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Trouble in Nepal 
Fall from grace 
A quest for order amid cyber insecurity 
Shaping the digital world 
Fewer species, more disease 
NEWS 
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Trouble in Nepal 
Fall from grace 
A quest for order amid cyber insecurity 
Shaping the digital world 
Fewer species, more disease 
NEWS 
Trouble in Nepal 
?Storm raging in N e p a l’ s ruling Nepal Communist Party 
?PM of Nepal: Khadga Prasad Oli  
?Pushpa Kamal Dahal (Prachanda) is the main rival of 
KP Oli. 
?Bone of contention: Mr. Oli continues to hold two 
posts — that of NCP Chairperson and Prime Minister. 
?Party members leading the move against Mr. Oli point 
to growing discomfort over his autocratic style. 
?Mr. Ol i ’ s head-on collision with India over the past few 
weeks 
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Trouble in Nepal 
Fall from grace 
A quest for order amid cyber insecurity 
Shaping the digital world 
Fewer species, more disease 
NEWS 
Trouble in Nepal 
?Storm raging in N e p a l’ s ruling Nepal Communist Party 
?PM of Nepal: Khadga Prasad Oli  
?Pushpa Kamal Dahal (Prachanda) is the main rival of 
KP Oli. 
?Bone of contention: Mr. Oli continues to hold two 
posts — that of NCP Chairperson and Prime Minister. 
?Party members leading the move against Mr. Oli point 
to growing discomfort over his autocratic style. 
?Mr. Ol i ’ s head-on collision with India over the past few 
weeks 
?Mr. Oli is also blaming Indian Embassy in 
Kathmandu 
?Public role played by the Chinese Ambassador to 
Nepal in bringing together the warring factions. 
?India-Nepal ties have hit new lows. 
?Neither side is willing to schedule the much 
promised meeting of Foreign Secretaries 
?While Mr. Oli is outnumbered in the ruling party 
structure, he has won a mandate, and there is 
little doubt that he remains popular in Nepal. 
Page 4


Trouble in Nepal 
Fall from grace 
A quest for order amid cyber insecurity 
Shaping the digital world 
Fewer species, more disease 
NEWS 
Trouble in Nepal 
?Storm raging in N e p a l’ s ruling Nepal Communist Party 
?PM of Nepal: Khadga Prasad Oli  
?Pushpa Kamal Dahal (Prachanda) is the main rival of 
KP Oli. 
?Bone of contention: Mr. Oli continues to hold two 
posts — that of NCP Chairperson and Prime Minister. 
?Party members leading the move against Mr. Oli point 
to growing discomfort over his autocratic style. 
?Mr. Ol i ’ s head-on collision with India over the past few 
weeks 
?Mr. Oli is also blaming Indian Embassy in 
Kathmandu 
?Public role played by the Chinese Ambassador to 
Nepal in bringing together the warring factions. 
?India-Nepal ties have hit new lows. 
?Neither side is willing to schedule the much 
promised meeting of Foreign Secretaries 
?While Mr. Oli is outnumbered in the ruling party 
structure, he has won a mandate, and there is 
little doubt that he remains popular in Nepal. 
Fall from grace 
?For over four decades, Najib Razak was one of the 
most powerful voices of Malaysian politics.  
?The son of a former Prime Minister, a legislator for 
decades and an all-powerful Prime Minister for nine 
years. 
?A trial court found him guilty on seven corruption 
charges in connection with the 1Malaysia Development 
Bhd (1MDB) financial fraud. 
?He was sentenced to 12 years in prison and fined $50 
million. 
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Trouble in Nepal 
Fall from grace 
A quest for order amid cyber insecurity 
Shaping the digital world 
Fewer species, more disease 
NEWS 
Trouble in Nepal 
?Storm raging in N e p a l’ s ruling Nepal Communist Party 
?PM of Nepal: Khadga Prasad Oli  
?Pushpa Kamal Dahal (Prachanda) is the main rival of 
KP Oli. 
?Bone of contention: Mr. Oli continues to hold two 
posts — that of NCP Chairperson and Prime Minister. 
?Party members leading the move against Mr. Oli point 
to growing discomfort over his autocratic style. 
?Mr. Ol i ’ s head-on collision with India over the past few 
weeks 
?Mr. Oli is also blaming Indian Embassy in 
Kathmandu 
?Public role played by the Chinese Ambassador to 
Nepal in bringing together the warring factions. 
?India-Nepal ties have hit new lows. 
?Neither side is willing to schedule the much 
promised meeting of Foreign Secretaries 
?While Mr. Oli is outnumbered in the ruling party 
structure, he has won a mandate, and there is 
little doubt that he remains popular in Nepal. 
Fall from grace 
?For over four decades, Najib Razak was one of the 
most powerful voices of Malaysian politics.  
?The son of a former Prime Minister, a legislator for 
decades and an all-powerful Prime Minister for nine 
years. 
?A trial court found him guilty on seven corruption 
charges in connection with the 1Malaysia Development 
Bhd (1MDB) financial fraud. 
?He was sentenced to 12 years in prison and fined $50 
million. 
?Billions of dollars were allegedly stolen from the 
1MDB — an investment fund he launched in 2009 
when Prime Minister — by employees of the fund or 
of the government. 
?The money was traced by prosecutors to a mega-
yacht, a Picasso painting and the Hollywood film, 
‘ T h e Wolf of Wall Street ’. 
?His bank accounts received about $1 billion. 
?The trial court has stayed the sentences until a 
higher court gives a final verdict on his planned 
appeal. 
?The new government of Muhyiddin Yassin has a 
razor-thin majority in Parliament. 
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