Nepal: Who is to blame?

Even as the revolution in Nepal unfolds, Bahas> asks if this is the time for reconciliation or confrontation – “Nepalese political parties are equally responsible as the king Gyanendra for the present state of Nepal. After 1990, the political parties badly misgoverned the country, forced Maoists to abandon the present constitution, spent most of the time in fighting to grab the power, many times untimely dissolved the parliaments without any logical reasons..”


  • […] In a follow up to Sunny’s post, I thought I’d share some more photos of the Nepali protests. Phalano has some fantastic pictures taken day by day and interesting comments, do visit (many of you will have seen some of these as they come via BoingBoing). Bloggers Nepal’s Photo Section has plenty to see and GVO has of course been covering the tumultuous time in Nepal. Amardeep Singh’s latest is a great post with more links for those interested, pulling together views from various news services and bloggers, including examining India’s role. […]

  • […] So much to my relief now they’ve got a page with segregated feeds Region/ Country/ Topic wise. The feed that is going to be fed with content from and on South Asia is this one. There – that’s one less excuse. […]

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