Le do le le le le: Can’t you see, She’s at her feet!?! Pic by Wagle By Dinesh Wagle Wagle Street Journal Saturday Blog: Life out of politics. Well into a different one! Thamel is the one place in Nepal where West meets East in a style. This style makes it distinct compared to otherContinue reading “Oh Baby When U Dance Like That, U Make A Boy Go Mad!!!”
Images of Maoist child soldiers and recruitment from around Nepal UWB Photo Blog Sixteen-year-old Sameer Rai was recruited on Thursday (Nov 16) by the Maoist Peoples’ Liberation Army. A resident of Dharan (Ward No 16), Sameer says that he left school to “serve the country” by joining the PLA. Pics by Raju Ghising
CPN Maoist must halt its anti-peace process activities immediately and apologize to the general public for creating havoc which casts doubt over their seriousness in ongoing peace efforts Where is their Son/Husband, Maoists? Residents of Khaduwar village in Banke district are in sad mood after Maoist started taking away teenagers and children to recruit inContinue reading “Maoist Madness: Crazy Comrades Stop This Nonsense!”
UWB Photo Blog: The tripartite team (consisting representatives of the Nepal government, the UN and the CPN Maoist) inspects a Maoist proposed rebel cantonment site in Surkhet. Here are images from the scene by Moti Poudel: Maoist soldiers welcomed the inspection team that arrived in a chopper.
Preliminary political realism: Nepal had almost gotten the status of ‘failed sate’ recently and if the current political development fails to restructure the sate, country will soon fall back to the dark old stage of regression. By Prakash Bom in Queens, New York The landmark peace accord between SPA and the Maoists is historic thoughContinue reading “Now, Restructuring State of Nepal Is the Key”
By Shailendra Kharel UWB Photo blog It was supposed to be the BIG day for the CPN Maoist today as their Chairman Prachanda was scheduled to appear publicly for the first time in 25 years and deliver a speech. That was cancelled a few days ago and the event was turned into victory celebration rally.Continue reading “Maoist Victory Rallies in Kathmandu”
Prachanda talks to Alessandro Gilioli of Italian newspaper L’espresso. Republished here with the permission of Gilioli. Here is the original interview. President Prachanda, let’s start with the current situation. The war is finally over, you entered Kathmandu and now the Maoist police are managing most things in the city, from the traffic through to streetContinue reading “Prachanda: Our Revolution Won”