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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby schinnas » 07 Jul 2020 17:51

I would imagine Cheen is pumping millions of USD to buy out corrupt Nepali politicians.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby KL Dubey » 08 Jul 2020 04:40

^^Ollie has it coming to him.

Nepal, a totally underdeveloped country of 20 million (less than the size of Delhi) with nothing of significance except for its Bharatiya sanskriti (of which the Himalayan geography is very much a part), seems to have absolutely no viability as a separate country.

The sooner PM Modi and HM Shah stand up and make a clear statement that integration is the only option, the better. A clear plan and swift action is needed.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby RKumar » 09 Jul 2020 00:10

Abhi cheene kam ho gayi hain ab tera kya hoga snake oil

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby eklavya » 09 Jul 2020 02:52

The Oli government’s foreign policy is lopsided and lacks coherence, say opposition parties and experts

The opposition parties took exception to the Oli government’s sudden decision to prorogue the House at a time when dozens of bills were awaiting parliamentary endorsement.

As pressure mounted from his own party leaders to resign, Oli on Thursday decided to prorogue the federal parliament. The prorogation means that his opponents cannot bring a vote of no confidence against him. It also provides Oli with ground to introduce an ordinance if he wants to split the party.


A China-owned communist scoundrel suspending parliamentary accountability? Hardly surprising. Does Nepal have a Supreme Court where this assault on democracy can be challenged? When BoJo tried this trick in the UK, the Supreme Court made him undo the prorogation.

“For any foreign policy, trust, credibility and coherence are of utmost importance. But we have been exercising a double standard, which effectively means we have no standard.”


Well said.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby darshan » 09 Jul 2020 17:16

Chinese Envoy Hou Yanqi Exceeds Diplomatic Brief, Pressurises Leaders Of Nepal's Communist Party
https://swarajyamag.com/insta/chinese-e ... nist-party
The report adds that the Chinese Ambassador's actions which exceed her diplomatic brief are being criticised in the Nepali media over the dept of Chinese penetration in the country.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby eklavya » 09 Jul 2020 19:07

It’s so obvious to the whole world that General Naravane was precisely 100% accurate when he said that Oli was acting on the behest of a foreign power. Oli is a shameless traitor with zero self respect. Oli is blatantly a Chinese puppet and all pretence in this regard has been abandoned, as the Chinese Ambassador runs in a frenzy around Kathmandu trying to save her lap dog.

Chinese ambassador meets with Dahal

Over the past days, Hou has met with President Bidhya Devi Bhandari, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, two senior leaders of the ruling party and former prime ministers Madhav Kumar Nepal Jhalanath Khanal and some government ministers.

The meetings come at a time when the ruling party has seen deep rifts, with a faction led by Dahal and Nepal pressing Oli to resign both as party chair and prime minister.

The crisis until last week had reached a tipping point, with Oli even signalling that he could split the party if pressure continued to mount on him to resign.

Hou had made similar rounds to ruling party leaders’ residences back in May as well when the Nepal Communist Party was in a deep trouble. Meeting with Oli, Dahal, Nepal and other senior party leaders, Hou had then advised party unity.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby KL Dubey » 09 Jul 2020 21:49

With the anti-CCP storm sweeping the world, there has been no better time since 1950 to integrate Nepal and Bhutan. Not only will the world "look the other way", many will fully congratulate India on ensuring real freedom in these areas and literally saving them from the clutches of the CCP. We missed in 1947. Time to not miss this bus again. The Chinese are openly running amok in Nepal and threatening Bhutan ever more nastily every year.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby KL Dubey » 09 Jul 2020 21:56

eklavya wrote:It’s so obvious to the whole world that General Naravane was precisely 100% accurate when he said that Oli was acting on the behest of a foreign power. Oli is a shameless traitor with zero self respect. Oli is blatantly a Chinese puppet and all pretence in this regard has been abandoned, as the Chinese Ambassador runs in a frenzy around Kathmandu trying to save her lap dog.


