General Elections – the biggest festival of democracy is just around the corner. The country will go to polls in 7 phases to vote for PM candidate, starting April 11. Soon, we will see massive campaigning, rallies, discussions and much more political and social activity all around us. However, the epicenter of this massive exercise of
Kathmandu : Nepalis began voting for a new parliament on Sunday with the army on alert as a series of small blasts blamed on a rogue Maoist group reminded the Himalayan nation of the violence and instability it is hoping to leave behind. More than decade after the end of a civil war between Rogue Maoist peasant
Kurds celebrate to show their support for the independence referendum in Duhok, Iraq, September 26, 2017. Credit: Reuters Baghdad/Erbil, Iraq: Iraqi Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani said on Tuesday that Kurds had voted “yes” to independence in a referendum held in defiance of the government in Baghdad and which had angered their neighbours and their US allies.
Ram Nath Kovind is set to become the next President of India. With 70 per cent of the votes in the electoral college with him, it appears that Kovind is set to trounce his opponent, Meira Kumar. A total of 95 candidates filed nominations for the top Constitutional post, of which 93 were
Seoul: South Koreans went to the polls Tuesday to choose a new president after Park Geun-Hye was ousted and indicted for corruption, and against a backdrop of high tensions with the nuclear-armed North. Voters have been galvanised by anger over the sprawling bribery and abuse-of-power scandal that brought down Park, which catalysed frustrations over