Nepal's anti-Oli sentiment deepens as youth mobilise protests

Since early June, large groups of people have been taking to the streets across Nepal, mostly young protesters

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Oli-Prachanda power-sharing talks fail; both agree to meet again on Monday

The two leaders failed to reach any agreement as both stuck to their respective stands, said a source close to Prime Minister Oli.

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Nepal PM Oli's chest pain: real or a play to buy time?

On Wednesday, 31 out of 45 standing committee members took a stand against Oli. This is the highest decision making body of Nepal's ruling party and it has turned against Oli.

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While Nepal's Oli accuses India of destabilising his government, a revolt brews within his party

The PM has blamed Indian officials, including those who work in the Indian embassy in Kathmandu, for plotting his exit

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Nepal to reopen its second border point with China for supply of essential goods

Nepal on January 29 closed its two border points with China -- Tatopani and Rasuwagadhi -- to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The Tatopani border point was opened on April 8 to bring…

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Nepal: 21 patients escape COVID quarantine facility; 593 fresh cases recorded

The patients apparently escaped the quarantine facility under protest of lack of testing. 

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Chinese encroachment of Nepal territory: Nepali Congress puts motion in parliament

According to the motion, "64 hectares have been encroached upon in Dolakha, Humla, Sindhupalchowk, Sankhuwasabha, Gorkha and Rasuwa districts" of Nepal by China.

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Nepal records 535 new coronavirus cases, tally nears 10,000-mark

The confirmation of 535 new cases pushed Nepal's coronavirus infection tally to 9,561, the ministry said.

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Nepal's Parliamentary Committee supports amendment in Citizenship Act, Parliament soon to start discussion

The amendment proposal also has proposed women be allowed to operate businesses, use or sell fixed and moveable assets or get involved in transaction of properties.

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Allies or puppets? Nepal's movement around border raises questions about its friendship with China

Nepal is indulging in unprecedented provocation, and not just in map fixing. While map fixing was bad, at least that was only on paper. The recent developments are on ground, as Nepal has deployed…

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Ruling communist parties of Nepal, China hold virtual meeting

During the conference, relations between the two communist parties, the current coronavirus pandemic and the current political situation mainly figured, according to sources close to the NCP.

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'Enough is Enough', Nepal youth tells Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has failed Nepal, in his response to the pandemic and his conduct of foreign policy but Oli thinks he has secured his position by altering Nepal's map.

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On a shaky ground: India Nepal dispute put the stability of the region at risk

On Saturday, the lower house of the Nepal parliament unanimously voted in favour of altering the map. Atleast 258 out of 275 lawmakers are said to have voted in favour of the constitution…

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At least 5 dead, 3 missing as landslide sweeps houses in Western Nepal

The District Administration Office has sent more forces and equipment to aid the search and rescue operation in the area, the Chief District Officer confirmed.

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Lower House of Nepal Parliament unanimously passes bill to back new controversial map

All parties including the ruling Nepal Communist Party, the largest opposition Nepali Congress and the third largest Janata Samajbadi Party supported the bill. Nepal PM KP Sharma Oli was present…

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