Tag: CPN-Maoist Centre

Lokendra Bista quits Maoist Centre

Kathmandu, October 13 CPN-Maoist Centre leader Lokendra Bista says he has quit the party. He says he decided to drop all responsibilities of the party citing his reservations on the party system. Bista was in-charge of the party’s Tourism Department. The leader says though the party achieved some dreams of the Maoist party, now it […]

Minister won’t table Medical Education Bill today as UML, Maoists disagree

Kathmandu, October 12 The leftist alliance comprising the CPN-UML and the CPN-Maoist Centre says it will block the government from tabling the controversial Medical Education Bill. The government is preparing to table the bill for a decision today so as to convince Dr Govinca KC to end his 13th fast-unto-death. Demanding endorsement of the bill […]

CPN-United to merge with CPN-Maoist Centre

Kathmandu, October 11 The CPN-United under the leadership of former minister Ganesh Sah is merging with the Pushpa Kamal Dahal-led CPN-Maoist Centre today. The unification will be announced amidst a function to be organised in Kathmandu this afternoon. Earlier, the United’s politburo and central committee had decided to merge with the Maoist party after its […]

Maoists likely to get 56 of 165 constituencies as leftist alliance finalising distribution

Kathmandu, October 9 The CPN-Maoist Centre, the second biggest constituent of the leftist alliance, is likely to get a chance to field its candidates in 56 of total 165 constituencies across the country for House of Representatives elections, sources privy to recent discussions say. Though the UML had agreed to provide 40 per cent of […]

Dahal says he wants to establish new culture with party unification

Kathmandu, October 9 CPN-Maoist Centre Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal says he wants to establish a new political culture so as to lead economic and social development of the country with the proposed unification among communist parties. Addressing members of his party-aligned Young Communist League at the party headquarters in Parisdanda today, Dahal said the unified […]

Opinion makers in the Kathmandu Press: October 9, 2017

The leftist alliance comprising CPN-UML, CPN-Maoist Centre and Naya Shakti is still the most discussed topic in opinion pages of major Nepali and English broadsheets published from Kathmandu. Intellectuals and analysts are apparently divided over impacts and implications of the alliance as some they have pointed out a number of positive and negative likely consequences […]