Sushil Koirala

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No convergence

Some Nepalese leaders, unhappy with Modi’s new approach, are preparing to raise the ‘ek madhes, ek pradesh’ demand.


PM Modi meets Koirala, discusses ways to boost bilateral ties

The two leaders discussed various facets of longstanding mutual relations and issues of common interest.


Sushil Koirala to break protocol to receive Narendra Modi at airport

Koirala himself will be present at the airport to welcome Prime Minister Modi.


Nepal PM Sushil Koirala has first stage lung cancer

Koirala, a heavy smoker, had been diagnosed with tongue cancer seven years ago and was cured.


Judicial authoritarianism

When courts protect the interests of a government, not individual rights.


Kathmandu wonders

How supportive will Modi’s government be of the process of change that currently lacks direction and consensus?

Koirala nephew: Modi good for China ties, can put Nepal back on Silk Route

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.


Nextdoor Nepal: Last minute gesture

India, no doubt, is a big influence on Nepal’s development and politics.


Himalayan vulnerability

Tanakpur returns to trouble another Koirala.


Broken from the start

It is already evident that Sushil Koirala’s days as prime minister will not be easy

A PM for Nepal

Koirala’s election ends weeks of confusion. He must focus on restoring stability, delivering the constitution.

Delhi confidential: Koirala’s India link

Sushil Koirala was among those involved in planning the exercise and was arrested from Delhi.

The Parliament of Nepal elected Koirala, 75, as the Prime Minister today. (PTI)

Sushil Koirala isnew Nepal Prime Minister, says constitution his priority

Koirala said he will make every attempt to strengthen Nepal’s relations with two immediate neighbours India and China.

The Parliament of Nepal will elect Koirala, 75, as prime minister on Monday. (PTI)

Sushil Koirala set to become next Prime Minister of Nepal

The CPN-UML has 173 seats in the 601- member Constituent Assembly which means Koirala can easily get a simple majority in votes.


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