Tag: insurgency

  • Peaceful Nepal? Number of Armed Outfits ‘Goes Down Drastically’

    SECURITY UPDATE By Anil Giri The Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) has claimed that the number of armed outfits operating across the country has significantly come down, thanks to the government’s operations against the groups that were launched nationwide one-and-a-half years ago. While there were 108 groups earlier, only 26 of them are active now. […]

  • Rising Naxal Insurgency. Challenge for Rising India

    DW’s article on India’s Naxal war for Kantipur भारतको ‘नक्सली’ युद्ध Why can’t those who can bring peace (or create war!) in other countries do the same in their own society? By Dinesh Wagle Do you know what the update was from India’s commercial capital a day after the ghastly Maoist attack in Dantewada district […]

  • Will Former Insurgent Maoist Lead Nepal?

    By Conflict Study Center Nepal is again a hot topic because of the former insurgent Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) or CPN (M)’s unexpected victory in the CA elections. International communities that followed the Big House Media (BHM) propaganda that the Maoists would be lost have been astounded. The suspended king Gyanendra, who used to […]