News Digest (August 20 – August 26, 2020)

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International Relations & Foreign Policy Nepal-India headed towards boundary settlement: Following two meetings between Nepal-India, the Boundary Working Group is looking towards a possible meeting to resolve the boundary dispute. Officials revealed that the meeting would be held at the earliest. Nepal is waiting for India’s response to its invitation …

freedom from suppression

News Digest (July 02– July 08, 2020)

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The discrimination faced by transgender community in society is persistent and the government lacks in taking sufficient action to ensure their rights.

COVID-19 and people

News Digest (April 30 – May 6, 2020)

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Domestic Politics Nepal Communist Party (NCP) & the Government: In the party secretariat meeting on April 30, 2020, NCP leaders Pushpa Kamal Dahal, Jhalanath Khanal, Madhav Nepal, and Bamdev Gautam asked KP Oli to resign from the position of both the prime minister as well the party chief.[1] Prime Minister …

Woman working in a nursery in Rupani Municipality in Saptari District

Monthly News Analysis – July 2019

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Summary Federalism and democratization followed by credible transfer of power to the intermediate classes—people who provide support to the political elites in return for privileges and benefits—has helped Nepal attain relative peace and stability. The possibility of political and social stability depends on many factors including the relations between the …

Oli-Dahal discuss

Monthly News Analysis – June 2019

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Summary The US has been tightening its grip in the South Asian region alluring the countries with additional financial assistance. Nepal as a country in South Asian region cannot remain unaffected of the US assertion and has already received a huge commitment under the MCC. However, Nepal should have a …