KATHMANDU, May 26: Chairperson of the CPN-UML, KP Sharma Oli, has said that the UML could not achieve the results as per the expectation in local-level election held on May 13.

KATHMANDU, May 25: The final results of the vote-counting under the May 13 local election remain to be announced in nine various local units now.

KATHMANDU, May 25: Independent mayoral candidate of Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) Balendra Shah, who is leading the polls in the vote counting by a wide margin has thanked all the people who voted for him, through a post on Facebook.

CHITWAN, May 24: Newly-elected mayor of Bharatpur Metropolitan City, Renu Dahal has said that she will carry out development activities in the metropolis by understanding the psychology of the people. She was also elected as the mayor of Bharatpur Metropolis in 2017.

POKHARA, May 24: CPN (Unified Socialist) candidate Dhanraj Acharya has secured victory as Mayor of Pokhara Metropolitan City.

CHITWAN, May 24: CPN (Maoist Center) mayoral candidate Renu Dahal is leading in the current vote counting in Chitwan's Bharatpur Metropolitan City.

KATHMANDU, May 23: The final results of the May 13 local level election remain to be announced only in 26 local units now.

DANG, May 23: CPN-UML mayoral candidate  Tikaram Khadka is leading the local polls with 20,894 votes in Tulsipur Sub-metropolis of Dang.

CHITWAN, May 23: CPN (Maoist Center) mayoral candidate Renu Dahal is close to victory in Chitwan's Bharatpur Metropolitan City.

MAHENDRANAGAR, May 22: The CPN-UML has won the mayoral seat in Shuklaphanta Municipality in Kanchanpur district. UML's Rana Bahadur Mahara has been elected to the post with 6,773 votes while his closest rival Chinta Mani Bhatta from the Nepali Congress got 6,264 votes.

KATHMANDU, May 22:The counting of votes of the local elections has concluded in 703 out of the 753 local bodies so far. According to the Election Commission (EC), vote counting has concluded in 252 municipalities and 450 rural municipalities. Out of the total 753 local units in the country, vote counting has concluded at 93.94 percent.

CHITWAN, May 22: Seventy percent of the votes of Chitwan's Bharatpur Metropolitan City have been counted. A total of 88,284 votes have been counted in a period of 9 days. In Bharatpur, 127,839 votes were cast in the local elections held on May 13.

CHARIKOT, May 21: Nepali Congress (NC) has won a majority of the local levels in Dolakha district in the local level elections held on May 13.

KATHMANDU, May 21: Sakela, the festival of Kirant Community (Rai, Limbu, Yakkha, Sunuwar), is being observed in various places in the country.

KATHMANDU, May 21: Nepali Congress (NC) candidate Asaman Sangat has emerged victorious in ward No. 8 of Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC).

JSP wins in Narainapur

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RANJA, May 21: The Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP) candidate has emerged victorious in the local level election in Narainapur Rural Municipality of Banke district.

NUWAKOT, May  21: Jag Bahadur Gurung of the CPN (Maoist Center) has been elected as the mayor of Belkotgadhi Municipality, Likewise, Shiva Prasad Dahal of the Nepali Congress (NC) has been elected as the deputy mayor.

LALITPUR, May 21: CPN-UML candidate Harigovind Shrestha has been elected as Mayor while Nepali Congress (NC) candidate Laxmi Maharjan has been elected as Deputy Mayor of Mahalakshmi Municipality.

DHANGADHI, May 21: Independent candidate Gopal Hamal is leading the mayoral race in Dhangadhi sub-metropolis of Sudurpaschim Province by a margin of almost 11,000 votes in the ongoing vote counting.

KATHMANDU, May 20: Political parties associated with the five-party ruling coalition have won the elections to more than two-thirds local government.

KATHMANDU, May 20: While the results of the local elections are being made public, the leaders of the Janata Samajbadi Party expressed dissatisfaction stating that they have been betrayed by the parties in the ruling alliance.

KATHMANDU, May 20: The ruling alliance mayoral candidate Renu Dahal of CPN (Maoist Center) has been widening the gap as vote counting continues in Bharatpur Metropolitan City.

NEPALGUNJ, May 19: A dispute has arisen in Nepalgunj Sub-Metropolis ward 18 after additional ballot papers were found in a ballot box. After the counting of votes in the ward was completed, nine extra ballot papers were found.

BAGMATI, May 19: The vote counting of seven of the total 10 local units in Makwanpur district has concluded so far.

CHITWAN, May 19: CPN (Maoist Center) candidate Renu Dahal has been widening the gap of votes as vote counting continues in Bharatpur Metropolitan City.

KATHMANDU, May 18: Independent candidate for Kathmandu Metropolitan City mayorship Balen Shah has received over 17,000 votes in the ongoing vote counting. As per the latest results, Shah has received 17,031 votes while his closest rival Keshav Sthapit of the CPN-UML has received 8,876 votes.

BIRGUNJ, MAY 18: Janata Samajbadi Party (JSP)’s mayoral candidate Rajeshman Singh and Nepali Congress (NC)’s deputy mayoral candidate Imtiaz Aalam are leading the vote-counting in Birgunj Metropolitan City.

