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  • Directive to local level heads to attend welcome ceremony for Indian PM

    Gaushala, Mahottari, May 8 (RSS): Province 2 Minister for Internal Affairs and Law, Gyanendra Kumar Yadav, directed head of all local levels to be present in welcoming Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is scheduled to visit Janakpurdham on May 11 during his Nepal visit. Speaking at a programme held on Monday in Jaleshwor, he urged all civil servants and the people to be present to welcome the Indian PM. He also informed about routes which Modi is scheduled...

    Party unification based on equality: chair Dahal

    Kathmandu, May 7 : CPN (Maoist Centre) chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said that the party unification between his party and CPN (UML) will take place keeping equality notion at the centre. In an interaction organized by the party’s sister wing Young Communist League (YCL), chair Dahal reiterated that the merger will be undertaken being based on equality.. He added that the unification process will be done giving due respect to party’s leaders and cadres. Chair Dahal, also...

    High alert in Mustang for Modi’s visit

    Thini, Mustang, May 7 : High security alert has been exercised in Mustang, targeting the upcoming visit by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Security check has been tightened in the border points with Tibet Autonomous Region of China including Nechung of the district and in Ghansa of Myagdi. Meanwhile, the personal details of the guests staying at various hotels and lodges in Mustang are being documented. Security agencies are holding daily meeting to expedite necessary security-related preparations, Deputy Superintendent...

    Breakthrough in UML-Maoist Centre merger as Oli agrees to share premiership with Dahal

    Kathmandu, May 7 Efforts for the unification between CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Centre that began around seven months ago are likely to conclude fruitfully within next two weeks as UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli, also the incumbent prime minister, has agreed to handover the government leadership to Maoist Centre Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal for last two years of his five-year term in the government. According to negotiators, Oli and Dahal have already made agreements about roadblocks of unification last week...

    Dahal hopeful of sooner breakthrough

    Kathmandu,May 6:CPN-Maoist Centre Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal once again has stated that his party would forge a final deal on unification soon, reportsRepublica. According to him, only some minor differences over the wording of the draft documents including statute and organisational documents are yet to be resolved and the work on solving them will begin as soon as he would come back to Kathmandu. The report says Dahal was speaking at a function at his birthplace near Pokhara of...

    No point in felicitating Modi until he says sorry: Former foreign minister Thapa

    Kathmandu, May 4 Former foreign minister and RPP leader Kamal Thapa says he is against the public felicitation of Indian Prime Minister Modi in Nepal. Thapa, who was foreign minister during the 2015 Indian Blockade, says Modi should not be felicitated until he welcomes the new constitution and expresses regret over the Indian Blockade. Thapa’s remarks come just a week before Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is to arrive in Janakpur in Province 2, where he will be felicitated...

    UML-Maoist merger: Both parties to discuss roadblocks internally

    Kathmandu, May 2 Upon failing to move ahead with interparty negotiations about key issues yet to be settled for their unification, both the CPN-UML and the CPN-Maoist Centre on Wednesday are discussing the roadblocks in internal meetings of their parties. The UML has called its Standing Committee meeting for 6 pm today at Prime Minister’s official residence in Baluwatar of Kathmandu. Likewise, the Maoist Centre’s Central Secretariat meeting is scheduled to begin at 11 am at the central office...

    Party merger within few days, chair Dahal

    Kathmandu, May 1 (RSS): CPN (Maoist Centre) chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said the merger between his party and CPN (UML) will get a concrete shape within few days. Chair Dahal, also the former Prime Minister, further said that the unification process will be materialized soon and then the message of merger will be imparted to the world. Addressing a programme organized by different trade unions to mark the International Labour Day today, chair Dahal shared that preparations...

    Unity among communists mandatory: Chairman Dahal

    Kathmandu, May 1 (RSS): CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal stressed on need for mandatory unity among the communist forces at a time when the country is moving ahead in the path of stability and prosperity. In a greetings message on the International Workers’ Day, Dahal said the polarization of the progressive communists can alone secure the rights of freedom-seeking working class. “It is the chief workload of the Nepali working class to fight for creation of the...

    Anti-federalism communist party says Nepal shouldn’t welcome Modi

    Kathmandu, April 30 CPN-Mashal, a small communist party in the country that has been consistently raising voices against the newly adopted federal system, says the Nepal government should not welcome Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he is not a friend of Nepal. The statement of veteran leader Mohan Bikram Singh-led party comes 11 days before Modi is scheduled to land in Kathmandu on a state visit. The party says welcoming Modi will be against national interests, independence and...

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