Interests of Power Centers

Amidst growing maneuvers of International power centers to serve their interest, the political situation of Nepal is getting volatile. It seems there is hardly a meting point among those power centers.

Analysis by Tilak Pathak

The Seven Party Alliance (SPA) have declared four-day long general strike beginning April 6. And the government has made it clear that it would resort to harshest measures to foil such attempts of the agitating parties. What the agitating parties believe is that the strike will help them to garner public support and help give new height to the ongoing movement for peace and democracy in the country. The preparation of the agitating parties to make the movement a success and the measures adopted by the government to foil the peaceful demonstration makes one feel that a big political disaster is looming ahead in this conflict-torn Himalayan country. Continue reading Interests of Power Centers

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April Uprising: What to Expect?

April 6 onwards, the Seven Party Alliance (SPA) has announced a four-day general strike and a ‘big’ rally. The government has vowed to foil the protest programs. What will happen?

By Ujjwal Acharya

The general expectations of mass are: the mobile services (or maybe telephone service) will be disrupted; the imposition of curfew and a few thousands people demonstrating with police using tear-gas, water cannons and latthis on them. Continue reading April Uprising: What to Expect?