KATHMANDU, DEC 19 - CPN-UML senior leader Jhala Nath Khanal has indicated change in the government leadership after January 22 regardless of progress in constitution writing. The remark from the second largest party in the Constituent ... Kathmandu Post, 1 month ago
Statute thru process if no consensus: Khanal - Himalayan times, 3 weeks ago
Khanal sees existence of opposition front at stake - Himalayan times, 2 days ago
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KATHMANDU: Former chairman of CPN-UML Jhala Nath Khanal said his party would not backtrack from the process of putting disputed issues to vote if opposition parties continued to boycott the process. Addressing an interaction here on Wednesday, Khanal said if ...Himalayan times, 1 day ago Statute in 'few weeks': Khanal Himalayan times, 1 week ago UML to press CA for voting to ensure statute by Jan 22 Himalayan times, 1 month ago
Anasua Basu Ray Chaudhury 23 January 2015 Analysis Nepali political leaders have missed a self-imposed deadline for promulgation of the country's new Constitution. Last year, in the wake of the election to the second Constituent Assembly ...Observer India, 1 hour ago CA set to miss yet another deadline Himalayan Times, 1 week ago Nepal to miss constitution deadline amid continuing confusion ProKerala.com, 1 week ago
Leaders of Nepal's warring political parties on Monday got a platform for informal chit-chat at India's 66th Republic Day celebrations in Kathmandu, days after the Parliament witnessed chaotic scenes over the drafting process of the new ...The Echo Of India, 1 day ago Nepal leaders talk it out at India’s Republic Day function Asian Age, 3 days ago Nepal's polarised leaders chit-chat at India's R-Day function Business Standard India, 3 days ago
KATHMANDU, JAN 25 - The ruling Nepali Congress and CPN-UML have said that efforts at consensus on disputed issues of constitution writing and the voting process will go simultaneously. Hours after the Constituent Assembly endorsed the ...Kathmandu Post, 4 days ago NC, UML say there is no alternative to CA process Kathmandu Post, 5 days ago NC, UML upbeat by Nembang's decisive stance Kathmandu Post, 6 days ago Parties to have decisive talks today Himalayan Times, 3 weeks ago
The ongoing tussle between Nepal' s ruling and opposition parties is likely to deepen as both sides remain firm in their respective positions on drafting the new constitution and there are no signs of thaw, cross-party leaders said Saturday. Due to ...China.org.cn, 5 days ago
KATHMANDU: Political parties are likely to resolve their differences on forming a proposal committee for preparing questionnaire and settling the disputed issues through voting. This development comes a day after the Constituent Assembly missed its ...Himalayan Times, 6 days ago
Kathmandu, Jan 21 Nepal's main opposition Unified CPN (Maoist) Wednesday expressed regrets over the fracas and vandalism in the Constituent Assembly early Tuesday over continuing differences on drafting the country's new constitution. UCPN ...ProKerala.com, 1 week ago
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The parties had agreed to begin the CA meeting, but an unfortunate incident occurred yesterday. Today, they are calmly chanting slogans. They are demanding that the constitution must be drafted through consensus so as to give the constitution on ...Himalayan Times, 1 week ago Parties inching towards consensus say leaders Himalayan Times, 1 week ago Leaders claim progress on judiciary, electoral system Kathmandu Post, 1 month ago After a lull, parties to renew consensus effort Kathmandu Post, 2 months ago
KATHMANDU, JAN 19 - Tension ran high in the Constituent Assembly in the wee hours of Tuesday after the UCPN (Maoist)-led bloc rampaged the Assembly following the move of CA Chairman Subas Nembang to allow a proposal for the formation of the ...Kathmandu Post, 1 week ago
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