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| Oct 31, 07 11:56 PM | Comments (4)

What UNMIN Should Do to Manage Nepal Peace Process

The Maoists and the political parties are responsible for the glitch in the peace process. But the UN must also share some blame, says KRISHNA HARI PUSHKAR.


| Oct 29, 07 11:39 PM | Comments (0)

Prenatal Son Selection Disastrous for Nepal

Prenatal son selection in Nepal has created disasterous gender imbalance, says a study by UNFPA.


| Oct 26, 07 10:54 PM | Comments (0)

Ban-Ki Moon For Realistic Electoral Timeline in Nepal

In a report to the Security Council, the UN Secretary-General BAN-KI MOON calls on Nepal to set a realistic electoral timeline.


| Oct 25, 07 10:47 PM | Comments (0)

UN Will Continue to Work In Nepal If Asked for: Tamrat

TAMRAT SAMUEL, a UN envoy, says the UN will continue to play its role in Nepal despite growing needs elsewhere.


| Oct 11, 07 12:12 PM | Comments (0)

News Editorials: Another Mayhem Ahead in Nepal?

News editorials, from Nepal and abroad, suspect that Nepal may be headed toward another spell of political mayhem.


| Oct 10, 07 11:10 AM | Comments (0)

Q&A: It's Management, Stupid...in Nepal

IAN MARTIN, the UN envoy in Nepal blames weak management of the peace process for the emerging political crisis in the country. PLUS: Martin Q&A transcript.


| Oct 6, 07 04:41 AM | Comments (0)

Elections Postponed Yet Again, World Community Dissapointed

For the second time in less than a year, elections in Nepal have been postponed, generating unhappy reactions from the world community.


| Oct 2, 07 11:53 AM | Comments (0)

Nepal Emphasizes UN Reform, Peace and Environmental Justice

Foreign Minister SAHANA PRADHAN ephasizes Nepal's position on national and world affairs in her statement at the 62nd session of the UN general assembly.


| Oct 2, 07 11:53 AM | Comments (0)

What Political Parties, World Community Can Do in Nepal

Political parties must work together and the world community should provide practical help in the peace process, says an ICG report.







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