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Protests, Constitutional Assembly Turn Violent as Nepal Nears a Constitution
January 20, 2015
Protests, Constitutional Assembly Turn Violent as Nepal Nears a Constitution
Violent protests have broken out across nepal as the Constituent Assembly nears the finalization of a new constitution.
Protests, Constitutional Assembly Turn Violent as Nepal Nears a Constitution
Nepal Strikes to Protest Constitutional Assembly
January 14, 2015
Nepal Strikes to Protest Constitutional Assembly
The capital shuts down as Nepal’s constitution deadline approaches.
Nepal Strikes to Protest Constitutional Assembly
India and Nepal Tackle Border Disputes
September 22, 2014
India and Nepal Tackle Border Disputes
Under Narendra Modi's leadership, India is addressing outstanding border discrepancies with Nepal.
India and Nepal Tackle Border Disputes
Could Nepal Return to Monarchy?
June 25, 2014
Could Nepal Return to Monarchy?
The rise of the BJP in India makes the restoration of Nepalese monarchy more likely
Could Nepal Return to Monarchy?
Northeast India Shows High Voter Turnout
April 09, 2014
Northeast India Shows High Voter Turnout
Indian elections, human rights in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh's poor economic outlook and more. South Asia links.
Northeast India Shows High Voter Turnout
Nepal: One of The Worst Places To Be a Child?
February 25, 2014
Nepal: One of The Worst Places To Be a Child?
Although child labor is illegal in Nepal, 1.6 million children are in the workforce. Girls have it the worst.
Nepal: One of The Worst Places To Be a Child?
Women and Girls, A Commodity: Human Trafficking in Nepal
February 22, 2014
Women and Girls, A Commodity: Human Trafficking in Nepal
Sex trafficking is a growing problem in Nepal. The Diplomat's Kiran Nazish reports from Kathmandu.
Women and Girls, A Commodity: Human Trafficking in Nepal
Nepal Breaks Political Deadlock, Elects Prime Minister
February 11, 2014
Nepal Breaks Political Deadlock, Elects Prime Minister
After months of political deadlock, Nepal elects a centrist prime minister. Can he write a constitution?
Nepal Breaks Political Deadlock, Elects Prime Minister
Lumbini Discovery: Time to Push Back the Buddha’s Birthday?
November 26, 2013
Lumbini Discovery: Time to Push Back the Buddha’s Birthday?
Buddhism’s central figure may have lived more than a century earlier than previously thought.
Lumbini Discovery: Time to Push Back the Buddha’s Birthday?
The Deft Politicking of Nepal’s Army
October 04, 2013
The Deft Politicking of Nepal’s Army
The Nepalese Army remains powerful and yet largely unremarked, a tribute to its political acumen.
The Deft Politicking of Nepal’s Army
Bhutan’s Second Trip to the Parliamentary Polls
March 27, 2013
Bhutan’s Second Trip to the Parliamentary Polls
With its second general elections, Bhutan takes one more step towards securing its democratic gains.
Bhutan’s Second Trip to the Parliamentary Polls
Nepal’s Elections Hang in the Balance
February 25, 2013
Nepal’s Elections Hang in the Balance
Despite hope that Nepal’s crawl toward democracy will continue, uncertainty and infighting persist.
Nepal’s Elections Hang in the Balance
Nepal's Long Road To Peace
August 05, 2012
Nepal's Long Road To Peace
With the integration of Maoist fighters faltering and growing political gridlock, the entire peace process is in jeopardy.
Nepal's Long Road To Peace
Nepal Balances Interests
January 17, 2012
Nepal Balances Interests
The Diplomat speaks with Nepal’s ambassador to the United States about Tibet, India and ties with China.
Nepal Balances Interests
Nepal's PM an Indian Spy?
November 09, 2011
Nepal's PM an Indian Spy?
As Nepal’s politicians jostle for position, they aren’t afraid to throw around some outrageous accusations.
Nepal's PM an Indian Spy?
Earthquake Death Toll Climbs
September 19, 2011
Earthquake Death Toll Climbs
The death toll in Sunday’s earthquake in northeastern India climbs past 50 as rescuers battle poor weather.
Earthquake Death Toll Climbs
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