By Deepak Gajurel — What India wants in Nepal? Where is 'LOKTANTRA' heading? Who engulfed this nation into this mess? The solution !!! Political Scientist Deepak Gajurel analyses in Sagarmatha Television.
By Maila Baje - While the Indian media has been jumping around that New Delhi’s policies have pushed Kathmandu into Beijing’s arms, official India seems remarkably unperturbed. That a political establishment that until the other day was thanking India for forging the mainstream-
By Maila Baje — All in all, within his first 100 days in office, Dahal had met with the leaders of China, India and the United States, the three principal drivers of the country’s destiny.
By Yubaraj Ghimire — But more people questioning the CA’s legitimacy is likely to drive home the message that Nepal’s political experiment has failed. Last week, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, on a visit to prepare for President Xi Jinping’s trip, sent a clear message to three top leaders by cancelling the meeting at the last minute. The explanation was that such a meeting would send across a message of interference. But in Kathmandu, it was taken as a message that the actors supported by the international community, including India, have failed, and China no longer wants to be seen on the same boat.
“We hope Nepal becomes a bridge for China with India and South Asia.” By Telegraphnepal China raises Nepal aide 5-fold to compete with India. This is what...
India needs to change its approach towards Chinese participation in SAARC and South Asia. By Bhoj Raj Poudel & Kawsu Walter Ceesay Indian Prime Minister Narendra...
By Deepak Gajurel The 'Sleeping Tiger' seems awaken, at least in the context of Beijing's relations with South Asian nations. Chinese push for elevation from Observer's...
By Yubaraj Ghimire — If and how India undoes some of the radical changes in Nepal midwifed by the UPA government, and how soon Nepal’s leaders realise their failure, will offer clues to Kathmandu’s future course. For Modi, the challenge also lies in assessing the damage the UPA’s Nepal policy did to bilateral relations, including generating hostility towards India, and taking corrective measures.
By Yubaraj Ghimire — Modi’s silence on “secular Nepal” and his RSS background are being seen as a possibility of his use of Hindu and Buddhist shrines for “propaganda” in favour of a “Hindu Nepal”, a campaign picking up momentum.
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