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The Legislature-Parliament Sunday passed a bill related to the presidential and vice-presidential elections under the new constitution adopted by the second Constituent Assembly on September 20, 2015.

 

In a most unexpected development, the Communist Party of Nepal(Unified-Marxist Leninist), the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre)

 

The coming together of like-minded people or political parties driven by a common ideology and principles would generally be taken as a welcome move.

 

It has been nine years since the Haliyas, the Dalit families who do not have their own land to build homes and farmland to till and depended on their masters to put their hand and mouth together for generations, were declared freed from the age-old tradition.

 

The surprise announcement of the leaders of the Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist and the Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist Centre to form an alliance ahead of the upcoming provincial and federal parliament polls is likely to trigger another round of political uncertainty in the country.

 

The three political parties—the CPN-UML, CPN-Maoist Centre and Naya Shakti Party-Nepal — announced on Tuesday that they would be forging an electoral alliance for the upcoming federal and provincial elections and ultimately opt for party unification after the elections.

 

The lack of a proper landfill site for the capital city has proved to be a major problem. The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) is preparing to build a permanent landfill site at Bancharedanda.

 

In his customary Bijaya Dashami address to the nation, former king said he was deeply troubled by the politicisation of all the organs of the state.

 

The Legislature-Parliament made amendment to the Civil Code Bill and the Civil Procedure Code Bill, making sweeping reforms in the country’s civil law introduced 164 years ago by the then Prime Minister Jung Bahadur Rana.

 

The Legislature-Parliament made amendment to the Civil Code Bill and the Civil Procedure Code Bill, making sweeping reforms in the country’s civil law introduced 164 years ago by the then Prime Minister Jung Bahadur Rana.

 


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