What India Wants in Nepal?

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

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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Kashmir: What’s up the Sleeve? Retaliation from Beijing and Islamabad!

दीपक गजुरेल, राजनीति शास्त्री कश्मीर : धारा ३७० खारेजी Kashmir: What's up the Sleeve? Retaliation from Beijing and Islamabad! * दिल्लीले कश्मीरको विशेष हैसियत समाप्त पार्दैछ, किन...

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...

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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.
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Nepal: Failed Political Experiment

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.

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.

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.