- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsOct 07 04:11 AM
By Ross Adkin KATHMANDU (Reuters) - Nepal is considering air-lifting fuel, possibly from Bangladesh, as supply routes from India stay blocked by protesters opposing its new constitution, a short-term solution ahead of a key festival even as the government talks to China for help. Thousands of trucks are stranded at the border with India, the main supply route into landlocked Nepal, leading to a...
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsOct 07 05:58 AM
KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Negotiators from Nepal's government and the main group protesting the country's new constitution discussed the main issue of the size of proposed states on Wednesday, but said little progress was made in their second day of talks.
- BloombergOct 06 09:11 AM
Nepal is headed toward a humanitarian crisis as supplies blocked from neighboring India cause widespread fuel shortages, the nation’s finance chief said.
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsOct 06 03:43 AM
KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — The main group of protesters opposing Nepal's new constitution said its negotiations with the government failed to reach a resolution Tuesday even as a punishing border blockade continued to squeeze the country.
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsOct 05 08:56 AM
KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Leaders of Nepal's three main political parties discussed formation of a new government on Monday following the adoption of a new constitution last month.
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsOct 05 12:51 AM
KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — The main group protesting against a new constitution in Nepal has agreed to sit down for talks with the government in the first step toward easing the lingering crisis in the Himalayan nation.
- New York TimesOct 07 03:45 AM
Negotiators from Nepal's government and the main group protesting against the new constitution have discussed the main issue of expanding the size of proposed states, though little progress was made on the second day of talks.
- Sify NewsOct 07 06:58 AM
Former Nepal Prime Minister Khil RajRegmi today said that Nepal gives due recognition to itsrelation with its neighbours and does not want to snap tieswith India. "Ups and down in a relationship is a natural phenomenon.However, it does no
- ANI via Yahoo! India NewsOct 07 03:24 AM
Birgunj, Raxaul (Indo- Nepal Border), Oct.7 (ANI): India is still ready to move trucks to Nepal, but it would be wrong on humanitarian grounds since the Madhesis are sitting on a strike at the border, the Assistant Commissioner of Customs at Raxaul, Kamlesh Kumar, said on Wednesday. Kumar said, "Madhesis are sitting on a strike, so, if we pass the trucks from here, it would be wrong on ...
- New York TimesOct 05 06:27 AM
Leaders of Nepal's three major political parties have discussed formation of a new government following the adoption of a new constitution last month.