• Penalize Nepal leaders for cheating Population: Dr. Mahato

    “When a citizen is involved in a simple crime he is put behind bars but political leaders who commit repeated crimes by deceiving the population do not face penal action,” he expressed his utter surprise. Logic is there. “They have been telling us that we will get the constitution but where is is,” he asked.

  • Nepal: Demand for National Unity Day, King Prithivi recalled

    Former communist leader Modanath Prashrit expressed that the present day leaders for their petty personal interest are conspiring to split the country into several pieces. “This is the time for nationalists to unite to celebrate the national unity day,” he said.

  • Nepal Maoist leader Ms. Bhusal says No to Forceful conversion

    It is intriguing if Marxism allows an individual to freely practice religion. “A state does not adhere to any religion as such. It does not believe in caste and creeds. But, secularism does not allow forceful conversion. To address the situation prevailing in the country the constitution must not allow forceful conversion to take place,” she opined.

  • Nepal PM extremely worried over countrys' fate

    In a meeting with the representatives of Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal Koirala had the other day claimed that he and the then Prime Minister Girija Prasad were both not aware of the decision to do away with the Hindu identity of the country of the incorporation of secularism in the interim constitution.

  • Nepal: Restive Madhesi parties plan protest

    The leaders of the Unified Madhesi alliance except disgruntled Upendra Yadav sat on Thursday to discuss their future strategies. Yadav, the other day claimed in an indirect manner that he was the only legitimate representative of the Madhesi population. He is the chairman of Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum-Nepal.

  • Dahal seeks Presidential Model in Nepal Charter, adds more complication

    Nevertheless, later talking to the media he said, “We have decided to give continuity to all sorts of meetings---formal and informal between the parties. We are hopeful of striking a deal to resolve our disputes in a package in 3 to 4 days.”

  • Nepal former King Gyanendra to visit Chiwan and Bara district

    Former King Gyanendra Shah is heading for Tarai/Madhesh once again. Reports claim that he is heading for Chitwan, December 21, 2014. According to sources this is his strictly private visit to the Tarai plains of the country. Shah who is a heart patient, say experts he could have been advised by doctors to avoid Kathmandu’s bitter winter. Plausible!

  • Nepal Maoists leader BRB miserably fails: Dr. Khadka

    “Our constitutional framework (prepared by NC and UML) was forwarded to the constituent assembly just for reference only”, he said and added, “It will not return to the committee again. We will initiate needed steps to allow the draft to undergo the CA process.” “We will try to hold discussion on it and also push it for consensus between the parties,” said Khadka.

Opinion

Ms. Pampha Bhusal, NCP-Maoists leader, nepal

But since this CA is an impediment for forward oriented changes and hence

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Yub Raj Gyawali, Vice Chairman, UML party, Nepal

It is not a question that the constitution can’t be drafted under external

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Professor Surendra K. C, History Department, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

Practically all exhibited their inner profound love and service towards him. Modi got

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Laxman Ghimire, Nepali Congress leader

But the fact is that the NC leaders from Mechi to Mahakali have

Opinion

Mohan Bikram Singh, General Secretary, NCP-MASAL, Nepal

Definitely, Mohan Baidya has the Marxist-Leninist line. But as regards the issues of

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Jagat Gauchan, RPP leader, Nepal

The King will definitely stage a comeback. Where has the King gone after

Five Question

Mohan Baidya, Chairman, NCP-Maoists, Nepal

We the real and honest revolutionaries are determined to form a single Communist

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

Talking as members inside the regional body, well all possess the similar status.

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Had the 1990 Constitution been a curse for the nation? Was everything

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Bhim Prasad Gautam, Unified Maoists leader, Nepal

Yes! It is a matter of fact that foreign play prevails in Nepal.

