Headline

Do not derail this Nepal government: Sujata Koirala : Sujata made the remark while her party leaders including president Sher Bahadur with the tacit support of India is plotting to derail the government.“Immediate change in government will only stall the development works initiated by the government”, she continued.


PM Oli needs electrical shock: Nepal : “We are aware that recently the government was about to bid adieu. We still remember those grim faces in Baluatar. Madhav Nepal, JN Khanal, Bam Dev and other leaders expressed their total support to the government and played their role to strengthen the government”, he said.


No meaning to attend Nepal government talk meet: Upendra : The leaders of agitating Madhesi alliance have rejected attending an all-party meeting called by the government. Chairman Upendra Yadav of Federal Socialist Forum talking to the media said that the alliance leaders will not be taking part in the meeting called by Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Oli.


Nepal must bridge India and China: Bhattarai : The former Maoist leader who currently leads the so-called movement called as ‘New Force’ addressing a program in Kathmandu said, “Our prosperity in only possible by transforming our country into a vibrant bridge between India and China.”


No relevance in holding Nepal local level elections: Poudel : “The country has already been endorsed as a federal state”, he reminded referring to the newly promulgated constitution and questioned the motive of the government, “What is the need for holding local level election as per the earlier setup”


India is best served by Nepalese Pahadi pimps: Biplab : “How many years have passed already since the Nepalis begun demanding their Gorkhaland”, he asks and continues, “How is it possible that a country that takes repressive measures against its own people will help liberate people from another country?”


Nepal can not become a secular nation: Shashank Koirala : The Nepali Congress Central Committee member Sashank Koirala is also not in favor of retaining secular status of the country. He remarked, “A country with more than eighty per cent Hindu population cannot become a secular nation”.


Nepal protest will be a decisisive one: Mahato : Chairman Rajendra Mahato of Sadvawana Party commenting on the ongoing capital centric protest led by the seven party Madhesi alliance claims that the protesting parties will return to Madhesh from Kathmandu only after ensuring that Madhesis get their much deserving rights.


Indian PM prefers dialogue for Nepal disputes : Reports have it that Mahanta Thakur- Madhesi leader representing the agitating Madhesi parties who is currently in New Delhi has held a forty minutes long meeting with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Bhai Damodar das Modi.