Tag: Nepal-India relationship

Indian police arrest top GJM leaders


DARJEELING: Two top Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) leaders, including an executive member of Gorkha Territorial Administration (GTA), were arrested on Thursday here in connection with

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India to build library building for Nepal Academy

KATHMANDU: India has pledged to build a library building for Nepal Academy. Jayant Prasad, the Indian ambassador to Nepal,  made the announcement in Kathmandu while speaking at a program organized

Maoist and Congress demand clarification & compensation from India for Darchula floods

KATHMANDU: UCPN Maoist and Nepali Congress has suggested the Khilaraj Regmi government to seek clarification from India over the recent floods in Mahakali River. Maoist Chairman Puspa Kamal Dahal and

Nepal-India secretary-level meeting kicks off in Kathmandu

KATHMANDU: The Nepal-India Home Secretarial-level meeting has kicked off in the capital today. The talks would focus on the issues of cross-border criminal activities and security situation of the two

Umresh retorts back, says not an Indian power broker

KATHMANDU: Former Member of Parliament and Nepali Congress leader Umresh Singh has claimed that he is not an Indian power broker. Retorting back at recent claims that labeled Singh as

India to provide Rs 640m for different projects

KATHMANDU: The Government of India has provided Rs 640 million for 425 small and big projects in education, health and infrastructure development as per Nepal-India Economic Cooperation Program across the

Indian leaders arriving Nepal just ahead of parties’ bid to form CJ-headed government

KATHMANDU:  Just ahead of the CJ-led government formation in Nepal, some Indian influential leaders are coming Nepal today to hold parleys about Nepal’s ongoing political deadlock and prospects of fresh

Indian government provides 20 ambulances to different organizations in Nepal on 64th Republic Day

KATHMANDU: On the occasion of the 64th Republic Day of Indian, the government of India has gifted 20 ambulances and four buses to various hospitals, non-profit charitable organizations and educational

CPN Maoist supremo hints at relaxing relationship with India

KATHMANDU: The CPN Maoist has announced plans to revise its 70 point demand submitted to the government in a bid to maintain good relationship with India. Chairman of the party