What you say about Ollie is true, but we should not make it sound as though "all would be well if not for Ollie". The entire system in Nepal (communist party + the anti-India "pahadi elite" who would rather let Nepalis starve than join India + extreme Chinese interference) is headed to the sh!tter. This system is the Nepali version of the Pak "we will eat grass..." mentality. Ollie is just the latest example.

It is time to abandon a tactical approach in Nepal that lurches from tiding over one crisis after the other, to a sweeping strategic approach focused on integration.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby g.sarkar » 10 Jul 2020 02:32

https://www.firstpost.com/india/nepal-b ... 78981.html
Nepal bans all Indian news channel except Doordarshan, slams 'defamatory' coverage of PM KP Oli
News agency ANI also quoted Nepali cable TV providers to report that signals for Indian news channels have been switched off in the country.
FP Staff July 09, 2020

At a time when Nepal is going through political turbulence and India-Nepal relations remain strained, Kathmandu has banned all Indian news channels except the state broadcaster Doordarshan starting today evening.
The report was carried in Nepalese publication The Himalayan Times, while in India, Free Press Journal carried a report and India Today foreign affairs editor put out a tweet confirming the same. News agency ANI also quoted Nepali cable TV providers to report that signals for Indian news channels have been switched off in the country.
According to The Himalayan Times, the move comes after some TV channels indulged in "defamatory" reportage about Nepal's prime minister KP Sharma Oli and the Chinese envoy to Nepal Hou Yanqi.
"These measures follow the events wherein an Indian news channel, Zee Hindustan, broadcasted an imaginative and defamatory programme linking PM Oli with Chinese ambassador to Nepal Hou Yanqi," The Himalayan Times said.
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Gautam

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby bharathp » 13 Jul 2020 23:23

"Real Ayodhya lies in Nepal, not in India. Lord Ram is Nepali not Indian: Nepali media quotes Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli (file pic)"
https://www.indiatvnews.com/news/india/ ... ark-633961

this guy needs to be dealt with.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby kit » 13 Jul 2020 23:54

bharathp wrote:"Real Ayodhya lies in Nepal, not in India. Lord Ram is Nepali not Indian: Nepali media quotes Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli (file pic)"
https://www.indiatvnews.com/news/india/ ... ark-633961

this guy needs to be dealt with.


that's good , now India can claim Ram and Nepal by default :mrgreen:

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby Bart S » 14 Jul 2020 04:26

bharathp wrote:"Real Ayodhya lies in Nepal, not in India. Lord Ram is Nepali not Indian: Nepali media quotes Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli (file pic)"
https://www.indiatvnews.com/news/india/ ... ark-633961

this guy needs to be dealt with.


Well, at least we can be thankful that he didn't claim that he was Chinese :rotfl:

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby KL Dubey » 14 Jul 2020 04:27

bharathp wrote:"Real Ayodhya lies in Nepal, not in India. Lord Ram is Nepali not Indian: Nepali media quotes Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli (file pic)"
https://www.indiatvnews.com/news/india/ ... ark-633961

this guy needs to be dealt with.


These kinds of claims from a commie are nothing new: commies and pinkos in JNU etc have for decades been cooking up theories that Ayodhya (Saket) in UP is not the one referred to in the Ramayana (which according to these guys either did not exist or is somewhere else).

Never heard of Birgunj or Thori, but looked them up on the map. They are nowhere close to the Sarayu (Ghaghara) river. Unfortunately there is no place in Nepal on the Sarayu river for Ollie to claim as Ayodhya. :rotfl:

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby sudarshan » 14 Jul 2020 06:34

KL Dubey wrote:Never heard of Birgunj or Thori, but looked them up on the map. They are nowhere close to the Sarayu (Ghaghara) river. Unfortunately there is no place in Nepal on the Sarayu river for Ollie to claim as Ayodhya. :rotfl:


But there could be a river in Nepal which he claims is the real Sarayu.

But seriously - it is said that seven villages in Greece vie for the honor of being the birthplace of Homer. Long ago I read some essay written by a Thai person, in which (s)he was arguing that the Ramayana happened in Thailand, and with alternative locations for Lanka, Ayodhya, and all the rest of it. It's good to have this kind of vying and yearning to be the "real" location (imitation being the sincerest form of flattery after all), so long as their claims can be dismissed relatively easily. Don't drop the ball on copyright (like the Jews did with a certain messiah - what a blunder that was), but keep the claimants in good humor.

