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Maoist Insurgency in Nepal: Regional Dimension


Paper No. 199

 by Dr. Chitra K.Tiwari


Maoist Insurgency in Nepal: Internal Dimensions


Paper No. 187

 by Dr. Chitra K. Tiwari



Paper No. 446                  18.04.2002

by B.Raman

NEPAL CRISIS: Deuba takes over as Prime Minister: what next? Update 48.

Note No. 227           04. 06. 2004

by Dr. S. Chandresekharan

NEPAL: Deuba’s ministry finally takes shape: Update 50

Paper 229                                                      07. 07. 2004


by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan.

It is to the credit of Prime Minister Deuba that he managed to convince the King on one side and a few of the political parties on the other to join him to patch up a reasonably representative government with the UML (United Marxist League), RPP (Rashtriya Praja Tantra Party) and NSP (Nepal Sadbhavana Party)- Mandal factions..

NEPAL IN CRISIS: Deuba needs all help and support. Update 51.

Note No. 232           20. 07. 2004

by Dr.S.Chandrasekharan

It is not clear what G.P.Koirala is up to? His recent statements and his action give the impression that he is more keen to pull both Deuba and the King down rather than finding a lasting solution to the Maoist problem which has now assumed serious proportions.

NEPAL: Kathmandu under siege- What next? Update 53.

        Note No. 236                23. 08. 2004


by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan. 

The Maoists affiliated trade unions imposed an “indefinite blockade” on the capital, Kathmandu from 18th August.  It is said that not a single vehicle has come through Thankot the entrance to the capital!  No one was willing to defy the Maoists and it is said that the Maoists note the numbers of the vehicles defying the ban and take on them subsequently.  Some vehicles with covered number plates were seen plying in the high way to Kathmandu. 


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