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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting Nepal for the third time since he assumed office in 2014. His 2014 visit was taken as an

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The real reason behind Indian PM Modi’s trip to Nepal this week

Within a month after Prime Minister K P Oli’s visit to Delhi, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to Nepal for a reciprocal two-day visit on May 11. The prime

Why British never colonized Nepal

When the British East India Company, led by Robert Clive, defeated the Nawab of Bengal and his French allies in the war of Plassey in 1757, it consolidated its position

Open Door Policy opening up China and the world for development

Discourses on the development and prosperity of China after its adoption of the "open door policy" are rife in China. According to the analysis of experts, the open policy that

Testing times

At a glance, the gains are splendid. But sustaining them mostly depends on the will power of these two leaders and on otherwise unknown diplomatic and bureaucratic order. Before getting

2074 BS: An Election Year and a year of political ups and downs

The Nepali year 2075 BS (April 14, 2017 t0 April 13, 2018) has set its record as the year hosting the maximum and significant elections in nation's history. The year

Turning point

Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli is in New Delhi on a three-day state visit. His major agendas are centered on economic development, progress and prosperity. His first foreign visit

PM’s India visit should focus on addressing border and inundation issues

People living close to the Nepal-India international border have suggested that Prime Minister's upcoming visit should be focused on addressing the border and inundation problems.

President Bhandari’s oath from sacked CJ Parajuli-valid or invalid?

President Bidya Devi Bhandari took oath of office and secrecy from Chief Justice Gopal Parajuli on Wednesday. But, moments earlier the oath taking ceremony took place at Sital Niwas, Secretary

Renaissance in Nepali Congress: How is it possible?

A week back, media reported that the meeting of the Nepali Congress witnessed exchange of heated words among senior leaders over why the party failed to perform well in the