Monthly Archives: October 12, 2015

  • Politics, Uncategorized

    The Musical Chairs of Nepalese Politics

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    The traditional musical chairs of Nepalese politics is self-evident just a day after K P Oli was elected the 38th Prime Minister of Nepal. It is being predicted that his cabinet of ministers will be the most non-inclusive cabinet in the history of Nepal, comprising of largely Brahmin-Chhetri feudal elites. Just to complete the horse-trading, the… Read more »

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    Victory of Oli signals Polarization of Nepal

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    The amount of horse-trading among the corrupt political head-honchos of Nepal who cannot see anything beyond their self-interests is making more buzz than the huge protests in the southern plains. The Terai movement is at a risk of turning into a secessionist one, especially now that the newly elected PM Khadga Prasad Oli, the CPN (UML) leader, is… Read more »