Although Millennium Challenge Cooperation (MCC) grant assistance is crucial to build high voltage energy expansion and distribution infrastructure in Nepal, the politburo meeting of ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP), which takes a soft stand on loan projects under Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), put the ratification of the grant project under uncertainty. Signed by Nepal during the first tenure of Prime Minister and co-chair of NCP K. P. Sharma Oli, second co-chair of the party Pushpa Kamal Dahal has raised questions on the agreement
By Keshab Poudel Jan 05, 2020
The Government of India came to be the arbiter of the 1950-51 revolution, because of King Tribhuvan's immaturity in taking refuge at the Indian embassy in Kathmandu without consulting the Nepali Congress
By Dr. Bipin Adhikari Jan 04, 2020
The Constitution of Nepal is most progressive, democratic and inclusive in the world. It has incorporated “Rights of Women” as a fundamental right backed by independent judicial and other institutions.
By Chandra Kumar Ghimire Dec 06, 2019
On November 24-26, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Nepal Pradeep Kumar Gyawali paid a working visit to Moscow at the invitation of Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov. During their talks on November 25, the top diplomats discussed bilateral cooperation and the prospects of its development, as well as exchanged their views on current international and regional affairs.
By Sergey Lavrov Dec 05, 2019
With so much of proximity in geography, religion and civilization, some irritants between Nepal and India are inevitable. The recent dispute on Kalapani border is natural in this regard. Everyone loves the country and border. However, the provocative anti-India demonstrations taking place in different parts of Nepal are not in the interest of Nepal
By Keshab Poudel Nov 13, 2019