Saturday, May 30, 2009

Upendra Yadav Is Going To Lead The MJF In The New Government

Madhesi Jana Adhikar Forum, NepalImage via Wikipedia

The UML central committee decided on Madhav Nepal as their prime ministerial candidate. It is the NC central committee that discussed and decided that they do want to participate in the new government. The TMDP and the SP have held central committee meetings.

Similarly it is for the MJF central committee to decide if it wants to participate in the new government and under whose leadership. The two decisions are a foregone conclusion.
  1. The MJF will participate in the new government.
  2. Upendra Yadav will lead the MJF in the new government just like he did in the previous government lead by Prachanda. It is because Upendra Yadav was unanimously elected party president at the party's last convention.
It is not for Madhav Nepal to decide who will lead the MJF in the new government. It is not for the UML, the NC, the TMDP, or the SP to decide who will lead the MJF in the new government. If they try - they will fail, but if they try - this government will not last past six months. That would be unfortunate, because I hope this is the government that conducts the elections due next year.

The fact that Upendra Yadav exhibited a soft corner for the Maoists during the recent political turmoil is a good thing. That bodes well for the peace process. You can't work on the new constitution without the Maoists collaborating.

Bijay Gachhedar is going to agree to the two decisions of the MJF central committee to (1) join the new government, and (2) do so under Upendra Yadav's leadership, or he should be subjected to disciplinary action. He need not go into the new cabinet. Find someone from the western Terai to take his place.

A split in the MJF is not in the best interests of the TMDP and the SP. A weak MJF is not in the interests of the TMDP and the SP. The TMDP and the SP should not join the UML and the NC's attempts to split the MJF. What are they thinking?

Let Gachhedar write his note of dissent. Let Yadav lead the MJF in the new government. The MJF is nowhere close to splitting.

In The News

Upendra Yadav raps four-party decision on MPRF representation Republica Upendra Yadav today condemned the four major political parties´ decision to accept the decision of the party´s parliamentary board to join the new government. ....... "We condemn the four parties´ decision, which is intended to divide our party and continue to rule on Madhesi people," Yadav told reporters while coming out in the middle of a central committee meeting. He warned that the party will be compelled to rethink its earlier decision to support the government led by senior UML leader Madhav Kumar Nepal. ....... According to Yadav, the ongoing central committee meeting was yet to decide on who should lead the party´s team in the government. He warned other political parties not to interfere in MPRF´s internal matters. .... "If the Central Committee takes a decision contradicting with the Parliamentary Party´s decision, it will be objectionable and unfortunate," said Gachchhadar. ..... He said he would write a note of dissent on the decision if it goes against what the parliamentary party has decided earlier.

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The Army Issue Has To Be Discussed In The Parliament

That was always the best way to do it. That was always the best idea. Now I am glad the Maoists are trying to get the duly elected parliament to talk about the army.

The president's decision to not recognize an out of process decision by Prachanda to sack Katuwal is under review by the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court's decision will be final. The parliament may not undo that, except if two thirds of the parliament decides to impeach the president which I don't see happening.

So the Maoists are going to have to make peace with the idea that they do not have the option to undo the president's decision through the parliament.

What the Maoists should instead do is introduce a Security Sector Reform bill. The parliament would hold broad discussions on the topic.
  1. Should or should not Nepal have an army at all?
  2. If yes, how big should that army be? 20,000? 30,000? I'd go for 20,000.
  3. What should be the ethnic and gender composition of that army? 40% female? Proportionate ethnic composition?
  4. How much should the future Nepal Army draw from the existing Nepal Army and the Maoist Army? 20,000 NA? 3,000 PLA? 7,000 from elsewhere?
  5. What to do with the other 80,000 NA soldiers and 17,000 PLA soldiers? Retrain them for private sector jobs? Send them off on scholarships to college? Give them loans to start businesses? Give them preference for foreign employment opportunities? Train them to be teachers and health care workers?
  6. Democratize the Nepal Army, bring it completely under the parliament.
A bill passed by a parliamentary majority to address all these issues would be the best, perhaps the only way to integrate the two armies.

