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Jul 24, 2016
KP Oli resigns as Nepal PM, says he's being punished for doing good workNepal's embattled Prime Minister KP Oli has accused opponents of hatching a conspiracy against his government by tabling a no-trust motion and said he is being punished for the "good work" he has done to improve relations with India and China
Feb 09, 2016
Former Nepal PM Sushil Koirala passes away at 79; Modi condoles loss of 'valued friend'Former Prime Minister of Nepal and Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala passed away due to Pneumonia at his residence early on Tuesday. He was 79.
Dec 20, 2015
Nepal blockade: Madhesis, opposition agree to 'quickly' resolve political crisisNepal's main opposition party Nepali Congress and the agitating group of Indian-origin Madhesis have agreed to quickly resolve the current political crisis due to the ongoing blockade.
Jul 24, 2014
India to launch power development pact with Nepal to reassert influenceIndia is set to offer Nepal a landmark pact to help develop its huge hydro-electric power potential.
May 18, 2014
Nepalese leaders hope Modi government deepens bilateral tiesSenior Nepalese leaders today expressed hope that India's Nepal policy would not change after the formation of a new government and bilateral ties will further deepen under Narendra Modi's leadership.
Nov 28, 2013
Nepali Congress emerges largest party, wins 105 seatsAs the counting of votes under the proportionate voting system concluded, Nepali Congress headed by Sushil Koirala has secured has secured 24,21,252 votes out of a total of 93,77,519 valid votes.
Nov 22, 2012
Ready to make any sacrifice for national consensus: Nepal PMThe Prime Minister called political parties to forge cooperation and collaboration saying that he is ready to make any sacrifice to end the current deadlock.
May 06, 2012
Nepal PM forms new national unity govt in NepalNepal's Premier Baburam Bhattarai has formed a new national unity government, inducting 12 ministers — most of them from main opposition parties — as part of a negotiated effort to quell political tumult in the country.