Nepal Foreign Affairs (KATHMANDU, July 31) – When Nepal’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs published a statement welcoming Iran Nuclear Deal, famously known as the Iran Deal, one comment heard across the board the was that it was irrelevant for Nepal, and that… More
By Ramesh Nath Pandey – The “Treaty on Deepening Military Trust in Border Regions” signed in April 1996 with a limited objective between China, Russia and Four countries of central Asia -Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic & Uzbekistan signaled a shift in trend… More
By Yubaraj Ghimire – Nepal’s leaders need to be reminded that only a full national reconciliation will create the right atmosphere for the new constitution.
The four-party alliance that signed a deal on June 8 to bring in the constitution at any cost at the earliest, may have missed the deadline, but is determined to do all the formalities symbolically and deliver the statute soon.
BY PRANAB KHAREL As the process of drafting a constitution through the Constituent Assembly (CA) draws to a close, it is probably timely to reassess the role India has played in the decade old transition. To begin with India remained the external… More
By Mohan Krishna Shrestha – The International Conference on Nepal’s Reconstruction was held on 25 June 2015. The conference hosted by the Government of Nepal, exactly after two months of the devastating earthquake, was timely and well-planned. Among the heads of… More
By Gopal Thapa (KATHMANDU, July 5) – In my piece below, I must confess, there is nothing new I am saying. Everything is picked from different sources and pieced-together, with little bit of streamlining and fine-tuning. I was tempted to contribute this… More
By Buddhi Narayan Shrestha – According to the joint statement issued on May 15 in Beijing during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to China, the two countries have agreed to expand border trade through Lipu-Lekh Pass. The 28th point of… More
By Gopal Bahadur Thapa– The June 25, one-day International Conference for Reconstruction of Nepal, (ICRN) has concluded. The message emanating from it is seemingly one of optimism. The Conference was significant for Nepal in many ways. First, it proved loud and clear… More
By Tika P Dhakal(KATHMANDU, June 25) – The International Conference on Nepal’s Reconstruction on June 25 has reaffirmed that Nepal is not alone in its struggle for rebuilding the country after the disastrous earthquakes. Early promulgation of the new constitution, and spending… More
By Dr. Shambhu Ram Simkhada (KATHMANDU, June 24) – Four of us, two Nepalese, one Chinese and a German were on the fourth “T” of the Gokarna golf course near the famous Budhanath Stupa in Kathmandu valley. It was my turn to T… More
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