Prachanda is finding it difficult to keep his Maoist flock together.
Another round of tripartite meeting will be held on Sunday to discuss issues.
Prachanda speaks of impact of Maoist victory in Nepal of Indian Maoists.
Prachanda says Indo-Nepal treaty of 1950 should be reviewed.
Prachanda wants "each and every" provision of the treaty reviewed.
CPI(M) says it supports Prachanda's demand for scrapping the Friendship Treaty.
The Maoist leader says he can only renounce regressive violence.
We want to lead this peace process to logical conclusion, says Prachanda.
Under the treaty, nationals of both countries could freely travel across the border.
Based on intelligence reports, the Govt had thought the Maoists would come third.
The Maoist chief said he would be happy to have talks with King Gyanendra.
The elections for the first time in Nepal's history put its monarchy to the vote.
Prachanda said he would "take the initiative" in meeting the King.
The Nepal army made it clear that Prachanda's boys wouldn't be welcome.
Maoist leader Prachanda has called for an early inclusion of the Maoists into the army.
King will be removed soon, Maoist leader Prachanda tells CNN-IBN.
The Maoist leader warns the royal palace will be stormed if conspiracy was hatched to disrupt the polls.
Prachanda chooses one seat in the Maoist heartland of Rolpa.
he Maoists had derailed Constituent Assembly polls scheduled for November, demanding that the monarchy be abolished.
Maoists refused to rethink their decision to withdraw from the govt.