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India gifts 30 ambulances, 6 buses to Nepal on Republic Day

India's Ambassador to Nepal Manjeev Singh Puri handed over keys of the ambulances and buses to the recipient organisations amidst celebrations in Indian Embassy premises, Katmandu on Saturday.

First India-Nepal passenger train on broad gauge to make first run in December

An immigration check-post is likely to be established at Jayanagar station manned by either the Bureau of Immigration or the state government.

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Indians top among foreigners visiting Nepal in first half of 2018: report

"The latest data shows that 96,372 Indian tourists visited Nepal in the period while the number of Chinese was 71,379. The number of tourists from the US was 43,816, while the number of Japanese tourists stood at 13, 851," the Himalayan Times reported.

Nepal does not play games with India, China for political gains: PM Oli

Oli, who returned from his six-day visit to China on Sunday, was briefing Parliament about his recent "positive" visit to Beijing and highlighted the agreements the two countries inked during the trip.

Nepal, India to hold talks on opening up new air routes

The two sides will discuss three key cross-border routes that Nepal has sought from India to expand its international air routes: Janakpur in the South, Nepalgunj in the mid-western and Mahendranagar in the far western regions.

Demonetisation a complex issue, RBI and Nepal Rashtra Bank in talks to resolve it: FS Vijay Gokhale

Vijay Gokhale's remark comes a day after Nepalese prime minister K P Sharma Oli urged his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi to allow exchange of demonetised high-value Indian currency notes held by the country's banks and the general public at the earliest.

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Nepal, India discuss ways to control illegal trade

The two sides held extensive and productive discussions on a variety of issues relating to bilateral trade, transit and economic relations, according to a press release issued by the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu.

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The two party chiefs, K P Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal, will take turns to run the government and jointly manage the party.

Swaraj says 'no fixed agenda' for talks with top Nepal leaders

Her visit is being considered significant in the political spectrum here. Swaraj is the first senior Indian minister to visit Nepal after the conclusion of elections to local bodies, provincial assemblies and federal Parliament.

Nepal is becoming like Kashmir with anti-India feelings: Nishikant Dubey

Nishikant Dubey, BJP MP from Godda, speaks to The Indian Express on demand for India-Nepal border fencing.

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