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Congress to make local level election manifesto today

By Muna Chand Kathmandu, April 24 Today, the ruling party Nepali Congress (NC) is announcing the manifesto for the May 13 local elections. NC has stated that the manifesto will be made public this afternoon at the party’s Sanepa offices. The main opposition CPN-UML, Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP), and other parties have already made their manifesto public. The Election Commission …

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Nepali Congress recommends five names for the post of Kathmandu mayor

By Muna Chand Kathmandu, April 21 The Nepali Congress (NC) has recommended five candidates for mayor of Kathmandu Metropolitan City. The party’s Metropolitan Committee recommended the names of five individuals to the Bagmati Provincial Committee, including Sirjana Singh, the spouse of NC leader Prakash Man Singh. The meeting has recommended the names of Nilkaji Shakya, Sirjana Singh, Hari Prabha Khadgi …

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Deuba calls meeting of NC top leaders

By Muna Chand Kathmandu, April 21 Prime Minister and Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has called a meeting of the top leaders of the Nepali Congress. He called a meeting at the Prime Minister’s official residence in Baluwatar on Thursday at 3 pm. According to sources close to Baluwatar, Deuba has called a meeting to discuss the selection of …

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Conspiracy being hatched to break alliance: PM Deuba

Kathmandu, April 19 Nepali Congress President and Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has claimed that a conspiracy is being hatched to break the current ruling alliance government. Prime Minister Deuba also advised his party leaders and cadres to take precautions while addressing a function organized by the party’s sister organization, Nepal Students’ Union (NSU), in Kathmandu on Tuesday. “The alliance …

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NC sets up ‘province desk’ at party office

Kathmandu, April 19 In view of the upcoming local level election, the ruling Nepali Congress (NC) has established a ‘province desk’ under the coordination of General Secretary Bishwa Prakash Sharma. Party President Sher Bahadur Deuba established the province desk at the party’s central office upon the recommendation of the meeting of the local level central election mobilization committee coordinated by …

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Alliance is the need of the day for country: NC leader Singh

Kathmandu, April 18 Nepali Congress leader Prakash Man Singh has said the ruling alliance and the electoral alliance are the present needs of the country. At a program organized to exchange New Year greetings in the capital on Monday, leader Singh reminded all that the current ruling alliance is formed to protect the constitution. “Electoral alliance should be forged by …

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Nepali Congress holding central election mobilization committee meeting

By Muna Chand Kathmandu, April 15 Nepali Congress (NC) is holding a meeting of the central election mobilization committee for the upcoming local level elections today. The meeting will be held at the party’s central office in Sanepa at 1 pm. The meeting will discuss candidate recommendation, selection, and how to win the common candidate of the alliance, the leaders …

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Nepali Congress demands leadership in five local units in Rolpa

By Muna Chand Kathmandu, April 13 The ruling Nepali Congress (NC) has demanded leadership in five of the district’s 10 local units. The NC has asked for five chiefs and deputy chiefs of rural municipalities and ward chairpersons in 36 wards, informed NC District President Kishor Kumar Acharya. Meanwhile, the NC has warned that the party at the district level …

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28 members nominated to NC’s local poll manifesto preparation committee

By Muna Chand Kathmandu, April 5 Prime Minister and Nepali Congress (NC) President Sher Bahadur Deuba has nominated 28 members to the party’s ‘Local-Level Election-2079 Manifesto Preparation Committee’. NC President Deuba on Monday nominated the members to the committee led by NC General Secretary Gagan Kumar Thapa as per the decision of the party’s central working committee meeting held on …

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