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The progressive and regressive issues of Nepali Constitution: A study in the light of Constitution of India

Paper No. 6353                                  Dated 07-Mar-2018

Guest Column by Dr Vijay Srivastava and Jivesh Jha

Nepal: Madhesi Groups Splitting Again? - Update No. 361

Note No. 797                                        Dated 07-Mar-2018

By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

Ever since the General election results were known, both the Madhesi groups have been in talks with the UML leaders for joining the government provided their basic bottom line demand of amending the constitution is accepted. We had also in the updates said that it is in the interest of the Madhesis and in the larger interest of stability of the country that the two groups join the government.

Nepal: Use the China Card for getting more leverage with India- K.P. Oli- Update No. 360

Note No. 796                              Dated 23-Feb-2018
By Dr. Chandrasekharan
 
K.P.Oli, the chairman of the UML and now the 41st Prime Minister Nepal, in an interview with the South China Morning Post, Hongkong made three very significant points in Nepal’s relations with China and India.  These were 
 
1.  He wants to deepen the ties with China to explore more options and get more leverage in dealing with India and in keeping with the times.
 

Nepal: Nepal-India Relations: India’s Course Correction should be Welcomed: Update No. 359.

Note No. 795                                     Dated 31-Jan-2018
 
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
The impending visit of Indian Foreign Minister to Nepal even before the new government is formed should be welcomed.  This visit was preceded by two calls from Indian Prime Minister inviting K.P.Oli to visit  India  and the response of Oli is very encouraging. In turn,  Oli invited the Indian PM to visit Mukthinath and Lumbini and significantly not Janakpur!
 

Nepal: Delaying Tactics of Deuba: Unjustified- Update No. 358

Note No. 794                                     Dated 12-Jan-2018
 
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
It is more than a month since the elections under the new constitution took place.  Still, there appears to be no immediate chance of the new government being formed.  It may take another month or even more and as one commentator said that perhaps it may need a third Andolan to get a federal government in place!  
 

Nepal: Post Election Tremors: Update No. 357

Note No. 793                       dated 2-Jan-2018
 
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 

Nepal: Post Election Developments: Update No. 356

Note No. 792                                     Dated  22-Dec-2017
 
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
There has not been much by way of an official response from India to the communist takeover in Nepal.  It looks like a policy of “wait and see” and that  is good.
 

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