Over a million people have come out into the streets today, over 15 have been killed, hundreds upon hundreds have been injured, many seriously, by the police, thousands have been arrested, and the king is still nowhere close to seeing the light. He still refuses to see that a constituent assembly can be the only meeting point between him and the seven party alliance.
Democracy For Nepal  has long called to sidestep the king and go straight for an interim constitution and a revolutionary parliament.
- King's Address: Old Wine, Old Bottle 
- Could Girija Be President? 
- Checkmate 
- Smugglers, Sadists, Sycophants Have Infiltrated This Regime 
- Why The International Community Needs To Get Behind This Revolution 
- April 20: March Onto The Palace, End The Monarchy 
- End Of Ceausescu 
- 30 Minutes With Amrit Bohra 
- Gongabu Massacre 
- Interim President: Madhav Nepal 
- Zero Tolerance Policy Towards Monarchy 
- Malaria, Polio, Monarchy 
- Interim Constitution, Revolutionary Parliament 
- Shoot At Sight Order: Dead End For The King 
The one person team of Mero Sansar  has some great on ground coverage, but it is in Nepali. But it also has video clips, and photos. This blog might be the one place online with a ton of video clips from the streets although recently Nepal has hit the world headlines, and all major global names in news have been covering Nepal rather extensively.
United We Blog  has some of the best reporting. The founder of the blog, Dinesh Wagle, is to arrive in New York City  later today. He has been on a month long tour arranged by the US State Department.
- King’s Deceptive Message 
- General Strike Day XVI 
- Sorry King, Time Has Run Out For You 
- Brutal security persons 
- Kalanki Killings Through Lens 
- Defying Curfew on Photos 
- General Strike Day XV 
- Echoes of French Revolution 
- My Kind of Protest 
- State of Fear: Nepal Under Curfew 
Samudaya  is more than a website, it is also a network of young activists, several of them in Nepal. One example: Non aligned youth/students express solidarity to freedom . The site also has a great collection of photos from the revolution.