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China eager to see peace, stability in Nepal: Ai Ping Kathmandu, August 26:
Kathmandu, August 26: A delegation of UCPN-Maoist headed by its International Bureau chief Ram Karki, which is currently in China for a ten day visit at the invitation of International Department of Communist Party of China (CPC), met with Ai Ping, V...
Central committee meeting adjourned Jul 12 2012 7:23AM
Kathmandu, 12 July: The full central committee meeting of Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) which kicked off today in the eve of Seventh Extended Meeting of the committee is postponed until 11:00 a.m., Friday morning. In today...
Central Committee meeting kicks off Jul 12 2012 12:38AM
Kathmandu, 12 July:The central committee meeting of Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) has officially started here at central party office as a part of preparation for the Seventh Extended Meeting of the Central Committee. In the meeti...
On Dissolution of Constituent Assembly May 27 2012 4:35AM
Dear masses of the people and media colleagues, I would like to thank you all present in this press-meet convened to make clear the opinion of Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) about the recent political development and sad dissolution of ...
Press Statment (20 June, 2012) Jun 21 2012 12:07AM
A group led by comrade Mohan Vaidya (Kiran), which had been carrying out parallel activities for a long time within the party in the name of a separate 'thought group', has claimed to have adopted a resolution by a national convention on J...
Chairman''s Proposal for Party Unity Jun 13 2012 12:13AM
It has become historic necessity to find new bases and principles to keep the party unity intact and resolve all disputes in our great and glorious party. This was required by the contemporary political situation of the country and also the con...
CM Prachanda leaves for New York Nov 5 2011 2:35AM
Kathmandu, 5 Nov. Prachanda, Chairman of Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) has left for New York on Saturday in a bid to gather support for the development of Lumbini, the birthplace of  Buddha.       ...
Historic Seven-point Agreement (November 1, 2011) Nov 1 2011 10:04PM
National consensus is a must to take the peace process to a logical end and complete the task of writing the new constitution. In this context, it is an obvious fact that political processes including the making of new constitution by taking peace...