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Nepali gov't to begin ex-combatants' selection
Nepali government will resume the integration process of former Unified Communist Party of Nepal- Maoists (UCPN-M) combatants willing to serve in the Nepal Army (NA) on Wednesday.

Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist formed in Nepal
The dissident faction of Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoists (UCPN-M) led by Vice-chairman Mohan Baidya formally announced formation of a new party " Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist" in Nepal on Tuesday.

New rift over CA term extension in Nepal surfaces
Despite an agreement among ruling parties to raise a bill to extend the Constituent Assembly (CA) term by another three months, dissidence surfaced again immediately after the bill was submitted at the Secretariat of the Legislature-Parliament on Tuesday.

New cabinet formed in Nepal
Eleven ministers from different major political parties were sworn in late Saturday night in Nepali capital Kathmandu.

Nepal Cabinet to be reshuffled, political parties seek solution before deadline
In fresh effort to resolve the political stigma prevailing in Nepal, leaders and political parties reached yet another agreement late Thursday night.

Nepali major parties reach deal on power sharing
In a dramatic and positive development in Nepali politics, the major political parties have reached a deal on power sharing and are formalizing the agreement on Thursday.

Over 6,000 ex-PLA combatants in Nepal opt for voluntary retirement
A total of 6,574 ex-Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) (UCPN-M)'s People's Liberation Army combatants have opted for voluntary retirement at the end of the timeline specified for the second round of regrouping of the ex-Maoist combatants on Thursday.

Nepali cabinet expanded ahead of PM's visit to Maldives for SAARC Summit
Nepal's cabinet has been expanded before Prime Minister Babu Ram Bhattarai leaves for Maldives to attend the 17th South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC) Summit scheduled to be held on November 10.

Nepal parties agree to final part of landmark peace deal
Nepal's main political parties have agreed the last part of a landmark peace deal after years of wrangling.

Nepal to be landmine-free country by June 14
Nepal will be a landmine-free country next week, after locals officials said that they will clear the last remaining anti- personnel landmines planted in Phulchowki, Lalitpur in Kathmandu Valley on June 14.

Nepal completes clearing army laid mines
The Government of Nepal has reportedly cleared all anti-personnel mines laid by the Nepal Army during the Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) (UCPN-M) insurgency.

Nepal says Maoists must expedite constitution writing process
Communist Party of Nepal-United Marxist Leninist (CPN-UML) leader and former Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal on Sunday said the Unified CPN (Maoist) should be pressurized to expedite the constitution writing process and take the peace process to its logical conclusion.

Maoists join Nepal Cabinet, ending month-long stalemate
Nepal Prime Minister Jhalnath Khanal included four Maoists in his cabinet on Friday, ending weeks of uncertainty over whether the former rebels would join his government or not.

'Peace deal may collapse if UN leaves Nepal'
The Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (UCPN-M), the Maoist party in Nepal, has warned that the country's peace process could collapse if United Nations' peacekeepers leave next week.

Chandigarh college batch mates of newly elected Nepal PM express happiness
Calling it a proud moment, batch mates of newly elected Nepal Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai, an alumnus of Chandigarh College of Architecture in Chandigarh, expressed their happiness over his achievement.

Manmohan Singh felicitates Baburam Bhattarai on becoming Nepal PM
The Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh, has congratulated Baburam Bhattarai on being elected as the new Prime Minister of Nepal.

Nepalese women Parliamentarians on a visit to India: MEA
A delegation of fifteen Nepali women Parliamentarians are presently on a visit to India at the invitation of PD Division of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).

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