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Ishwar Pokharel, , General Secretary United Marxist Leninists

The leaders who are known for having practiced in the past irregularities, opportunist

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Telegraph Nepal,

The government and political parties that were behind the unceremonious ouster of United

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Rajan karki, Senior Journalist, Nepal/Chief Ed. Gorkha Express

A change definitely is a reform for the better. In the name of

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Ram Hari Joshi, Senior Leader, Nepali Congres

The then Indian Ambassador to Nepal, C.P. N Sinha played a crucial role

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Dr. Prakash Chandra Lohani, Vice Chairman Rastriya Jan Shakti Party

The major challenge ahead of us is to get rid of this political

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Rapid economic and social transformation be objective of Nepal diplomacy

Regional Cooperation: Leadership of both the summit and the secretariat of SAARC and later BIMSTEK should be utilized to strengthen relations with neighboring countries as well as in promoting investment, tourism, exports and trade diversification.
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NGO proliferation in Nepal only a post-democracy phenomenon

Proliferation of NGOs in Nepal, though only a post-democracy movement phenomenon, has not been able to prove their efficacy in society except in the case of education and advocacy. Ecologist, feminist and indigenous movements have gained some currency through these NGOs.
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Nepal’s efforts to industrialize are circumscribed by open border with India

The impact of globalization is so persuasive that Indian goods with a trademark label ‘for sale in Nepal’ have replaced not only Nepali goods but also goods from overseas in recent years in Nepali market that is yet to acquire the character of a national market.
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Defending Nepal Interest in the emerging internal, regional and International Challenges

Nepal’s political parties and leaders are divided on almost every important aspect of national politics, economic management and international affairs, making Nepal vulnerable to internal division and external influence.
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Local Self-Government in Nepal: Evolving Practices

The history of local self-government in Nepal can be traced to about five decades back when it got rid of the century-old family autocracy of Ranas. It was basically a rural country without an institutionalized form of governance.
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Nepali effort towards economic advance is Development sans delivery

Although Asia’s embattled economies are still fragile - ‘use of the community itself for sustainable poverty alleviation programs at the lowest level of aggregation,’ appears to be the only hope for billions of the poor in this region.
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A DECADE OF GOVERNANCE IN NEPAL: POLITICAL ASPECT

It is this system that is now a decade old. One recalls an analysis concluding that the first decade is the most crucial for new democracies to the point that such nascent democracies even go to war in the first decade. We have not gone to war and the multi party constitution and system are intact.
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A dignified and principled foreign policy is what Nepal needs

Nepal’s national interest can be undermined if the security or vital political interests of either of big neighbours are undermined in Nepal. Despite the declared policy of not allowing the Nepalese soil against the security or political interests of the neighbouring countries, including India and China....
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UK envoy in Nepal is Persona Non Grata

Cool down Mr. Ambassador. You have pinched the Nepali sentiments whether they are Christian or the followers of Hinduism. You could not understand as to how the Nepalese live together. Better learn from “we the Nepalese people”, if you wish.
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Nepal: Make public SAARC event expenditure!

Now that the ‘talking club meets of the South Asian respected buffoons’ have come to an end and thus logic demands that the Nepal Government should clarify as to what was the limit of the money that had been poured in to make the talkathon a grand success- that it was definitely not.
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We the fools of Nepal

The festivals come at regular intervals thanks the republican order, an order nobody has understood so far as to what it literally means and for whom it has been in force in the country since a couple of years approaching a decade or so.
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Nepal: Ensure Big Guy, China, entry into SAARC body or dismantle

The results though are cipher to the extent that the declarations and commitments contained therein made by these talkative leaders at time of the inception of the regional body itself remains yet to be brought into practice and let’ not talk of the recent years’ announcements. So sad.
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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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Nepal ZoP recharged, thanks Isabelle Duquesne

The long forgotten issue has very freshly been brought to the world attention once again. Thanks Isabelle Duquesne, the writer of the book “Nepal: Zone of Peace”. The book has a touch of Hindu religion because the very cover has Om printed. Omkar embodies the universe.
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Magadh Emperor Chandra Gupta's Nepali linkage

Hari Narayan Apte, an eminent Indian scholar in his book entitled “Chanakya and Chandra Gupta”, clearly mentions in his carefully written book that Chandra Gupta was the son of a KIRATI girl, Mura Devi. He also mentions that Mura Devi hailed from the mountains wherein Kirats lived then and continue to live still.
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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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Nepal and Russia relations, new thinking needed

Nepal possesses precious natural resources, flora & fauna. We export them unprocessed. There are so many items in Nepal which needed scientific research in order to ascertain their potentialities. But where is the manpower, laboratories investment?
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Nepal and Russia Relations and Global Scenario

The existing potential of Russian-Nepalese cooperation is not used in full measure at the level of small-scale and medium scale business and in hydropower production. There are some indications that the interest of the Nepalese businessman in working on the Russian market is growing.
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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: 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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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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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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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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