In The News

Nation heading towards political confrontation? Republica the Maoists will stick strongly to their commitment to the peace process and will support the formulation of a new constitution
Accused in Maina's killing pensioned off
Maoists to obstruct House if resolution motion not discussed
End bitterness among the parties immediately: Speaker to PM
Govt asked to revoke decision on CoAS, withdraw motion against Prez
Maoists announce 'barren' land capture drive
PM urges Maoists to join govt
PM's consensus call a joke: Maoist

EU envoys urge PM to release PLA minors
Nepal's address on Tuesday
Big four to invite Gachchhadar into govt
Madhesi parties demand equal status in cabinet with NC, UML categorize the ministries in three groups and share them among the NC, UML and Madhesi parties.
Madhesi parties claim 9 ministries
MPRF opts at last to join UML-led govt
MPRF leaders pressured not to split "All the 10 to 12 members speaking at the meeting have stressed the need for strong unity in the party," said party spokesperson Jitendra Dev. ...... "We joined this party with a view to making the party a national party while focusing on Madhes issues," said Dr Rawal. "So the party must maintain its unity." ...... Most of the members spoke in similar vein and cautioned the leaders not to split the party ..... The members, however, were still divided on whether the party should join the government. They suggested the party leadership join the government after taking a formal decision.
UML wants to keep Home, Finance “It would be unacceptable for us if members of the party are sent into government without the approval of the CWC.” ...... Another general secretary of the party, Bimalendra Nidhi, argued in the CWC that it was the duty of the party to join the government.
CMP, power sharing delays cabinet expansion The MPRF still looks deeply divided on who should lead the party in the government. Sensing the division in the leading Madhesi party Koirala told Gachchhadar that he would hold separate discussion with MPRF Chairman Upendra Yadav. ..... some dissenting voice within the NC regarding who should represent the party in the government.

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MJF: No Harm Done

Upendra Yadav Should Be Leading The MJF Team In The New Government

Nepalese Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala ...Image by AFP/Getty Images via Daylife

  • Bijay Gachhedar's minor rebellion to support the UML-NC coalition was the correct one. He read the mood in the party and the country correctly.
  • Upendra Yadav's decision to claim leadership of the next government was a bold, smart move. But as soon as it became clear the Maoists were not serious with their offer, he should have realized it was time to backtrack.
  • It was never a mistake to bring Jay Prakash Gupta, Bijay Gachhedar and Sharad Singh Bhandari into the MJF. Jay Prakash Gupta is one of the founders of the MJF. He could very well succeed Upendra Yadav down the line. Upendra Yadav, Bijay Gachhedar and Sharad Singh Bhandari all represent major population constituencies in the Terai, the Yadavs, the Tharus, and the Pahadi origin Teraiwasis. The MJF grew by eating into the Nepali Congress' vote bank in the Terai. The MJF did what the TMDP tried to do but did not do as well, which was to attract Congress leaders, cadres and voters.
  • It was a mistake to ever have elected Bijay Gachhedar the parliamentary party leader. The party president should have kept that for himself.
  • Now the best thing is for the MJF central committee to decide to (1) join the new government full force with maximum participation, and (2) get Upendra Yadav to lead the MJF in the new government. He lead the MJF in the last governemnt as well, he had the most plum ministry. He should continue as Foreign Minister, or get Home if that is an option.
  • Upendra Yadav gets to become Prime Minister after the elections next year, not now. Right now is Madhav Nepal's turn.
  • It is not for the UML, NC, TMDP and the SP to decide who will lead the MJF in the new government. If they try, this government will last six months max.
  • Upendra Yadav should stop acting like not joining this new government is still an option.
In The News

Big four to invite Gachchhadar into govt Republica Four major political parties have decided to accept the decision of the parliamentary party of the Madhesi People´s Rights Forum (MPRF) to join the new government. At a meeting of the Nepali Congress (NC), Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist), Tarai Madhes Democratic Party (TMDP) and Sadbhabana Party held at Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal´s private residence at Koteshwor Friday morning, the four parties decided to invite MPRF leaders into the new coalition government. ...... a majority of members in the MPRF central committee are against joining the new government. ...... the four parties took the decision to show a common understanding of the major coalition parties regarding the dispute within MPRF. ...... The parties took the decision hours before a MPRF central committee meeting was scheduled. ...... The four parties´ accepting the MPRF parliamentary party decision is intended to press the party´s central committee meeting not to take any move against it.

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Sunday, May 24, 2009

Upendra Yadav Should Be Leading The MJF Team In The New Government

Madhesi Jana Adhikar Forum, NepalImage via Wikipedia

  • Upendra Yadav was unanimously elected the leader of the MJF at the party's convention not long ago.
  • At that convention Bijay Gachhedar could not even get himself elected central committee member.
  • It was a mistake to have elected Bijay Gachhedar the parliamentary party leader after the April 2008 election.
  • Where was Bijay Gachhedar during the Madhesi Kranti of 2007?
  • Where was Bijay Gachhedar during the Madhesi Kranti of 2008?
  • If the UML offers to make Bijay Gachhedar the Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister, that will be the beginning of the end of this UML-led government.
  • It is not for the UML to decide who will lead the MJF in the government. For that the MJF has formed a four member committee: Upendra Yadav, Jay Prakash Gupta, Sharad Singh Bhandari, Bijay Gachhedar.
  • Upendra Yadav led the MJF in the last government.
  • Upendra Yadav will lead the MJF in this government.
It is true that Upendra Yadav failed to correctly read the mood in the country and in the party. But trying to take initiative to form a government in his own leadership was a great move by Upendra Yadav, only the Maoists were not honest with their offer, so the talks went nowhere.

