KATHMANDU, Nov 16: Forty-six organizations, including two international ones, are going to be deployed in the observation of the House of Representatives and provincial assembly elections. Similarly, representatives of the election commissions of six different countries are also coming to Nepal for election observation, according to the Election Commission.

KATHMANDU, Nov 16: A special monitoring of the Code of Conduct by the Press Council Nepal has found 84 media outlets disseminating news material going against the journalists’ and election codes of conduct.

TERHATHUM, Nov 16: Less than a week away from the federal and provincial elections, the candidates of the House of Representatives (HoR) and provincial assembly are making their final efforts to convince the voters.

JANAKPURDHAM, Nov 15: Mahottari police have arrested seven people who were spreading propaganda against the election. Superintendent of Police Krishna Pangeni said that they were arrested from Balawa-7, Banouta Tole of Mahottari on charges of being involved in anti-election activities.

KATHMANDU, Nov 15: The government has decided to give public holidays from November 18 to 21 in schools where polling stations are located.

KATHMANDU, Oct 21: The House of Representatives (HoR) and provincial assembly elections are now just a month away. The twin elections are slated for November 20.

Previously companions, now competitors

October 21, 2022 12:57 pm

KATHMANDU, Oct 21: In the election of members of the House of Representatives to be held on November 20, the main competitors are the leaders who were colleagues in the same party as well as those who had supported each other through electoral coordination. Compared to the previous elections, now the party alignment is changing; the parties are divided and the parties are changing, so the competition is going to be between the leaders who were previously companions. And the parties and leaders who were the main competitors in the previous elections have now become the closest allies.