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Fears of violence as Nepal cracks down on Maoist splinter group

  0 comments   |     by Deepak Adhikari on 23, November 2018

CPN leaders say the communist government, which was inaugurated in February, begun a crackdown against them as soon as it took over. Photo: AP A nationwide crackdown by the government of Nepal on a Maoist splinter group has raised fears of violence more than 10 years after the end of an armed communist rebellion. Up to 1

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Indo-Bangla relations and the “termite” problem

  0 comments   |     by Afsan Chowdhury on 22, November 2018

Indian’s ruling party BJP leader Amit Shah has called ‘illegal Bangladeshis’ as “termites” which will be cleaned out from the woodwork of Assam in particular. Its not just the unseemly language coming from a major political leader of the most powerful state around that is disturbing. Its also an indicator of the heightened tension in th

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China pledges RMB 150 million assistance to Nepal Army

  0 comments   |     by SAM Staff on 13, November 2018

China has pledged to provide assistance of RMB 150 million to the Nepalese Army over a period of five years for humanitarian and disaster relief equipment. The Chinese assistance — equivalent to Nepalese Rs. 2.5 billion — was announced during Nepal Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Ishwor Pokhrel’s visit to China. Pokhrel returned to Kathm

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Is it the end of India’s special relationship with Nepal?

  0 comments   |     by Prashant Jha on 25, October 2018

Despite the close linguistic, marital, religious, and, cultural ties, at people to people level between Indians and Nepalese, since late 2015, political issues and border disputes have strained relations between the two countries with anti-Indian sentiment growing amongst the government and people of Nepal. Further because of border disputes between the two countries, a boundary agreement hasn't y

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Reviving Nepal’s independent foreign policy The long political transition

  0 comments   |     by Gaurab Shumsher Thapa on 08, August 2018

The long political transition in Nepal has come to an end with the successful completion of local, provincial and federal elections. A new phase of history beckons Nepal as it has adopted federalism under the new constitution promulgated in 2015. The achievement of economic prosperity has now been prioritized as the prime national agenda. Nepal’s role in inter

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Why India Opposing BRI? India-Japan led Asia-Africa Growth Corridor (AAGC) is Mumbai

  0 comments   |     by Saikat Bhattacharyya on 11, April 2018

India has no economic and geopolitical leverage to counter BRI but India can determine the course of BRI by getting engaged with it while India-Japan led Asia-Africa Growth Corridor (AAGC) is Mumbai centric, BRI is largely Kolkata centric. India must allow more Chinese investments across the Eastern part of India.

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Calls for strong Nepal-Bangladesh ties, connectivity

  0 comments   |     by admin on 10, April 2018

Diplomats, experts and officials have called for maximising trade and investment opportunities by enhancing connectivity between Ne

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China opens dual-use highway to Nepal via Tibet to the Nepal border

  1 comments   |     by PTI ( press Trust of India) on 30, November 2017

BEIJING: China has opened a strategic highway in Tibet to the Nepal border which could be used for civilian and defence purposes, a move that Chinese experts say will enable Beijing to make forays into South Asia, according to a media report on Monday. The 40.4-kilometre highway in Tibet between Xigaze airport and

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China opens strategic highway to Nepal. China has opened a highway in Tibet to the Nepal

  0 comments   |     by Zee Media on 17, October 2017

China has opened a highway in Tibet to the Nepal border that runs parallel with the Xigaze-Lhasa railway that hs the potential to be used for military purposes Beijing: China has opened a strategic highway in Tibet to the Nepal border which could be used for civilian and defence purposes. The 40.4-kilometre highway in Tibet between Xigaze airport and Xigaze city centre official

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Donald Trump's lack of understanding of the tension between India and Pakistan

  0 comments   |     by Abhishek Parajuli on 31, August 2017

Donald Trump's lack of understanding of the tension between India and Pakistan risks destabilising the region Trump's speech, which asked India to ‘help more’ with Afghanistan, amounted to calling for calm while also setting the house on fire Abhishek Para

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