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Who To Lead Nepal After Koirala's 6 Decades?

Wednesday, 4 April 2007, 1:53 pm | Bhupal Lamichhaney

Girija Prasad Koirala, the leading figure of Nepal's democratic movement, has been elected the Prime Minister of Nepal unanimously from the interim Parliament. This is the sixth time. More >>

Nepalese People A Tool For Conspiracy?

Wednesday, 28 February 2007, 4:00 pm | Bhupal Lamichhaney

Alarming news is coming from Nepal. The ongoing peace process might be the victim of the incidences that are taking place. One after another confrontations are occurring without any intervals before the proposed Constituent Assembly elections. More >>

Bhupal Lamichhaney: Stop Politics Save Nepal!!

Sunday, 11 February 2007, 10:29 pm | Bhupal Lamichhaney

Is the Nepalese Maoist Party Chairman in favor of military solution to the Terai unrest? Kantipur media reports, on Thursday during a press meet, Prachanda the supreme of the Maoist Party suggested a joint military operation of the Nepal Army and his ... More >>

Can Terai Movement Be Identified With Atrocities?

Thursday, 1 February 2007, 12:18 am | Bhupal Lamichhaney

The on going Terai unrest in Nepal has been triggered by a protest movement called by the Madhesi Janadhikar Forum, a socio-political group of Madhesis, people of Indian origin living in the southern part of Nepal. More >>

Politics Against HR Brings Doomsday For Nepal

Tuesday, 30 January 2007, 10:34 am | Bhupal Lamichhaney

Nepal is a land of breathtaking diversity. It is a country that provides a memorable experience to those who have visited with the most diverse interests. Nepal possesses the diverse variety of attractions found nowhere in the world. She is a natural and ... More >>

Nepal National Unity Or Disintegration

Monday, 29 January 2007, 12:40 am | Bhupal Lamichhaney

United we stand divided we fall. Every one knows the saying. However, in Nepal unity among political actors is very rare. Even at this very dire hour in the history of Nepal, we find political leaders happily repeating their own old rhetoric. One will ... More >>

Nepal in Transition: Atypical, Eerie Incidences

Thursday, 25 January 2007, 11:10 am | Bhupal Lamichhaney

In high political level it seems there is a grand alliance of eight parties of Nepal with full understanding of the road map for transition of the country. This alliance includes the Maoists who just joined the political mainstream becoming a considerable ... More >>

Bhupal Lamichhaney: Nepal History Repeated

Friday, 19 January 2007, 11:16 am | Bhupal Lamichhaney

Nepal declared a national holiday on Tuesday to celebrate the historic entry of Maoist guerrillas into the political mainstream following a decade of bloody war. Indeed, the news is very uncourageous and positive. More >>

B. Lamichhaney: Human Rights Situation in Nepal!

Monday, 15 January 2007, 3:37 pm | Bhupal Lamichhaney

Obviously after April 2006, the human rights situation in Nepal improved, when 19 days of the people movement ended King Gyanendra’s all authority and created conducive atmosphere to a ceasefire in the brutal war between the government forces and the ... More >>

JTMM, CA Elections and Restructuring of Nepal

Friday, 5 January 2007, 12:40 am | Bhupal Lamichhaney

Janatantrik Terai Mukti Morcha (JTMM) is the splinter group of the Maoists. There are two groups in JTMM. One is led by Goit and other by Jwala Singh. Both groups are against the Peace Process going on in Nepal. JTMM has stood with their point ... More >>

Is Koiral’s Failure Synonym To Country’s Failure?

Thursday, 28 December 2006, 6:01 pm | Bhupal Lamichhaney

Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala on Saturday said that the government would not take any steps that could jeopardize Nepal's peace and democracy. More >>

Indo Nepal Relation: Too Early to Judge!!

Saturday, 2 December 2006, 9:36 pm | Bhupal Lamichhaney

New Delhi played a vital perceptible role to bring back normalcy in the tiny Himalayan country Nepal, which was appreciated not only by many people but also by different countries including archrivals China and Pakistan. Not to mention of the Nepalese ... More >>

Nepal’s Maoists Out-of-Sync with Rest of Nation

Saturday, 9 September 2006, 10:34 pm | Bhupal Lamichhaney

Five months have passed since the People’s Non-Violent movement forced Nepal’s King Ginandra to dissociate himself from state power, reinstate Parliament, and return sovereignty to the people. The euphoric optimism of the first days of freedom made ... More >>

Democracy, Injustice, And Civil Disobedience

Thursday, 25 May 2006, 11:15 am | Bhupal Lamichhaney

Democracy does not automatically ensure justice and equality for all. However, people are certainly freer to correct injustices within a democracy than within any other form of government. Aligning its noble principles with equally noble practices is ... More >>

Conflict and Political Inclusiveness in Nepal

Wednesday, 28 December 2005, 12:27 am | Bhupal Lamichhaney

During insurgency in an effort to mobilize people against Parliamentary democracy, the Maoists’ main weapon is the complaint that Parliament excludes the minorities, the poor peasants, the dalits, and the labor class from mainstream political leadership. More >>

Nepal: Twelve Point Letter of Understanding!

Tuesday, 6 December 2005, 3:31 pm | Bhupal Lamichhaney

The 12-Point Letter of Understanding between the Seven Party Alliance and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) may be shock and awe to many but for those closely watching Nepal's political development in the context of the Maoist insurgency, it is not ... More >>

B. Lamichhaney: Nepal’s High Price for Democray

Thursday, 24 November 2005, 3:02 pm | Bhupal Lamichhaney

New Delhi, the capital of India, not Kathmandu has become the 'Centre' of South Asia in connection with the on-going conflict in Nepal that has already taken more than 15,000 lives in its decade long, senseless blood bath to uproot parliamentary democracy ... More >>

Bhupal Lamichhaney: Leave No One Behind

Monday, 31 October 2005, 1:23 pm | Bhupal Lamichhaney

I once overheard a discussion between a well-meaning pacifist and an Episcopal bishop from a developing nation that had recently endured mass genocidal terrorism. The pacifist remarked, “Don’t you wish the Brits and Yanks would just leave you guys ... More >>

Bhupal Lamichhaney: Lots of Talk, Little Do!

Tuesday, 18 October 2005, 12:42 am | Bhupal Lamichhaney

In 2005 we have seen many disasters in frequent succession. We have seen man made disasters in the form of devastating wars and armed conflicts. We have seen natural calamities in the form of hurricanes, landslides, earthquakes, and one great tsunami. ... More >>

Does Popular Movement Ensure Sustained Democracy?

Monday, 10 October 2005, 1:27 pm | Bhupal Lamichhaney

"Democracy is the Government of the people for the people and by the people". There are few people in the world how have not known this Lincoln’s definition of democracy. Though brief, this definition covers all most all aspects of democracy. More >>

 

 

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