Kathmandu. It has been revealed that there is foreign infiltration in various Islamic schools (madarasas) established in Terai Madhesh of Nepal.

A ground-breaking energy collaboration is poised to reshape the power dynamics of South Asia. Nepal, Bangladesh, and India have inked a historic tripartite agreement which was fortified during Nepalese Prime Minister Puspa Kamal Dahal’s recent visit to India in June 2023.

Kathmandu. A tripartite agreement has been reached to export electricity from Nepal to Bangladesh through the Indian channel.

Chinese citizens visiting different countries as tourists, students, and working professionals have been found to be spying for the Beijing government.

China is rolling out global initiatives as if its “window of opportunity” is closing soon.

Kathmandu- Looking at the trend of work and progress report of Chinese companies working in various construction sectors of Nepal, it is seen that there is a strategy of getting the contract at a low price and then bargaining with the government.

KATHMANDU- As the deadline for the construction of the Muglin-Abukhaireni-Pokhara road section for which the Chinese company has taken the construction contract is approaching, the work has stalled.

China is under the spell of a strange syndrome of falling birth rates. Curiously, the birth rate has fallen to 40% over the past five years.

KATHMANDU: The Nepal Telecom is opting to cancel the contract with Huawei International Singapore about awarding for the “Installation and Commissioning of Point of Interconnection”, which was initiated without adhering to a formal bidding process.

The U.S. State Department's concerns have been ignited by the Chinese communist regime's latest initiative, which encourages citizens to spy on one another.

KATHMANDU: In connection to the gold smuggling case involving 100 kilograms of gold, the Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) apprehended two Chinese nationals.

In the ever-evolving landscape of international relations, understanding public perceptions of neighboring countries is crucial in shaping diplomatic strategies and policies.

A significant challenge that the Chinese society at large has been facing for decades, has been the menace of corruption among some prominent Communist Party of China’s (CPC) members.

According to reports, China is planning to build a "super" dam on the lower levels of the Yarlung-Tsangpo River (known as the Brahmaputra in India) along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Tibet.

The crocodile tears of the rulers of China on the issue of arresting climate change have now been exposed.

OBOR (One Belt One Road) which initially raised lots of hope that it could be instrumental in Nepal’s graduation from LDC is now waning because of its failure to take off as conceived.

In the complex world of international relations, significant events can disappear mysteriously, especially when hidden beneath the covert nature of China's political system.

The recent statement of President Xi Jinping highlighting food security as a major issue for the country and arable land as ‘lifeblood of food production’ indicates the Chinese leadership’s concern over its limited food resources.

China’s regional claim to superiority has begun to take significant shape in the form of encircling Southeast Asian countries.

China’s sports is in the grip of corruption and high handedness which have brought bad publicity to China.

Amid the challenges of a fast-ageing population, the number of marriages in China has reduced by a significant 50 percent in just a decade.

There are growing signs of China getting isolated in the international arena economically. This is standing in the way of the Chinese economy recovering from the slump it had experienced during the pandemic.

With worsening economic imbalances, China’s economy continues to lose momentum. Disappointing June data, including low retail sales, falling export orders and slow industrial production indicate stalled economic recovery.

Colombo. The 88th birth anniversary of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the spiritual and religious leader of the Tibetan people, respected by the whole world, a Buddhist monk with a heart full of compassion, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, was held in Sri Lanka on July 6, 2023 at Kelaniya University.

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) stands out as a prominent global violator of human rights, engaging in various egregious acts.