Sushil Koirala will be missed as Nepal strives to build a consensus on its constitution.
Sushil Koirala spent nearly 11 years in India in exile from 1968 and always had close links with Indian politicians, mainly the socialists.
Manisha Koirala mourned the death of her uncle, Nepal’s former prime minister Sushil Koirala, who was among her “favourite people”.
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An aide to the President told The Indian Express that Koirala’s refusal to resign will not make his position different from a ‘caretaker prime minister’s’.
At least 11 people including 7 policemen were killed and more than 100 injured in a violent clash on Monday in western Nepal’s Kailali district between security personnel and protesters demanding a separate Tharuhat province.
Koirala also invited Modi to visit Nepal on June 25 to address the First Donors’ Conference.
Koirala asked the citizens to inform the government about misuse of the relief aid, black marketing and hoarding for urgent legal action.
Koirala, for his part, has said that his government would do everything possible to help those affected.
Questions of secularism and federalism divide the political spectrum
Shaan’s mother met Nepal PM Sushil Koirala and requested him to bring up the student’s death during the SAARC meeting with Modi
A story of a murder and fast to death roils Nepal.
The demand for referendums on crucial issues is growing in Nepal.
A government official said Nepal agreed to crack down on the radio channels being aired primarily in Terai region.
The meeting is expected to discuss regional issues such as terrorism, drug and human trafficking and cyber crime.