For the UML to try and decide who should get what ministry from the MJF will be like when Rajendra Mahto was in Mahendranagar of Mahakali zone where his Sadbhavana party does not even have a presence, and the Pahadi/Bahun bureaucrats of the Election Commission confiscated his ministerial vehicle saying a minister may not use government property to campaign for his party. That was the Pahadis/Bahuns saying you might be a cabinet minister but you are still only a Madhesi.

There are plenty of Pahadi/Bahun chauvinists in the UML. If they don't measure up, this government is also going to be short-lived.

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Saturday, May 23, 2009

Contents 2009

Marriage, Citizenship, Nepal, Madhes, And The Anti-Madhesi Ideology
News Videos  
Video: Gagan Thapa, Koshi, Constituent Assembly Polls Preview, Pushpa Dahal
Video: April Revolution 2006, Narahari Acharya, Prakash Lohani, Prashant Jha, CA Polls
Video: Upendra Mahato, Bal Krishna Joshi, Prashant Jha, Ian Martin
Video: Gagan Thapa, Khadga Oli
Hridesh Tripathy On Dishanirdesh, A 2008 Video
Ian Martin's Talk At The New School
Karima Begum
The Baburam Interview With The WPRM 
Progress On Constitution
Finding Middle Ground
The NRN Debate: It Is A Global, Online World
Federalism Could Be A Tool To Recolonize The Terai
Mission Madhes
Sonal: Photos
Sonal In Town
Sonal In Scarsdale
Dashain Party, Ridgewood
That Madhesi Agenda: Jitendra Sonal
Interaction With Madhav Nepal: Friday
Can Koirala Be Given Credit For Federalism?
The Word Madisey: Madisey Bhanne Shabda
A Federal Nepal: Emerging Maps 
The Maoists And Multi-Party Democracy
HKNepal Interview With Prachanda
Serial Entrepreneur Aditya Jha Honored By India Abroad
Karma Sherpa And The NYC Program For The Prime Minister
Sukhdev Shah And Anti-Madhesi Prejudice
A Reply To Surendra Devkota On Hindi
Awadh, Chitwan, Bhojpura, Mithila, Kochila = Madhesh
The UML Could Split
Tek Gurung's Event At Yak
An Afternoon With Prdip Giri
A DaMaJaMaKha Panel
Breakup Of MJF Better For One Unified Madhesi Party
Getting Published In Republica: Thoughts On Federalism
A Discussion Thread From Ashutosh Shrivastav's Facebook Page
Upendra Yadav's Options
Madhesi Movement And Peace Process: Rethink Time?
Madhav Nepal And Rule Of Law
What Next For The Madhesi Movement?
What Is Gachhedar Thinking?
The Implications Of A Split In The MJF
Koirala Has To Be Beat At His Own Game
The MJF Must Stay Intact
Putting The MJF Fire Out
MJF: Is Reconciliation Possible?
The MJF Drama
MJF Will Emerge Stronger
I Give Madhav Nepal Six Months
Upendra Yadav Is Going To Lead The MJF In The New Government
The Army Issue Has To Be Discussed In The Parliament
MJF: No Harm Done
Upendra Yadav Should Be Leading The MJF Team In The New Government
Contents 2009
Contents 2008
Contents 2007
Contents 2006 (2)
Contents 2006
Contents 2005
MJF: Upendra Yadav Is The Leader
Nepali Diaspora: Rethink Time?
Is A Consensus Government Possible?
Time To Rally Around Madhav Nepal
Prachanda's Offer To Yadav, Then To Koirala
MJF: That Other Winner Of The April 2008 Election
News X Interview With Madhav Nepal
A Minority Government Is Possible
K.P. Oli
The President Should Declare An Emergency
Prachanda Messed Up
Madhav Nepal Would Be A Great Choice
Is An All Party Government Possible, Desirable?
Options For A New Coalition Government
Prime Minister Upendra Yadav?
Lesson For Maoists: Rule Of Law
Prime Minister Jhala Nath Khanal
Which Map Do You Like And Why?
Who Are Nepal's Martyrs?
A Fragile Peace
After Tharu Movement, Dalit, Muslim And Women's Movements
Baburam Bhattarai: Proposed Constitution
7,000 Martyrs: A Maoist Farce
National Coalition Against Racial Discrimination: Proposed Constitution
ग्रीन कार्ड भनेको भिसा जस्तो हो
ICG: Nepal's Faltering Peace Process
Unification Of Madhesi Parties
What Shape Federalism?
CPN (Maoist) To CPN (Deng)?
Who Killed Journalist Uma Singh?
Madhesi Movement: Next Phase
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Contents 2008

