Although several visible efforts have been made to promulgate the new constitution on January 22, 2015, nothing tangible has happened to assure its promulgation. Finally, if the invisible players prevail, Nepal is unlikely to see the new constitution any time soon. The move taken by the CA II for constitution drafting was not headed in the right direction from the beginning. Be it in reelecting Subas Nembang as chairman of CA II or its meeting taking the ownership of CA I, the choice was not politically right. Had CA I completed all work, CA II would not required. Moreover, the formation of a rainbow front of the radical communists, ethnic parties and region-based Madheshi parties, which have contradictory stands on fundamental issues of the constitution, is another blow to the CA II. Given Nepal’s political history, nothing is impossible. But instead of dabbling with that kind of uncertain politics, we decided to look into migration as a cover story for this week. As Nepal’s economy depends on remittances sent by migrant workers, their role has been critical role in Nepal's progress. Similarly, we have covered Nepal’s participation in UNFCCC Lima Conference and offer other regular columns. Nepal has faced many ups and downs in the year 2014 and the year 2015 will bring new changes in the country. New Spotlight family wishes Season’s Greetings and Happy New Year 2015 to all our valued customers and readers.