Cong 99
BJP 73
OTH 24

Madhya Pradesh

Cong 114
BJP 109


Cong 68
BJP 15


TDP-Cong 21


MNF 26
Cong 5
*Total Tally Reflects Leads + Wins

Yubaraj Ghimire

Articles By Yubaraj Ghimire

Yogi Adityanath to visit Nepal as Oli faces heat over summit

Bimalendra Nidhi, vice-chairman of Nepali Congress, the main opposition party, and a former deputy PM of Nepal, who had opposed Adityanath’s presence at the event, retracted his statement issued a week ago.

Prime Minister K P Oli no show, party leaders leave meet after 30 minutes

The others who left the party included Madhav Kumar Nepal, a former prime minister, Bamdev Gautam and Narayan Kaji Shrestha, bother former deputy prime ministers.

Nepal PM KP Oli criticised for accepting church award

Oli, who has faced protests for co-hosting an event along with a church, did not attend a separate ceremony in which “Mother Moon” blessed hundreds of couples, wishing them a “blessed family” life.

Nepal PM KP Oli criticised for supporting church event

The three-day summit, on the theme “Addressing Critical Challenges of Our Time”, has been organised by the South Korea-based Universal Peace Federation (UPF), founded by Reverend Sun Myung Moon.

Yogi Adityanath to represent PM at Janakpur event, Nepal oppn leader objects

While Nepali Congress chief and other senior party leaders are silent on Nidhi’s campaign against Adityanath’s visit, party spokesperson Bishwa Prakash said it is the party’s collective stand.

Nepal, China to step up defence cooperation

A defence ministry source told the Indian Express that a formal agreement between the two sides will be signed next week in Beijing.

Nepal puts crown on show 10 years after end of monarchy

The government has not explained why it took so long to put the crown and the sceptre on display in the museum, which is located on the premises of the erstwhile royal palace.

Nepal PM K P Oli responds to criticism, says development will take time

Oli’s statement signalled a change in his rhetoric for the first time since the beginning of his term in mid-February, indicating that he is either tired of criticism or has become more realistic and even apologetic.

Nepal: Don’t take parliament for granted, says speaker

Speaking to a forum of journalists outside parliament, Mahara said, “Parliament autonomously makes government accountable to it and the government should not take it for granted in any way.”

Nepal leaders meet in Oli’s absence, deliver warning to PM

Senior leaders of the ruling Nepal Communist Party on Friday warned Prime Minister K P Oli not to overrule the party, bypass the standing committee or take their grievances lightly

After pulling out of Pune drill: Nepal Army contingent to go to China for joint exercise

Nepal had earlier agreed to participate in the BIMSTEC joint military exercise (September 10-16), but pulled out a day before a group of 30 was set to leave for Pune.

Nepal Parliament rocked by teen’s rape, murder; govt faces mass protests

The civil and police officers, who had earlier forced the victim’s father to perform the last rites, have been put under suspension while the earlier investigating team is under investigation itself.

Nepal backs out of BIMSTEC joint military exercise in Pune

The field training exercise will be conducted between September 10 and 16 at the Foreign Training Node at Aundh in Pune.

Nepal gets access to all Chinese ports, ending dependence on India for trade

Traders say the plan to connect the country with China could face issues due to a lack of proper roads and customs infrastructure on the Nepalese side of the border. The nearest Chinese port is also located more than 2,600 km from its border.

Rahul Gandhi leaves for Lhasa after spending night in Kathmandu

Rahul Gandhi spent a couple of hours with three others in a restaurant, and posed for photographs. Then he checked into a hotel for the night and avoided being photographed at the Tribhuvan International Airport, where he boarded a flight for Lhasa on the way to Kailash Mansarovar.

China pulls out of $1.2-billion Nepal project

The 750-MW project, the first reservoir project in Nepal, was to be completed by next year as per the CTGI’s earliest commitment, but its pull-out without even beginning construction may have an adverse impact on China’s credibility.

Nepal: Pardoned for ‘good conduct’, convict rapes, kills teen weeks after release

Dilip Singh Bista, who had spent 10 years in jail for committing a murder, was released on the recommendation of Nepal’s Cabinet.

New Nepal criminal code raises fears of curbs on free press

Although the new Constitution promulgated in 2015 guarantees press freedom and right to information, the new code introduced by the government has raised suspicion in the minds of journalists and rights activists.

Soft corner for Nepal: When Vajpayee touched king’s feet

In June 2002, Vajpayee apparently adopted a flexible posture towards top Nepali Maoist leaders Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Baburam Bhattarai.

PM K P Oli’s ‘disapproval’ stalls appointment of Nepal envoy to India

Nilkantha Upreti, after his retirement as CEC, was associated with the Niti Pratisthan, a political foundation backed by the Hindu Swayam Sevak Sangh in Nepal,