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Chinese officials, Indian Ambassador call on Dahal
Himalayan times

BRB carrying bourgeois agenda: Dahal

UCPN (Maoist) Chairman on Wednesday described his former deputy Baburam Bhattarai as a representative character of bourgeois and capitalism. Speaking at a programme organised at the party headquarters, the Maoist Chairman said that Bhattarai ... Kathmandu Post, 5 days ago
Dahal tells Rae to ease supplies Himalayan Times, 5 days ago

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UCPN-M and NC blame CPN-UML for stalemate

 South Asian Terrorism Portal1 week ago NC,UCPN-M blame UML for stalemate  Himalayan Times1 week ago Tomorrow's talks could be decisive  Himalayan Times3 weeks ago Major parties fail to appease agitating front  Himalayan Times1 month ago
Himalayan times

UCPN (Maoist) brass accuse PM, ministers of poor performance

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Nepal, Jan. 29 -- With serious complaints against the prime minister's working style and the performance of the government, major ruling coalition partner UCPN ...
 HT Syndication1 week ago UCPN-M concerned about govt's poor show  Himalayan Times1 week ago Couldn’t deliver as expected, admit UCPN-M ministers  Himalayan times1 week ago UCPN-M ministers flayed for failing to deliver  Himalayan times1 month ago
Himalayan times

Dahal for serious talk with PM on governance issues

Expressing its displeasure over performance of the government, the UCPN (Maoist) on Thursday decided to hold a serious talk with Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on ways to make the government effective. The party also instructed its government ...
 Kathmandu Post1 week ago Ruling UCPN (M) dissatisfied with government's performance  Kathmandu Post1 week ago Maoists to talk to PM over inefficiency  Himalayan times1 week ago Government performance not satisfactory: UCPN (Maoist)  Nepalnews.com1 week ago

Party unification soon: Gurung

CPN-Maoist leader Dev Gurung has said efforts had been initiated to unify the party with the UCPN (Maoist) with an aim to protect the country's integrity and sovereignty. We true communists are preparing for a merger. Internal discussions are ...
 Kathmandu Post3 weeks ago UCPN-M, CPN-RM to unite soon for country  Himalayan times3 weeks ago Baidya Maoist will unite with UCPN (M) to protect country's integrity: Gurung  Kathmandu Post4 weeks ago

Nepal's Former Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai Forms New Party

Nepal's ex-prime minister Baburam Bhattarai, who in a major jolt to Prachanda-led UCPN-Maoist had quit the party four months ago, today formed his political outfit comprising former Maoists and claimed it will emerge as an alternative force in the ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago Former Nepal Maoist Leader Bhattarai Forms New Party  Outlook2 weeks ago 29 UCPN-M cadres join Baburam Bhattarai-led 'new political power' in Parbat District  South Asian Terrorism Portal2 months ago PTI - NEPAL-BHATTARAI - Former Nepal Maoist leader Bhattarai forms new party  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago
Himalayan Times

Sharma accuses UML of reviving conflict-era cases

UCPN-Maoist leader Janardan Sharma. Photo: Reporters Club JAJARKOT: A senior UCPN-Maoist leader on Monday accused the ruling CPN-UML of trying to revive conflict-era cases which were pending at regular courts. Speaking with journalists in ...
 Himalayan Times3 weeks ago Maoist leader warns of toppling government in mid-January  Himalayan times1 month ago Bold Oli, coward PM  People's Review Nepal1 month ago
Himalayan times

Nepali Congress, UCPN-M for constitution amendment on consensus

Top leaders of main opposition Nepali Congress and ruling UCPN-Maoist on Tuesday forged an understanding to amend the constitution through consensus among the major stakeholders in order to resolve the Madhes agitation. The post Nepali Congress, UCPN-M for ...
 Himalayan times2 weeks ago For way out, NC, UCPN (M) talk to Tarai parties  Kathmandu Post1 month ago UCPN-M restructures party to fit in with Constitution  South Asian Terrorism Portal1 month ago Making amends in perpetuity  People's Review Nepal1 week ago

Dahal meets Thakur

UCPN (Maoist) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Tarai Madhes Loktantrik Party chief Mahantha Thakur held a meeting on Thursday, focusing on the ongoing Tarai agitation and the constitution amendment process. Dahal urged the Madhesi leader to support ...
 Kathmandu Post1 month ago Meeting  Himalayan times1 month ago UCPN-Maoist CC meeting deferred  Himalayan times1 month ago UCPN (M) holding CC meet at 2pm today  HT Syndication2 months ago
Himalayan times

Dahal urges Rae to end border blockade soon

Indian Ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae held a meeting with UCPN-Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal at the latters residence in Lazimpat on Tuesday morning. During the meeting, former Prime Minister Dahal urged Rae to end the blockade as soon as possible. On ...
 Himalayan times6 days ago Dahal urges Indian envoy Rae to end border blockade soon  Kathmandu Post1 month ago Nepal parties, Madhesis meet to end political crisis  Economic Times1 month ago Political parties told to respect RTI laws  Himalayan Times1 month ago
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