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MP’s vote to be equivalent to 79 votes: Bills on presidential, national assembly polls registered (ht 15/09/2017), Civic body chief’s vote to have a weightage of 18 (ht 15/09/2017)

Give and take: If a few districts in the west or east need breaking up for the constitution to be written, break them up, by Pramod Mishra (kp 08/01/2015)

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Federalism and Public Expenditure for Human Development in Nepal: An emerging agenda, by Wolrd Bank 2021




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