Tag: NepalElections

‘No vote, no candidate’ campaign successful in Tingla of Solukhumbu

Kathmandu, June 28 The Ward 6 of Necha Salyan Rural Municipality in Solukhumbu district boycotted the local level elections on Wednesday. The villagers in Tingla┬áhave been protesting┬áthe decision to make it a part of Necha Salyan. They had demanded that the village be made a separate rural municipality. They had announced the “no vote, no […]

Entire family with visual impairment travels two km to cast votes

Dang, June 28 A family, of which every member is suffering from visual impairment, also participated in the second phase of local level elections in Tulsipur of Dang. The family of Chandrabir Wali in Khamari, Tulsipur-3 cast votes from Ranagaun voting centre. A new two-kilometre way was recently repaired to let the family use its […]

People quashed our party’s boycott appeal: RJPN leaders

Kathmandu, June 28 Two senior leaders of the agitating Rastriya Janata Party Nepal have confessed that members of the public rejected the party’s appeal to boycott the second phase of local level elections as the voter turnout turned to be exciting in Terai districts as well. RJPN Parliamentary Party Leader Sarvendra Nath Shukla and General […]

9 hurt as police jeep escorting PM meets with accident in Kailali

Dhangadhi, June 28 A jeep carrying police personnel escorting the vehicle of Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba met with an accident along the Dhangadhi-Dadeldhura Bhimdatta Highway in Phaltude of Kailali district on Wednesday. Nine personnel have sustained injuries in the accident and two of them are critical as the jeep (Se 1 Ja 1503) turns […]

Election Commission: Results within 7 days this time

Kathmandu, June 28 The Election Commission has assured that results of elections held today will be published within next seven days anyhow. It says results from most of local units will come out within next three days whereas those with a high number of voters will take seven days at most. “We have directed the […]

Rolpa village that boycotted 2013 parliamentary polls sees excitement

Rolpa, June 28 The Thawang village in Rolpa district, which had boycotted the second Constituent Assembly elections in 2013, witnessed an exciting fervour among voters during the second phase of local level elections on Wednesday. As of 12:00 pm today, around 50 per cent votes have been cast, says Returning Officer Kamal Bahadur Bista. There […]