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Khatmandu's tense political moves

The seven party alliance in Nepal is in the middle of its “decisive” protests to topple the autocratic regime in Nepal, and the protest programs have met with unprecedented resistance from the security forces.

United We Blog
, UWB, has some remarkable coverage as usual. General Strike Day I Diary, On Photos: April Uprising I, Maoists Attack on Sarlahi, The Eve of General Strike, Leaders & Professionals Arrested, Interests of Power Centers, April Uprising: What to Expect?.

Democracy For Nepal, DFN, has offered its usual political analysis, and calls for action on the part of the Nepali democrats worldwide: April 9, April Revolution: Document Every Atrocity, The Fascists In Kathmandu, Final Act: Disobey The Curfew, April 6,7,8,9, April 16,17,18,19, April 26,27,28,29, Write To Bush, Condi Before Possible Clampdown, Kamal Thapa Is A Nazi, Kamal Thapa Going Jail, Kamal Thapa Chukkie Pissing.

DFN also has covered three time Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba's trip to New York City. There are video clips and photos: Deuba Off To DC, Deuba In Jackson Heights, Deuba At Hotel Pennsylvania, Deuba At Columbia.

DFN's calls for action fall in several category. The number one is the work being done to launch an organization of Nepalis worldwide to aid the revolution for democracy. Hamro Nepal All Set To Be Launched. The blog also has an extensive video interview with Dinesh Tripathi, Advocate, Supreme Court of Nepal, who has been working harder than anyone else to seek legal remedies on behalf of the movement: Dinesh Tripathi, Your Worst Nightmare.

Samudaya speaks to release those who have been arrested: The movement must not be aborted.

Mero Sansar is right there with United We Blog in terms of coverage. Just look at this photo blog.

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