By Jayant Prasad — The long-awaited promulgation of a new Constitution within the next few days in Nepal was expected to be the culmination of its transition to a pluralist democracy. The institutionalisation of the gains of Nepal’s remarkable peace process should… More
By Yubaraj Ghimire – Rajnath Singh is among the BJP’s few top leaders who have kept a close watch on developments in Nepal, occasionally warning that things were not moving in the right direction. Since April 2006, when Kathmandu took the radical path,… More
By Mahabir Paudyal— When “progressives” of all hues interpret Kailali carnage only as an outburst of Tharu anger, when Tharu leaders demonstrate no remorse for gruesome killings of unarmed police and a toddler and yet blame those killed than the killers, when… More
By Wang Yiwei– There’s an old Chinese saying: “If you bond together for profit, when the profits stop the relationship ends. If you bond together for power, when the power stops the relationship ends. Only when you bond together with a true… More
India isn’t the sole decisive influence in Nepal’s internal politics anymore.But what’s imperative is a serious review of the situation. That’s where Modi’s magnanimity and courage could make a big impact.
By Yeshi Choedon August 17, 2015 The reform of UN Security Council is long overdue and serious effort towards it started officially in 1992. The first phase of the effort culminated in the World Summit of 2005, when the high hope of… More
BY SANJAYA BARU, August 19 – Narendra Modi’s ‘Look West’ Policy, unveiled in the India-UAE Joint statement, will succeed because West Asia is ‘looking East’ worried about the emerging strategic instability in its own neighbourhood and the structural shift in the global energy market… More
By Sher Bahadur Deuba – The policy of India to promote cordial ties with countries in the neighborhood has generated a sense of respect and eu-phoria in South Asia. Both Regional and Sub-Regional processes are gaining desired momentum in South Asia.
It is also said that Nepal had tried to join the Forum after 2007-8, but by then the founders, after the entry of Singapore in 2008, had imposed a moratorium. They did not consider Nepal although it had initiated the process one year earlier.
By Gopal Thapa- Nepal-China diplomatic relations have completed six decades of productive journey. Greetings were exchanged between the HoS/HoG of both countries in celebration of the occasion, expressing satisfaction over the bilateral ties of friendship. This is naturally a fitting occasion… More
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