The former Nepal prime minister, who is also the chairman of opposition party CPN-UML, vowed to 'take back' Indian territories of Kalapani, Limpiyadhura and Lipulekh if he returns to power
Sher Bahadur Deuba takes oath as Nepal PM: The Nepalese prime minister Sher Bahadur Deuba shares a warm relationship with India and has on numerous occasions spoken publicly about it
Oli will head a minority government as he does not enjoy a majority in Parliament after losing the vote of confidence on Monday
After losing the vote of confidence, Oli is automatically removed from his post. Now the new coalition government will be formed as per the constitutional process, said a senior Nepali Congress leader Prakash Man Singh
As Nepal reported an all-time high of 7,448 daily cases, PM KP Oli called for help with vaccines, diagnostic equipment and kits, oxygen and critical care medicines
The nationwide general strike in Nepal was called on behalf of a faction of the ruling Communist Party by Pushpa Kamal Dahal, who helped KP Sharma Oli come to power in 2018, but has since become a critic
Nepal plunged into a political crisis on 20 December after Oli, in a surprise move, dissolved the Parliament
India’s 'strategic inaction’ might be best policy as China ties itself up in knots trying to untangle Nepal’s mess
The grammar of chaos and anarchy that dominates the multi-party democratic system in Nepal is seemingly getting the better of Beijing’s carefully constructed plans.
Nepal crisis: Ready to forget everything if KP Oli accepts mistakes, says chairman of Prachanda-led NCP faction
Madhav Nepal made the remarks while addressing a massive protest rally organised by his faction in Kathmandu, which was attended by former prime ministers Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' and Jhala Nath Khanal
The development comes after the Chinese ambassador in Nepal Hou Yanqi held a series of meetings with Nepal president Bidya Devi Bhandari and top leaders of the NCP, including Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' and Madhav Nepal, who has replaced Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli as chairman of the party
Nepal political crisis: Constitutional bench set to hear over dozen petitions challenging KP Oli's move to dissolve Parliament
Nepal plunged into a political crisis after President Bidya Devi Bhandari dissolved the Parliament and announced dates for mid-term elections at the recommendation of prime minister KP Oli on Sunday, sparking protests from a section of the ruling party and various opposition parties, including Nepali Congress
With China keeping no secret about its influence on Nepal politicians, India is unlikely to hold back in ensuring Kathmandu remains an ally and part of its sphere of influence.
His move comes amid a power tussle with ex-PM Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda. On Saturday, he met the ruling Nepal Communist Party's top leadership and ministers
Reconstruction of earthquake-affected houses and operationalisation of a cross-border petroleum products pipeline were among the projects discussed
KP Oli's 'undiplomatic, irritating' comments against India were a mistake, says Nepal's ruling party
The Nepal prime minister, who is facing mounting pressure to resign, alleged that India was conspiring with his political rivals to throw him out of power last month
Oli and party executive chairperson Pushpa Prachanda reportedly need more time for informal consultations to sort out their differences
The meeting was pushed to Sunday to give more time to Oli and the faction led by Pushpa Kamal Dahal to sort out their differences
Nepal issues clarification on KP Oli's remarks about Ayodhya, claims he 'highlighted need for further research'
Speaking at an event in Kathmandu, Oli had blamed India for cultural encroachment by 'creating a fake Ayodhya.'
Real Ayodhya is in Nepal, Lord Ram was Nepali, says KP Oli, accuses India of 'cultural encroachment'
'Although real Ayodhya lies at Thori, city in the west of Birgunj, India has claimed that Lord Rama was born there' KP Oli said.
Nepal's ruling party meet to decide PM KP Oli's future deferred for fourth time, will be held on 10 July
Nepal prime minister's press advisor Surya Thapa announced that the meeting was postponed from Wednesday to Friday. The reason for the postponement for a fourth time was not revealed.