Modi's Nepal visit

After the afterglow, the stocktaking

Narendra Modi’s Nepal trip seemed to be personal, political and geopolitical, all rolled into one. The visit did gladden many Nepalis but left open the question as to how the Prime Minister plans to reach out to the other South Asian neighbours

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Modi's Jeet Bahadur a celebrity at home

His popularity has reached new heights, and now people are lining up outside his family's small house in a Nepal village to catch a glimpse of him.

After winning hearts, Modi ends historic Nepal visit

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi ended a historic two-day Nepal visit on a positive note, urging political leaders to work together for a new constitution and stressing the need for greater economic and strategic cooperation between the two neighbouring nations that have strong civilizational ties.

After Modi?,

One of the best things about Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit was how #Nepal trended on Twitter and other social media sites for positive reasons. It is very rare to remember an occasion where Nepal has been discussed positively and Nepalis themselves have taken things positively.

New thinking in India-Nepal

Relations between India and Nepal have been close since ancient times. The open border between the two countries is testimony to this unique relationship. This has greatly facilitated the movement of people from either side of the territory and interactions at the people-to-people level. 

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IMF cuts India's growth projection, but it still retains world's top spot

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