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Dahal returns home from Dubai

Kathmandu, August 4 Former Prime Minister and Nepal Communist Party Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has returned from Dubai. Dahal had left for Dubai with his wife Sita Dahal and two daughters on Tuesday. It has been learned that that familly planned the visit to deviate Sita, who is diagnosed with progressive supranuclear palsy, from a […]

NCP disputes to continue as Dahal leaves for UAE on family trip

Kathmandu, July 30 Various internal disputes in the ruling Nepal Communist Party is likely to continue for a next few days as one of the two chairmen of the party, Pushpa Kamal Dahal, left Kathmandu for the United Arab Emirates on a family trip. The party secretariat tried to settle the issues including who will […]

Dahal challenges disqualified combatants to take conflict-era issues to The Hague

Kathmandu, July 29 A few days after a group of disqualified Maoist combatants warned that they would take their concerns to the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Pushpa Kamal Dahal, who led the decade-long armed conflict from the Maoist side, issued a challenge to implement their warning. A chairman of the ruling Nepal Communist […]

Oli, Dahal postpone NCP Secretariat meeting at the 11th hour

Kathmandu, July 28 Two chairmen of the ruling Nepal Communist Party–KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal–have postponed the party’s secretariat meeting called for 3 pm on Sunday. A few hours before the scheduled meeting, the two chairmen met and decided to put the meeting on hold till Monday afternoon, according to the party’s spokesperson […]

Humankind’s future is socialism: Dahal

Kathmandu, July 25 Ruling Nepal Communist Party chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal says socialism is the only form of political system that the humankind can aspire for in the future. He is of the view that other political systems make a handful of people rich and the majority poor, hence cannot serve the entire humanity. Addressing […]

NCP leaders agree on shares of UML, Maoist sides in departmental leadership

Kathmandu, July 17 One year and two months after the announcement of the merger of CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Centre to form the Nepal Communist Party, the leaders have claimed that they forged an agreement to divide leadership positions of party departments. Among 32 departments in the party’s central structures, the UML side will lead 18 […]