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Nepal: Deuba defeats Poudel in PP election : The newly elected party president of Nepali Congress Sher Bahadur Deuba has also been elected as the party’s leader of the parliamentary delegation. On both occasions, party senior leader Ram Chandra Poudel has been defeated.


Nepal parties must unite to brave external threats: Dahal : Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal of Unified Maoists claims that there is the need for urgent unity among and in between Nepal’s political parties. “The country is confronting threats to its national unity and thus the parties need to unite at the earliest to confront the crisis”, he said.


Madhesh agitation is a false one : Nepal PM Oli : A political paper presented by United Marxist Leninist Chairman and Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Oli at the party’s ongoing politburo meeting claims that the protests led by Madhesh based political parties is a sponsored one.


Nepal: NC men ask Deuba to speak on Brussels statement : Four central committee members of the largest party in the parliament, Nepali Congress have asked the newly elected party president Sher Bahadur Deuba to clarify the party’s formal stand on the freshly issued joint statement by the European Union and India on matters concerning Nepal’s newly drafted constitution.


Nepal summons Ambassadors connected with Brussels statement : The Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned the Ambassadors of the European Missions and the head of the EU mission over the fresh EU-India joint statement which also referred to the situation in Nepal.


Nepal talks different yet talks of national interest : Nepal cannot singlehandedly harness its hydropower resources, so opined United Marxist Leninist leader Madhav Kumar Nepal. He claims that only with India’s support can Nepal harness all its hydropower resources.


Nepal: Indian PM Modi to be invited to Lumbini : Nepal’s Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Ananda Prasad Dhungaga said addressing a program in the district of Dolakha that India Prime Minister Narendra Bhai Modi too has been invited by the government of Nepal to attend the Baisakh Purnima-Buddha Jayanti festival in Lumbini.


Statement from Brussels is toxic for Nepal: Minister KC : Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Poverty Alleviation Chitra Bahadur K.C claims that the EU-India joint statement coming from Brussels is toxic for Nepal.


Nepal: Politics must not encourage corruption, says Bhattarai : Baburam Bhattarai- the former prime minister and leader of the so-called ‘New Force’ claims that commercialization of politics is the primary cause of growing corruption in the country.