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Multan knocks Quetta out of PSL with 110-run win        WTC Final: Kohli eyes legacy, Williamson prize for consistency in battle of equals        India extends USD 100 million Line of Credit to Sri Lanka for solar energy projects        China successfully launches first crew to new space station        Biden, Putin discuss ambassadors, nuclear weapons and more        Pre-monsoon showers in national capital        Sonia taken Covid jabs, govt should inoculate all instead of creating non-issues: Cong        PM should acknowledge his mistakes, seek expert help to rebuild India: Rahul        PM invites world to invest in India        Yuvraj Singh becomes face of PUMA Motorsport in India        Dutee expects Olympics spot on basis of world rankings if not through qualification timing        India's fuel demand rebounds in June        Power consumption grows 9.3 pc in first half of June        UK expands COVID-19 vaccination drive to cover all over-21s        China says nuclear fuel rods damaged, no radiation leak        Tourists delighted after Taj Mahal reopens after two months        Odisha extends partial lockdown till July 1, opens borders with Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand        PM to launch customised crash course for Covid frontline workers        Unseeded Krejcikova wins maiden Grand Slam title in Paris        Diesel at Rs 100 mark in Rajasthan; Karnataka sees Rs 100/ltr petrol        
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International News
KP Oli takes oath as Nepal PM; to prove majority within 30 days
 
Kathmandu: K P Sarma Oli took oath of office on Friday after being reappointed as Prime Minister of Nepal a day earlier, as other parties failed to form a coalition government to take his place.

President Bidya Devi Bhandari administered the oath to Oli and 24 ministers in his cabinet.

Oli got reappointed as head of a minority government since other parties had failed to garner a majority of support from lawmakers to form a new government by Thursday evening as set by the president.

On Monday, President Bhandari had called political parties for the formation of a coalition government by 21:00 hrs on Thursday evening after Oli lost a vote of confidence in Parliament.

He had got only 93 votes, short of 43 in the 271-member House of Representatives.

The Nepali Congress party, the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist Centre) and a section of the Janata Samajbadi Party failed to manage a majority to form a new government even after a series of negotiations.

As a result, Oli was asked for the third time to head the government as he is the parliamentary party leader of the Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist) which holds 121 seats in the lower house.

Oli will have to win a vote of trust in the house within 30 days as per the Constitution.


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ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
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KERALA NEWS
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NATIONAL NEWS
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