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Rahul Gandhi attacks Modi government for 'filling pockets of its special friends'
He was reacting to the Global Hunger Index 2020 report which has ranked India 94 among 107 countries.
Nepal withdraws textbook which includes contentious border map with India
The Nepali-language book also included a chapter on the campaign to...
India provides Rs 96 crore to Nepal as post-earthquake assistance: Indian Embassy
The financial support was provided as housing and school se...
Nepal halts distribution of new text book with revised map incorporating Indian areas
India has already termed as untenable the "artificial enlargement" of the territorial claims by Nepal after its Parliament unanimously approved the new political map of the country featuring Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura areas which India maintains belongs to it.
Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane to visit Nepal in November
The dispute had begun in November last year after India released a new political map incorporating some disputed territory. Since then, there have been no high-level visits from both sides as Kathmandu is looking for a date to hold boundary talks with India at Foreign Secretary level to resolve the dispute but India has shown little enthusiasm.
Students join protests against China's encroachment in Nepal
Students in Nepalese capital Kathmandu on Monday launched protests against the Chinese encroachment into the country’s territory. Massive protest march was held in front of the Chinese embassy in Kathmandu, political sources told ET from the Nepalese capital.
Nepal sets up six border observation posts near China border, more on the way
In the last six months, Nepal has opened around 90 BOPs along the border with India and China. Sources familiar with the matter told TOI that the Nepalese government has taken a decision to set up at least 500 BOPs along the border with its two neighbours in the next two years.
India hands over two modern trains to Nepal
The Konkan Railway delivered two modern Diesel-Electric Multiple Unit (DMUC) trains to the Nepal Railway for Jaynagar-Kurtha broad gauge line on Friday.
China’s stringent trade policy on Nepal belies “Communist friendship”
Nepali exporters have failed to benefit due to Chinese policies and a bilateral dialogue last week failed to yield any results, ET has reliably gathered. Despite receiving repeated assurance from the Chinese authorities, Nepali goods have been facing hurdles while being exported to China via land routes for the past few years, Kathmandu-based trade experts indicated to ET.
Army Chief Gen MM Naravane scheduled to visit Nepal from Nov 4-6 with an aim to reset ties
The Chief of Army Staff is scheduled to hold extensive talks with the top civilian and military brass of Nepal including his counterpart General Purna Chandra Thapa on a range of key issues such as further boosting the management of the nearly 1,800 km-long border between the two countries.
Activists stage protests against China's land encroachment in Nepal: Reports
According to media reports here, China has allegedly constructed 11 buildings on the Nepalese territory in the Humla district bordering Tibet. The disputed area lies in Lampcha village of Namkha Rural Municipality in Humla district.
China encroaches into Nepal territory, constructs 9 buildings
China has encroached into Nepalese territory, threatening to cast a shadow on ties between the ruling Communist party in Nepal and Beijing.
Army Chief’s upcoming visit to Kathmandu is sign of thaw in India, Nepal relations
The visit provides an important opportunity to strengthen army-to-army relations, a key pillar of the overall India-Nepal relationship.
Ruling Nepal Communist Party and Opposition at loggerheads over China’s encroachment
While Nepali Congress (NC) has launched protests over Beijing’s latest moves, sections of the ruling party has defended China claiming that no such encroachment has happened, ET has learnt from Kathmandu-based political sources.
China constructed nine buildings in Lapcha-Limi region of Nepal: Report
The development came to light during an inspection of the Lapcha-Limi region of Nepal's remote Humla region from August 30 to September 9 by the local District Officer, ET has reliably gathered.