In Nepal's case, of course, they just have to re-embrace their motherland, and then they don't have to be outsiders peering into the paradise anymore.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby KL Dubey » 14 Jul 2020 08:00

Well then, yes indeed, Nepal is the truest version of Bharat and its time for the tricolor in Kathmandu (and "Ayodhya").

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby Aditya_V » 14 Jul 2020 11:12

KP Oli has lost it, he is behaving like the erstwhile Sikkim king, if he and China continue on this path, there will be referendum in Nepal like Sikkim in 1975.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Sikkim

The chogyal, who responded to the increased pressure by drinking, was viewed by India as politically dangerous, especially after his wife, the American socialite Hope Cooke, advocated a return of certain former Sikkimese properties.

In December 1950, by signing the "India - Sikkim Peace Treaty", Sikkim became India's protectorate. India took control of Sikkim in April 1973 as its associate state as the people overthrew the monarchy. On April 9, 1975, the Sikkim Parliament announced the king was deposed and declared Sikkim had become part of India through a referendum. On May 16, the Indian parliament announced that Sikkim officially became a state of India.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby chetak » 14 Jul 2020 20:54

pehle bol deta oli.

bekaar me masjid girwa di humse.

ab agli karsewa kathmandu me hogi.

chalo kathmandu.

Ram Lala hum aayenge, Mandir wahi banayenge





ANI@ANI · 23h
Real Ayodhya lies in Nepal, not in India. Lord Ram is Nepali not Indian: Nepali media quotes Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli


that shithead oli has crossed all limits. :mrgreen:

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby Vivasvat » 14 Jul 2020 22:22

Nepal Airlines decides to ground Chinese aircraft for good to cut losses
Six China-made Y12e and MA60 were once said to mark the beginning of a new era, but over the last six years, they have become an albatross around the national carrier’s neck.
https://kathmandupost.com/national/2020/07/13/nepal-airlines-decides-to-ground-chinese-aircraft-for-good-to-cut-losses
Some excerpts from the article...
Three months after the incident, the Nepal Airlines Corporation board of directors unanimously decided not to fly two types of Chinese aircraft—the 17-seater Y12e and the 56-seater MA60—from July 16 anymore.

Of the two MA60s in the national flag carrier's fleet, one has been grounded for nearly three years.

The Chinese government said that Nepal would have to buy a number of aircraft if it wanted “some for free”. At that time, two teams—one each from Nepal and Bangladesh—had gone to China to examine the planes.

“The Bangladeshi team reported back to their government that the plane was not suitable for their country, but the Nepali experts said that it was fine for Nepal. The government then began the process to buy Chinese planes based on the experts' advice,”

Pahari says it was the worst decision on the part of the national flag carrier.

In November 2012, Nepal Airlines signed a commercial agreement with Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC), a Chinese government undertaking, to procure six aircraft—two 56-seater MA60s and four 17-seater Y12es.

As part of the deal, China provided one MA60 and one Y12e worth Rs2.94 billion as gift in 2014. The other aircraft were bought for Rs3.72 billion with a soft loan provided by China’s EXIM Bank.

In 2014, one 17-seater Y12e aircraft and one 58-seater MA60 arrived in Kathmandu, and in a foreshadowing of what the new era would look like, they never took to the air.

Everyone wondered why.

Nepal Airlines Corporation did not have any pilots trained to fly the Chinese aircraft. Six years later, there is still nobody to fly them.

The Nepal government has to pay an annual interest rate of 1.5 percent and a service charge and management expenses amounting to 0.4 percent of the overall loan amount taken by the Ministry of Finance as per the deal. The ministry, in turn, would charge Nepal Airlines an annual interest rate of 8 percent on the disbursed loan amount.

According to Gautam, the Y12e's performance is not up to par when it comes to flying to airports in high-altitude regions such as Manang and Dolpa, but it can fly reasonably well to airports in the hilly region.

