• Nepal parties deal with King, Karan Singh key witness: Rana

    “I am not formally abreast whether there exists certain agreement, but as repeatedly claimed by the erstwhile King I am certain they must have reached a deal with him.” He also claimed that the then agitating political parties had reached the agreement in the presence of Indian leader Dr. Karan Singh.

  • Nepal Maoists are fake Communists: Shankar Pokhrel

    “Butterflies go through a life cycle. Caterpillars turn into butterflies. People love butterflies but they hate caterpillars”. So opined United Marxist Leninist Secretary Shankar Pokharel while inaugurating the first assembly of UML Kohalpur Committee in Nepalgunj, Friday. Teaching biology of evolution!

  • Nepal: Be leader of peace process not of Gun, says Sitaula

    Addressing a press meet in Tansen of Palpa, Friday, Sitaula had made the remark. Sitaula of horrendous ‘Darfur Corruption Fame’ had once met with the then India’s Muslim Foreign Minister Salman Khurshid in Kathmandu suggesting the latter to prolong the term of the then Indian Ambassador Jayant Prasad.

  • Nepal Opposition distancing from democratic process: Deuba

    Deuba alleged that the opposition parties by resorting to protest are shying away from standard democratic practices. He also urged the opposition parties to give up their rigid stand for consensus and said, “Eventfully, they have to accept standard democratic practices by renouncing their protest programs.”

  • Nepal Opposition strength show for people support: Bijaya

    Bijaya Kumar Gacchedhar hopes that following opposition show of strength on Saturday, the ruling parties will come to terms with the opposition parties. The Chairman of Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum-Loktantrik said, “It is going to be ‘final and decisive’ show of strength,” he claimed.

  • Nepal: Abide by past accords for talks to yield results, says Dahal

    “No one can promulgate the constitution by ignoring the peace agreement,” he said and continued, “Whether they wish to abide by the agreement or ignore it, the ruling parties, Nepali Congress and United Marxist Leninis, must clarify.”

  • Nepal: Deuba for plebiscite to resolve state reshuffle, new twist

    “The Prime Minister himself is holding serious talks with Chairman Pushpa Kamal of Unified Maoists to arrive at consensus,” said Deuba and added, “The Maoists must not forget the fact that their arming themselves with lethal weapons (in the past) led them to nowhere. And, thus their lathi julus will not yield anything positive.”

  • Bell the ruling NC and UML wild Cats: Dr. Bhattarai demands

    And, the truth, Baburam said, is that ridiculing the signatories of the peace and the 12-Point Agreements will not yield a sustainable constitution. Who is going to tame the wild cats, asked Baburam referring to Koirala and Oli.

Opinion

Dr. Babu Ram Bhattarai, Senior leader, Nepal Maoists party

It is now a question more to be studied by Chairman Prachanda himself.

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Engineer Santosh Aryal, President- Karuna Technology, Nepal

The human civilization began right from Nepal. A land with immense mineral potential

Opinion

Upendra Yadav, Chairman, MJF, Nepal

Look! The people have made comments having prejudices. The third law of motion

Opinion

Madhav Kumar Nepal,

The people of Madhesh have been saying me not to separate Madhesh from

Opinion

Dr. Shekhar Koirala, Nepali Congress leader

The movement has already begun. If they are not in influence from any

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The CA body will not remain in a silent mood even if any

Five Question

Bijaya Kumar Gachhedar, Chairman MJF-Loktantri party, Nepal

At the moment, I have not even a bit of desire to join

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Ishwar Pokhrel, General Secretary UML, Nepal

We cannot go the way as dictated by some good friends of Nepal

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Dharmendra Bastola, Leader NCP, Maoists, Nepal

We will raise the issue of nationalism and exposé those who were engaged

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Rajaram Shrestha , RPP leader, Nepal

If you wish to know my opinion then I would say that all

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Telegraph Nepal,

It is highly objectionable to raise the issue of restoration of Cultural Monarchy.

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So said Narayan Man Bijukche Rohit of Nepal Majdoor Kisan Party addressing a

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Comrade Prachanda, the "elevated hero" of the bygone era, has in his

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The manner in which Nepali monarchy was abolished was an illegal act.

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Nepal: Petition filed in SC, Susta border dispute with India

This place which was the Susta VDC in Nepal was merged with the Tribeni VDC in 1980, calling it Tribeni-Susta VDC, and the area along the banks of the river on the north of Susta has been called Ward No. 4 of the VDC.
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Poverty level equally hits core of democracy in Nepal

The next obstacle is the lack of a vision among the political leadership. National vision is, of course, one of the major conditions for the successes of democracy in Nepal. Most of the Nepalese leaders lack selfless, visionary, strong and effective leadership.
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Nepal: Foreign private investment and regional Scenario

Although, net FDI inflows to South Asian countries increased substantially from $ 7l7million in 1992 to $ 3426 million in 1998, FDI inflows are largely concentrated in a few countries. In 1998, $ 3100 million or 90 percent of total FDI inflows to South Asian countries had been directed to India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
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Hill ecology poverty and Nepal Terai forests

