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.
Some Nepalese leaders, unhappy with Modi’s new approach, are preparing to raise the ‘ek madhes, ek pradesh’ demand.
The two leaders discussed various facets of longstanding mutual relations and issues of common interest.
Koirala himself will be present at the airport to welcome Prime Minister Modi.
Koirala, a heavy smoker, had been diagnosed with tongue cancer seven years ago and was cured.
When courts protect the interests of a government, not individual rights.
How supportive will Modi’s government be of the process of change that currently lacks direction and consensus?
Responding to how his secular party will match BJP’s right-wing ideology, Koirala said Nepal “would adopt a pragmatic view” if the issue ever cropped up.
India, no doubt, is a big influence on Nepal’s development and politics.
Tanakpur returns to trouble another Koirala.
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