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Sino- Kyrgyzstan Relations as a Partial Flavour of Sino- Nepal Relations

Paper No. 6602             Dated 18-June-2020

By Col. Rajnish Maahi

Nepal: Racing ahead to Pass the Constitution Amendment Bill in the National Assembly:

Paper No. 6601                    Dated 17-June-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan.
 
Racing to Pass the Bill in the National Assembly:
 
Having passed the Constitutional Amendment Bill on the new map that includes the disputed areasn in the Parliament, Nepal is racing ahead to get the Bill passed in the National Assembly.
 

Nepal: Oli’s Cartographic Nationalism has its Limits:

Paper No, 6594                      Dated 12-June-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
 
Many in Nepal strongly believe that Prime Minister Oli is using the new map of Nepal to feed his ego and is also using his nationalistic rhetoric to discount every other problem the country is facing.
 

Nepal: Amendment to Constitution Delayed: Why?

Paper No 6586                    Dated 29-May-2020
By Dr.  S.Chandrasekharan.
In dealing with the border crisis with India on the Kalapani area and the inauguration of the link road to Lipulekh, one analyst described it as a “full display of his (Oli’s) characteristic and outrageous bluster.”  Again quoting the analyst, Oli did try his best to cash in on an anti Indian posturing that is highly popular among the jingoists in Nepal.
 

Nepal: Politics takes priority over Pandemic (Wuhan Virus)

Paper No. 6578                  Dated  16-May-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
 
Nepalese media reported that over 4 lakh migrants are stuck in various countries and are awaiting a rescue.  Of these, the bulk comes from Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Malaysia. 
 
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Nepal: High Political Drama Continues amidst Wuhan Pandemic:

Paper No.  6571                       Dated   3-May-2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
In our last paper we had mentioned about the political drama being played out by PM Oli and his colleagues in his party, when two undemocratic Ordinances were introduced by Oli and hurriedly withdrawn within five days by 20th April when he found that he had no majority in the Party Secretariat and his ouster was therefore imminent.
 

Nepal:The drama of two ordinances and loss of Face for PM Oli:

Paper No. 6567                  Dated 28-April-2020
By Dr.  S.Chandrasekharan
 
In the midst of the global pandemic- the Wuhan Virus and Nepal’s vulnerability, Prime Minister Oli brought in two controversial ordinances unrelated to the management of the Virus and he had to withdraw them in five days hurriedly when he found his own senior leaders and the regular opposition were up in arms against the ordinances.  
 

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