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Archive for April, 2017

 

Shadow over elections

Sunday’s political drama unfolded at a time when the ruling coalition struggled to secure a two-thirds majority to pass the constitution amendment bill.


Legislature vs Judiciary

According to the constitution, the Chief Justice is suspended even if parliament registers a motion of impeachment and even before it votes on it.


Clock ticking

Campaigning is in full swing in the hills for the 14 May elections, but here since there is more time till the second phase on 14, the fever hasn’t caught on.


Dhaba festival

The festival caters to all tastes: meat lovers, vegetarians and those among both groups with a sweet tooth.


Story of a temple rising

Two years and one day after a devastating earthquake hit central Nepal, KVPT has released The Temple, its latest audio-visual story


Women, Dalits in local polls

Across Nepal, there are many women – most from minority groups like Dalits – who are going to have a chance at governing.


“New homes have to be safer”

Ambassador Walton Alfonso Webson and Marty Logan discuss the UN’s recent work in Nepal.



 

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