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China urges Nepal to wait, as Kerung-Kathmandu railway could take more than seven years to begin

Kathmandu, June 24 -- Chinese railway officials have said that the much-awaited detailed project report on Kerung-Kathmandu cross-border railway will take a lot more time to materialise due to technic... Read More


Nepal's governments have been quietly facilitating urban refugee resettlement for years

Kathmandu, June 22 -- Since 2012, successive governments have been quietly facilitating the resettlement of urban refugees, the Post has learned. Most recently, earlier this month, 72 Pakistani and Ba... Read More


Nepal's government has been quietly facilitating urban refugee resettlement for years

Kathmandu, June 22 -- Since 2012, successive governments have been quietly facilitating the resettlement of urban refugees, the Post has learned. Most recently, earlier this month, 72 Pakistani and Ba... Read More


NCP sets Secretariat meeting for tomorrow to conclude 'power-sharing' deal

Kathmandu, June 20 -- The ruling Nepal Communist Party has called its Secretariat meeting on Friday to conclude the long due power-sharing deal among the top leaders. Co-chair and Prime Minister KP S... Read More


For the first time, ruling party lawmakers criticise Oli administration's foreign policy

Kathmandu, June 19 -- Days after Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli returned from a week-long trip to Europe, lawmakers from both the ruling and opposition parties have criticised his administration's handl... Read More


Nepali delegation leaves for Beijing to discuss railways in pursuit of cross-border links

Kathmandu, June 18 -- As developments over infrastructural connections to both the northern and southern neighbours come to a head, a Nepali delegation consisting of senior officials left for Beijing ... Read More


Prime minister returns from Europe, but has very little to show

Kathmandu, June 17 -- After a week-long tour of three European countries, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli returned home on Sunday with very little to show. Analysts and foreign policy watchers had expec... Read More


Congress' awareness campaign fails to enthuse party members who say problem lies with top leadership

Kathmandu, June 16 -- After a drubbing in the 2017 elections, realisation dawned upon the Nepali Congress, which always prided itself on being the torchbearer of democracy and social justice, that it ... Read More


Army chief is leaving for China on Sunday, but no confirmation on signing of any agreement yet

Kathmandu, June 14 -- Chief of the Nepal Army General Purna Chandra Thapa is leaving on Sunday for China on a weeklong visit, but as of Thursday, there was no confirmation from the Nepal Army about th... Read More


Oli proposed a review of the 1947 tripartite pact in meeting with Theresa May, foreign minister says

Kathmandu, June 12 -- Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli proposed a review of the 1947 tripartite agreement between Nepal, India and Britain during his meeting with outgoing British Prime Minister Theresa M... Read More