Anastasia Deeva is a Ukrainian politician and diplomat. In 2016, Deeva was appointed as a Deputy Minister for the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine.
Gore Bahadur Khapangi Magar (गोरेबहादुर खपाङ्गी मगर in Nepali) was a Nepali indeginous activist, leftist politician, a teacher and a former minister for Women and Children Affairs.
Jeevan Bahadur Shahi (or Jiwan Bahadur Shahi, जीवन बहादुर शाही in Nepali) is a Nepali politician belonging to the Nepali Congress Party. An aeroplane pilot by training, Shahi represents Humla constituency 1 in Nepal's parliament.
Sita Devi Yadav (सीतादेवी यादव in Nepali) is a Nepali political leader belonging to the Nepali Congress Party. In March 2016, Sita Devi was elected Nepali Congress party's treasurer during the party's 13th National General Convention in Kathmandu.
Jibraj Ashrit (or Jeev Raj Ashrit, जीवराज आश्रित in Nepali) was a Nepali communist leader who was killed in the Dashdhunga car accident incident on 16 May 1993, with another popular Nepali communist figure Madan Bhandari.
Nabina Lama (1983-) is a Nepali student political activist and the Chairperson of the All Nepal National Free Students Union (ANNFSU), a student wing of the leftist CPN (UML) party.
Dr. Sasanka Koirala (aka Dr. Sashanka Koirala, डा. शशांक कोइराला in Nepali) is a retired ophthalmologist and a Nepali politician. In March 2016, he was elected as the General Secretary of Nepal's biggest political party Nepali Congress.
Krishna Sitaula is a senior Nepali politician belonging to the Nepali Congress Party. He has served as Nepal's Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister in the past.
Ujwal Thapa is a Nepali youth activist, entrepreneur and the chairperson of Nepal's youth-led political party BibeekSheel Nepali Party. Before joining active politics in 2013, he initiated several start-ups and led some of them into success. He is one of the co-founders of Entrepreneurs for Nepal, a platform that inspires Nepali entrepreneurs to network and coordinate; and Nepal Unites campaign, an active citizenship campaign.
Ramnath Dhakal was a Nepali political leader and a social worker. A member of the Communist Party of Nepal, he died of swine flu and other problems in 2015.
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