As major festivals of the year are over, the country is back to its normal routine. Looking at the country’s present political scenario, the coming weeks are likely to be more difficult for the political players and actors. On agenda waiting to be addressed are issues ranging from impeachment motion against Commission for Investigation of Abuse Authority (CIAA) to amendment of the Constitution. However, three major political parties have their own agenda. Given their different political stands, it is unlikely for the impeachment motion and constitution amendment proposal to be passed separately. This is where the crisis will emerge. Nepal’s political turmoil has no easy solution and the country has had to go through a long process in taking major decisions. For this issue, therefore, we choose to focus Nepal India relations as cover story. We also cover the US presidential elections and its implications to Nepal as well as global level. As election has concluded in US, Nepal has to learn many things from there, particularly Nepali political players do have a lot to learn on how a democracy can be functional. Along with this, we also try to assess the visit of Indian president and Nepal–India relations as other main features of this fortnight. We also cover other relevant issues in hopes that the package gives a picture of Nepal’s current affairs.