In Nepal, a deadlock, a likely confrontation

By Rajesh Singh – While many experts and the single-judge Bench of the Supreme Court may have legal arguments to justify the basis for the interim stay on the 16-point agreement, one cannot escape the political implications of the setback to the breakthrough. For one, the wait for a Constitution

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India to Join Opposition protest in Nepal !?

By Telegraph Nepal India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi in line with the British imperial policy espoused by first Indian Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru claims that his country possesses special right to interfere in the internal matters of Nepal. This time the interference will be on religious ground. Nehru habits

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