Yubaraj Ghimire The Indian Express Group
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Tuesday 7 January '14Another split in the Maoist party is likely to impact the constitution-making process.
Friday 3 January '14Bhattarai and Shrestha have also been insisting Prachanda own responsibility for the poll outcome.
Thursday2 January '14Families of the deceased in Kolkata have been notified, and postmortem of all six were performed.
Thursday2 January '14The police said all the passengers were from Kolkata and were heading to Kathmandu from Pokhra.
Wednesday25 December '13The new agreement includes the formation of a parliamentary board to look into alleged poll rigging.
Monday23 December '13The legitimacy of the constitutional process might be questioned in the absence of the breakaway Maoist party.
Monday16 December '13Why the UN and Western donor states seem unhappy about the electoral outcome.
Monday2 December '13Despite electoral rout, Maoists are trying to wrest control of governance.
Friday29 November '13Senior politician Narayanman Bijukchhe, indicated that the President is in no mood to quit.
Tuesday26 November '13The Maoists have so far refused to be part of the new Constituent Assembly.
Saturday23 November '13Prachanda won the seat, defeating his nearest rival Leelanath Shrestha by 923 votes.
Saturday23 November '13Early results and trends show parties contesting on radical and ethnic platforms have lost. However, the losers’ rejection of the results does not bode well for the new Constituent Assembly.
Thursday21 November '13Chief Election Commissioner Neel Kantha Uprety asked all sides to honour the verdict.
Thursday21 November '13UCP was the biggest party in the last constituent Assembly with 237 seats.
Monday18 November '13A few parties have been formed to woo votes on the basis of caste.
Friday15 November '13Prachanda said Mohan Baidhya, once his comrade in arm, was hatching an assassination bid on his life.
Wednesday13 November '13That the media and the international community have declared the November 19 election ‘non-negotiable’ is a reason for cheer
Wednesday13 November '13
Sunday27 October '13If any constitution is delivered without our participation, people will tear it into pieces: Mohan
Sunday6 October '13With Regmi refusing to quit as chief justice, the November election is likely to be violent and discredited
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