India challenged in Nepal’s politics

The India-guided so called 'political change' in domestic politics has landed this peaceful Himalayan nation into a hell: politically, socially, morally, economically, religiously, diplomatically, and in all aspects of a nation's life. Nepali politicians, working as puppets for India's interests, are now trapped into the growing conflicts of interests among

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Is It Adjournment Or Abandonment On The Right?

By Maila Baje — Where does the unification effort between the two factions of the right-of-center Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) stand today? RPP chairman Pashupati Shamsher Rana insists that the amalgamation announcement set for August 9 could not take place because of the parties’ failure to agree on ‘balance of

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Nepal Politics: Chinese checkers

By Yubaraj Ghimire — Political circles are debating “what will happen” to Nepal’s growing — and meaningful — proximity to China in proportion to its distance with India. Given China’s clear message that its president, Xi Jinping, will visit Nepal in a few months only if there is political stability

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In Nepal, a deadlock, a likely confrontation

By Rajesh Singh – While many experts and the single-judge Bench of the Supreme Court may have legal arguments to justify the basis for the interim stay on the 16-point agreement, one cannot escape the political implications of the setback to the breakthrough. For one, the wait for a Constitution

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राजसंस्था, बीपी र नेपाली काँग्रेस

बीपी, राजसंस्था र नेपाली काँग्रेस —नेपाली कांग्रेसका नवगणतन्त्रवादीहरूले नेपाली जनतालाई निर्णय गर्न दिनुभन्दा बाह्रबुँदेका रचयिताप्रति बढी विश्वास र समर्पणको रबैया अपनाए, नेपालमा परिवर्तनको यात्रा निर्धारण गर्न। एमाले माओवादीले उग्र परिवर्तनका नाममा भारतको हस्तक्षेपलाई २०६२/६३ मा स्विकारेनन् मात्र त्यसलाई संस्थागत गर्न लागेका छन्।

Consensus Nepal Politics: A Futile Circus

By Deepak Gajurel — The constitution making process in the country's Constitution Assembly (CA) is stalled with many fierce disagreements among the partners of 12-point Delhi Agreement. The Delhi agreement (brokered by India and signed by insurgent Maoist and seven parliamentary parties) was the takeoff point that led to the

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India to Join Opposition protest in Nepal !?

By Telegraph Nepal India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi in line with the British imperial policy espoused by first Indian Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru claims that his country possesses special right to interfere in the internal matters of Nepal. This time the interference will be on religious ground. Nehru habits

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