Prachanda: Video
The Maoist Attack On Himal
Transition Challenges
Claiming Relevance
Simple Majority Government, Ceremonial President Ramraja
Another Seven Party Government?
तराईमा मधेस र थारुवान गरी दुई राज्य हुन सक्छन
Are The Maoists Anti-Madhesi?
Non Maoist Government Possible, All Party Government Advisable
Coalition Government, But Which Coalition Partners
All Party Government, Prachanda President, Chitralekha Speaker
Madhesi Movement: Next Moves
Nobel Peace Prize 2008: Making A Case For Nepal
Prachanda Gets To Be Nepal's First President
Permutations And Combinations
ICG: Nepal's Election And Beyond
मधेसी पार्टीले सीट तालमेल नगरेको राम्रै हो
मधेशी पार्टीले तराईका दिलत र मिहलालाई िचनेनन्
पाँच बुँदा, पाँच चुनाव
मधेसी मोर्चालाई सत्तामा पुर्याउने तिरका
मधेसी अान्दोलनले अब चुनाव िजतेर देखाउनुप्रछ
िगिरजा नेपाललाई स्री लंका बनाउन चाहन्छ
Compromise हुन सक्छ
िगिरजाले संघीय सरकार के हो भन्ने कुरा नबुझेको हुनुपर्छ
माअोवादीको गणतन्त्रको माग जस्तै हो मधेस राज्यको माग
अान्दोलन िक िनर्वाचन: मधेसी र जनजाित पार्टीहरूको एकीकरणको सवाल
मधेसी जनजाित अान्दोलनकालािग दलीय पुर्ण समानुपाितक िनर्वाचनको अावश्यकता
ICG: Nepal: Peace Postponed

