- Allies Quit Government as Nepal Crisis Deepens. Sharma, Gopal // News India Times;06/08/2012, Vol. 43 Issue 23, p14
The article reports that three allied political parties quit the Maoist-led government of Nepal on May 28, 2012 as the republic fall deeper into crisis after Nepal's Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai has called elections for failure to agree on a constitution addressing instability.
- Nepal. // Military Technology;2012, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p366
The article offers information on Nepal. Nepal's President Ram Baran Yadav is the head of state and its Prime Minister is Baburam Bhattarai. Nepal is spread across an area of 140,800 sq. km. and as of July 2011, its estimated population is 29,391,993. Also offered are details on Nepal's...
- Maoist ex-PM sounds Nepal 'anarchy' alert. THAKUR, SANKARSHAN // Telegraph (Calcutta, India);3/5/2015, p7
The article reports on the insights of former Nepal prime minister Baburam Bhattarai of the Maoist insurgent communist party in India on the possibility of anarchy if a consensus on a new constitution which reflects the 2008 revolution does not take place.
- Deputy Chief of Former Rebels Elected Nepal PM. GURUBACHARYA, BINAJ // India -- West;9/2/2011, Vol. 36 Issue 41, pA46
The article announces that the deputy leader of the former maoist rebels, Baburam Bhattarai, is elected as the prime minister of Nepal's parliament, in which the Himalayan nation's political crisis would stop.
- Nepal's Unity Cabinet Seeks Consensus on Constitution. SHARMA, GOPAL // News India Times;05/18/2012, Vol. 43 Issue 20, p22
The article reports that Nepal Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai decided to create a coalition government on May 5, 2012 to address the political disorder in the country and introduce a constitution.
- Nepal Prime Minister to Begin Interacting with People. // News India Times;06/22/2012, Vol. 43 Issue 25, p21
The article focuses on a report released by Russia's news agency RIA Novosti, which reveals Nepal Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai's plan of overnight stays in the country's rural regions in an effort to keep himself aware about the people's concerns.
- New Nepal Leader to Visit India, Sidestepping Controversy. SARKAR, SUDESHNA // News India Times;09/16/2011, Vol. 42 Issue 37, p17
The article reports that Jawaharlal Nehru University scholar Baburam Bhattarai, new prime minister of Nepal, will visit India after attending a United Nation meeting in New York, thereby sidestepping the old controversy on Nepali premiers' first foreign trip after assuming office.
- Nepal Prime Minister to Set up Unity Government After Cabinet Quits. SHARMA, GOPAL // News India Times;05/11/2012, Vol. 43 Issue 19, p22
The article reports on the plan of Nepal's Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai to form a coalition government that will include the main opposition parties following the resignation of his cabinet member as part of a negotiated effort to put down political noise in the poor Himalayan state.
- Call for biggest investment in education. // Education Insider;Jun2014, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p15
The article presents the views of Baburam Bhattarai, former Prime Minister of Nepal, on need of investment in the education sector of the country and unequal education provided by government and private schools.