Stories Tagged 'Nepal'
The 11th meeting of the Joint Consultation Mechanism held between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Nepal and the People's Republic of China in the Capital on Tuesday reviewed the status of Nepal-China relations and assessed the progress made in the implementation of agreements/MoUs reached between the two sides in the past.
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The process of acquiring internet bandwidth from China has been temporarily suspended, as the provincial government of Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) has stopped laying optical fibre cable along Nepal-China border stating workers hired to complete the job were unable to work in extreme conditions.
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Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA), the state-owned power utility, has significantly slashed down electricity imports from India with the surge in power generation in the country.
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Ask any entrepreneur in Nepal what their major concern is, and the answer will most likely be money. Although, it sounds too straightforward, everyone starting their business are in it for the money.
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The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), its partners and Nepalis across the country are standing with refugees and celebrating World Refugee Day.
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India on Friday said that “inclusive constitution and consultation among stakeholders still remain pillars of our position concerning” the political situation in Nepal while clarifying that it has not instructed the political parties in Nepal to do or not to do something.
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