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Unconventional party conventions

Nepal’s governance is once more grinding to halt as the two major parties, the Nepali Congress (NC) that leads the ruling coalition,...

Shristi Karki

100 DAYS

Wednesday, 20 October marked 100 days since Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba assumed office, for the fifth time in his political career, and head...

Non-government of Nepal

The first 100 days of Sher Bahadur Deuba as fifth-time prime minister is not a huge disappointment to Nepalis -- most did...

Sonia Awale

Who wants early elections, and why?

Even as he completes his ‘honeymoon period’ in office, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba is sending signals that he would like to call early...

Political expediency trumps Nepal Constitution

On Tuesday, President Bidya Devi Bhandari on the recommendation of the government repealed the ordinance to amend the Political Parties Act that she herself...

Nepal’s post-breakup politics

Nepal’s Election Commission on Wednesday evening officially recognised and certified Madhav Kumar Nepal’s UML (Socialist) and Mahanta Thakur’s Loktantrik Samajwadi (LSP) parties....

Old wine in old bottle in Nepal politics

A month after the downfall of his government, K P Oli's inability to keep his party together is still rocking Nepal's larger politics with...

Shristi Karki

Reinstate, remove, repeat

On Monday, Nepal's Supreme Court restored the House of Representatives that Prime Minister KP Oli had dissolved for the second time on...

Shristi Karki
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