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Badri Pandey elected MP from Bajura

Bajura: Badri Prasad Pandey of the Nepali Congress has been elected as a member of the House of Representatives representing Bajura. He was elected with a total of 31,786 votes. His nearest contender was Karna Bahadur Thapa of CPN (UML), who received 26,349 votes, according to the Office of the

New government to be formed will give political stability: Poudel

Nepali Congress senior leader and newly-elected MP, Ram Chandra Poudel, has said that the government to be formed now will

Congress directs discipline committees to inform about betrayers

The Nepali Congress has directed the district and province committees to investigate the complaints lodged against those who betrayed in

Dhanraj Gurung elected from Syangja-2

Nepali Congress (NC) candidate of House of Representative (HoR) election from Syangja constituency no. 2. Dhanraj Gurung won the election

Congress leader Gurung keep on leading in Syangja-2

The Nepali Congress leader contesting the federal and provincial elections from Syangja constituency no 2 are leading the vote count

Ruling alliance forms governments in centre, provinces: Sashank Koirala

Central member of the Nepali congress and newly elected member of the House of Representatives, Dr Sashank Koirala, has said

Dr Shekhar Koirala
Congress will lead coalition government: Shekhar Koirala

Nepali Congress (NC) central member Dr Shekhar Koirala said the existing political alliance will form a joint government under the

Congress leader Karki enters parliament for third term

Minister for Communications and Information Technology and Nepali Congress (NC) central committee member, Gyanendra Bahadur Karki

Congress urges EC to speed up vote counting in Syangja…

Nepali Congress (NC) has urged the Election Commission to speed up vote count in Syangja constituency 2 and Bajura constituency.

Krishna Prasad Sitaula
Coalition will lead the country’s politics: Sitaula

Jhapa: Nepali Congress (NC)’s leader Krishna Prasad Sitaula asserted that the Democratic-Leftist Coalition will lead the future political leadership in