Nepal PM for India: Arey Yeh To Hamara Hi Aadmi Hai : Prof. Dhruba : In essence, we must never forget to what late J. N. Dixit, India’s widely acclaimed diplomat, had said as regards India’s relations with Nepal. He had said, (sic), “Diplomacy is not a charity”. Under the prevailing circumstances, let me quote what Rajiv Sikri-yet another Indian diplomat, had penned in his book “Challenge and Strategies-2009” wherein he states that ”Nepal for India is nothing more like a chicken on the dining table”-Ghar Ki Murgi Dal Barabar.
Inclusion of Madhesis in Nepal Army be gradually increased : We have not been talking of the inclusion of the Madhesi community be made into the Nepal Army institution by ignoring the prevailing rules and regulations, set standards, qualification and discipline of the institution of the Nepal Army
Not all policemen in Nepal are corrupt: IGP Ravindra Shah : It is totally unfair to label the entire Police Force as a corrupt institution.
NC not to tolerate Nepal Maoist hegemony any more : The Nepali Congress warns the Maoists not to take the magnanimity of the NC as weakness. Our party will not tolerate anymore the Maoists hegemony as we did in the past. The days of Maoists hegemony have gone now.
Nepal regional and ethnic division not appropriate: Pariyar : “To reward any region and area in the name of a particular ethnic group is not an appropriate measure to correct the centralized order that remained under the control of a particular community in the past.
Nepal-India relations is not only limited to treaties: Pradhan : ....but in the name of changing the treaty it should not become a political tool for gaining cheap popularity. We need to be careful of conspiracies aimed at maligning relations between the two nations.
Affirmed Madhesh dishonest leaders comprise Maoist-Madhesi team: Pokharel : The leaders who are known for having practiced in the past irregularities, opportunist behaviour, corrupt exercises and yet some claim that they were the pillars of the present Maoists-Madhesi alliance”.
UNMIN’s return from Nepal, disaster imminent: Ananta : The government and political parties that were behind the unceremonious ouster of United Nations’ Mission in Nepal, UNMIN, will be entirely responsible for the likely disaster that may
Nepal: Champions of change have no right to coddle in criminal acts : A change definitely is a reform for the better. In the name of bringing about reforms in the society, the one who shields criminal acts can also be equally taken as a criminal whether it is Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala, Jhal Nath Khanal or Prachanda.