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  • Modi bats for consensus
    NOV 25

    Visiting Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has urged Nepal’s political parties to come up with a consensus for drafting a new constitution while cautioning that a majority-led statute would not serve the best interests....
  • Milestone as Nepal, India ink dozen pacts, MoUs
    NOV 25

    With his “neighbourhood first” doctrine, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his first visit to Nepal had promised that bilateral ties could see a major transformation....
  • Heads of state, govt in, summit begins today
    NOV 25

    The Saarc Summit has returned to Kathmandu after 12 years as Nepal hosts the 18th summit of the regional grouping on Wednesday and...
  • Saarc leaders seek solace in religious tours
    NOV 25

    Even though Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi “postponed” his trip to Janakpur and Muktinath, leaders from other Saarc nations took time out of their busy schedules to tour religious sites on the day of their arrival in...



Everyone’s problem
NOV 25

On Wednesday, leaders from the South Asian nations of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka will convene in Kathmandu for the 18th Saarc Summit....

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Winterise your vehicle
NOV 25

Winter is here. And when you wrap a muffler around your neck and don a thicker jacket, make sure you make preparations for your vehicle as well—they too are troubled by the cold....


India okays use of 500, 1000 IC notes
NOV 25

India will soon withdraw the ban on the use of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 Indian currency (IC) notes in Nepal, said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday....

SAARC Special 2014

Observing the observers
NOV 25

China shares borders with five Saarc nations and has made massive investments in South Asia; it is only natural for it to seek a greater strategic role in the...
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