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Maoist leader Prachanda slapped at public event

Maoist supremo Prachanda, Nepal'smost powerful politician, was on Friday slapped by a young activist, believed to be a supporter of his own party, in full public view.

The incident took place during

Prachanda withdraws from prime ministerial race in Nepal

Maoist chairman, Mr Pushpa Kamal Dahal, on Friday withdrew from the ongoing prime ministerial election, paving the way for formation of a national consensus government in Nepal and ending nearly three

Tainted Maoists lose PM poll

Kathmandu, Sept. 5: Dogged by allegations of trying to buy MPs and fighting a leaked tape that purportedly caught a senior aide seeking Nepali Rs 500 million from a “friend” in China, the Maoist chief

No Nepal PM even after fifth attempt

Kathmandu, Aug. 23: Nepal’s legislators on Monday rejected Maoist chief, Mr Prachanda, and his NC rival, Mr Ram Chandra Poudyal, for the fifth time in the prime ministerial elections, plunging the cou

India not interfering, Shyam Saran tells Nepal Maoists

The Indian Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh's special envoy to Nepal, Mr Shyam Saran, began his whirlwind consultations on Thursday by first holding talks with the top leaders of the Maoist party.


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