Contents 2007

चार राज्य: कोशी, गण्डकी, कर्णाली, मधेस
बन्दुकधारी मधेसी पार्टीहरूसँग गफ गर्न १० मिहना िढला भइसक्यो
एक मधेस एक प्रदेशकालािग चािहने मोर्चा
पहाडी नेताहरूले मधेशी अान्दोलनबारे बुझ पचाउन खोज्ने दुष्प्रयास
मधेशी अान्दोलनमा अझै पिन अिनश्चय
िनर्वाचन प्रक्िरया बारे बखेडा
Hridayesh Tripathi Kantipur Interview
नेपालमा ४०% मधेशी, मधेशमा ४०% पहाडी
राजेन्द्र महतोसँग बेइमानी भएको छ
माधव नेपालको तालु, प्रचण्डको तालु, िगिरजाको तालु
मधेशी अान्दोलनले छलाङ मारेको छ
माअोवादीले मधेशी अान्दोलनसँग फेिर िनहुँ खोज्न थालेको छ
माअोवादीलाई Triangulate गर्दा दुवै हातमा लड्डु
Prashant Tamang, Saturday, 7 PM
रामचन्द्र झा: तराई अान्दोलनसँगै उठेका मुद्दाहरू
पुर्ण समानुपाितक िनर्वाचन िवरूद्धका कुतर्कहरु
प्रभाकर, लीलामिण, अाले मगरलाई भेंट्दा
पुर्ण समानुपाितक िनर्वाचनकालािग िगिरजालाई कसरी घुँडा टेकाउने?
Suresh Ale Magar, Prabhakar, Lilamani Pokhrel, Pari Thapa, November 25
माअोवादीलाई Triangulate गर्नुपर्ने भएको छ
िवश्वको राजधानीको िमनी नेपालमा अलोकतान्त्िरक, अपारदर्शी राजनीित
मधेशी मोर्चाको िनर्माण िबना मधेश राज्य संभव छैन
माअोवादीको माफीया चालढाल
चक्रव्यूहमा मधेसी नेता
हृदयेश त्रिपाठी: चक्रव्यूहमा मधेस
Bidya Bhandari, Prabhakar, Sunday, 2:30 PM, Nepal Japan Restaurant
िफरसे मधेशी क्रान्ित?
Proposed Constitution
परमेन्द्र भगत पत्रकार?
Rajendra Mahto's Proposed Madhesi Front
Forbidden City: Not So Forbidden: SEBS In The Metro
Fully PR Election, Now What?
Political Deadlock And New Middle Ground: Published By
Ancient Nepal: Texts
Meeting Ground Between Congress And Maoists: 75 Multi Member Constituencies
पाखेले मिदसे भन्छ, नेपालीले मधेशी भन्न िसक्छ
पुर्ण समानुपाितक िनर्वाचनकालािग मधेशी, जनजाित, दिलतले अान्दोलन गर्नुपर्छ
पहाडी पार्टी काँग्रेसने मधेशीयो के साथ बेइमानी करनेका िनर्णय कर िलया है
िगिरजाले अप्िरल क्रान्ितको श्रेय िलन िमल्दैन
संिवधान सभामें मधेशी मोर्चाका रोल
मधेशी मोर्चाका िनर्माण अौर तराई खुला रखनेकी रणनीित
अन्धेर नगरी चौपट िगिरजा
Thinking Through This Jolt To The Transition
पुर्ण समानुपाितक िनर्वाचन अौर एक मधेश एक प्रदेशका नारा पर्याप्त है
डा देवेन्द्र राज पाण्डे: अन्तिरम प्रधान मन्त्री?
Rhoderick Chalmers, Monday, October 8, 6-8 PM
Nepal Must Get A New Prime Minister
Pradip Nepal: Pahadi Tiger
The Symbolism Of Girija Giving Mahto's Ministry To Kans Sitaula
ICG: Nepal's Fragile Peace Process
New CMP, New PM, Fully PR Election, Register More Parties, Elections In April
न्यु यर्कका पहिरयाहरू
November 22: Elections Must Happen
The Animals Of The Kapilvastu Riots
Armed Revolution To Street Agitation To Parliamentary Arithmetic
Koirala Has Only 85 Out of 330
Middle Ground: PR Election Now, Republic Later
My Idea Of A Madhesi Gathering
Congratulations To Rajendra Mahto
Madhesi Movement: Delicate Turn
Federal National Democratic Forum: The Janajati Party
Time To Hit The Campaign Trail
Completely Proportional Election: Meeting Point With The Maoists
The Madhesi Cause Is On Fire: Put Out The Fire
To Do List For Sadbhavana And MJF
Goal: Federal Republic Of State Funded Parties
MJF Is For Republic, Land Reform, Dalit, Muslim, Janajati, Mahila Rights, And Small Or No Army
The MJF Must Stay Intact
The MJF Dispute: Got To Seek Middle Ground
No To Terrorism: Terai Army Is A Criminal Outfit
उपेन्द्र यादव: सरकार र फोरमबीच सम्झौता
The Madhesi MPs And The Idea Of A New Party
तराई बन्द नहीं संगठन िवस्तार किरए
जयप्रकाश गुप्ता: मधेस आन्दोलनका आग्रह
An Open Letter To NAC
Goal Has To Be To Stay As One Country
Not UML-Maoist Unification Or Unity, But A One Point Agreement On PR Election
Baburam Bhattarai Is Right About UML-Maoist Unity
एक मात्र िमलनिवन्दु: पुर्ण समानुपाितक िनर्वाचन
Issues Of Madhesh
Madhesi Movement Against Khas Chauvinism
पहाडी बाहुन सुजीत ढकाल
No Point Talking, Got To Get Down To Protests
तीन लाखले सरकारी जागीर खाने, तीन करोड कता जाने?
Best Possible Scenario: How It Could Unfold
मधेशी मोर्चाके िलए फर्मुला
