Nepal
Nepal Communist Party’s top panel met at PM Oli’s house. He was AWOL

The standing committee meetings were initially scheduled to begin on May 7 but PM Oli, who is severely short of support within the 44-member panel, had put them off.

Nepal’s parliament approves map that includes Indian territory, president assent next

Nepal’s upper house on Thursday unanimously cleared a constitutional amendment bill to reflect its new map in the national emblem, a move that is seen to virtually make the boundary row a permanent irritant in relations between Kathmandu and New Delhi. The bill garnered 57 votes in its support and none against.

Nepal-India Ties Shouldn’t Deteriorate; China No Substitute To India: Senior Nepali Economist

Nepal-India relationship should not deteriorate over the border row as the landlocked country is dependent on its southern neighbour for all the essential items and it would be unwise to consider China as an "alternative", a leading Nepali economist said on Monday.

Nepal PM Oli on Kalapani issue: Get back land occupied by India

Nepal's Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli has said that his government will seek a solution to the Kalapani issue through diplomatic efforts and dialogue on the basis of historical facts and documents.

Manisha Koirala brings in China to support new Nepal map.Gov Swaraj tells her a story
Swaraj Kaushal, criminal lawyer and husband of former External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, responded to Manisha Koirala in a series of cutting tweets after Koirala's favourable reaction to Nepal's new political map amid its border dispute with India. Kaushal, the former Governor of Mizoram, reminded Manisha of the bond between India and Nepal, and why she should not have brought in China.
Nepal PM Oli’s new map tactic had three key objectives. China is the common factor

Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s move to release a new political map this week and escalate tensions with New Delhi was designed to consolidate his loosening grip on the party and government, people familiar with the development said on Saturday.

INDO-NEPAL BOUNDARY DISPUTE: "Will bring back Nepal's territory," says Nepal PM. Releases New Maps.

Nepal Prime Minister K P Oli has reiterated that the Kalapani-Limpiadhura-Lipulek area in the trijunction of Nepal-India and China (Tibet) will be brought back within Nepal’s map at any cost.


Prime Minister Oli said with the approval of the new map by the Cabinet, “we will now be relentlessly engaging to realise those area back through diplomacy”.
Nepal alleges encroachment by India. Summons India Ambassador. Objects to Kailash Mansarovar link-road inauguration

Nepal’s foreign minister has held a meeting with India’s ambassador, three days after Defense Minister Rajnath Singh inaugurated a new route for the Kailash Mansarovar yatra via the Lipulekh pass, which Kathmandu claims is part of its territory. Nepal claims the link road inaugurated via Lipulekh pass is a breach of agreement between the two countries.

Ganesh Kar’s Grand NACHA Design Raises The Bar

CHICAGO - At Chhattisgarh NRIs’ maiden US convention, their President Ganesh Kar spread out a grand-plan that weaves them into the most empowered, and a ‘step-ahead-of-others’ community. Addressing the Chhattisgarh expatriates—who had congregated in Chicago under the NACHA-banner—Ganesh Kar termed NACHA as the “parent of all Chhattisgarh associations.” The NACHA has just recently been instituted at the initiative of Ganesh Kar.

PM Narenda Modi 95-minute interview in 2019

In his first interview of 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke on a variety of issues ranging from surgical strikes to demonetisation, and from the Ram temple issue to that of triple talaq and Sabarimala protests.

200 Indian pilgrims stranded in Nepal due to bad weather

 Around 200 Indians on their way back home after the Kailash-Mansarovar pilgrimage in Tibet are stranded in Nepal’s Humla district due to bad weather, Indian Embassy said here on Sunday.

‘We need to respect people from the smaller countries like Nepal’

A few years ago when i had gone to Kathmandu in the aftermath of King Gyanendra's declaration of a state of emergency in the Himalayan nation, an Indian diplomat posted at our embassy there told me how the first thing he advises new joinees is to remember that Nepal is a sovereign, independent country and not New Delhi's colony in the mountains.

People fleeing Kathmandu, by bus and on foot to reach their villages

Tens of thousands of people are making torturous, impossibly brave and, in some cases, futile journeys back home to the countryside from cities and towns they'd come to eke out a living.

Nepal villages cut off, people dying slow death

 Villagers are dying a slow death in many parts of Barpak and Gurkha regions — the quake's epicenter — which are completely cut off.Quake-induced landslides have wiped out long strethches of roads and most villages have no space to land choppers.??In these villages, there is no rescue, only relief effort. Indian Air Force choppers hover over the villages, dropping food, tents and blankets as rescue work is impossible without helipads or roads. ??On Wednesday an IAF chopper made sorties over a village in Barpak— its 100-odd houses completely flattened by the quake.