Left alliance on a bumpy road ! (Editorial)

Within 10 days of its formation, the grand left alliance has suffered a crack. This is not owing to the ideological factor but from disagreement over the distribution of electoral seats for the upcoming federal election.

Maoist Centre is trying to sail on two boats (Editorial)

The three political parties—the CPN-UML, CPN-Maoist Centre and Naya Shakti Party-Nepal — announced that they would be forging an electoral alliance for the upcoming federal and provincial elections and ultimately opt for party unification after the elections.

The third round of polls (Editorial)

The third and final phase of local elections was completed on September 18 in Province 2. Elections were held in a remarkably uneventful manner. Incidents of violence and disruption were even fewer than during the first two phases, and there was not even a single fatality.

Changing discourse of Madhes politics (Editorial)

There was a time when Nepali politics revolved around Nepali Congress president Girija Prasad Koirala. The NC ruled the country most of the time following the restoration of multiparty democracy in 1990.

Litmus test For Madhesi parties (Editorial)

Contrary to the ubiquitous misperceptions, the people and political parties demonstrated their great enthusiasm for the local level polls in Province No 2 slated for September 18.

Elections at door (Editorial )

Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has emphasised the smooth implementation of the constitution in reference to the need of completing the important task of holding the local level, provincial and federal elections.

RJP-N’s positive decision (Editorial)

Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal, formed with the merger of six Madheshi political parties that had been protesting against some provisions in the new constitution of the country right since its promulgation, has finally decided to take part in the l

The Flood in Madhesh (Editorial)

Floods and landslides will only get worse in Nepal in coming decades that much is sure. Preventing them requires understanding nature’s ways, and letting rivers flow free again.

RJP-Nepal’s welcome move (Editorial)

The long-running stalemate has persisted because the major actors clash over the vision of building Nepal anew. Their conflicting postures and interpretations of the problems of and solution to the structural problems of Nepali society have constantly put them at loggerheads. Failure to adopt democratic methods to sort out their substantive differences led to the occasional hiccups.

Key problems of Madhesh (Editorial)

Discrimination, lack of proportional representation, discrimination within Madhesh, lack of land reform, lack of infrastructure, jobs, healthcare, education and identity crisis are some major problems of Madhesh .

Save the Madhesh (Editorial)

Right now the Madheshi leaders are busy giving speeches about identity. Meanwhile in the cities and villages of the Madhesh there is a rising dissatisfaction with both the Kathmandu centric system and Madhesh parties. Neither the leading party nor the Madheshi parties have done anything substantial since the elections to improve Madhesh situation. The social relations are now strained not just between Madheshi and Pahadi but also among the Madheshi themselves.

RJP-N Fallen between two stools (Editorial)

On April 20, sixMadhesh-based parties that had formed an alliance under the Samyukta LoktantrikMadheshi Morcha decided to come under one umbrella to form a unified force—Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal (RJP-N).

RJP in existential crisis (Editorial)

The ever rigid stance of the Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJP-N) against participation in the second phase of the local election despite assiduous efforts of the mainstream political forces to bring it on board indicates that this party is sliding towards the edge of a cliff. Anyone who is following the process of decline of this party will be shocked to see the depth of its judgemental deficiency in facing the challenges that lie ahead.

Madhesh at Crossroads (Editorial)

Monarchy in Nepal has repressed the Madeshi, a large indigenous population in the plains for ages. The deliberate process of isolating them psychologically and politically began with the myth of misquoted unification by Prthivi Narayan Shah.

Lessons of second phase polls (Editorial)

The call for boycott by the disgruntled parties had no impact in the election. Learning lesson from the two phases of elections the agitating parties must not miss the third phase of local polls.

Local polls in third phase still doubtful? (Editorial)

Even the leaders of the two main ruling parties are expressing conflicting views about the local elections. While CPN Maoist Center Chairperson and former Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has been trying to bring the RJP-N on board the elections, Prime Minister and NC President She Bahadur Deuba has claimed that the third round elections should be held ...

RJP-N to follow the democratic path (Editorial)

The new government under the leadership of Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has made two major amendments in order to create a conducive environment for the Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal to take part the in the second phase of the local election.

Madheshi leaders must participate in Second Round of local Poll (Editorial)

it would be in the interests of the nation and the people, including the Madheshi denizens, to conduct the second round of the local poll with active support from all the political parties and the people. In this regard, the Madheshi parties should for go their insistence on having their demands fulfilled at any cost and let the poll proceed without any hindrance or setback by calling off their protest program.

RJP-N to show flexibility (Editorial)

The second phase of local level election is scheduled for June 14, and electoral preparations are going on in full swing. The Tarai-based political parties are still divided – some are preparing to take part in the election, particularly the Upendra Yadav-led ...

The interim order of the Supreme court sad (Editorial)

The ruling Nepali Congress and the CPN-M (center) of the parliamentarians Terai districts have been added to the recommendation of the Supreme Court issued an interim order of 22 local and rebuild bans madheshis have protested.

Challenges of Second Stage Elections (Editorial)

The results of the first stage elections are yet to be announced in some places while they have been already announced in other places. Till now, results show tough competitions between Nepali congress and CPN UML, Maoist center not lagging far behind.

Stop political confrontation

Madhesh Centric parties now running word-war. Upendra Yadav-led Federal Socialist Forum of Nepal and is currently being integrated team composed of 6 national Janata Parties the Cold War has started.

Local election uncertainty

Nepali Congress and the CPN-Maoist central government hastily announced joint election uncertainty has been increasing in the local level.

Madheshi parties and integration is a positive step

Madhesh centric parties in the integration of the six Terai parties have good sign. In Second Constituent Assembly elections, due to lack of unity of the Madheshi parties had suffered an unexpected defeat.

Government Needs to pay attention to fire victims

From Falgun to Jestha period the fire damage of tens of millions of money-people. Every year, the fire would have burned the settlement colony. About fire victims, the state, political parties, human rights organizations expressed their timely interventions do not seem to work. Neutral state, because they are victims feel statelessness.

Quit the politics of prohibition and exclusion

The feeling of loyalty towards the country, trust to the government and respect towards leadership is decreasing. Turning of state and publics’ relationship into a merchant and customer relationship is dangerous.

China must be a mutual friend

The Prime Minister during his visit to china, will meet Chinese President Xi Jinping for only 15 minutes the Foreign Ministry said. Jumbo Prachanda Toli\'s visit to China with the country\'s economic burden increase, but there are no little achievement is the key to analysts.

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