Stories Tagged 'Bp koirala'
Most people who knew Chakra Prasad Banstola, who died on Saturday at the age of 74, have similar view of the man—that he was a towering stalwart of Nepali Congress, a rationalist and a visionary political thinker.
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The inspiration BP drew from Marx with the central idea of socialism never changed
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On the occasion of BP Koirala’s birth centenary in 2014, a nationwide-open Nepali essay competition was held. Over a hundred writers had submitted essays on BP Koirala’s place in Nepal’s cultural memory and in the end, Ram Prasad Panta’s work was declared the best. Born in Baletaksar, Gulmi in 1953, Panta studied Sanskrit from a young age and graduated in Shastri, a degree in Sanskrit, from Benaras. Since he returned to Nepal in 1976, he has been continuously involved in Nepali literature—be it writing for magazines or penning 28 books or establishing the literary magazine, Dayitwa.
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Politician and literary figure BP Koirala was commemorated amid a literary programme organised in Pokhara on Friday.
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Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that the date for provincial and federal elections will be announced soon.
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Prime Minister and Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala has said that CPN-Maoist Chairman Mohan Baidya is his close friend.
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