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Was Pakistan’s ISI Involved in the Nepal Royal Massacre of 2001?

Was Pakistan’s ISI Involved in the Nepal Royal Massacre of 2001?

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
A new book co-authored by a former Indian ambassador to Nepal claims that Dawood Ibrahim, with the support of the ISI, instigated the crown prince to kill King Birendra and others.

Electric Vehicles Sales Boom in Nepal

Electric Vehicles Sales Boom in Nepal

By Binaj Gurubacharya
The shift is helping to save on oil imports and alleviate smog.
Nepal’s Deputy PM Crosses Swords With Largest Media House

Nepal’s Deputy PM Crosses Swords With Largest Media House

By Santosh Sharma Poudel
Riled by news coverage of his corruption and illegal holding of two passports, Rabi Lamichhane reportedly ordered the arrest of the chairman of Kantipur Media Group.

Controversial Map in Nepal’s Currency Note Irks India

Controversial Map in Nepal’s Currency Note Irks India

By Santosh Sharma Poudel
The Nepali map features territories that India also claims and is in control of.

Jabin Jacob on China’s Growing Influence in South Asia

Jabin Jacob on China’s Growing Influence in South Asia

By Sudha Ramachandran
“Chinese influence has only encouraged instability in Nepalese politics.”

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Why Nepal Escalated Its Map Dispute With India

Why Nepal Escalated Its Map Dispute With India

By Rishi Gupta
It’s no coincidence that the move came just as Nepal’s left-alliance government faces a crucial floor test.

Decoding Japan Foreign Minister Kamikawa’s Tour of Africa, Europe, and South Asia

Decoding Japan Foreign Minister Kamikawa’s Tour of Africa, Europe, and South Asia

By Rishi Gupta
Across this diverse geography, countering Chinese influence is one of Tokyo’s cardinal interests.
Nepal’s Media Industry Is Facing a Severe Financial Crisis

Nepal’s Media Industry Is Facing a Severe Financial Crisis

By Mahabir Paudyal
Nepali journalists say they frequently go months without pay. The hollowing out of the Fourth Estate leaves the country vulnerable to disinformation at a critical time.

Why a Bhutan-India Tourism Meeting Excited Entrepreneurs in Nepal

Why a Bhutan-India Tourism Meeting Excited Entrepreneurs in Nepal

By Birat Anupam
Bhutan’s embrace of regional tourism could be a major boost for connectivity in the entire BBIN subregion.

How Will Nepal’s Government Respond to Victims of Loan Sharks?

How Will Nepal’s Government Respond to Victims of Loan Sharks?

By Santosh Sharma Poudel
A former business partner of the home minister is wanted for embezzlement of funds of cooperatives.

China Courts Nepal’s New Left Alliance Government 

China Courts Nepal’s New Left Alliance Government 

By Rishi Gupta
Less than three weeks after taking office, Nepal's new foreign minister is on a week-long tour of China.
Nepalis Stuck in the Russian Army: A Familiar Tale for Nepal

Nepalis Stuck in the Russian Army: A Familiar Tale for Nepal

By Rishi Gupta
Once again, Kathmandu finds itself ill-equipped to defend the interests of its citizens abroad.

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