Revisiting Civil Society

By Dev Raj DahalCivil society has to take up the policy agenda of progress, climate change and post-conflict peace-building as they affect the citizens most and are important for building a viable future for Nepal.'Without civil society, democracy remains an empty shell; without civil society, the market becomes a jungle.'

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Sino-Indian Proxy War in Nepal

By Deepak Gajurel Radio Talk-show: An analysis of current Nepali domestic politics; Sino-Indian proxy war. Please click on the following link to listen or download the MP3 file (7.2 MB file size; 25.05 Minute length).http://www.box.net/shared/9k1t0kjf3g Comments are welcome.deepakgajurel@gmail.comNepalpolity.blogspot.com Deepak Gajurel

Carter for Nepal’s crisis

Yubaraj Ghimire  Former US President Jimmy Carter is visible once again on Nepal’s uncertain political scene. Last week, he called three major actors — Prime Minister Jhalanath Khanal, Maoist chief Prachanda and Nepali Congress president Sushil Koirala — asking them to do everything to have the new constitution delivered and

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मुलुक चलाउन असफल दलहरु

दीपक गजुरेलसाढे सात महिनाको घमासान तिकडमबाजी पछि प्रधानमन्त्री छान्ने हाम्रा नेताहरु सरकारलाई पूर्णता दिन झण्डै एक महिनादेखि अर्को रडाको गर्दैछन्‍ । र आम नेपाली नागरिकहरुलाई 'हामीले सहमतिको प्रयाश जारी राखेका छौँ' भनेर ढाँट्‍दैछन्‍ । २०६२–६३ को परिवर्तन पछिका झण्डै पाँच वर्षको यो अवधिमा गर्नुपर्ने महत्वपूर्ण कामहरु गरिएका छैनन्‍ । सहकार्य

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Back to the old ways?

By: Yubaraj GhimireThe fate of Nepal’s ongoing peace process and the promised new constitution depends on how sincerely Prachanda and his party, the Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoists (UCPN-M), cooperate in the process. He is focused more on retaining the party leadership and all the clout associated with it; supporting

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