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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.

From India to China, Nepal’s Maoist Prime Minister Displays His Hindu Diplomacy 

From India to China, Nepal’s Maoist Prime Minister Displays His Hindu Diplomacy 

By Birat Anupam
While it has foreign policy overtones, PM Dahal's embrace of Hindu diplomacy is more motivated by domestic politics.
Nepal’s Prime Minister Dahal Changes Partners Mid-stream

Nepal’s Prime Minister Dahal Changes Partners Mid-stream

By Santosh Sharma Poudel
This is the second time that he has joined hands with CPN-UML chief Oli since becoming prime minister in December 2022.

Protests Drove Nepal’s King off the Throne 16 Years Ago. Now, Protests Are Trying to Bring Him Back

Protests Drove Nepal’s King off the Throne 16 Years Ago. Now, Protests Are Trying to Bring Him Back

By Binaj Gurubacharya
"Come back king, save the country. Long live our beloved king. We want a monarchy," the crowd chanted at a rally last month in Kathmandu.
S. D. Muni on India and its Neighborhood

S. D. Muni on India and its Neighborhood

By Sudha Ramachandran
“Sections of the Indian establishment have supported the restoration of the monarchy in Nepal because Indian diplomacy is finding it increasingly difficult to deal with a turbulent democracy.”

The Return of the Left Alliance in Nepal Changes Regional Power Dynamics

The Return of the Left Alliance in Nepal Changes Regional Power Dynamics

By Rishi Gupta
With the pro-India Nepali Congress out of the ruling coalition, and the China-friendly CPN-UML back in, Nepal's diplomacy looks set to change.

Nepali Nationals Are Fighting and Dying in Russia’s War on Ukraine

Nepali Nationals Are Fighting and Dying in Russia’s War on Ukraine

By Santosh Sharma Poudel
They are being used as cheap cannon fodder in foreign conflict zones.

The Nepali Army’s Growing Business Interests

The Nepali Army’s Growing Business Interests

By Santosh Sharma Poudel
There are concerns that civilian control over the military could diminish as its commercial clout grows.
Nepal’s Gods and Goddesses Are Returning Home

Nepal’s Gods and Goddesses Are Returning Home

By Binaj Gurubacharya
Idols and masks of Hindu deities stolen from the Himalayan country are being returned by museums and private collectors abroad.

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