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Protests in Nepal after satirical song taken off Web

As reports about the song's withdrawal began coming up, an avalanche of support for the singer, and the right to protest against the government, have dominated public discourse.

Nepal: As Venezuela issue divides party, Pushpa Kamal Dahal meets K P Oli

Dahal’s statement on January 25 that American “imperialism’s intrusion in Venezuela affairs was not acceptable” had reportedly irked the US, and Oli tried to appease Washington by calling Dahal’s statement a “slip of tongue”.

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Clarify plans for transitional justice process, Nepal govt told

The joint statement comes in wake of the government’s move to throttle investigations by two designated commissions by not giving them adequate powers and jurisdiction ahead of the expiry of their four-year term on February 1.

Yogi Adityanath to visit Nepal as Oli faces heat over summit

Bimalendra Nidhi, vice-chairman of Nepali Congress, the main opposition party, and a former deputy PM of Nepal, who had opposed Adityanath’s presence at the event, retracted his statement issued a week ago.

Nepal PM KP Oli criticised for accepting church award

Oli, who has faced protests for co-hosting an event along with a church, did not attend a separate ceremony in which “Mother Moon” blessed hundreds of couples, wishing them a “blessed family” life.

Nepal PM KP Oli criticised for supporting church event

The three-day summit, on the theme “Addressing Critical Challenges of Our Time”, has been organised by the South Korea-based Universal Peace Federation (UPF), founded by Reverend Sun Myung Moon.

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Nepal leaders meet in Oli’s absence, deliver warning to PM

Senior leaders of the ruling Nepal Communist Party on Friday warned Prime Minister K P Oli not to overrule the party, bypass the standing committee or take their grievances lightly

Nepal gets access to all Chinese ports, ending dependence on India for trade

Traders say the plan to connect the country with China could face issues due to a lack of proper roads and customs infrastructure on the Nepalese side of the border. The nearest Chinese port is also located more than 2,600 km from its border.

After Kathmandu interaction, Delhi believes able to restore certain level of political trust

“Neither did we raise activities about China, nor did they. The sense we got after the meetings was that we have been able to restore a certain level of political trust between the two sides,” informed a source to The Indian Express.

New Nepal criminal code raises fears of curbs on free press

Although the new Constitution promulgated in 2015 guarantees press freedom and right to information, the new code introduced by the government has raised suspicion in the minds of journalists and rights activists.

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