Research Seminar Series

Chautari started a separate series of discussions related to current political affairs every Sunday at 3 PM from February 2003. The date and title of the discussions and the names of the people who led the discussions (Pundits) are listed in archives below. Since February 2005 to October 2005, regular Sunday discussion series has been converted to research series. However, after October 2005, Sunday series included discussions on both types of topics either research or current politics.

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Youth Commentary on Present Political Scenario

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Conflict in Nepal and Srilanka

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Five Parties Agitation and Role of Students' Unions

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Present Constitutional Crisis and Its Outlet

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Foreign Interest in Nepalese Politics

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The Constitution of the Kingdom of Nepal and its Present Context

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Royal Council (Rajparishad) in the Present Constitution

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Conflict Affected Nepalese Political Economy

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Public Concern on Security Checking

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Democratic Movement in Bhutan

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Democratic Outlet of Current Conflict

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Current Politics

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Trend of Current Politics

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Nepali Society and Restructuring Governance

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Why Constituent Assembly?

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Peace Talk and Possible Political Solution

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Mini Parliament in Colleges

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Discussion on Politics, Peace and Development: Contexts of Sri Lanka and Nepal

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Monarchy of 21st Century