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Nepal: Delaying Tactics of Deuba: Unjustified- Update No. 358

Note No. 794                                     Dated 12-Jan-2018
 
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
It is more than a month since the elections under the new constitution took place.  Still, there appears to be no immediate chance of the new government being formed.  It may take another month or even more and as one commentator said that perhaps it may need a third Andolan to get a federal government in place!  
 

Nepal: Post Election Tremors: Update No. 357

Note No. 793                       dated 2-Jan-2018
 
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 

Nepal: Post Election Developments: Update No. 356

Note No. 792                                     Dated  22-Dec-2017
 
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
There has not been much by way of an official response from India to the communist takeover in Nepal.  It looks like a policy of “wait and see” and that  is good.
 

Nepal: Red Star over Nepal - No Need to Panic - Update No. 355

Note No. 790                                    Dated 15-Nov-2017
 
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
The Grand Surge:
 

Nepal: Post blockade political Dynamics and Elections: Update No. 354

Note No. 789                       Dated 9-Nov-2017
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
It is unfortunate but true that in any political discourse in Kathmandu Valley, the expression “post blockade” politics often comes out from many people including those who were considered friendly to India.
 

Nepal: The Grand Leftist Alliance and its Aftershocks: update No. 353

Note No. 788                                      Dated 24-Oct-2017
 
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
The Grand Leftist Alliance forged on October 3 by the two major Communist Parties and the newly formed Naya Shakti of Baburam Bhattarai took the political circles by surprise. 
 

Nepal: Political Earth Quake- Nepali Congress Shocked and Surprised- Update No. 352

Note No. 787                                      Dated 10-Oct-2017

By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

On 3rd October, the three leftist parties, the UML, Maoist Centre led by Dahal and the Naya Shakti led by Baburam Bhattarai agreed to contest the next two tier elections under the same political banner and eventually form a single communist party.  This happened despite the fact that Dahal’s Maoist Centre continued to be a coalition partner of the present government led by the Nepali Congress.

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