Thursday Mar 6
Constitution drafting process further delayed in Nepal - Indiatalkies.com
Kathmandu, March 6: The process of drafting a new constitution in Nepal has been further delayed due to a dispute among parties about the rules of procedure of the Constituent Assembly.
The Indian Express
Limber up to the job
Prime Minister Sushil Koirala finally managed to get a full-size cabinet, two weeks after he took the oath of office.
Plenty to do in Kathmandu
The trekking guides of Nepal sometimes entertain themselves with a nonsensical piece of doggerel that asks, right before the punch line, "What to do in Kathmandu?" While it may be a dull city for some of the locals, finding something to do or see should never be a problem for a visitor - except when the country is in the middle of one of its ... (more)
Nepal PM expands cabinet - Indiatalkies.com
Kathmandu, Feb 25: Overcoming a row over allocation of the home ministry portfolio with alliance partner Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist , Prime Minister Sushil Koirala Tuesday expanded his two-week-old two-member cabinet by adding 18 more ministers.
Karan Singh in Kathamdu on 'political mission' - Indiatalkies.com
Kathmandu, Feb 14: Karan Singh, a former minister and senior leader of India's ruling Congress, arrived here Friday on a "political mission".
The Indian Express
Broken from the start
The euphoria of victory faded somewhat on Tuesday, as the CPN-UML boycotted the swearing-in ceremony, accusing Koirala of not honouring the power-sharing agreement.
The Washington Post
Nepal's PM sworn in, but coalition loses partner
Nepal's newly elected prime minister has been sworn into office, but his party's main coalition partner says it will not join the government.
The New Zealand Herald
Sushil Koirala set to be next Nepal prime minister
The leader of Nepal's largest political party is likely to be Nepal's next prime minister as he is the only contender and has enough support to be elected during voting in parliament on Monday.