January 11: CA polls to be held in a single phase.
January 21: Samyukta Madhesi Tigers detonated seven bombs in Saptari district.
January 23: The TMDP and United Madhesi Front (MJF and SP) agree to jointly launch protest programmes. UMF begins stir in the Tarai.
January 26: UMF agitation starts over non-implementation of 22-point charter of demands, which was signed between the government and MJF.
February 9: UDMF formed
February 16: The Nepal Sadbhawna Party (Anandi) quits the SPA government, alleging the latter ignored Madhesi demands.
February 28: The government signed an eight-point agreement with the UDMF.
March 21: The government invites the armed outfits in the Tarai for a dialogue.
April 10: CA polls held in a peaceful manner across the nation.
June 26: Madhesi parties demonstrate in the rostrum over the Fifth Amendment Bill.
July 9: Madhesi parties boycott the tabling of Fifth Amendment Bill in legislature-parliament.
July 13: Madhesi parties abstain during the voting of the Fifth Amendment Bill.
July 17: Maoist candidate Ram Raja Prasad Singh, NC nominee Dr Ram Baran Yadav and UML’s choice Ram Prit Paswan file nomination for the post of president.
July 21: Dr Ram Baran Yadav and Parmanand Jha become the nation’s first president and the vice-president, respectively. The duo is the first Madhesis to assume the highest offices.
August 22: The MJF,the largest Madhesi party, joins the Maoist-led government.
August 30: Tarai Army chief Mr John killed in police action. He was the first head of an armed outfit to be killed in an encounter.
December 1: TMDP submits a charter of 11-point demand to the PM.
December 11: The government holds dialogue with Madhesi Virus Killers (MVK), an armed Tarai group, and reach a four-point preliminary agreement. The MVK is the first outfit to hold peace talks with the government.
December 19: The TMDP announces launch of nationwide protest programmes from January.