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 Oct 29 2014 // Nepal News
Is Gagan Thapa against federalism?
Kathmandu: Nepali Congress leader and lawmaker Gagan Thapa has opined to prepare the preliminary draft of the new constitution by putting federalism on hold. With the approaching date for constitution promulgation, the major parties are sharply divided on federalism and form of governance. During a meeting...

Published on Oct 21 2014 // Nepal News, Slideshow
Top leaders’ ‘decisive talk’ makes no headway
Kathmandu: The much-hyped ‘decisive talks’ among the top leaders of the three major political parties on disputed issues of new constitution held at Gokarna Resort postponed without any conclusion. The leaders are scheduled to meet on Wednesday morning against to end the disagreed issues...

Published on Oct 18 2014 // Featured, Nepal News, Slideshow
Nepal’s constitution writing: Leaders told for utmost flexibility
Kathmandu: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has said new constitution should be promulgated in slated time frame as per the parties’ commitment before the people made during the Constituent Assembly (CA) polls. Saying that environment conducive should be made for this, the Prime Minister expressed...

Published on Sep 09 2014 // Nepal News
Kathmandu, September 9: Prime Minister Sushil Koriala has said that Nepali Congress can never turn away from the principle of socialism of BP Koirala. Addressing a program organized on 18th anniversary of B.P. Koirala Lions Centre for Ophthalmic Studies here today, PM Koirala said Nepal can gain prosperity...