Pushpa Kamal Dahal To Become Nepalese PM on Wednesday

Pushpa Kamal Dahal To Become Nepalese PM on Wednesday

Kathmandu, August 2 (NIA): The Chairman of Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre), Pushpa Kamal Dahal , alias Prachanda, is all set to become Nepal’s new Prime Minister with the backing of the Nepali Congress (NC) and the Madesia parties representing the people of Indian origin. After the CPN (Maoist-Centre) withdrew its support from the government of Prime Minister KP Sharma...

Death toll from floods, landslides rises to 68 in Nepal

Death toll from floods, landslides rises to 68 in Nepal

July 29 (NIA) - The death toll from flash floods and landslides in Nepal rose to 68 on Friday as heavy rains continued in many parts of the country, local authorities said. Fifteen people have been reported missing while rescue teams used rubber boats and helicopters to reach out to people from rooftops and trees, Spokesman for Nepal's Home Ministry, Yadav...

Nepal likely to form national govt after PM’s resignation

Nepal likely to form national govt after PM’s resignation

July 25 – The Communist Party of Nepal, on Monday, said that it had begun the preparatory work to form a national consensus government, hours after Nepal’s Prime Minister K.P. Oli tendered his resignation. Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist Centre) Spokesperson, Pampha Bhusal told journalists that her party was confident that other Communist leaders would also join them in support...

Boosting Trade, Investment May Be UK Asia-Pacific Minister Alok Sharma’s Priority

Boosting Trade, Investment May Be UK Asia-Pacific Minister Alok Sharma’s Priority

Boosting Trade, Investment May Be UK Asia-Pacific Minister Alok Sharma’s Priority   Colombo, July 25: Going by his professional background and areas of involvement earlier in his political career, the newly appointed British Minister for Asia and the Pacific, Alok Sharma, will in all likelihood promote trade and investment with the countries of South Asia rather than harp on human...

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Contrasting views on identity politics in Nepal.

In an article in Nepali Times dated June 10 to 16, 2016, Bineeta Gurung says “identity politics is a divisive ideology that has outlived its usefulness.” But in the issue of dated July 8 to 14, Mukesh Jha argues that the basis of identity politics is change, and most of the time, it leads to an equal, progressive and inclusive...

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