महेन्द्र, वीरेन्द्र र प्रचण्डका सीडीअो अञ्चलाधीशहरू
Upendra Yadav Book 2
Upendra Yadav Book 1
The Maoist Confusion Is Unnecessary
Madhav Nepal Needs To Make A Move
Lull Before The Storm
Compromise Formula: 75 Multi Member Constituencies
Democracy, Transparency, And The Nepali Diaspora
I Agree With Prachanda On Republic And Proportional Election
Pahadi Prejudice
Madhesi Alliance Needed
Tehelka: Madhesi
Ridiculous Bahun Poudel
Talk To Goit
एक मधेश एक प्रदेश
Bahun Conspiracy To Hijack Constituent Assembly Elections
उपेन्द्र यादव: संवाद
Rajendra Mahto: Three Hours Of Video
मधेशी अान्दोलनको गन्तव्य: नभम्बर चुनाव
Rajendra Mahto In Town
Moriarty Worried So People Like Me Did Not Have To
Violence Is No Solution In the Terai
ICG: Nepal's Troubled Terai Region
Upendra Yadav: Five Hours Of Video
Nutcase Baidya
Alliance Sets The Tone For Diaspora Organizations
Upendra Yadav Was In Town
No To Royal Dictatorship, No To Maoist Dictatorship, No To Mafia Dictatorship
Nepal Weekly: Front Cover Story On Madhesi
िगिरजालाई पदमुक्त गर
Unification Formula For The Sadbhavana And The Communists
The YCL Is Not A State Organ And May Not Act Like It
Proposed Constitution
What Will The Constituent Assembly Look Like?
प्रचण्डे बाहुनले अौंला पिन खान्छ, हात पिन खान्छ
छाता संगठनको कुरा फेिर ल्याउने िक नल्याउने
समानुपाितक िनर्वाचनको बाहुन फर्मुला मधेशी िवरूद्धको षडयन्त्र हो
तराईमा िहंसाको राजनीितक समाधान छ
जनजाित र दिलतले पार्टी नखोल्नु मानिसक दासता हो
Nepali Times Poll: A Lot Of Room For New Parties
Girija's Dictatorship: Money To The Maoists And The Congress
India Is Wrong On Bhutan
2007: The Year Of The Revolution In Bhutan
Proposed Constitution
3 Layers, 15 States, No Army, 100,000 Bureaucrats Total, Much FDI
Bimalendra Nidhi And Friends
Madman Prachanda, Hindenburg Girija
ICG Report On Madman Prachanda
Completely Proportional Elections To The Constituent Assembly
Girija Will Kill Another 40,000 Nepalis
May 19: New School
द्वैध नागिरकता िबना नेपालमा अार्िथक क्रान्ित सम्भव छैन
May 12 Meeting: A Flop
Smart Prachanda Move On Land Reform: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back
Mayawati Has Lessons For Madhesi, Janajati, Dalit, Mahila
Compulsions Of A Transition
Ian Martin: James Bond Of The UN Peacemaking Ambitions
Empowering Women In The UNMIN Structure
मई १२ िदउँसो १ बजे सेन्ट्रल पार्क दक्िषण पूर्व कोणा
Putting The Peace Process On A Fast Track To Elections
एक मधेशी पार्टी
Peace Process At Risk
White Paper: A Major Diaspora Milestone
Chitralekha Yadav And Friends
Chitralekha Yadav And Friends: Photos 3
Chitralekha Yadav And Friends: Photos 2
Chitralekha Yadav And Friends: Photos 1
Democratizing Political Parties
UML, Maoist, NC (D) Alliance To Oust Girija Needed
Maoist Money: Number One Threat To Free, Fair, Fearless Elections
Chiran Thapa: Emulating A Singaporean Model, Overhauling The Leadership
Youth Communist League: Prachanda's Brown Shirts
मैले पिरकल्पना गरेको मधेश राज्य
Tie The Bell: Elections In November
Mathura Shrestha: Liar
न्यु यर्कमा छाता संगठनको अावश्यकता
Goal Is Ideological Fusion, Not Mainstreaming Maoists
ज्वाला, गोइत, टाइगर और कोबराको चुनाव क्यों लडना चािहए
New York Metro Nepalis: Organizational Challenges
Suvechha Adhikari: Youth Representation
Gaur: The Organized Crime Angle
Best Option For All: Elections In June
Banning MPRF: Not An Option
Homework For Om Gurung
Survey: Nepalis In New York City
Sarita Giri: Madheshi Movement In Defense Of Democracy And Madhesi Nationalism
Hamro Nepal, ANTA Press Releases On Gaur Incident
Om Gurung
Gaur: Prachanda's Reichstag Fire?
Gaur: The Madhesi Gongabu
PM, Defense, Finance: Congress, DPM, Home: UML, DPM: Maoist
Magar Event
Mainstreaming Maoist Tendencies In The Madhesh
Lawoti: Ethnic Or Administrative Federalism
