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Nepal:PM Oli sticks to his seat despite the Court Ruling:

Paper No. 6764                       Dated 14-Mar-2021
by Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
In the Nepalese media there is a very good article on Oli and his antics under the caption “Politics, Olitics and Ethics.”
 
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Nepal:Supreme Court Verdict- Dissolution Unconstitutional- Oli deflated

Paper No. 6759                  Dated 27-Feb-2021
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
In a landmark judgement, the full Bench of the Supreme Court in declaring the House dissolution as unconstitutional, ordered that the Parliament should be convened within the next thirteen days.
 
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Nepal: Oli Continues with his Antics: Is there a Hidden Agenda?

Paper No. 6755                                Dated 18-Feb-2021
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
 
It looks that Nepal is heading towards a Constitutional crisis. 
 
There are many reasons.
 
1.  The Case against dissolution is going at a very slow pace in the Supreme Court.  Going by the time taken for the arguments in the Court, it is said that the earliest date for closing the case will not be before June 17th.
 
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Nepal: Violent Demonstrations Against Dissolution throughout the Country by Dahal Faction:

Paper No 6749                       Dated 5-Feb-2021
By Dr, S, Chandrasekharan.
 
An impressive “Nation wide” protests against dissolution of the House took place on 4th February. 
 

Nepal: PM Oli formally expelled from NCP by the Dahal Faction:

Paper No. 6742                       Dated 26-Jan-2021
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
 
On 24th of this month, the Dahal faction of the Nepal Communist Party formally expelled Oli from the Party as part of disciplinary action against him.  This was done by the Central Committee meeting of those still loyal to Dahal and Madhav Nepal Faction.
 

Nepal: Feuding NCP Leaders Try to get India Involved:

Paper No. 6734                   Dated 16-Jan-2021
By Dr.  S. Chandrasekharan
 
With the imminent split in the Ruling NCP and with the Prime Minister Oli getting the Lower House dissolved, India had taken a principled stand that it was an internal matter of Nepal and that it has nothing to do with that.  Yet both the feuding groups within the Nepal Communist Party are trying to get India involved in some way other.  This is strange, but true!
 
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Nepal: Post Dissolution Developments- Part II.

Paper No. 6732                         Dated 11-Jan-2021
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
Caretaker Prime Minister continues with his antics in addressing every public meeting that the election is the only way out and it will happen on schedule not realising that the matter is subjudice.
 
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