1. Khadga Prasad Oli contested and won from two constituencies in the 1999 election and gave up his Jhapa-6 seat.
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4. Khadga Prasad Oli was appointed as Prime Minister of Nepal for second time on 15 February 2018 after CPN-UML became the largest party in the House of Representatives with support from Communist Party of Nepal, the same party whose withdrawal of support had led to resignation in his first term.
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5. Khadga Prasad Oli took a defiant stance against India's position to amend the constitution and signed trade and transit treaties with China to counter Indian dependence.
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7. Khadga Prasad Oli was elected from Jhapa-7 in the 2013 Constituent Assembly election and became leader of the CPN-UML Parliamentary Party on 4 February 2014, defeating party Chairman Jhala Nath Khanal by a vote of 98 to 75.
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15. Khadga Prasad Oli was defeated in the 2008 Constituent Assembly election from Jhapa-7.
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16. Khadga Prasad Oli was appointed as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs as part of the interim government of Girija Prasad Koirala in 2006.
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23. Khadga Prasad Oli previously served as prime minister from 11 October 2015 to 3 August 2016 and was the first elected prime minister under the newly adopted Constitution of Nepal.
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25. Khadga Prasad Oli was rushed to the hospital on Monday morning after.
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