Mainstreaming The Maoists: Various Scenarios
Madhesi, Janajati, Business Community
Three Parties: Congress, Communist, Sadbhavana
ANONYM: Association Of Nepali Organizations In New York Metro
Manoj Gajurel, Comic, In NYC Soon
Joint Movement
What Girija Could Have Done
Empowering Nepalis In New York City
Dipendra Jha: The Real Picture Of The Madhesi Movement
No Guns, Explosives, Weapons Outside Cantonments
MPRF: A Few Scenarios
It Is Tough For The Madhesi
Upendra Yadav: Madhesi Martin Luther King
Vivaswan Kumar: Foreign Aids: Funding Terrorism In Nepal
New MJF Strategy: Hit The State, Not The People
Krishna Sitaula: Appeaser, Not Peacemaker
Abinish Karna: A True Madhesi
A Federal Republic Electoral Alliance Against The Maoists Needed
Sadist Koirala, Kans Sitaula, Pol Pot Prachanda
Yubraj Acharya, Alok Bohra And Other Idiot Bahuns
Further Compromise: Mixed Election With Reservations
5 Point Demand: Compromise Formula So Elections Can Be Held In June
MJF And NEFIN Must Become Political Parties
The Economist: Nepal's Ethnic Politics: The New Battlefront
Brikhesh Chandra Lal: Suspicion Emanating From The Message
Should The MJF Indefinite Strike Continue? Yes
Girija Bahun Baje Dumbass
Madhesi Janajati Kranti: Victory Scenarios
Bravo Moriarty
Ensuring Ethnic And Gender Representation In The Constituent Assembly
Photos From Ratan's Trip To Nepal
Ratan Jha: Trip To Nepal
Madhesi Janajati Kranti: Confusion, Clarity
Madhesi Janajati Kranti: A Few Scenarios
Adhikaar Community Advisory Board Meeting
Inbox 18
Inbox 17
Inbox 16
Ian Martin
Mantra For An Economic Revolution In Nepal
Elections In November
रतन झा: मधेसी व्रि्रोह ः चुनौती र अवसर
Why Will Girija Not Seek A Common Sense Solution?
Bill On Political Parties
पुरे देशको प्यारालाइज कर दो
Nepalgunj II: This Is A Repeat
Eighth State: Khasan
Arato: Well Meaning But Away From Ground Realities
माअोवादी तानाशाही मुर्दाबाद
A Nepali Diaspora Milestone
िगिरजाको कुर्सी से हटा दो, सेरेमोिनयल बना दो
Federalism As A Formula
Janakpur Madhesis Demand Federal Republic Nepal
Paramendra Mention In Nepali Times By Kashish
Two Things To Do To Prevent April Kranti III
अगर सडक पर िफर से उतडनी पडी तो
Ram Manohar Sah: Himalayan Double Standard
Bahun Federalism Is No Federalism At All
Nepal Sarkar Needs To Set Up A Tribunal
Krishna Sitaula's Resignation: Why It Is Important
Of Hindu Supremacists And Muslim Martyrs
चुनावी जंग
Upendra Yadav Interview
Ramila Nepal: On The Monarchy
Madhesi Alliance: Panch Pandav: Federal Republic, Madhesh State, Nonviolence
Press Release: Canada Forum For Nepal
Madhesi, Prepare For The Second, Final Wave
Bindeshwar Prasad Yadav: True Integration Of Nepal
Royalist, Hindu Supremacist, Violent, Anything But A Madhesi Movement
Madhesh State Now
Sucheta Pyakurel's False Claim To Women's Rights
Alok Bohara: On Regional Autonomy And New Nepal
Kiran Sitoula Is A Short, Fat Idiot
Ram Sah: Concern Over State Excesses, And Diaspora Politics
Madhesi Legal Defense Fund, Madhesi Aawaz, Madhesi Movement II
Anand Jha At SEBS: Loha Lohe Ko Katta Hai
B. K. Rana And The Madhesi Janajati Question
Krishna Sitaula Not Going Risks Everything
NYC Gremlins
Mahendra Lawoti On Constituent Assembly
38 Martyrs = Go, Krishna Sitaula, Go
The Ghost Called ND Forum
NYC Nepali Are Madhesi, Powerless
The New School Event: Madhesi Question: Photos 2
The New School Event: Madhesi Question: Photos
The New School Event: My Speech To Be Delivered
How Not To Get Back Onto The Streets
Bipin Shah: Belated But Popular "Madhesi Revolt"
Inbox 15
िवजयकी सुगन्ध अा रही है
49% Seats For Terai In Constituent Assembly Is A Fair Deal
समानता अौर अिधकार पर्याप्त नहीं हैं, हमें तो शक्ित चािहए
Brikhesh Chandra Lal: Meaning Of Inclusive Democracy
Pankaj Karna: Awakening Of Madhesh
Inbox 14
