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Nepal decides to stop broadcast of Indian news channels

Kathmandu:  Nepali Cable TV providers on Thursday decided to stop the broadcast of Indian news channels in the Himalayan country, media reports said.

Imran Khan to dial Oli to fish in the troubled waters of India-Nepal conflict over new map

Islamabad/Kathmandu/IBNS: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has decided to lend a helping hand to Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli as he faces increased pressure within his Nepal Communist Party (NCP) to step down after blaming India for a rebellion in his party, said a Hindustan Times report.

Nepal Communist Party seeks PM KP Oli’s resignation over remark on India

Kathmandu/IBNS: Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Tuesday received backlash from top leaders of the ruling Nepal Communist Party for blaming India to topple his government.

China encroaches Nepali lands as opposition lawmakers demand its reclamation

Kathmandu: Nepal might be engaged in a conflict with India over its new map, but the Himalayan nation is itself facing land dispute as China has encroached at least 28 hectares of Nepali land spread across four districts of Humla, Rasuwa, Sankhuwasabha and Sindhupalchok, media reports said.

Meetings organized in India to topple my government, alleges Nepal PM K P Sharma Oli

New Delhi/IBNS: Amid heightened tensions between the two nations in recent times, Nepal PM K P Sharma Oli on Sunday alleged that meetings are being organized in India to topple his government.

China could set up border outposts in encroached territories of Nepal: Report

Kathmandu/IBNS: A report by Nepal’s agriculture department has alerted the encroachment of its territories by China with rivers changing their course following massive road construction activities in Tibet Autonomous Region, a Hindustan Times report said.

Multi-pronged strategy needed to take on China-Pakistan-Nepal 'nexus': Experts

New Delhi/UNI: If a war does break out between India and China, an 'exited' Pakistan could jump into the fray as well with the 'tacit' support of Nepal-hence, India should develop a multi-pronged strategy to counter the ' caucus.'

Nepal Communist Party draws flak for holding virtual meet with China

Kathmandu/UNI: Nepal and China's communits parties had a virtual meeting, inviting sharp criticism from the country's ruling and opposition leaders, for holding this at a time when relations between India and China were acutely strained, due to a face-off between the two armies at Galwan Valley, in which India lost 20 army personnel.

Onus on PM Oli to create 'positive and conducive atmosphere' for border talks: Reports

New Delhi/IBNS: At a time when the Nepal government tabled a bill to amend its existing map to include Kalpani-Lipulekh region, India had offered foreign secretary level talks to resolve the border row on phone and even offered to visit Nepal, said media reports.

No power can break Nepal-India ties, says Defence Minister Rajnath Singh hinting Chinese hand in Nepal's protest

New Delhi/IBNS: Two days after Nepali Parliament endorsed the country's new map including Lipulekh, Kalapnai and Limpiyadhura located in Uttarakhand, defence minister Rajnath Singh Monday said India would resolve the "misunderstanding" with the Himalayan nation through dialogues.

India says Nepal Parliament's clearing of revised map 'not tenable'

New Delhi/IBNS: After Nepal's Parliament voted on Saturday on a constitutional amendment bill in a special session to revise the country's map, which includes some parts India claims as its own, the Ministry of External Affairs has said the same is not tenable.

Nepal Parliament passes revised map which includes Indian territories

Kathmandu/IBNS: Kathmandu/IBNS: Amid an ongoing tension between Nepal and India, the Himalayan country's Parliament on Saturday voted on a constitutional amendment bill to update the country's map which includes territories that India claims as its own.  

1 killed, 2 injured as Nepal police opens firing near border area in Bihar's Sitamarhi

Sitamarhi/IBNS: Amid the ongoing border dispute with India, at least one Indian was killed and two others were injured after Nepal police opened fire on them at the Indo-Nepal border near Sitamarhi district in Bihar on Friday, officials said, the media reported.

Nepal's map creates 'sense of resentment' in the Indian administrative circles

New Delhi/UNI: Indo-Nepal border imbroglio has taken a fresh twist with villages that are home to many Indian bureaucrats appearing in the new map the Himalayan nation's Parliament is likely to endorse soon.

Nepal PM Oli defames India over returning migrants to offset his Covid-19 failures

Kathmandu/IBNS: After blaming India for the surge in Coronavirus cases in his country, Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has taken it too far accusing their big neighbour of sending Nepali migrant workers back home without prior testing for Covid-19, media reports said.