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Nepal: New Charter may not last for long even if it is drafted, claims Thapa : "Politics of prohibition, faulty roadmap and above all power lust continues unabated in Nepali politics today and the seven point agreement reached between the coalition partners prior to the formation of the government has undermined the basic norms and values of the democratic order," he said.


Nepal's Hindu identity soon after Modi is Indian PM, says Singhal : The Chairman of the World Hindu Federation (WHF) Ashok Singhal- an India national, has declared that with Bharatiya Janata Party's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi assuming power in New Delhi, Nepal will be declared a Hindu State once again. Singhal declared this at a program in Biratnagar, April 1, 2014.


Nepal: Public now suspect the ability of present day leaders, says SB Thapa : At a program organized to celebrate his 87th birth anniversary former Prime Minister Surya Bahadur Thapa in Kathmandu, March 20, 2014, claimed that there lay no alternative to timely drafting the constitution. Happy birth day Senior Nepali leader.


Nepal: Several key issues remain to be sorted first, says Minister Khadka : The Unified Maoists Party has been in favor of creating eleven states and they had also forwarded a thirteen state(s) model," so says Nepali Minister for urban development Dr. Narayan Khadka. The Nepali Congress leader adds that if the parties do not come to terms over the issue, it could be settled through a referendum.


Nepal: Charter draft is not that easy, says Minister Nidhi : Minister for Physical Planning and Transportation Bimalendra Nidhi is of the view that constitution drafting process is not as simple as binding a book printed in printing press. The Minister who represents the Nepali Congress, party, Deuba camp, made this frustrating remarks while addressing a program in Banepa of Kavre district, March 29, 2014.


Nepal: CA Speaker not sure of Constitution draft on time : There is the distant possibility that the country will get its new constitution, so hinted the Chair of the Constituent Assembly Subash Chandra Nambang. But what about the monthly perks and facilities? Will it be returned and deposited in the national exchequer?


Nepal: No prospect of Unity with Maoists led by Dahal, says Badal : General Secretary Ram Bahadur Thapa addressing a program in Damauli of Tanahu District, March 29, 2014 has also ruled out any possibility of reunification with the Unified Maoists' Party. "There is no possibility of unity with the party that has abandoned revolutionary ideology to adopt revisionist policies."


Nepal: Prospect of unification victim of conspiracies, says Badal : "The reactionaries have begun hatching conspiracies to foil the reunification prospect," he said. "The communist movement is still in a stalled state in the country, unity between the communists has become a must to complete the stalled revolt," he opined.


Nepal: Take ex King Gyanendra into confidence for Charter draft, says Thapa : Thapa also criticized the decision of the major three parties to give shape to the so-called High Level Political Committee. With the decision to form HLPC, the countdown for the fall of Sushil Koirala led government has already begun, he declared.