Stories By 'Binod Ghimire'
With the government delaying crucial decisions, the Election Commission has said it might need to reschedule the National Assembly polls if the provincial chiefs are not appointed within “a couple of days”.
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Conflict victims have ratcheted up pressure on members of the Commission for Investigation on Enforced Disappeared Persons (CIEDP), asking them either to complete invesigations into the war-era cases on time or quit.
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Foreign influence in Nepal increased after it embraced a democratic set-up in 1951 with many foreign missions entering the country in the name of supporting the democratisation of institutions that had functioned under an autocratic Rana regime for a century.
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Confrontations between the executive and the judiciary aren’t new in the democratic history of Nepal. Time and again, disputes have arisen between the two crucial organs of the state.
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Six months after the local level elections, the elected local governments are still in dilemma over managing the education sector, mainly due to lack of staff, infrastructure and unclear law.
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As work begins for installing provincial governments, an estimated 3,000 officials will be required immediately to run the secretariats in the seven provinces.
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