Photos From Janakpur: Santosh Bhagat 3
Photos From Janakpur: Santosh Bhagat 2
Photos From Janakpur: Santosh Bhagat
Protests Will Continue, Big Time
Proposed Constitution
Braindead Girija: The UML Needs To Walk Out Of This Government
Why Krishna Sitaula Has To Go
Prachanda's Schizophrenia
Inbox 13
Stage Two, Stage Three
Preeti Koirala And Mainstream Pahadi Prejudice
The Army Is Going To Stay Out Of This
Madhesi Movement: Intensifying The Protest
Paudel Bahun Is Lying
Dhruba Adhikary: Your Typical Pahadi Liar
Anand Jha's Fight At SEBS
Inbox 12
Proportional Representation Might Work With DaMaJa Reservations
Guiding The Madhesi Movement
Open Letter To Surendra Devkota, Shiva Gautam
Inbox 11
Rajendra Mahto Live: Registering Dissent On Interim Constitution, January 15
माघे क्रान्ित
Satya Narayan Shah: Minimizing Conflict
Govind Shah: Peaceful Resolution
Inbox 10
Inbox 9
What Is Wrong With NDYCUSA?
Sitaula Resign, Koirala Declare Madhesh State, Now
February 10: New School: Nepal In Transition: The Terai Question
Maoist Wet Dream
Inbox 8
Inbox 7
The Accurately Named Krishna Pahadi
Girija Has Proven To Be A Cruel Joke Upon Nepal
Compromise: Add 45 Constituencies To The Terai
Nonviolent Madhesi Movement For Equality Or Violent Ethnic Riot
King's 3 Years, Girija's 3 Years: Not Happening
Sukhdev Shah: Terai’s Fate—Looking Within!
Inbox 6
Pahadi Bias Colors Global Media
Butchers, Stop The Killing, You Will Get Tried
Action Plan: 5 + 5
Gyane In April: 3 Speeches, Girija In Magh: How Many?
Inbox 5
Inbox 4
Inbox 3
सत्ताधारी सात पहाडी पार्टीको घैंटोमा अझै घाम लागेको छैन
Girija Koirala: Address To The Nation: Madhesi Movement Partial Victory
The Movement Will Not Stop, It Will Go To Step 2
Dragonfly Without A Wing Loses Hearing Capacity
Inbox 2
सरिता गिरी: अशान्त मधेस, नया नेपाल
Hamro Nepal Press Release: Only A Political Outlet To The Madhesi Movement
माघे क्रान्ित, राजावादी र िहन्दु कट्टरपन्थीबारे
The Maoist Map Is A Pretty Good Map
Kamal Thapa Should Be Arrested, But Not For The Madhesi Movement
Madhesi Movement Invites The Dalit, The Janajati, The Mahila
The Ball Is In Girija's Court: A Response To Pramod Kantha
Gagan Thapa On The Terai
Anand Jha: Raising Dust At SEBS
Need For A Mahila Movement
ANTA Press Release: Stop The State Terror
Stop The Shooting, Give The Speech
Feedback, NSU, USA Canada Chapter Press Release
डटे रहो
Sahana Pradhan, Sarita Giri, Chitra Lekha Yadav, Pratibha Rana
Ram Sah, Ratan Jha, Lalit Jha, Pramod Kantha: Madhesi Diaspora, Pahadi Diaspora
Why Are The Pahadis Quiet?
B. K. Rana: Carter, Palestine and Apartheid
Girija, Give A Speech Like Gyane Did In April
Stop Shooting, Give Concession Speech, Calm Down The Streets
Brikhesh Chandra Lal: Who Will Take Responsibility?
Madhesh Is Burning
शान्ित वार्ता क्या, िवजय घोषणा करो
8 Parties Need To Declare 205 Constituencies Of Equal Population
Madhesi Movement Is April Revolution Part 2
Look Who Is Talking
Madhesi Movement: Write To The Media
बराबर जनसंख्याबाला २०५ सीट
मधेश जल रही है
Girija Koirala Is A Crook
205 Constituencies Based On Equal Population, And Reserved Seats
New Jersey Madhesi Gathering: Photos
Anand Jha: Slugging It Out At SEBS
Ram Manohar Sah: Madheshi Murmurings
Mihir Thakur: Paper On Madhesh Samasya 2051
Madhesi Gathering, New Jersey
Prabasi Madhesi Are With The Madhesi Movement In Nepal
My Role In The April Revolution: The Butterfly Effect
Typhoid And Typhoid Victims
Party Unification, And One Person One Vote Principle
Talk With Goit For The Same Reason We Talked With Maoists
Dr. Brian Cobb: Jubilee Member Of Hamro Nepal
Bindeshwar Prasad Yadav: A View On Proposed Constitution
Madhesi Alert, Nepalgunj Pahadi Attack On Madhesi, Raw Email, Video Footage
NepalPAC: A Great, But Limited Idea
Hours And Hours Of Paramendra