“Many experts had said that the Y12e would be a fitting alternative to the Canadian-built Twin Otter—the corporation’s workhorse serving remote routes since the 1970s. But that proved wrong,” said the official. “It was nothing more than a white elephant.”

“We don’t know why pilots are not eager to fly these planes even though multiple pilot vacancies have been published.”

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby chetak » 15 Jul 2020 23:47

KL Dubey wrote:
bharathp wrote:"Real Ayodhya lies in Nepal, not in India. Lord Ram is Nepali not Indian: Nepali media quotes Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli (file pic)"
https://www.indiatvnews.com/news/india/ ... ark-633961

this guy needs to be dealt with.


These kinds of claims from a commie are nothing new: commies and pinkos in JNU etc have for decades been cooking up theories that Ayodhya (Saket) in UP is not the one referred to in the Ramayana (which according to these guys either did not exist or is somewhere else).

Never heard of Birgunj or Thori, but looked them up on the map. They are nowhere close to the Sarayu (Ghaghara) river. Unfortunately there is no place in Nepal on the Sarayu river for Ollie to claim as Ayodhya. :rotfl:



Nepal Scrambles To Damage-Control Mode After Oli’s ‘Ram Was Nepali’ Comments https://swarajyamag.com/news-brief/nepal-scrambles-to-damage-control-mode-after-olis-ram-was-nepali-comments via @swarajyamag

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby Lisa » 17 Jul 2020 17:17

Could someone translate for this illiterate? :)

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby darshan » 17 Jul 2020 17:22

Lisa wrote:Could someone translate for this illiterate? :)

Oli: Rama is Nepali and Ayodhya is in Nepal
Other fellow: sir, if you could've also said that the bow that God Rama broke was chinese made.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby darshan » 17 Jul 2020 17:39

India and Bhutan open new trade route to boost trade
https://www.wionews.com/india-news/indi ... ade-313593

With an aim to increase trade and connectivity, India and Bhutan on Wednesday opened a new land trade route. The trade route will link West Bengal's Jaigaon with Ahlay, Pasakha in Bhutan.

Calling it a "step forward", Indian Envoy to Bhutan Ruchira Kamboj said," it will facilitate connectivities between our two countries in these COVID 19 times, further strengthening our special relationship."

Land Customs station has been opened at Ahllay, Pasakha by the Indian govt at the request of Bhutanese government as part of the new land route.

Indian envoy said,"Bhutan is India’s closest partner and friend and given the excellent bilateral relationship between our two countries and keeping in view as well the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic situation, this access to Ahllay should further facilitate trade and commerce between our two countries.”

The new route for Pasakha Industrial Estate in Bhutan will decongest vehicular traffic along the Jaigaon-Phuentsholing route and boost bilateral trade & commerce. It is especially beneficial for movement of heavy vehicles like trucks and industrial raw materials from India into Bhutan.

India is Bhutan's largest trading partner. The bilateral trade stood at Rs 9227 crores in 2018. Bhutan imports mineral products, machinery and mechanical appliances, electrical equipments, base metals, vehicles, vegetable products, plastics and articles from India. The country exports to India electricity, portland cement, dolomite, timber and wood products, potatoes, cardamom and fruit products.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby Lisa » 17 Jul 2020 19:05

Darshanji

Thank you.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby darshan » 25 Jul 2020 21:30

Nepal: Indian national Munna Mohammed throws acid at woman on the orders of Nepalese employer Mohammad Alam, both accused arrested
https://www.opindia.com/2020/07/nepal-a ... kathmandu/
One Indian national has been arrested in Nepal for an acid attack on a 22-year-old woman of Sitapaila in Kathmandu. Munna Mohammad attacked the woman at the behest of his employer Mohammad Alam, who is a citizen of Nepal. The woman is currently undergoing treatment at kirtipur Hospital in Kathmandu where her condition is believed to be stable.

Preliminary investigation suggested that Mohammad Alam instructed his employee to carry out the attack after the woman did not accept her marriage proposal. “I never thought that Alam was in love with me. For me he is like a brother,” the victim was quoted as saying.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby ricky_v » 27 Jul 2020 07:20

https://thediplomat.com/2020/07/chinas-bhutan-gambit/
Since early June, China has laid claim to the Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary, which covers an area of 650 sq km and lies in Bhutan’s eastern district of Trashigang.

