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India releases 140 petrol tankers for Nepal after stopping them for two days

Banke, March 22 More than 140 petroleum product-laden tankers, which were obstructed by Indian Customs citing a technical snag in its online service, have entered Nepal last night. Along with the tankers, dozens of trucks carrying vegetables and fruits were also obstructed at the border for two days. Sharad Kumar KC, officer at Nepalgunj Customs […]

Nepal’s new ambassador presents letter of credence to Indian President

Kathmandu, March 14 Before officially taking up his new diplomatic assignment, Nepal’s newly appointed ambassador to India, Nilamber Acharya, on Wednesday submitted his letter of credence to Indian President Ram Nath Kovind. Acharya had left Kathmandu for New Delhi on February 18. After the Parliamentary Hearing Special Committee endorsed Acharya’s nomination made by the government, […]

Nepal, India experts’ meeting on Pancheshwor begins

Kathmandu, February 27 Expert groups of Nepal and India have launched a meeting in Kathmandu to hold discussions on the implementation of the Pancheshwor Multipurpose Project (PMP). The third joint meeting that will run for two days is expected to sort out problems facing the project. So far only a detailed project report of the […]

New Nepali ambassador Acharya leaves for New Delhi

Kathmandu, February 18 Newly appointed Nepali Ambassador to India, Nilamber Acharya, has left for New Delhi on Monday to take up the diplomatic assignment. After the Parliamentary Hearing Special Committee endorsed Acharya’s nomination made by the government, President Bidya Devi Bhandari had appointed him to the post. He was sworn in by the President the […]

EPG report is joint property of Nepal and India, says new ambassador Acharya

Kathmandu, February 7 Nepal’s newly appointed ambassador to India, Nilamber Acharya, says the report prepared by the Eminent Persons’ Group on Nepal-India Relations has already become a joint property of the two countries. Acharya’s statement comes at a time when media reports have been saying that India is reluctant to receive the report as it […]

Ministry refutes own circular about requirement of work permit for Indian nationals

Kathmandu, February 6 The Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security’s decision about making the work permit compulsory for Indian workers working in Nepal has been dragged into a controversy after a senior official refuted it. On January 24, the Ministry’s Factory Inspector, Section Officer Prashanta Shah, had issued the circular to all labour offices […]