'Nepal’s foreign policy is not in the interests of India'

Kathmandu, 15 September : Dr Nihar Nayek, researcher in the Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis, India, has remarked that Nepal’s foreign policy based on equidistance relations with neighbouring countries is not in the interests of India, although being a closest neighbour.

Dispute continues on naturalized citizenship

Kathmandu, 15 September : The State Management committee in the Federal Parliament has failed to resolve the dispute in citizenship law amendment bill. The Committee has decided to resolve the dispute through the meeting of senior level leaders of the political parties.

'Nepal’s foreign policy is not in the interests of India'

Kathmandu, 15 September : Dr Nihar Nayek, researcher in the Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis, India, has remarked that Nepal’s foreign policy based on equidistance relations with neighbouring countries is not in the interests of India, although being a closest neighbour.

Sunny Leone arrives in Kathmandu

Kathmandu, 13 September : Bollywood actress Sunny Leone arrived in Kathmandu to attend the preview show of Nepali film Password, releasing on Friday.

18 years later, America vows to 'never forget' 9/11

Kathmandu, 12 September 2019: Americans commemorated 9/11 with solemn ceremonies and vows Wednesday to 'never forget' 18 years after the deadliest terror attack on American soil.

Nepal dragged into China-American dispute

Kathmandu, 12 September : The US Embassy in Kathmandu has asked clarification from the Foreign Ministry on Nepal’s commitment for Indo-Pacific Strategy after issuance of a statement by the Chinese Foreign Ministry following the visit of Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi to Kathmandu.

Nepal-India-China Expo from Feb 21

Kathmandu, 12 September : Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Nepal Chapter in collaboration with Visit Nepal Year 2020 and Nepal Tourism Board is organising Nepal-India-China Expo (NICE) in Kathmandu from February 21 to 24, 2020.

Politics

No support from the Centre, State still progressing toward development: CM Raut

Kathmandu, 13 September : The Chief Minister of province 2, Lal Babu Raut spoke about the current progress made by the state. At a interaction program organized in Kathmandu, the CM spoke on the need for more coordination and support from the Centre.

Local News

No possibility to reinstate monarchy in Nepal, says Deuba

Dang, 15 September : Nepali Congress (NC) President Sher Bahadur Deuba has claimed that there were not slightest possibilities for reinstatement of the monarchy in the country.

Interview

Socialist Party not in a position to burn the constitution : Mahajan Yadav

Central member, Socialist Party

There are no disagreements between Socialist Party and RJP-Nepal. There may be some problems with the adjustment of the leaders, but there are no other complex issues for party unification.

Prabhu Shah discolors NCP in Province 2 : Ashok Jaiswal

Province Committee Member, NCP Province 2

Editorial

Wang Yi in Kathmandu

The cordial and cooperative relations that exist between Nepal and China are not limited to the official level alone.

Nepal-India Joint Commission Meeting (Editorial)

India will cooperate and help Nepal in the Tourism sector keeping in mind Nepal’s mission for its program Visit Nepal Year 2020.

The real freedom of people of India (Editorial)

While celebrating independence, their forehead will be held high, but at the same time they must also decide that it is their collective responsibility to protect this freedom and dedicate this freedom to the people of independent India.

International

11 die when a boat capsizes in India’s Bhopal

Bhopal, 13 September : At least 11 people have died when a boat they were in travelling in capsized during the Ganpati Visarjan at Khatlapura Ghat in Bhopal.

Pramod Mishra is Modi’s new principal secretary

New Delhi, 12 September : Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s secretariat has stated that Pramod Kumar Mishra has been appointed the new principal secretary to PM Oli, Indian media reports have said.

India's first attempt to land on the Moon appears to end in failure

New Delhi, 8 September : India's attempt to become the first nation to land a spacecraft near the Moon's unexplored South Pole has apparently ended in failure.