Nepalis in Europe Deliver Message To Their Prince

See the equation, do the math: It wasn’t exactly the kind of welcome that the Crown Prince Paras wanted to see in Europe. There were no prajas clapping hands and bowing heads to receive him in Paris. Informed and empowered people were saying something that he didn’t probably wanted to hear. Prince is in EuropeContinue reading “Nepalis in Europe Deliver Message To Their Prince”

For the Final Assault: Nepali Democracy Movement

Political parties have started campaigning for the April demonstrations. Pic by Prakash Mathema via Kantipur Now that the programs for the grand protest against autocracy has been announced, Nepal’s political parties, supported by their sister organizations, have geared up for the BIG Decisive April Demonstrations. They have started rallying around the cities, sometime like inContinue reading “For the Final Assault: Nepali Democracy Movement”

Making Joke of Democracy!

Neither the King nor his ministers have forgotten in any instance of speech talking about democracy. They always reiterate there is democracy. But the problem is that when they talk about democracy, their acts make it look like mocking democracy, rather making democracy a joke. Latest of the ‘democratic move’ being the seizure of communicationContinue reading “Making Joke of Democracy!”

Parties, Maoists Agree to Disagree

Discussions will continue on the roadmap to the election of constituent assembly Okay, the decision has been made. Verdict has been out. The pro-democracy Seven Party Alliance has reached a brand new agreement with the underground Maoist Party (wait and don’t get excited. The groundbreaking 12-point understanding signed by both sides in November 22 stillContinue reading “Parties, Maoists Agree to Disagree”

Explaining Those 25 Words

Americans explain theirs boss’s words to Nepal’s king Update (20:15 NST): “I am hopeful, but not optimistic,” said Donald Camp, visiting U.S. Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for South Asian Affairs in a news conference organized by the American Embassy in the Ambassador’s residence in Kathmandu. Camp was responding a question about how he felt afterContinue reading “Explaining Those 25 Words”