SAARC is not prepared for new security threats

By Madhukar SJB Rana — The SAARC Charter lays down eight sets of objectives. One of them is “to contribute to mutual trust, understanding and appreciation of one another’s problems.”

A Zero-Sum Game in South Asia

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...

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...

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.

Politics of Pre-emption?

By Maila Baje - Khadka is the last surviving leader who stepped out of that aircraft on that cold December day with B.P. Koirala seeking national reconciliation in 1976. To many ears, B.P. and Hindu statehood probably don’t seem to go together well. Yet could they be a winning combination for Khadka – and one that his rivals desperately want to pre-empt?

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.

India to Buy $40 Billion Military Hardware

India to make Rs 240,000 crore ($40 billion) of new defense purchases that India’s armed forces urgently need. By Devjyot Ghoshal & Shelly Walia A mustasched metallurgical...

Revolutions of Nepal, Sponsored: Dr. Shashank Koirala

Telegraph Nepal He proved himself to be a man of substance with immense love and honor for his motherland-Nepal. He kept on repeating on the...

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The Camouflaged Indian Agenda

By Maila Baje — The fate of the new beginning independent India sought with the democratic government of 1951, the elected government of B.P. Koirala in 1959 and the interim governments of 1990 and 2006 need not be rehashed here. The Indians need to get over the fact that Kathmandu managed to remain outside the Indian Union in 1947 when Kerala was in.