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K. P. Oli

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: Indo-Nepal Relation Reaches a New Low: Update No. 332

Note No. 765                                    Dated 12-May-2016
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
With the recall and dismissal of the Nepalese Ambassador to India for conniving with India to “topple” Oli’s government, Indo Nepal Relations reached a new “low.”    Added to this was the sudden and abrupt cancellation of the visit of President Bidya Devi Bhandari to India.
Operation “Topple”:

Nepal: Maoists Take to the Streets for “Consensus”: Update No. 308

Note No. 734                                    Dated 05-Mar-2015

By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan

On 28 February, the 30 party alliance of the opposition led by the Maoists held a massive demonstration in Kathmandu to force the government to revert back to find a consensus in constitution drafting rather than take the route to finalise through voting in the constituent assembly.

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