The state affairs committee of parliament asked the government to clarify if Modi was going to address public rallies.
We have a tradition of visiting dignitaries being felicitated and their addressing public, said Dinesh Bhattarai.
Netra Bikram Chand warned he would soon launch an ‘armed struggle’ to take the erstwhile revolution to its ‘logical conclusion’.
Beijing wants a secure environment for its investments and an extradition treaty.
At least 41 people were killed last week when a blizzard and avalanches swept the mountains of the Annapurna region in northern Nepal.
The dead from the blizzards and avalanches included foreign trekkers, local guides and villagers.
Sixteen people, nine Nepalese, three Polish, three Israelis and one Vietnamese were killed and as many as 19 others were injured.
Prachanda stepping in to take charge of the peace process does not inject any fresh hope.
A story of a murder and fast to death roils Nepal.
Anil’s wife told the police that she was alone when the incident took place around 2.30 pm.
Since June, Jitu Rai has won gold medals at World Cup, Commonwealth Games and World Championship.
A Joint Working Group led by the surveyor generals of both the countries are also meeting in Kathmandu.
Some Nepalese leaders, unhappy with Modi’s new approach, are preparing to raise the ‘ek madhes, ek pradesh’ demand.
Strife and modernity collide elegantly in Pakistani TV shows.
If Nepal’s former radicals persist with the democratic path, will their Indian counterparts shun violence?