CHITWAN, Jan 15: Furnishing the election expenses to the District Election Office (DEO), Chitwan, CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has claimed that he spent less than Rs 1 million in his election campaign.
KATHMANDU, Dec 5: A three-point agreement reached between CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and a section of the Badarmude bomb blast victims has drawn flak from various quarters including the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and Maoist insurgency victims' groups.
KATHMANDU, Nov 20: Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI) has expressed deep condolences on the untimely demise of Prakash Dahal, son of CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda’, on Sunday.
KATHMANDU, Nov 19: Following the demise of Prakash Dahal, son of CPN-Maoist chairperson, Pushpa Kamal Dahal, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba along with other leaders have expressed their condolences. Excerpts.
BIRATNAGAR, Oct 29: Disgruntlement has surfaced in the CPN (Maoist Center) Morang District Committee, with the recommendation of party Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal's son-in-law as a provincial assembly candidate.
KATHMANDU, Aug 1: Prior to the second phase of the local elections in June, the caretaker government led by CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal is found to have distributed over Rs 167 millions in a single day to the cadres of Maoist Center and Nepali Congress under the pretext of “financial assistance”.
KATHMANDU, May 26: As the race for a new prime minister commenced Thursday with President Bidya Devi Bhandari's formal call to form a new government, uncertainty remains on whether the country will get a new prime minister before the second phase of local elections or not.
KATHMANDU, May 25: Many had doubts about Pushpa Kamal Dahal when he assumed the office of prime minister for the second time on August 3, 2016. Breaking his alliance with the CPN-UML, which had earned huge public support for its 'nationalistic stance' during and after the Indian economic embargo, and teaming up with Nepali Congress (NC) that is soft towards New Delhi was no easy choice. But Dahal did break with the UML, alleging that then prime minister K P Sharma Oli was not sincere about resolving the Madhes issue and holding local level elections to pave the way for implementation of the new constitution.