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Opinion makers in the Kathmandu Press: October 10, 2017

Op-ed pages of major Nepali broadsheets have given prominence to the formation of leftist alliance by major communist parties of the country today as well. As the country is heading towards implementation of the constitution by holding elections at local, provincial and federal levels, opinion writers have also discussed issues of transitional politics. Likewise, some […]

From the Kathmandu Press: Monday, October 9, 2017

Broadsheet papers published in Kathmandu on Monday have given priority to a host of issues on their front pages. Almost all of them have given space to news about the Indo-Nepal Eminent Persons’ Group’s decision to take up the issues of managing the open border between the two countries. Important Nepal-India friendship treaty won’t remain […]

Opinion makers in the Kathmandu Press: October 9, 2017

The leftist alliance comprising CPN-UML, CPN-Maoist Centre and Naya Shakti is still the most discussed topic in opinion pages of major Nepali and English broadsheets published from Kathmandu. Intellectuals and analysts are apparently divided over impacts and implications of the alliance as some they have pointed out a number of positive and negative likely consequences […]

From the Kathmandu Press: Sunday, October 8, 2017

Aftershocks from the announcement of ‘leftist unification’ continue to get priority on the front pages of broadsheet dailies published in Kathmandu on Sunday. Nepal’s two major political parties have announced their plans to forge an electoral alliance for the upcoming elections, and when the elections are over, enter into a merger. Important New Delhi ‘surprised’ […]

Opinion makers in the Kathmandu Press: October 8, 2017

The announcement of leftist alliance continues to be the major issue discussed by opinion makers and editors in the Kathmandu press today as well. Major Nepali newspapers have carried out multiple articles on the election alliance forged among the CPN-UML, CPN-Maoist Centre and Naya Shakti Party Nepal. Besides them, other contemporary political, social and economic […]

From the Kathmandu Press: Friday, October 6, 2017

Almost all broadsheet dailies published in Kathmandu on Friday have given prominence to the fallout of Nepal’s biggest communist parties’ decision to forge an electoral alliance and then enter into a merger after the elections in December. The leftist unity has created waves not only in Nepal, but also in neighbouring countries India and Sri […]