The Sakteng sanctuary adjoins West Kameng district and Tawang disticts in India’s Arunachal Pradesh state. Its strategic value lies in its proximity to Arunachal Pradesh, where China claims around 90,000 sq km of Indian territory. Tawang, the major bone of contention between India and China in the eastern sector of their border dispute, lies to the northeast of the Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary.

In 1996, China put forward a package proposal, under which it offered to recognize Bhutanese sovereignty over the Pasamlung and Jakarlung valleys in return for Bhutan recognizing Chinese sovereignty over Doklam, Sinchulung, Dramana, and Shakhatoe in the western sector. Bhutan has not accepted this proposal to date.

According to reports in the Indian media, India plans to construct a road from Guwahati to Tawang via the Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary. The proposed road will shorten travel distance between Guwahati in Assam and Tawang by 150 km and reduce travel time between the two places from the current 15 hours to around 10 hours.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby amar_p » 09 Aug 2020 23:09

Our nrighbour PMs are trying to out do each other on who can be the wackiest :rotfl:


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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby KL Dubey » 10 Aug 2020 00:35

amar_p wrote:Our nrighbour PMs are trying to out do each other on who can be the wackiest :rotfl:


Wackiness aside, he is trying in vain to bolster a separate "Nepali" identity that justifies a separate country.

However, Nepali is just a regional affiliation like Gujarati or Tamizhan. All are "Indians" and part of Akhand Bharat. A few decades of waiting for Nepal to be annexed is just a drop in the bucket of the the bigger picture.

Bhutan and Tibet are also part of Akhand Bharat. So are Pstan and BDesh, but these places are currently not ripe for discussion.

Sita was a Nepali, so what ? And even if we assume Ram was a Nepali, how does it change anything ? Ravana was from NOIDA, does it mean Sri Lanka and Bharat are separate?

Nepalis are Indians and will formally become Indian citizens in the future. Nepal has no viability or justification as a separate country.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby Jarita » 10 Aug 2020 10:55

KL Dubey wrote:
amar_p wrote:Our nrighbour PMs are trying to out do each other on who can be the wackiest :rotfl:


Wackiness aside, he is trying in vain to bolster a separate "Nepali" identity that justifies a separate country.

However, Nepali is just a regional affiliation like Gujarati or Tamizhan. All are "Indians" and part of Akhand Bharat. A few decades of waiting for Nepal to be annexed is just a drop in the bucket of the the bigger picture.

Bhutan and Tibet are also part of Akhand Bharat. So are Pstan and BDesh, but these places are currently not ripe for discussion.

Sita was a Nepali, so what ? And even if we assume Ram was a Nepali, how does it change anything ? Ravana was from NOIDA, does it mean Sri Lanka and Bharat are separate?

Nepalis are Indians and will formally become Indian citizens in the future. Nepal has no viability or justification as a separate country.


Why is Nepal even a separate country? The monarchy should never be disbanded.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby Yayavar » 10 Aug 2020 11:44

Bharat did not imply single rule - just a single symbiotic world view. So Nepal could be part of the world view and prosper. Doesn't have to be part of the same nation state unless of course, Nepalis choose to do so themselves.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby KL Dubey » 10 Aug 2020 16:18

Yayavar wrote:Bharat did not imply single rule - just a single symbiotic world view. So Nepal could be part of the world view and prosper. Doesn't have to be part of the same nation state unless of course, Nepalis choose to do so themselves.


^^This was part of Banditji's naive dreams. It is not realistic today given 70 years of experience. In the distant past, symbiotic world view with Bharat was enough. All that mattered was the view of the royal families and elites who intermarried with other royals/elites from different parts of Bharat, with the welfare of the common man essentially hinged on the magnanimity of whoever was on the throne.

Today, full political/military/economic union is imperative in order to ensure a secure land and future for all people in the region. Akhand Bharat, not just Bharat.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby KL Dubey » 10 Aug 2020 16:31

Jarita wrote:Why is Nepal even a separate country? The monarchy should never be disbanded.


