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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Discourse of Constituent Assembly

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Integrated Attempts for Peace Building Process

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Looking Nepal Through Post Colonial Eyes

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Interpreting September 1

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Expectation of Muslim Community After September 1

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Situation of Journalists in Conflict Affected Areas

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How should NGOs Finance Their Activities?

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Lottery System in Foreign Employment

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Survey of Public Perception on Corruption in Nepal

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Crisis in Media and Challenges of Appropriate Responses

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Inter-Party Democracy in Nepali Congress

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Politics of Sanskrit Language

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Why Constitutional Assembly for Politics Ahead

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Issue of Disappearance: Legal-Political Role of Bar Association

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Political Crisis and Left Politics Ahead

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Political Deadlock and NC's Future Agenda

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Student Leaders on Ongoing Movement on Street

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Politics of Security Acts

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Understanding Current Political Situation

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Implication of Indian Politics on the Nepali Polity