Gorkha, Nov 20: Candidate for the House of Representatives (HoR) from Gorkha Constituency-2 and Chairperson of the Maoist Center, Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that the flow of voters was low this morning.
KATHMANDU, Nov 19: The movement of people returning home from the checkpoints of Kathmandu Valley for the election to the members of the House of Representatives and provincial assembly has increased sharply.
POKHARA, Nov 12: A memorandum drawing the attention of the Election Commission was submitted calling for ensuring that people with psychosocial disabilities are represented or voted equally like other people in the general elections to be held on November 20.
KANCHANPUR, Nov 8: People, who suffer from floods in the Banhara-Doda River of Shuklaphanta Municipality-12 in the district every year, are all set to press the election candidates for their commitment to solve problems and request for votes thereafter. The locals are united with the voice on whether the candidates pledge or not for their cause.
KUSHMA, Oct 27: The election to the House of Representatives and provincial assemblies is due on coming November 20. So, the election candidates are busy campaigning for the election and are making several initiatives to convince the voters.
KATHMANDU, Oct 4: The Election Commission (EC) has published the details of all voters — their serial number, voter number, voting place, polling station, names of father, mother, spouse. The EC published the details of the voters on its website -- www.election.gov.np.
KATHMANDU, August 22: Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Dinesh Kumar Thapaliya has said the media should play a vital role to enhance public trust in the electoral system and ensure huge voter turnout in the upcoming elections.
KATHMANDU, May 10: Nearly half of the voters have been deprived of their right to vote in the upcoming local level election on May 13. According to estimates, more than 20 percent of the total population (29,192,480) or about 6 million voters are abroad. That's more than half the total votes to be cast.
TULSIPUR, May 8: The names of the deceased voters in Dang district have not been removed from the list of voters so far. Such names have not been removed as the local levels have not sent the list of the deceased voters since 2017.
UDAYAPUR, March 30: Over 200,000 voters have been registered in Udayapur for the local level elections scheduled for May 18. Likewise, a total of 98 polling centers and 258 polling booths have been allocated for the upcoming election in the district, according to the election office of the district.
JUMLA, Feb 19: As many as 6,271 new voters have been registered at the District Election Office, Jumla. Of them, 3,040 are females while 3,231 are males. The voter list with new photos was collected in Jumla from July 18 to February 7.
KATHMANDU, Feb 14: The implementation of the apex court order to make necessary arrangements to ensure voting rights to Nepalis living abroad is less likely to be implemented largely due to dilly-dallying on the part of the government. The government officials argue that it is not feasible for implementation.
KATHMANDU, Feb 14: The Election Commission (EC) has stated that there will be about 17.9 million voters in the local-level election scheduled for May 13. As per the constitutional arrangement, people above the age of 18 are eligible to cast vote in the election.
SIRAHA, Jan 31: More than 21,000 new voters have been added in Siraha. A total of 21,010 voters including 11,006 male and 10,004 female were added to the list of voters in the district, according to the District Election Office.
As a part of an international observation mission, this scribe had the opportunity to observe the election process of recently concluded presidential election of Sri Lanka. Brief observation of the election is compiled here in order to share their experiences and learn lessons from them.
HONG KONG, Nov 24: More than a million voters thronged polling stations across Hong Kong on Sunday in district elections viewed as a key barometer of support for city leader Carrie Lam, besieged by nearly six months of often violent pro-democracy protests.
ROLPA, March 28: Amid acute water shortage in their area, locals of Sunil Smriti Rural Municipality of Rolpa have been questioning their local representatives of the significance of the commitments they made during the local level elections. The representatives, during their election campaign, had promised the locals of solving the problem of water shortage. Many of the representatives had marked the water issue as their major priority. Ten months down the line, the situation has not improved.
KATHMANDU, Jan 22: The Province no. 2 is atop in regard with the number of voters it has for the National Assembly (NA) election slated for coming February 7 while the Province 6 has the least number of voters.
KATHMANDU, Jan 6: In the run up to the local, parliamentary and provincial elections, UML leaders made relentless efforts to cash in on the support of voters in Butwal, Dang and Nepalgunj with a self-contradictory campaign promise: to make the cities the administrative capital of Province 5.
BHAKTAPUR, Dec 18: "We do not have water supply in our area. Please bring water to our area," pleaded 84-year-old Krishna Bahadur Shrestha of Sirutar, Surya Binayak Municipality-1, Bhaktapur recently when he met Mahesh Basnet, the MP-elect from Bhaktapur constituency-2.
CPN-UML is the party which has always prioritized national integrity, unity, sovereignty and freedom of people. We grabbed a glorious victory in the local elections and fortunately we were able to repeat the same in the parliamentary and provincial elections too
DHADING, Dec 13: “We gave you what you asked for and now it’s your turn to address our demands,” said Laxmi Gurung of Nilkantha Municipality ward-4 while congratulating a leader after his victory in the recent parliamentary elections.
KATHMANDU, Dec 8: The second phase of the parliamentary and provincial elections concluded successfully Thursday with millions of voters turning up to cast their ballots defying threats and intimidation from the poll-opposing forces.
DHARAN, Dec 7: Voting at Dharan sub metropolitan’s constituency-1 has restarted with vigor after a socket bomb terrorized voters earlier. At around 9:45 AM, an unidentified person had exploded the bomb at Chandra Sanskrit Higher Secondary School pooling booth.
CHITWAN, Dec 7: Excited voters reach early morning at polling centers to cast their votes for the historical elections of House of Representatives and provincial Assembly, today.
Voters were visible queuing before 6:00 AM in Chamelidevi Piya Aadharbhut School polling center, of Bharatpur-3, Chitwan.
DANG, Dec 7: Altogether 2,584,910 voters from 10 districts of Province 5 will be taking part in the much-awaited parliamentary and provincial elections on Thursday. There are 12 districts in this province but Rukum and Rolpa have already taken part in the first phase of elections.
KATHMANDU, Dec 6: The Washington Post, one of the world’s leading newspapers has argued that following Thursday’s elections, each vote will help to determine whether Nepal will rely on either of its two neighbors.
DANG, Dec 6: A long queue for voter registration a few months ago and another queue on Tuesday for her voter identity card haven't diminished the excitement of Manakali Pun of Ghorahi at the idea of voting for the first time.