Nepal PM confident of national Charter on time, meets businessmen : Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has assured selected few members of Nepal’s Business community that the political parties will be able to soon resolve their disputes related to constitution and that the country will thereafter take on the course of development. He also urged the businessmen to freely invest in the country and the government was working on providing them favourable atmosphere in the country.

Speaker blasts, forge consensus or accept Nepal CA process : The impending meeting of the Constituent Assembly April 13, 2015, said Chairman Subash Chandra Nembang, will trace the course of the constitution drafting process. Nemang addressing a program in Kathmandu, Saturday, April 11, 2015 said, under any circumstances, either through consensus between political parties or through the chartered CA process, the country will get the new constitution.

Oli not happy with EU remarks on CA third poll in Nepal : At a meeting with visiting EU Parliamentary delegation headed by Ms. Jean Lambert (UK) at his private residence in Balkot, Kathmandu, Arpil 11, 2015, Chairman KP Sharma Oli made it clear that the new constitution will be promulgated right by the existing constituent assembly. He also assured the delegation that the constitution will be well accepted by all sections of Nepali society.

Consensus drama in Nepal must stop: Ms. Sujata Koirala : “I possess all capabilities to steer the Nepali Congress. I have established good relations outside the country,” said Ms. Sujata Koirala and added, “Further, there is great ancestral contribution made by our family in the party. Thus, there are many people who want me to see leading the party.” The Nepali Congress leader Ms. Sujata Koirala made the remark at an interaction program in Janakpur of Dhanusha District, April 10, 2015.

EU awkward query irks Nepal leaders; some say it was undiplomatic : A mere enquiry by a member of the visiting EU Parliamentary delegation on the possibility of a third constituent assembly election has enraged some leaders in the camp of the ruling party including lethargic Prime Minister Sushil Koirala and his deputy in the Nepali Congress party Ram Chandra Poudel. Some members of Civil Society too have come heavily down against the query.

Nepal UML leader Rawal talks vague, says top hats to meet today : The United Marxist Leninist Vice Chairman Bhim Rawal has told the media that though political situation prevailing in the country has not yet become favourable enough for the political parties to arrive at a consensus but, claims that the unfolding political situation has certainly made environment favourable for talks.

EU welcomes resumption of talks between Nepal parties : Following these discussions, Ms. Lambert said, "It is our clear view that it is important for this Constituent Assembly to complete its tasks and adopt a constitution that meets the aspirations of the Nepalese people. This will lead to a successful conclusion of the peace process and pave the way for economic and social development."

Nepal ruling parties meet, discuss how to draft Charter smoothly : “There is no such bitterness and lack of confidence between the party leaders that was there in the past,” opined Khadka talking to Online Khabar and adds, “We are very much hopeful.” In the meantime, the ruling party, United Marxist Leninist and Nepali Congress met on Thursday at Prime Minister’s residence to discuss prospect of formal talks with the opposition party leaders.

Nepal Prez Dr. Yadav meets UML leaders, talks and talks only : “We are firm on giving continuity to dialogue between parties to arrive at consensus and to give continuity to constitution drafting process,” said the United Marxist Leninist Vice Chair Woman Mrs. Bidya Devi Bhandari. She made the remark while talking to press men after meeting President Ram Baran at the presidential secretariat.