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The rise of the red

After two nights and one day of vote counting, it looks like the Left Alliance will not only win an absolute majority, but could also secure a two-thirds


Shadow government

The main opposition party can show a leadership role in pushing new amendments that address the grievances of the marginalised while at the same time safeguarding national unity.


Election in instalments

Second phase of local elections will be held on 28 June but voting will take place in Province 2 only after the monsoon.


Bharatpur repoll condemned

The Election Commission sent an inquiry team, which interviewed eye witnesses, and it sent a second team which found out that only 90 ballot papers had been torn.


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.


Election fever

Excitement for local polls is building up across Nepal even as the constitution amendment bill looks unlikely to be endorsed


With or without

The common people in Birganj are not that concerned about the amendment. But they will not vote if there is fear of violence.



 

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