Published on: Oct 20, 2022
Growing urbanization is inevitable, but federalism is not able to promote balanced urban growth and services in the country. People are coming to the capital due to a lack of employment opportunities and quality health and education services at the province and local levels.
By Dr. Prabin Manandhar | Oct 01, 2022
At a time when some constitutional commissions are struggling to demonstrate their visible presence by exercising their enormous constitutional powers, Chief Elections Commissioner Dinesh Kumar Thapaliya has revealed how studies conducted by Niti Foundation helped them to make the commission’s function effective and strong
By Keshab Poudel | Oct 04, 2022
Recently, Nepal has chosen realistic approaches to multilateral issues keeping Nepal’s core national interest in mind. However, Nepal’s foreign policy Mandarins are yet to reform multilateral policy towards Israel with whom Nepal has cordial and warmth relations at the bilateral level
By Keshab Poudel | Oct 08, 2022
With no possibility to win the elections by contesting alone, political parties are contesting the forthcoming elections by making alliances. Four parties of the ruling alliance led by Nepali Congress, with Maoist Center, NCP-Unified Socialist and United Front, are fighting with the alliance led by CPN-UML. Given many advantages, the ruling party alliance might perform well in the FPTP. However, the rise of RPP will make some difference for the NC and UML in terms of total voting for the Proportional Representatives.
By A Correspondent | Oct 18, 2022