Nepal Peace Process: MP Blame Maoists, Prachanda Directs His Cadres

Members of Parliament have accused Maoists of not being serious about the upcoming elections of the constituent assembly (CA). Speaking during the special session of the House of Parliament, the MPs Wednesday said that the frequent Maoist muscle-flexing and obstruction to the reinstatement of village secretaries and displaced police posts had shown that they wereContinue reading “Nepal Peace Process: MP Blame Maoists, Prachanda Directs His Cadres”

Save Rhino: Let This Animal Live

WHAT WAS THIS ANIMAL’S CRIME??? This rhino was found dead in a jungle in Chitwan. Pics by Narayan Sharma Poachers cut it’s horn and legs By Dinesh Wagle Wagle’s Web Log (A blog for an animal) What’s your relationship with a rhino in a jungle in Chitwan, Nepal? Nothing personal? You might be true butContinue reading “Save Rhino: Let This Animal Live”

Peace Process: Quarreling and Mistrust Continues

Access Kantipur from here By Dinesh Wagle Wagle’s Web Log [Images from International Elephant Race Video and interview of winning elephant rider] All the wrangling, quarrellings and mistrust between the Maoists and Nepal government strongly indicate that the election of constituent assembly will not be held on time i.e. by Mid July 2007. It nowContinue reading “Peace Process: Quarreling and Mistrust Continues”

Nepal PM: CA Elections Impossible Without Reinstatement of Police Posts

News we are following: Nepal politics Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala on Monday said that elections to the constituent assembly (CA) would not be possible without first reinstating the police posts and VDC secretaries displaced during the decade-long conflict. Stating that the CA elections couldn’t be held if the Maoists continue to obstruct the reinstatementContinue reading “Nepal PM: CA Elections Impossible Without Reinstatement of Police Posts”

Nepal in 2006: From Gyanendra to Girija

NOTE: (Jan 2, 3 PM NST) eKantipur is going through maintenance and the editor of the site, Akhilesh Tripathi, hopes that they will resume the service “within hours”. Visit for the same content from Kantipur Publications. ……. In January 2006, King Gyanendra was both head of state and head of government. The democrats wereContinue reading “Nepal in 2006: From Gyanendra to Girija”