KATHMANDU, Dec 21: Visiting Political Bureau and Secretariat member of the Communist Party of China (CPC), Liu Qibao, wrapped up his three-day official visit to Nepal on Tuesday, marking the highest level visit of any Chinese leader to Kathmandu in the year 2016.
KATHMANDU, Oct 24: As Indian President prepares to visit Nepal after a hiatus of almost two decades, former diplomats and experts in Kathmandu see this as reflection of New Delhi's desire to improve 'troubled' relations between Nepal and India.
KAPLIVASTU, Oct 20: Proposed Ambassador of Nepal to India, Deep Kumar Upadhyay has stressed the need to advance economic development sector by improving trilateral relations between Nepal, India and China.
KATHMANDU, Sept. 26: Russian President Vladimir Putin has expressed confidence that Russia-Nepal relations would further develop fruitfully for the benefit of both countries in the interest of security and stability in South Asia.
NEW YORK, Sept 22: Nepal and El Salvador have established formal bilateral diplomatic relations. The two countries on Wednesday signed a joint communique to this effect on the sidelines of the ongoing 71st session of United Nations General Assembly (NGA) in New York.
KATHMANDU, Sept 2: The International Relations and Labor Committee under the Legislature- Parliament has directed the government to further strengthen diplomatic relations with neighboring countries—India and China, on the basis of constitution of Nepal, principles of the Charter of the United Nations and Panchasheel.
Senior leader of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Vijay Jolly is no stranger to Nepal. His extensive ties with Nepali political leaders of all persuasions frequently bring him to Nepal. He was recently in Kathmandu to take part in the general convention of Nepal Family Party. Subhash Ghimire and Guna Raj Luitel caught up with the ex in-charge of BJP’s Foreign Cell to understand what the ruling party in India makes of recent political developments in Nepal.
A 26-year-old Public Relations professional, Rashmi Agrawal is currently working as the PR Manager at Kaymu Nepal. She joined the PR industry after completing Bachelor’s in Media Science from Kathmandu University in 2012. After an internship at Prisma Advertising, she moved on to organizations like ECS Media and Advantage Group.
KATHMANDU, June 11: Nepal's relations with India is "incomparable" and its growing ties with China was not at the cost of India, Deputy Prime Minister Kamal Thapa said in New Delhi on Friday.
Indian media reported that Thapa said that there was no threat to Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli's government though Chairman of CPN (Maoist Center) Pushpa Kamal Dahal had set certain conditions to continue his party's support to the coalition regime.
Lost opportunities due to current bad blood between India and Nepal will have a long-term impact.
India-Nepal relations are at an all-time low and there can be nothing more unfortunate at this hour of need when Nepal has just suffered that devastating earthquake amid unending political instability.