. By Express News Service (November 3, 2015 ) – Less than a year ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Neighbourhood First policy was being hailed as a radical new breakthrough. It
By Tunku Varadarajan (November 1, 2015) – Now, after an unseemly and hamfisted attempt to interfere in Nepal’s internal constitutional affairs, India’s de facto denial to the Nepalese of essential supplies of
Written by Yubaraj Ghimire ( KATHMANDU, October 14, 2015) – Flying to Kathmandu from eastern Nepal’s Jhapa district on Sunday, 89-year-old Mohan Prasad Oli felt confident that his son K P Oli
By C. Raja Mohan (October 13, 2015) – External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s visit to Maldives over the weekend hopefully signals a much needed course correction in New Delhi’s neighbourhood policy.
By Jivesh Jha– With the Indian establishment intensified its’ strong arm-tactic on Kathmandu politics, citing the dissatisfaction over certain provisions of the recently promulgated new Constitution, Sadhbavna Party (SP) Chairman
By Jyoti Malhotra (Sept. 29, 2015) – It is a wonder to see Prime Minister Narendra Modi call the big boys of Silicon Valley by their first names — Sundar, Satya,
By Pranay Sharma – Nepal goes ‘secular’. But India fumes at the constitution’s ‘unfair’ federal structure. India’s Tasks In Nepal Take steps to bring violence and instability in Nepal to an end
BY M.K. BHADRAKUMAR (Sept. 24, 2015) – A country that refuses to learn from past mistakes is fated to remain on the learning curve. This is India’s misfortune. The Indian mistake today in
By Yubaraj Ghimire – It took seven years, two Constituent Assemblies, and the draining of an estimated Rs 150 billion from the state exchequer for the promulgation of Nepal’s constitution.
Would the Nepalese people see nations like Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and the Maldives, whose constitutions accord a special status to Islam, as their role models? Are these nations peaceful? How
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