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Prachanda Juggles with Nepal – India - China Triangle
Nepal Army to Rearm - Special Committee Dissolves
India Positive on New Election Govt in Nepal
Absence of political consensus in Nepal is continuing even though it is now two months since the Constituent Assembly lapsed and government announced the elections.
India’s newly appointed Army Chief traveled to Nepal for conferment of the title of honorary general of the Nepal Army. Nepal’s Chief of Army Staff (CoAS) Gen Chhatra Man Singh Gurung and Gen Bikram Singh also discussed strengthening defence ties between Nepal and India.
Concerned over growing political polarization after dissolution of the Constituent Assembly (CA), President Dr Ram Baran Yadav called chiefs of the political parties represented in the former CA.
Nepal reached dead end so to say as the Constituent Assembly (CA) was dissolved having failed to draft a constitution as per its mandate by 27 May.
With the cut-off date of 27 May for a Draft Constitution approaching fast there are extensive confabulations between three major political parties--UCPN (Maoist), Nepali Congress (NC) and CPN-UML--- and the United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) to forge a consensus on critical aspects of the new national charter.
The first tangible step in the peace process in Nepal that is farewell to Maoist combatants opting for voluntary retirement was completed.
he Baburam Bhattarai led Unified CPN M government completed 100 days in office. A seminal achievement was moving the PLA reintegration process forward with notifications by the cadres having been completed.
The details of allotment by the government have allocated over Rs 19 billion as defence budget in the current fiscal year.
Nepal : Chronology and Timeline of the peace process
Seven Point Agreement: A Major Breakthrough in Nepal
Nepal’s many power struggles were evident during July. At the first level the conflict within the Unified CPN M or Maoists between the three main leaders, Chairman Dahal and Vice Chairmen’s Baburam Bhattarai and Mohan Vaidya occupied a significant amount of time.
The Ninth Amendment Bill proposing extension of the Constituent Assembly (CA) term was tabled in the House at 11:14 pm on 28 May.
India’s Foreign Minister Mr S M Krishna was in Kathmandu from 20 to 22 April in a clear attempt to reset Indo Nepal relations which has seen many swings in the recent past most of which are perceived to be in the negative territory.
India’s Foreign Minister Mr S M Krishna was in Kathmandu from 20 to 22 April in a clear attempt to reset Indo Nepal relations which has seen many swings in the recent past most of which are perceived to be in the negative territory.
India’s Foreign Minister Mr S M Krishna was in Kathmandu from 20 to 22 April in a clear attempt to reset Indo Nepal relations. However without political stability in Nepal the value of the visit may be limited.
Chinese Army chief General Chen Bingde led a high level 15-member delegation to Kathmandu on a three day visit at the invitation of his Nepali counterpart. China also committed to provide Nepal with NRs 1.42 billion (US $ 19.8 million) in military aid.

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