China and India in Doklam: This can have catastrophic consequences for India

By Prakash Katoch _ Merely making brave statements that we have good relations with China and resolution is possible through talks can have catastrophic consequences for India. China is likely to embarrass India while its attention is focused on the general elections in May next year. This could also be used to undermine the growing India-US partnership.

Nepal Politics: Oh Those Garish Alien Growls

We did try to tame the Tibetans. The Chinese just kept asking us for more, without stopping to ponder their own role in aggravating...

China’s push for SAARC membership: Anxiety for India

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...

What India Wants in Nepal?

By Deepak Gajurel https://youtu.be/EXlcKquJ_4k

अराजक राजनीतिका कुरूप द्विविधा

युवराज घिमिरे – – मोदीको नेपालप्रति जति सदासयता भएपनि उनको सरकारी संयन्त्र श्‍याम शरणकै नीति कार्यान्‍वयन गर्न समर्पित छ गोप्‍य रुपमा। पहाड नघुसेको अथवा पहाडविरोधी अनि पूर्ण तराईसहितको संघीयताकै पक्षमा श्‍याम शरण नीतिसँग जोडिएको व्‍यक्ति र शक्तिहरुको 'लविङ' जारी छ संघीयताका नाममा अहिले पनि।

What India Wants in Nepal? Inform the Nation

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.

Modi in Favor of a Hindu Nepal?

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.

Really, Is This For Real?

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-

Nepali Maoists Protégé: Int’l Community

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.

India-Pakistan Relations: A Destructive Equilibrium

By Jordan Olmstead — The seven-decade rivalry between India and Pakistan is often portrayed as intractable – with good reason. The countries were birthed out of a bloody partition that encouraged each to define itself in opposition to the other, and they have fought four wars since.