|Video of Shaktikhor where Pushpa Kamal Dahal was speaking to PLA members about Maoist strategy to capture state leaked out to media.|
PM resigns slamming president’s move to reinstate army chief Katawal.
Govt sacks Chief of Army Chief Rookmangud Katawal, appoints Kul Bahadur Khadka as acting army chief.
CA by-election held in 6 seats. Maoists win three, NC, UML and MJF share one each.
AISC decides to start rehabilitation of disqualified Maoist combatants.
Unified CPN-Maoists forms 15-member secretariat.
CPN-Maoists, Masal unite, drop Prachandapath.
PM Dahal addresses UN General Assembly in New York.
PM Dahal meets UN Secretary General (SG).
PM meets US president George Bush though US has not lifted terrorist tag on Maoists
PM meets Russian and Cuban leaders in New York.
PM Dahal starts five day India visit.
PM Dahal leaves for Beijing Olympics closing ceremony.
Pushpa Kamal Dahal sworn is as Prime Minister, small cabinet announced including Maoist and MJF.
UML-MJF-Maoists announce Common Minimum Programme, NC also floats coalition government sans Maoists.
Four-member delegation headed by Janata Dal (United) leader and chairman of Indo-Nepal Parliamentary Forum, Sarad Yadav, arrives in Kathmandu.
Maoists decide to lead coalition government
Dr Ram Baran Yadav elected first president of Nepal. Maoists decide not to join government.
Maoist ministers resign from Koirala-led interim government.
With the initiative of the Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ) and local residents, the burial place of Dekendra Thapa, a journalist slain by the Maoists is found in Dailekh district. The Maoists, then underground, killed Thapa, reporter of the state-own Radio Nepal in 2004.
Maoists decide to give up claim for the post of president, saying that the first president of republican Nepal should be chosen from the civil society.
Maoists elect Pushpa Kamal Dahal as parliamentary party leader.
Maoists suspend Bibidh from the position of commander of third division of People's Liberation Army (PLA) for his involvement in the murder of Koteshwore based businessman Ramhari Shrestha.
Maoists stake claim on government leadership.
Election results under proportional representation out: Maoist bag 100 seats, NC 73 and UML 70.
Votes count under first past the post system over, Maoists bag 120 seats, NC 37 and UML 33.
Polls day: EC said 60 percent voted.
Seven Maoist cadres killed in Dang.
Large number of PLA members leaves cantonments ahead of polls over the month
Maoist cadre Ganga Bahadur Bhujel killed in Solukhumbu.
Two Maoist cadres killed in Rolpa.
Maoists claim it has returned all land and properties seized during the conflict period in Dolpa district to their rightful owners.
Maoists resurrect parallel government.
Maoists pledge to return the land and houses seized by the party during the decade-long insurgency.
Maoists slam army chief’s remarks that politically indoctrinated combatants would not be integrated into the army.
|Prachanda indoctrinates PLA members in Shaktikhor how to capture state power. The video footage was later leaked out.|
Maoists re-join the government.
Seven parties agree for federal republic to a motion registered by Maoists on October 10.
Maoists quit government.
Maoist ministers reject NA security guards.
Terai based armed groups kill many Maoist cadres in a series of events.
Maoists register as political party at the election commission.
|29 people killed in Gaur massacre in clashes between Maoists and MJF.|
|Maoist cadres seize 13 trucks of Nepal Army for two and half hours in Rajahar area of Nawalparasi on suspicion that weapons were being ferried.|
|Second round of arms registration begins.|
|Interim cabinet announced, Maoists join government.|
|UNMIN completes first phase of army verification. Maoists have 30,852 combatants and 3428 weapons|
|Interim legislature-parliament endorses interim constitution.|
|Interim parliament formed. Maoists given 83 seats.|
|Maoists announce dissolution of all their parallel government structures.|
Mohan Baidya and C. P. Gajurel released from Indian jails.
Government, Maoists sign arms management accord.
Maoist and Seven Party Alliance (SPA) sign Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA)
Maoists control ten Nepal Army (NA) vehicles on the Mahendra Highway in Sarlahi district for nearly five hours on suspicion that the vehicles might be carrying weapons.
Maoists extend ceasefire by three months
Indian police re-arrest senior Maoist leader C. P. Gajurel immediately after he was released from Madras central jail upon serving three-year-long sentence.
|Maoist PLA begins gathering. Set up first camp in east.|
|Maoists extend ceasefire by three months|
|First summit talks held between Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’, Dr Baburam and PM Girija Prasad Koirala at Baluwatar. Prachanda goes public.|
|Government frees 124 Maoist detainees|
|Home Minister Sitaula, top Maoist leaders hold talks in Kaski.|
|Maoists talks team arrive Kathmandu.|
|Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala tables a “historic” proposal before the House of Representatives depriving King of all the privileges enjoyed by him and declares the reinstated House as “supreme.” The House endorses the proposal.|
|Maoists constitute a three-member negotiation team to hold talks with the government. Negotiation team includes Krishna Bahadur Mahara, Dina Nath Sharma and Dev Gurung.|
|Maoists declare six month ceasefire.|
|King Gyanendra steps down after Jana Andolan II|