DHADING, May 27: In order to contain dengue infection, Dhading is preparing to launch many campaigns in the district. Nilkantha Municipality has initiated a campaign in coordination with the Health Service Department, the Epidemiology and Disease Control Division as well as local communities to fight dengue infection.
KATHMANDU, Feb 20: Following the humiliating defeat of the party in the recently held provincial assembly and parliamentary polls, youth leaders of Nepali Congress (NC) have launched separate campaigns to bring reforms in the party organization.
KATHMANDU, Nov 29: With the second round of elections to the House of Representatives and State Assemblies nearly a week ahead, political parties have expedited their elections campaigns across the country.
KATHMANDU, Nov 29: At a time when international agencies have welcomed the upcoming elections, a staff at the Department for International Development (DFID) has vehemently urged voters to boycott the elections of House of Representatives and Provincial Assembly in his Facebook profile.
CHITWAN, Nov 22: Top leaders from the left alliance visited Bharatpur Metropolitan City of the district on Tuesday following their nationwide poll campaign before the first round of the elections to the House of Representatives and State Assembly scheduled for November 26
CHITWAN, Nov 19: Political parties of Chitwan have postponed their election campaigns for today. The hiatus follows the demise of Prakash Dahal, son of Pushpa Kamal Dahal. Dahal is competing in the House of Representative from Chitwan-3.
DHARAN, Nov 11: While parties across the country have already started their campaigns for the upcoming parliamentary and provincial polls, the candidates in Dharan are struggling to find proper agenda to woo the voters. The candidates are in a time pressure as the date for the elections is inching closer.
JUMLA, Nov 1: With just 25 days left for the parliamentary and provincial elections of November 26, candidates nominated by political parties to contest the upcoming elections have already entered villages to spearhead their elections campaign. Despite the difficult topography, such promotional activities have been a common sight in many of the local units of Jumla district.
KATHMANDU, Oct 31: Were you ever wondering why there is no election fever in your locality even though a week has passed since candidacy nominations for the first phase of parliamentary and provincial assembly elections? Don’t be surprised if the candidates fail to appear at your door.
It seems the parties have found a more effective means in social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Viber, IMO and WhatsApp to reach out to voters.
Many political parties might have fielded same old faces for the upcoming provincial and parliamentary elections slated for November 26 but voters are noticing major shift in their poll campaigns this time. In the past parties spent millions on lavish mass gatherings and meetings but this time they have rather prioritized door-to-door visits.
KATHMANDU, SEPT 13: Disputes over the ticket distribution for Province 2 elections have further widened the already wide rift among various factions of the Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJPN) with presidium members boycotting the poll campaign of candidates loyal to rival camps.
KATHMANDU, August 30: Poll campaigns in Province 2 have failed to gather the expected pace with the political parties struggling to finalize their candidates for the third round of civic poll which is just three weeks away. As of Tuesday, the Federal Socialist Forum Nepal is the only party to announce the list of poll candidates contesting for 136 local units which are scheduled to go to polls on September 18.
KHOTANG, June 21: With the conclusion filing candidacy for the second phase elections, political parties have now focused their energies on election campaigns. Just like in the first phase of the polls, multi-party electoral alliances have been formed in various local units. The only difference this time, however, is that they have tried new antics by carrying a common party flag to support their common candidates.
DIPAYAL, May 29: When the country was holding the first election after the downfall of Rana oligarchy in 1958, the main agenda of the election campaigns was to make easy availability of salt in the hilly districts of Far-western Development Region.
KATHMANDU, May 10: The Election Commission (EC) has said that political parties will not be allowed to conduct election related publicity campaigns during 'silent period' which will begin from Thursday midnight and remain effective until the voting concludes.
KATHMANDU, APRIL 9: As the hope for political consensus revives four weeks ahead of the local elections scheduled for May 14, top guns of the United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) have intensified what appear like 'poll campaigns in the disguise of protest' in tarai districts.
On June 24, Dolakha became the 29th district in the list of districts that have so far been declared ‘literate’ across Nepal. Amidst a program that included rallies involving school children, government representatives, members of political parties and civil societies, I/NGO staffs and representatives from UN agencies..