Election update: Results are out from 351 municipalities

Kathmandu: The final voting results of 351 municipalities have been made public till 8 pm Tuesday. The final results of 351 municipalities, including 70 municipalities and 281 rural municipalities, have been made public, according to the Election Commission. According to the commission, the Nepali Congress, which is in the first position, has so far won… Continue reading Election update: Results are out from 351 municipalities

Election update: Independent candidate Balen Shah leading in KMC

Kathmandu: Independent candidate for the post of mayor of Kathmandu Metropolitan City Balen Shah has maintained his wide lead. In the current situation till 7 pm Tuesday, Shah is leading with 5,999 votes. Till the time, 33,222 votes have been counted and Shah is leading with 12,877 votes. His rival Keshav Sthapit of the CPN-UML… Continue reading Election update: Independent candidate Balen Shah leading in KMC

Election commission asks Prachanda for clarification on threatening voters

Kathmandu: The Election Commission (EC) has sought clarification from CPN (Maoist) Central Committee Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda. According to the Commission, Prachanda was asked for clarification on the basis of a complaint lodged by the Nepali Congress VP alleging intimidation of voters at a public meeting in Bharatpur, Chitwan. Prachanda has been accused of… Continue reading Election commission asks Prachanda for clarification on threatening voters

Vote counting begins in Lalitpur Metropolitan City, Nepali Congress on lead

Kathmandu: Vote counting in Lalitpur Metropolitan City has started. According to the preliminary vote count of Lalitpur Metropolitan City, Nepali Congress has made the lead. Chiribabu Maharjan, the mayoral candidate from the Nepali Congress, is leading with 28 votes out of 50. Similarly, UML’s Harikrishna Byanjankar got 10 votes. In Lalitpur, there is a ruling… Continue reading Vote counting begins in Lalitpur Metropolitan City, Nepali Congress on lead

Local election update: Balen Shah leading with 287 votes

Kathmandu: The counting of votes of the Kathmandu Metropolitan City is being held at the National Assembly House, Bhrikuti Mandap. Independent mayoral candidate Balen Shah has received 287 votes so far. Keshav Sthapit, the mayoral candidate from the CPN-UML, who is following him, has got 192 votes. From the same alliance, Nepali Congress’ Sirjana Singh… Continue reading Local election update: Balen Shah leading with 287 votes

Local election: Vote counting continues

Kathmandu: Vote counting of local election is ongoing across the country. So far, the results of nine municipalities, including those unopposed in the municipal elections, have been made public. According to the results, UML has won four seats, Congress three and UCPN (Maoist) two so far. UML has won in Manang Ngisyang rular municipality, Loghekar… Continue reading Local election: Vote counting continues

64 percent votes have been cast across the country while voting postponed in 44 centers

Kathmandu: The Election Commission (EC) has so far estimated that 64 percent of votes have been cast across the country. The commission said in a press conference this evening that it had estimated that 64 percent of votes have been cast in the country so far and that the number could increase. Speaking at the… Continue reading 64 percent votes have been cast across the country while voting postponed in 44 centers

Voting closes; EC estimates more than 65 pc votes casted

Chief Election Commissioner Dinesh Kumar Thapaliya casting his vote. Photo Courtesy: Election Commission

Kathmandu: Voting for second local election of Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal has concluded. Voting thats was started 7 am today has concluded at 5 pm. The Election Commission (EC) has estimated that more than 65 percent of the votes have been cast this time. The commission is preparing to provide more details in this… Continue reading Voting closes; EC estimates more than 65 pc votes casted