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Nepal is not a landlocked country anymore, says PM

Kathmandu, September 12 Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli says Nepal is not a landlocked country anymore. Speaking at a function that discussed China’s Belt and Road Initiative in Kathmandu on Wednesday, the Prime Minister said Nepal would have an easy access to other countries of the world now as Nepal and China have agreed to […]

Does China’s increasing influence make any big change in Nepal-India relations?

Nepal and India have cordial bilateral relations and they share common cultural elements, traditions, and religion. The two countries established diplomatic relations on June 17, 1947. In principles of peaceful coexistence, sovereign equality, and understanding of each other’s aspiration and sensitivities, Nepal and India not only have relations through treaties and agreements between the two […]

Nepal-China energy cooperation mechanism to hold maiden meeting in Kathmandu

Kathmandu, September 10 Officials of Nepal and China have agreed to hold the first meeting of a joint mechanism formed to promote energy cooperation between the two countries in the last week of September in Kathmandu. According to the Ministry of Energy, the meeting shall take place on September 27 and 28 in Kathmandu. Energy […]

Speaker Mahara leaves for five-day Tibet trip

Kathmandu, September 7 Speaker of the House of Representatives, Krishna Bahadur Mahara, has embarked on a five-day official visit to Tibet autonomous region of China on Friday. Five lawmakers and some staff of the Federal Parliament Secretariat are also accompanying Mahara. Those included in the team are Shanti Maya Tamang Pakhrin of Nepal Communist Party, […]

Nepal-China transit deal ends total dependence on Indian sea ports

Kathmandu, September 7 China has agreed to allow to Nepal to use its ports for import and export of goods from third countries. The landmark agreement, reached during a meeting of officials from both the countries, in Kathmandu on Thursday, puts an end to land-locked Nepal’s total dependence on India for international trade. According to […]

From the Kathmandu Press: Thursday, September 6, 2018

Major Nepali and English broadsheet dailies published from Kathmandu on Thursday have give priority to a host of issues from political, sociocultural and economic affairs. They have reported that a meeting between transport officials of Nepal and China on finalising the protocol to transport treaty is heading towards a conclusion. Likewise, a Supreme Court verdict […]