Nepal's incoming communist govt has ominous portents for India; patronising attitude must be shed to offset Chinese influence
In political terms, India must shed its reservations and befriend the communists in Nepal wholeheartedly. It is time it reconciled with ground realities.
Nepal PM Sher Bahadur Deuba calls India visit 'successful', slams Opposition for 'unwarranted comments'
Nepalese prime minister Sher Bahadur Deuba on Monday described his recent state visit to India as "successful" and criticised the Opposition for making "unwarranted comments" on his talks with the Indian leaders.
Nepal's agitating Madhesi parties have agreed to participate in the second phase of local-level elections to be held on Wednesday, the government said.
The bilateral relationships reached its lowest ebb when the Nepalese media and ruling party leaders accused India of trying to overthrow the Oli government in May 2016.
Nepalese Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' held talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi who described the bilateral relationship as "time-tested and unique".
Having replaced KP Oli of the CPN-UML, Prachanda faces the uphill task of internal peace and constitutional implementation whilst having to reset and recalibrate the topsy-turvy India-Nepal ties
The four day state visit of Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal or Prachanda (as he is popularly known) to Delhi , is an opportunity for both India and Nepal to reboot ties severely damaged by the agitation over the new Republican Constitution unveiled last September
Nepal Maoist chief Pushpa Kamal Dahal "Prachanda" is all set to become the Prime Minister for the second time as he filed his nomination on Tuesday after receiving crucial backing from the agitating Madhesis by signing a three-point pact.
Nepal is all set to elect its new Prime Minister based on majority votes as the deadline given by President Bidhya Devi Bhandari for formation of a new government based on consensus expired on Sunday.
For a Prime Minister who’s neighbours-first foreign policy mantra won him enormous goodwill, Narendra Modi has failed to live up to his promise.
Rejecting Nepal government's fresh call for talks, the agitating Madhesi Front on Thursday asked the ruling coalition to create a "conducive atmosphere"
The violent protests by the Madhesis in the southern plains and along the Nepal-India border hit supplies of fuel and essential commodities from India.
The agreement was signed during a visit by Nepal's Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli to Beijing
Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Sunday said his visit to India was very successful and his government was ready to address any genuine problems concerning the Constitution
India and Nepal's relationship will depend on whether Nepal finally gives the Madhesis and other minorities full and equal citizenship as is their due.
Nepal has formed a political committee to resolve the prickly issue of delineation of provinces under the new Constitution as part of government's efforts to achieve reconciliation with the Madhesis.
Nepal prime minister KP Oli will make his India his first foreign destination as Prime Minister of Nepal on Friday, when he arrives in New Delhi on a six-day visit. While arguably not quite as high-profile as some of the other recent visits to India by foreign leaders, Oli’s is a significant one.
US Deputy Secretary of State Antony J Blinken has querried Nepalese Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli about the constitution amendment proposals tabled in parliament, the authorities here said
The agitating Madhesi Morcha, an alliance of four regional parties of southern Nepal demanding amendment to the country's statute, has split.
China on Friday said Nepal should not become a "boxing arena" between India and China vying for influence in the Himalayan nation even as it called on New Delhi to treat Kathmandu as an equal partner.