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Modi’s second coming

The state affairs committee of parliament asked the government to clarify if Modi was going to address public rallies.

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Nextdoor Nepal: In reverse gear

Prachanda stepping in to take charge of the peace process does not inject any fresh hope.

No convergence

Some Nepalese leaders, unhappy with Modi’s new approach, are preparing to raise the ‘ek madhes, ek pradesh’ demand.

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‘Nepal’s Constitution in a year after NC-led govt formed’

Singh rejected Maoists’ demand to form a commission to inquire into alleged irregularities in polls.

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Main oppn asks Nepali Congress to lead govt

Senior politician Narayanman Bijukchhe,indicated that the President is in no mood to quit.

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Nepali Congress emerges as the largest party in Constituent Assembly elections

Headed by Sushil Koirala,the party has so far bagged 105 of the 240 announced.

Caste,animals,uncertainty dominate Nepal polls

A few parties have been formed to woo votes on the basis of caste.

Nepal parties seek probe in Maoists’ ‘bribe scam’

The Nepali Congress and the Communist Party of Nepal,Unified Marxist Leninist (CPN-UML),the key partners in the ruling alliance.

Prachanda to withdraw from PM race

According to a deal being worked out by the Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist (CPN-UML),Nepal Maoist leader Prachanda on Thursday agreed to withdraw from the prime ministerial race….

Nepal PM vote today,no clear favourite again

The chances of the country getting a new Prime Minister during parliamentary voting on Monday appears remote as at least two major groups….

Read more: CPN-UML, Nepal Army, UDMF

Nepal: Maoist leadership not acceptable to other parties

Two major political parties — the Nepali Congress and the Communist party of Nepal-Maoists (CPN-UML) — on Sunday said that they would not allow the Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoists (UCPN-M)….

Nepal PM ignores Maoist deadline,set for Budget

Prime Minister Madhav Nepal on Wednesday refused to honour the deadline that the Maoists had set for him….

Nepal PM won’t resign immediately: CPN-UML

Nepalese PM Madhav Kumar Nepal will not step down immediately as there are other issues which needs to be sorted out,his party CPN-UML said.

No power sharing deal so far; Maoists general strike continues

Nepal’s three largest parties failed to reach a consensus to resolve the political crisis that has spilled on to the streets,but agreed to resume talks on a power-sharing deal.

Read more: Congress, CPN-UML, Maoist
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Maoist led govt in Nepal by next week: Prachanda

Former PM Prachanda claimed that the current political deadlock in Nepal will end within a week and a Maoist-led national “consensus government” would be in place.

Read more: CPN-UML, Maoist, Prachanda