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Modi on Monday said that in the ongoing situation in the world, the friendship between India and Nepal is set to benefit the entire humanity
Modi in Nepal: PM lays foundation stone for India International Centre for Buddhist Culture and Heritage in Lumbini
The centre is being built at the initiative of the International Buddhist Confederation, New Delhi and once completed, it will be a world-class facility welcoming pilgrims and tourists from all over the world to enjoy the essence of spiritual aspects of Buddhism
PM Modi holds talks with Nepal's Sher Bahadur Deuba in Lumbini, discusses ways to develop new areas of bilateral partnership
Ahead of his visit, PM Modi said that his visit to Nepal is intended to further deepen the 'time-honoured' linkages between the two countries, adding both sides will continue to build on the shared understanding to expand ties in multiple areas, including hydropower and connectivity
This will be Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first visit to Lumbini, the birthplace of Gautam Buddha, and his fifth to Nepal since coming to power in 2014. Besides the religious significance of the trip on Buddha Purnima, developmental issues in sectors related to culture, education and hydropower will also be discussed
The Indian External Affairs Minister said Deuba's visit will further strengthen the close neighborly India-Nepal relations. Deuba will meet PM Narendra Modi on 2 April
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Nepal counterpart will jointly inaugurate the 35-km Jaynagar-Kurtha railway service between the two countries from Hyderabad House in New Delhi
The meeting between Modi and Sher Bahadur Deuba took place after the former launched the Initiative for the Resilient Island States (IRIS) for developing infrastructure of small island nations
Earlier this year, Nepal came out with a new map showing Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura as its territories. India reacted sharply, calling it a "unilateral act" and cautioned Kathmandu against an "artificial enlargement" of territorial claims
R&AW chief's 'covert' visit to Nepal PM creates stir; Oppn diss KP Sharma Oli, calls move improper, objectionable
R&W chief chief Samant Kumar Goel's late night visit comes on the heels of a controversial cabinet reshuffle in Nepal which left the ruling NCP more divided than before
This was the first high-level contact after ties between the two countries came under severe strain following issuance of a new political map by the Himalayan nation in May
Nepalese migrant labourers working in Himachal Pradesh's apple orchards battle twin crises of strained ties, COVID-19 lockdown
Some of the labourers are returning amid the rumours that Nepal could close its border for those living outside of the country. The rumours are enough to compel them to head home amid reports of strained relations between two nations.
India-Nepal ties: New Delhi must show strategic patience, ramp up regional integration game to thwart China’s influence
India has expressed disappointment over Nepal pulling out of the BIMSTEC military exercise, which began on Monday.
Nepal polls 2017: As Communists rise to power, India's 'big brother' attitude only alienated the Nepalis
Three and a half years later, the "neighbourhood first" is now under scrutiny. Courtesy: Nepal.
Nepal will never allow any activity against friendly neighbour India, says Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba
Nepal on Thursday assured New Delhi it would not allow any activity against India, as the two sides signed eight pacts
President Pranab Mukherjee’s visit to Kathmandu, the first by an Indian head of state in 18 years, has been declared a public holiday in Nepal.