Election Commission to “increased intimidation” of its leaders and cadres in the Tarai while also complaining about the violation of the election code of conduct by the government.

TIKA R PRADHAN, Mar 29 2017

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NC to take lead to see statute revision proposal through

The ruling Nepali Congress has decided to take the lead to see the constitution amendment proposal through while taking on board the Madhes-centric parties in the upcoming local level elections.

Post Report, Mar 29 2017

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Indian Army chief Gen Bipin Rawat in Capital

Indian Army chief Gen Bipin Rawat arrived in Kathmandu on Tuesday on a four-day official visit.

Post Report, Mar 29 2017

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House panel says immigration officials involved

A parliamentary committee says it has found involvement of employees of the Department of Immigration (DoI), an agency under the Ministry of Home Affairs, in sending Nepali women to foreign countries as domestic help through the illegal channel.

Post Report, RSSMar 29 2017

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Voting in RR Campus amid tight security

Tension ran high at Ratna Rajya Laxmi Campus as rival student unions hurled petrol bombs and threw stones at security personnel on Tuesday morning, hours before the college opened voting for Free Student Union election.

Post Report, Mar 29 2017

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Petrol bomb hurled during FSU elections at RR campus, 3 journos injured (with photos)

An unknown man hurled a molotov cocktail during the Free Students Union elections at Ratna Rajya Laxmi Campus in Kathmandu on Tuesday, leaving three journalists injured in the attack.

Post Report, Mar 28 2017

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Baidhya led Maoists party to take part in local polls

After its large chunk joined the mother party, Mohan Baidhya-led CPN Revolutionary Maoists is preparing to participate in the elections in the name of Deshbhakta Janaganatantrik Morcha (DJM).

TIKA R PRADHAN, Mar 28 2017

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New Indian envoy meets Deuba, Oli

New Indian Ambassador to Nepal Manjeev Sigh Puri has engaged himself into political parleys, soon after assuming office at the Lainchaur mission.

Post Report, Mar 28 2017

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Polling stations fixed in 68 districts

The Election Commission has said it has designated polling stations in 68 districts for the local level elections scheduled for May 14.

Post Report, Mar 28 2017

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After 8 yrs, Jujubhai seems to have found a successor

When the Bisket Jatra will be observed in about two weeks, it is most likely that Jujubhai Basan Shrestha, who has been the central figure of the tongue piercing festival observed during the jatra, won’t be there to have an iron needle pierced through his tongue.

Anup Ojha, Mar 28 2017

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Security Council recommends Army deployment for May polls

A meeting of the National Security Council (NSC) has recommended deployment of the Nepal Army for the upcoming local elections.

Post Report, Mar 28 2017

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China pledges Rs 136m assistance for local polls

China has pledged an assistance of nine million yuan (approx Rs 136 million) to Nepal for local level elections set for May 14.

ANIL GIRI, Mar 28 2017

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Ghode Jatra being observed in Capital

The annual festival of Ghode Jatra, known as the Horse Racing Day which falls on the Nepali month of Chaitra, is being celebrated in the Kathmandu valley with much gusto on Monday. It is known as the oldest festival celebrated in the country's cultural hub of Kathmandu valley.

Post Report, Mar 27 2017

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Student unions demand postponement of FSU election at RR Campus

Nine different student organisations have demanded postponement of the Free Students Union (FSU) election at Ratna Rajya Laxmi Campus scheduled for Tuesday.

Mar 26 2017

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Indian envoy Puri presents letter of credence to Prez Bhandari

Newly appointed Ambassador of India to Nepal, Manjeev Singh Puri presented his credentials to the President Bidya Devi Bhandari on Sunday.

Post Report, Mar 26 2017

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