Tag: kathmandu

Kathmandu witnesses hectic lobbying for Cabinet berths in Deuba govt

Nepal’s politics has been marked by hectic lobbying for Cabinet berths just over a week after Sher Bahadur Deuba’s anointment as the Prime Minister. This...

Uttarakhand: Massive rockslide melted ice and triggered Chamoli flood, says new report

(This story originally appeared in on Mar 06, 2021) NEW DELHI: A flash flood in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand that ravaged through the valleys of...

Nepal: We never compare our relationship with our friends: Gyawali on relations with India and China

New Delhi: Nepal’s Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali on Friday tried to maintain equidistant from India and China and claimed that Kathmandu has always maintained...

Chinese official behind communist unity making desperate efforts to prevent Oli-Prachanda split

Guo Yezhou Vice-minister in the International Department of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) who met Nepal’s President and the PM on Sunday and the premier’s...

Indian Foreign Secy meets Nepal PM to further political & development partnership

Indian Foreign Secretary on Thursday called on Nepal’s PM KP Sharma Oli, which included a one-on-one meeting, eyeing to further the unique political relationship and...

Nepal withdraws textbook which includes contentious border map with India

NEW DELHI: Nepal has withdrawn a school textbook which included a contentious map of border areas with India that it earlier showed as part of...

Want to push for continued advancement of China-Nepal ties: President Xi Jinping

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday said he wants to push for a continued advancement of ties with Nepal amidst Beijing‘s sustained forays to shore...

India watches as KP Oli faces ‘revolt’

NEW DELHI: After the initial hostility over Nepal’s new map, the government has adopted, for now, a more sedate approach to the neighbour, not least...

India watches as KP Oli faces ‘revolt’ | India News

NEW DELHI: After the initial hostility over Nepal’s new map, the government has adopted, for now, a more sedate approach to the neighbour, not least...