New Delhi, Nov 30: Nepal has been sending some positive signals and is keen on moving forward on its relationship with India.
During the nearly one hour meeting between India’s foreign secretary, Harsh Shringla and Nepal’s Prime Minister, K P Oli, the discussions were focused around normalising relations, which have been hit due to the Lipulekh boundary row.
New Delhi, Nov 28: Nepal’s Prime Minister, K P Oli is understood to have told his supporters that he is ready for a split in the party. The statement comes in the wake of reports suggesting that China is trying to fix the problems within the Nepal Communist Party.
Oli is also understood to have told Chinese ambassador, Hou Yanqi that he is capable of handling the challenges within the party, without any assistance. Pushpa Kumar Dahal has been vocal in his opposition to Oli and this has driven a rift within the party. China has been trying to play the role of peacemaker in a bid to fix the rift.
New Delhi, Nov 06: Indian Army Chief, General M M Naravane will meet with Prime Minister of Nepal, K P Oli later today. Sources tell OneIndia that the Army Chief would first to Mount Everest on a one hour flight, following which he would visit the Nepal Army Staff College.
After these engagements, General Naravane would meet with the Nepal PM, who is also Defence Minister of the country. Both leaders would discuss defence related issues as well, the source cited above said.
New Delhi, Nov 03: All eyes are on the meeting between India’s Army Chief, General M M Naravane and Nepal’s Prime Minister, K P Oli, which will be held in Kathmandu on November 5.
A lot of backchannel dialogues have taken place prior to this and the visit would put the same to test. New Delhi had put on hold talks with Nepal earlier this year after a new map was cleared by Nepal’s parliament. The map incorporates Indian territory near its border with China.
New Delhi, July 17: Nepal’s Prime Minister, K P Oli has told his rivals that he will not resign. He told Pushpa Kumar Dahal Prachanda that he would attend the Nepal Communist Party’s standing committee meeting on Friday. It may be recalled that a recent meeting between the two remained inconclusive.
New Delhi, July 08: A meeting of Nepal Prime Minister, K P Oli and Pushpa Kumar Dahal remained inconclusive, thus signalling that the political crisis in the country is not set to end anytime soon. Dahal also known as Prachanda, who has been a former Prime Minister of Nepal wants Oli to step down on the ground that his continuation is detrimental to the interests of the country.
New Delhi, July 06: There has been no consensus between Nepal’s Prime Minister, K P Oli and Puspha Kamal Dahal. The two chairs of the Nepal’s Communist Party met today to discuss ways of de-escalating the tensions within the party. Both leaders were unable to reach any consensus as a result of which, it was decided to meet again and resolve issues. The next meeting would be Heldon July 18.
New Delhi, June 03: Nepal’s Prime Minister, K P Oli is refusing to yield to party pressure to step down as the nation’s leader. His decision to prorogue both Houses of Parliament has angered the party’s leadership.
New Delhi, June 02: The Nepal’s cabinet has decided to prororgue or discontinue without dissolving the online budget session. This decision was taken at the Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister K P Oli. On the other hand the top leader of thw Communist Party decided to go ahead with the meet in the absence of Oli.
New Delhi, June 30: Four top leaders of Nepal’s Communist Party including Prachanda have sought proof from Prime Minister, K P Oli about his allegation that India was trying to topple his government. Pushpa Kamal Dahal or Prachanda said that it is not India, but he himself who is seeking Oli’s resignation.