In the hills of Nepal, the vicious circle of poverty and environmental degradation is reinforced by the growth of population in the context of a traditional agrarian technology forcing farmers into ever steeper slopes and toward farther and farther forest areas in search of fodder and fuel wood; thus surrounding villages with a widening circle of denuded hill sides.
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Issues on Social Development: Poverty alleviation in Nepal

The focus of previous planned development efforts in Nepal has been on creating infrastructure for development. Although some works have also been done toward creating institutions for delivering social services, such as hospitals and health posts, schools, water supply, etc.
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Social Development in Nepal: Economic perspective

How can political equality ensured by the constitution be translated into social and economic equality? What do we mean by economic perspective on social development in Nepal? And how is economic perspective relevant to the social development?
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Globalization Impact on Labor Market in Nepal

The current Labor Act annuls the Nepal Factory and Factory- Workers Act 1959 and tries to provide wide-ranging legal protection to workers in establishments in Nepal. ‘Establishment’ refers to any enterprise set up under law employing more than ten persons.
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Growing Nepal population has impact on land leading ecological degradation

The growing population in Nepal has had acute pressure on land leading to massive deforestation that might lead to further environmental degradation causing soil erosion, desertification, and watershed degradation every year.
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Nepal: Exhausted and fatigued Prachanda

When Prachanda who enjoys the shield of highly trained commandoes remains in a threatened state then let’s not talk of how the common men may have been living in this country-a country that is still being taken as a peace loving and of ever smiling population.
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Thirty two glorious years of Nepal Telegraph weekly

We think we could do much for the nation but remain now in a fatigued and exhausted state, age wise, and thus demand apology from MOTHER NEPAL for a variety of professional reasons. Any time from now, we can disappear from the Kathmandu’s political scene and the media market.
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Doomed fate of we the people of Nepal

With all these symptoms of a failed state, deteriorating law and order not included, the ruling coalition yet claims to provide what is called the good governance in a country where the existence of a good government has become a day dreaming affair since decades and decades.
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What it means when Nepal is weak?

Have we gone so weak? Very freshly, Nepal PM met with the EU envoys. It is not clear yet as to whether Nepali PM scolded the envoys or vice versa? The EU envoys have converged. This means we have some bad news in store.
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Dr. Rizal ko beizzat bhayo aslil Hindi gana ley

Chanting of dirty slogans and ugly songs inside the Nepal’s money spinner CA body has become a common phenomenon.
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Biratnagar Nepal school days recalled: Dear Prahlad, I miss you

Prahlad, I must admit, was not only brilliant but a hard working student. Perhaps he was the class topper each year in the annual examinations. He used to tell me “Narendra! You must double your study hours...”.
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Indian film maker insults Nepal

Insulting and humiliating the Nepalese nationals by the citizens of the neighboring Indian Republic, which only came into existence, 1947, thanks the British East India Company, is not a new phenomenon.
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Maharishi ‘Ved Vyas’ son of Nepali soil

Only recently I could learn that Maharishi VED VYAS, the great saint who penned the voluminous epic, “The Maha Bharat” was himself a Nepali first and later only a Brahmin by birth.
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Nepal: THE MISSING DYNAMICS OF PEACE PROCESS:

The peace process should have addressed the structural problems which bred the insurgency. Until 2007, Nepal’s peace process was viewed with great optimism as it unfolded quickly, moving fast from the 12-point understanding to CPA to CA election to the realization of a republic (Heiniger, 2009: 47-48).
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Nepal: Development Discourse of Civil Society

Although the role of fieldworkers in the execution of the proposed program is vital, there is still a need for more special and more specific knowledge to ensure the efficiency of planning and evaluation studies. Democratic development, however, involves not only the restructuring of state-civil society relation toward freedom, economic justice, equality, autonomy and cooperation but also the role of donors.
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Nepal: New Refugees from India

The Nepalese leaders have started visiting Delhi again, not just for medical check-up, but a friendly visit as they’d like to describe, where Nepal’s political situation can be shared, and the possibilities can be explored and discussed.
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Nepal lawyers interpret SC verdict on CA differently: Media

Look how the country’s lawyers, eminent ones albeit, have taken the Supreme Court fresh verdict, May 25, 2011, made as regards the tenure of the already decayed Constituent Assembly. No comments henceforth.
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South Asia: Rehabilitation and Reconstruction in Post-Conflict Sri Lanka

It is in this regards that the International Community, especially the Governments in South Asia, has an obligation towards working with the Sri Lankan Government while sharing the lessons learnt on not only rehabilitation and reconciliation but also on counter insurgency strategy and practices.
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Indo-Pak normalized ties must for Peace in South Asia

Indeed it occupies a paramount position in Indo-Pak relations and over the years it has abundantly become clearer that without its resolution, the peace of South Asia would continue to remain an elusive commodity.
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Nepal perspective: Military intervention is not the solution

US should critically evaluate over the differences of its decades long foreign policies that are creating an anti-American sentiment worldwide.
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Nepal Views: Polish success in market economy and attracting foreign investment

Poland still faces many challenges. The transition from Communism to EU integration and the unemployment hit the people very hard. Thanks to the EU and flexible labor laws, many people flocked to the Western Europe and the UK looking for work and better life.
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