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The US moving towards armed competition: Dev Gurung

By Our Reporter Dev Gurung, MP and deputy leader of the Parliamentarian Party, NCP, has said that the Pentagon statement issued on 1 June on Nepal Army’s participation in the Indo-Pacific Strategy is serious and objectionable. In the Pentagon statement it is stated that the Nepal Army is to participate …

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Tolerance of civilizations the right choice

The Indian general election wrapped up with Prime Minister NarendraModi being reelected. What challenges are ahead for him? How should China and India avoid conflicts like the Doklam border standoff in 2017? Global Times (GT) reporter Wang Wenwen interviewed Satyendra Upadhyay (Upadhyay), director of International Relations at Mumbai-based SomaiyaVidyavihar. Upadhyay …

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We will seek Pakistan’s help to trace terrorists if needed: Sri Lanka PM

 Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe sent written responses to e-mailed questions from Hindustan Times on Easter Sunday’s suicide attacks on churches and hotels in Colombo, in which 253 people, including at least 45 children, were killed and hundreds injured. Till the time of going to press, 76 arrests were …

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Present political scenario looks gloomy: Prof. Ram Kumar Panday

Prof. Ram Kumar Panday is a renowned scholar widely recognized in the country and abroad for his academic works. Emeritus Professor in the Tribhuvan University, he has written about 100 books, out of them, half is in English language. He is the president of PEN International Nepal, Traditional Poetry Writer’s …

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Revolution has not concluded for many a politician: Shrish S. Rana

We had put forward some questions to political analyst Shrish Shumsher Rana on contemporary Nepali politics. Excerpts of the remarks by Rana as given below: Q. You have been advocating the restoration of the 1990 constitution. Can your dream come true when those political parties carrying the belief of restoration …

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History has lessons from tariff war

Five years after Rana Mitter (Mitter), professor of the history and politics of modern China at Oxford University, published his book Forgotten Ally: China’s World War II 1937-1945, he admitted receiving good reviews and believed that the West is slowly beginning to realize that China’s role in WWII was important …

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Nepal can be a bridge between China and India

Nepali Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli (Oli) is visiting China from June 19 to 24, his first to China after re-election in February. What’s his take on the cooperation between China and Nepal? What does he think of Nepal’s relations with China and India? Global Times (GT) correspondent Chen Jianyang …

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