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Nepal may embrace a serious communal discord if, claims Yadav : Chairman Mehendra Rai Yadav of Tarai Madhesh Sadvwana Party claims that if genuine Madhesi demands are not addressed by new constitution the country could immediately be pushed towards serious communal discord which will lead the country towards disintegration.


Nepal Charter draft shall go ahead, Oli sounds Indian envoy : The Indian Ambassador to Nepal Sri Ranjit Rae met with chairman KP Sharma Oli of United Marxist Leninist, July 12, 2015. The meeting took place at UML parliamentary delegation office in Singhdurbar, Kathmandu.


Groupism in Nepal Maoists party irks Dahal, attacks BRB : Chairman Pushpa Kamal of Unified Maoists has come down heavily against rising ‘group-ism’ in the party that he heads and claimed that the party no longer possesses the character of a communist party at all. He also opined that if the trend continued in the party it could eventually crumble apart. Munna Bhai must have laughed.


Preliminary Nepal Charter draft burning season commences : The Mohan Baidya Kiran led Nepal Communist Party-Maoist set ablaze the preliminary draft of the new constitution. Other parties representing the 33-Parties alliance that the NCP-Maoist is heading were also part of the program. Separate programs where the new draft was set on fire were held at all three districts of Kathmandu valley.


Nepal: Preeliminary draft of Charter an invitation for war, claims Rai : Rai is also the party’s leader of parliamentary delegation. The draft he said in anti-people and is being imposed on the country as per the whims of the four party leaders, Nepali Congress, UML, Unified Maoists and Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum-Loktantrik.


Federal matters to be sorted in two weeks: Nepal CA Speaker : Chairman Subash Chandra Nembang of Constituent Assembly claims that if the top leaders of major parties want they can resolve issues related to naming the federal states and their delineation in a matter of half an hour. Nembang made the remark in an interaction with the press in his official secretariat, July 11, 2015.


Nepal: Delhi visit to pocket more Indian support, claims Prachanda : Chairman Pushpa Kamal of Unified Maoists claims that the objective behind his impending visit to New Delhi is to seek Indian support in bringing the ongoing peace and constitution drafting process in Nepal to a positive end. Means the June 6, 2002 Nepal Maoists-Indian BJP treaty is still valid?


Nepal: We are sparks but can cause immense damage, claims Baidya : Chairman Mohan Baidya Kiran of Nepal Communist Party-Maoist has warned the so-called top parties that his party was in fact a spark. He added, “A single spark can cause a prairie fire.” “We are small but we can cause major damage,” he warned again.


Biplav highly ashamed looking Nepal leaders silence over Lipulekh : General Secretary Netra Bikram Chand ‘Biplav’ of Nepal Communist Party(Maoist) claims that he feels ashamed looking at the faces of Nepal’s Gaddar (Back stabber) leaders. He said, “Malai thukka bhanna manlage ko cha”.