BAGLUNG, May 18: Candidates of the ruling five-party alliance have emerged victorious in the local level elections in Baglung Municipality of Baglung district. Basanta Kumar Shrestha of the Nepali Congress (NC) won the election by defeating his nearest competitor and outgoing mayor Janak Raj Poudel with a margin of 5821votes.

BIRATNAGAR, May 17: Nepali Congress (NC) candidate Nagesh Koirala has been leading the mayoral race in Biratnagar Metropolitan City since the start of the vote-counting. Similarly, CPN-UML candidate Shilpa Karki has been leading the local polls for the post of deputy-mayor.

BHAKTAPUR, May 18: Nepali Congress (NC) candidate Jeewan Khatry has won the election to the post of mayor in Changunarayan Municipality. He defeated Bina Bastola of CPN-UML by a narrow margin of votes.

KATHMANDU, May 18: CPN (Unified Socialist) candidate Dhanraj Acharya is leading the mayoral race in Pokhara Metropolitan City. So far, Acharya has received 12,945 votes while his closest rival Krishna Bahadur Thapa from the CPN-UML has received 11,150 votes.

MAKWANPUR, May 18: Ruling alliance has emerged victorious at Thaha Municipality in northern Makawanpur. According to the vote count results published this morning, CPN (Maoist Center)'s candidate Bishnu Bista and Nepali Congress candidate Bharat Gopali, on behalf of the ruling alliance, registered their victory as mayor and deputy mayor, respectively, of Thaha Municipality.

KATHMANDU, May 18: Nepali Congress (NC) mayoral candidate for Lalitpur Metropolitan City, Chiri Babu Maharjan is leading in the ongoing vote counting.

KATHMANDU, May 18: The mayoral candidate of ruling alliance in Bharatpur Metropolitan City Renu Dahal is widening the gap with her closest contender in the ongoing vote counting.

MADHYAPUR THIMI, May 18: Nepali Congress (NC) candidate Surendra Shrestha registered his win as a mayor of Madhyapur Thimi municipality. Shrestha defeated CPN-UML candidate Madan Sundar Shrestha by a margin of 4,063 votes.

JHAPA, May 18: CPN-UML candidate Rajendra Pokharel has been elected the mayor while Nepali Congress (NC) candidate Asha Shivakoti registered her win as the deputy mayor of Kankai municipality in Jhapa.

PHUNGLING, May 17: Nepali Congress (NC) registered its victory in Phungling Municipality, the only municipality in Taplejung district.

KATHMANDU, May 17: Independent candidate Balen Shah is leading the mayoral race of Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) by a margin of over 5,000 votes against his closest rival Keshav Sthapit of the CPN-UML.

BIRATNAGAR, May 17: Nepali Congress (NC) candidate Nagesh Koirala has been leading the mayoral race in Biratnagar Metropolitan City since the start of the vote-counting. Similarly, CPN-UML candidate Shilpa Karki has been leading the local polls for the post of deputy-mayor.

KATHMANDU, May 17: CPN (Unified Socialist) candidate Dhanraj Acharya is leading the mayoral race in Pokhara Metropolitan City. So far, Acharya has received 9,395 votes while his closest rival Krishna Bahadur Thapa from the CPN-UML has received 8,040 votes.

SINDHULI, May 17: The candidates belonging to the ruling alliance have been elected in Ghyanglekh Rural Municipality. The Nepali Congress (NC) and CPN (Maoist Center) had forged the electoral alliance.

KATHMANDU, May 16: CPN (Unified Socialist) candidate Dhanraj Acharya is in the lead in the mayoral race of Pokhara Metropolitan City. So far, Acharya has received 5,137 votes while his closest rival Krishna Bahadur Thapa from the CPN-UML has received 4,545 votes.

RAUTAHAT, May 16: Police shot two rounds of aerial shots in Sarlahi today, after a dispute broke out over the result of vote counting. Tensions have intensified in the district since the polling day on May 13.

KATHMANDU, May 16: Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Dinesh Kumar Thapaliya today said the ongoing vote count for the May 13 local election would be concluded by May 19. Talking to media persons at the Biratnagar Airport, he said 50 percent results would come out by May 17 and full results are expected by May 19.

LALITPUR, May 16: Mayoral candidate Chiri Babu Maharjan from the ruling coalition who is also a member of the Nepali Congress (NC) is leading the election held for the post in Lalitpur by a significant margin.

KATHMANDU, May 16: Nepali Congress (NC) has emerged victorious in Dakshinkali Municipality of Kathmandu.

On Sunday, the area near Bhrikutimandap was rejoicing over the lead maintained by Shah in the vote-counting so far. The ambience was no less than a celebration of victory, as if Balen had already won the mayoral race.

GORKHA, May 16: The Nepali Congress (NC) has emerged victorious in Arughat Rural Municipality of Gorkha. NC candidates for Chairman and Vice Chairperson Raju Gurung and Kalpana Nepali received 5,556 votes and 5,361 votes, respectively.

CHITWAN, May 15: CPN-UML's Bijay Subedi has retained the lead in the vote counting for the post of mayor of Chitwan's Bharatpur Metropolitan City.

KATHMANDU, May 15: The Election Commission (EC) has urged the bodies concerned not to blow a minor human error during the counting of votes out of proportion as an issue of dispute.