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Singh on Thursday met Nepal President Ram Baran Yadav and wished peace and prosperity for his country...Singh, who is in Nepal to attend the three-day Regional Seminar on Natural Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance, called on President
14 editor Three days after the lone prime ministerial candidate Ram Chandra Paudel withdrew his candidacy, President Dr Ram Baran Yadav has given a week time for political parties to arrive at a consensus to form national unity government.
Yadav, a commoner's son who replaced Nepal's king Gyanendra as the head of state after an anti-monarchy movement that axed the crown, is the first president of the new republic of Nepal and his decision to make India his first port of call abroad
Maoists chairman Dahal had criticised Mr Yadav in several functions claiming the president did not attend the Beijing Olympicsdue due to the pressure of India but he made his visit to China for the first time in Nepal's history before visiting India.
The marathon was organised to put pressure on parties for writing the statute on time and successfully concluding the peace process. The bickering of the major political parties and the Maoists is hampering the Constitution drafting process in Nepal.
The move — the result of a rare agreement between Maoist leaders and Nepal’s fragile Government — has raised hopes that a stalled peace process begun in 2007 after a ten-year civil war may regain momentum. Political progress, however, is likely to be
Kathmandu, 21 November, (Asiantribune.com): A group of the heads of diplomatic missions in Nepal on Friday urged all political parties in the country to fully abide by the Comprehensive Peace Accord (CPA) reached between the then Seven Political