Maoists want monarchy to be abolished and Nepal to be declared a republic.
The Koirala Govt failed to meet the Maoists' deadline on their 22-pt demands.
Prachanda warns of a peaceful mass movement in Nepal.
Chairman of the Maoist Communist Party in Nepal Prachanda calls upon Parliament to abolish monarchy in Nepal.
Maoist guerrillas have called off the indefinite strike in Southern Nepal after emergency talks took place.
The meeting of Maoists and Seven Party alliance decided to issue the Interim Constitution on January 15 in Nepal.
Nepal's interim Constitution would be promulgated in the next ten days for Maoists to join the Government.
Nepal's Maoists have begun an image makeover as they get ready to join the government.
Jubilation across Nepal marked the signing of the peace agreement between the government and Maoists.
Nepal Maoist chief Prachanda has disclosed that ISI had offered help to his outfit through "direct or indirect" means.
Richard Boucher also talks tough on Prachanda and even warned the Bangladesh Army against any future coup.
Nepalese leader Prachanda says he is unhappy with the Indian Government for treating the Maoists as rebels.
Maoists believe in peaceful transformation of Nepal but will not rule out a return to armed struggle.
Prachanda says Kathmandu would review the 1950 Treaty with India, which shapes the contours of Indo-Nepal relations.
Nepal Govt will raise the Maoists issue during the forthcoming talks between PM Koirala and Maoist supremo Prachanda.
Nepalese Prime Minister said that all issues faced by the nation will be settled after the arrival of a UN team.
Senior CPI-M leader Sitaram Yechury has helped the Nepali people get back on the path to democracy.
Yechury, who held talks with Prachanda in Kathmandu, says the rebels are committed to the peace process.
The Maoist leadership in Nepal says it will remain committed to the peace process to end the decade-old insurgency in Nepal.
Nepal's PM meets the Maoist leader for direct talks for the first time since the insurgency began in 1996.