Government seems unwilling to take unpopular measures in public interest.
Emerging religious, ethnic faultlines could trip Oli’s vision of a prosperous Nepal.
Nepal Prime Minister KP Oli’s India visit has removed many misgivings of the recent past.
Early snags in proposed unification of Left parties could affect PM Oli’s position.
Nepal’s economy is in a dismal shape and its coffers are almost empty, a government white paper has said and admitted the international community may not find the situation encouraging enough to invest.
Message has gone out: International community must keep off domestic politics.
By undermining judiciary, PM K P Oli has indicated his totalitarian ambitions.
A press statement issued by the Judicial council stated that CJ Parajuli had been relieved of his post after careful examination of his birth and academic certificate that showed him having attained the superannuation age (65) seven months ago.
The supreme court will be taking up the case Tuesday, but it was not yet known who will substitute Justice Rana.
Nepal plane crash: Of 71 on board, 12 critically injured; crash could be due to ‘confusion between pilot, Air Control’
Pak PM’s Kathmandu visit indicates an assertive turn in Nepal’s foreign policy.
Abbasi plans to meet Maoist chief Pushpa Kamal Dahal and President Bidhya Bhandari, but his itinerary does not include any meeting with former Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition Sher Bahadur Deuba.
He has been consolidating his powers by amending rules, expanding coalition.
The Kantipur group had been exonerated in a contempt case last year when it carried a series of reports accusing Parajuli of rape, before he became the Chief Justice.
Factions in the Communist Party could make the new government unstable
CPN-UML’s K P Sharma Oli to serve as PM for 3 years, CPN-Maoist head Prachanda to serve for remaining two
With Maoists refusing to join, task is cut out for a minority government.
The Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist) or CPN-UML Chairman K P Oli Thursday took over as Nepal’s Prime Minister with the support of the Maoists, who had withdrawn support from his previous coalition government in 2016.
All players must be made stakeholders to achieve political stability.
Sushma Swaraj’s visit is seen differently in Delhi and Kathmandu
Papa CJ started stand-up comedy in 2004 after his visit to the annual Fringe festival in Edinburgh. Since then, amongst various places, he has performed at the Sydney Opera House and also at gun-point in South Africa, he quips.