Published on Mar 07 2015 // Featured, Nepal News
Top four leaders of major political parties get responsibility to troubleshoot major disputes
Top leaders’s  meeting: File photo The much-hyped meeting of top leaders that was expected to forge consensus in the major disputes of the new constitution could make no headway but handed over the responsibility to the top heads of major political parties. Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala,...

Published on Dec 03 2014 // Featured, Nepal News, Slideshow
KP Oli says fundamentalists would rise if no timely constitution
UML Chairman KP Oli As there are slim chances of constitution promulgation by January 22, CPN (UML) Chairman KP Oli has observed that statute is the need of the time even by cutting the Constituent Assembly (CA) timetable short. As per the NC-UML agreement inked last year, Prime Minister Sushil Koirala...

Published on Nov 23 2014 // Featured, Nepal News, Slideshow
Maoist supremo Prachanda hints at boycotting incumbent CA
Kathmandu: Just two months ahead of constitution promulgation date, former rebel leader and only living signatory of the Comprehensive Peace Accord (CPA) has hinted at moving out from the Constituent Assembly (CA) if the new constitution was promulgated through a majority vote, bypassing the Maoists...

Published on Nov 22 2014 // Nepal News
Kathmandu: The Carter Center has asked Nepal’s political parties to uphold the spirit of consensus upon which the peace process and Constituent Assembly (CA) are founded and to find broadly acceptable compromises to draft a constitution. In a statement, the Carter Center said Nepal’s constitution-making...

Published on Nov 17 2014 // Opinion
Hovering clouds over new constitution
By Uttam Mainali Despite the deadline of January 22 looms for constitution promulgation, the moment in the historic and sovereign Constituent Assembly (CA) is gaining very lethargic; and the senior leaders of major political forces are lost in the conundrums as if they are playing hide and seek. The...

Published on Sep 02 2014 // Interview
Baburam should follow party rule and system: Narayankaji
How do you view the current altercation in UCPN (Maoist)? A revolutionary movement never moves ahead in a linear measurement. It moves ahead with the process of topsy-turvy. During the time of crisis in movement, the entire party, cadres and leaders are negatively influenced because of change in physical...