This government is not an exception. With two thirds of majority in the parliament, the new government led by Nepal Communist Party leader K.P. Sharma Oli generated high expectations among the people to implement economic development program and give the country much needed political stability
By Keshab Poudel Mar 04, 2019
With so many contradictions within, it will be no surprise to see a rebellion in a merger of unnatural communist allies - a party of violent militancy and another of electoral champions. At a time when foreign investors are fleeing the country one after another due to the unfriendly government policies, interestingly, prime minister K.P. Sharma Oli has gone to address World Economic Forum meeting in Davos
By Keshab Poudel Jan 26, 2019
Haphazardly and hurriedly prepared, a sub-committee report indicted several ministers and high officials allegedly involved in a massive irregularity during the process of purchasing the two aircraft. Although there are more rhetorical outbursts, presumptions and generalisations, the report has created a new wave in Nepali politics.
By Keshab Poudel Jan 12, 2019
From announcing the decision prohibiting public meetings in some places, censuring the visit of people in Singh Durbar Secretariat, issuing harsh directives to NGOs and INGOs and confronting with Dr. Govinda KC, presenting Medical bill in the parliament unilaterally, the government has given powerful ammunitions to the opposition.
By Keshab Poudel Jul 21, 2018
When PM Deuba is holding the elections, Nepal’s two neighbors are vying to establish supremacy here. This growing competition is likely to generate the new heat. If the elected representatives fail to read the writings on the wall, Nepal’s new experiment, which is very complex, will face the same fate of seventy years ago
By Keshab Poudel Dec 08, 2017