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"If the state of anarchy goes on our neighbours would certainly intervene for their own security. We can't rule out such a possibility. Recently, the Indian envoy in Kathmandu talked about Indian extremists entering Nepal for training. This doesn't mean that India is openly involved. If the situation in our country remains the same and India feels threatened, it won't sit idly by. The only way out of the present crisis is a "round table conference. Now, there are only two major forces in the country, the King and Maoists. The Maoists are much more powerful than Nepali Congress and UML. So, the King should deal with the Maoists accordingly."


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(11 JAN 2013 - 17 JAN 2013)


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