Chinese president Xi Jinping, who is the first Chinese president to visit Nepal in 23 years, spent 23 hours and issued a 20-point joint statement before returning home. As in the past, the leaders of the two countries have repeated their words relating to historic and cultural ties as well as respect to sovereignty and connectivity through Himalayas. However, Chinese President Xi has also repeated security of Tibet. For this, Nepali leaders have firmly repeated their commitments to one China policy and not allowing Nepal’s soil to be used against China. This shows the limitations of Nepal and China in their relations.
By A Correspondent Oct 24, 2019
This deep social bankruptcy is a huge bankruptcy of democracy. Our democracy is seriously wounded and bleeds with the suffering of the impoverished. These policies are modifying the social model to continue distributing the social wealth in favor of a minority and against the poor.
By Deepak Raj Joshi Aug 25, 2019