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Get it done

The government will have to act on its promises consistently to attract potential investments

Public confessions

The election results have come as a complete bolt from the blue for the Nepali Congress (NC), Nepal’s oldest democratic force.

Shining light

Last week, an editorial of a leading newspaper devoted its column to the Nepali Congress, the country’s largest democratic party.

Polls over partisan interests

Nepali politics is once again at a critical juncture. After a decade of upheaval and transitions, the biggest challenge the leadership faces today is if it can safeguard the monumental political changes that have been ushered in;

Cabinet expansion unlikely at the moment

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s plans to expand the Cabinet to bring in the Bijaya Gachhadar-led Madhesi Janadhikar Forum-Loktrantrik along with a few fringe parties, and to add a few ministers from the Rastriya Prajatantra Party including its chairman Kamal Thapa, is looking increasing unlikely by the day.

Ruling coalition hopeful on UML coming to terms

As the Supreme Court paved the way for the government to table the second constitution amendment bill in Parliament for deliberation, ruling parties have said that any decision on the constitution amendment bill should be taken by the Parliament after detailed deliberations on the contents.

Parties stick to their guns

Major parties failed once again on Monday to make headway for ending the prolonged impasse in Parliament, with the ruling coalition and the main opposition sticking to their guns.

NC leaders say polls bottomline

Nepali Congress leaders have stressed the need for holding the local elections as soon as possible, urging the main opposition CPN-UML to let Parliament function for passing necessary legislations.

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