That may be, but the Nepali monarchy and the commies are two sides of the same fake coin. Authoritarian rule one way or the other. Nepali elections are a sham, more than 90% of the parliament is either commie or pinko.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby jaysimha » 10 Aug 2020 16:49

KL Dubey wrote:
Jarita wrote:Why is Nepal even a separate country? The monarchy should never be disbanded.


That may be, but the Nepali monarchy and the commies are two sides of the same fake coin. Authoritarian rule one way or the other. Nepali elections are a sham, more than 90% of the parliament is either commie or pinko.


No Sir, I agree with KL Dubey.. Nepal King(s) were pro India.
it was this UPAvasi govt which pulled out the support for Nepal king. I remember Congi Karan sing Meeting Nepal King and telling him to implement "democrazy"

No wonder Congi upavasis were acting on behalf of western powers.

https://www.hindustantimes.com/india/pm-sends-karan-singh-to-nepal/story-OsuLfcqsq3gMnRAygk3mAN.html

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby Jarita » 10 Aug 2020 20:10

No Sir, I agree with KL Dubey.. Nepal King(s) were pro India.
it was this UPAvasi govt which pulled out the support for Nepal king. I remember Congi Karan sing Meeting Nepal King and telling him to implement "democrazy"


No wonder Congi upavasis were acting on behalf of western powers.

But never did he ask them to become part of India. How villainous was Maino/ Globalist MMS UPA. If you meet the remnants of monarchy scattered across, they blatantly blame Maino/MMS for destroying the kingdom.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby Yayavar » 12 Aug 2020 13:07

KL Dubey wrote:
Yayavar wrote:Bharat did not imply single rule - just a single symbiotic world view. So Nepal could be part of the world view and prosper. Doesn't have to be part of the same nation state unless of course, Nepalis choose to do so themselves.


^^This was part of Banditji's naive dreams. It is not realistic today given 70 years of experience. In the distant past, symbiotic world view with Bharat was enough. All that mattered was the view of the royal families and elites who intermarried with other royals/elites from different parts of Bharat, with the welfare of the common man essentially hinged on the magnanimity of whoever was on the throne.

Today, full political/military/economic union is imperative in order to ensure a secure land and future for all people in the region. Akhand Bharat, not just Bharat.


That naivette and Nepal's desire (Tribhuvan?) died in 50's itself or certainly by 60s. Anyway, any such integration will require Nepalis wanting it too. Hoping for the best.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby darshan » 14 Aug 2020 10:28

After exposing Chinese occupation of Rui village, journalist Balram Baniya found dead under mysterious circumstances in Nepal: Details
https://www.opindia.com/2020/08/journal ... i-village/
Two months after he was suspended over a critical story on Chinese occupation of Rui village in Nepal, 50-year-old journalist Balram Baniya was reportedly found dead near the Mando Hydropower Project in Sisneri in Makawanpur, Nepal on Tuesday.

As per reports, Baniya was out of touch with his family since Monday. His last communication with his office was regarding a news article on Ram Chandra Poudel, a Nepali Congress leader. His dead body was found afloat in the Bagmati river adjoining the Balkhu bridge and was kept at Hetauda hospital. Although his corpse was recovered on Tuesday itself, it took a day for the police to confirm his identity.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby g.sarkar » 14 Aug 2020 10:44

'Why are Gurkhas joining Indian Army?': China wants Nepal NGO to audit
Aug 12, 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5sz1mlosmk
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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby chetak » 14 Aug 2020 11:37

Strangely enough, the commie wanker yetch-ury was chosen by the congis to "negotiate" with the commies in nepal on behalf of the then GoI.

the long term insidious links between the commies and the congis ensured that the maximum damage was done to Hindu civilizational interests both in India as well as nepal and The international links of Indian Communists: How India’s communists betrayed the nation ensured that the BIF had their way and say in how things went down in nepal after the monarchy was abolished and the results are there for anyone to see today

all this went down during the UPA watch with full cooperation as well as the connivance of the eyetalian famiglia, the BIF and the equally trecherous commies.

Now that the cheeni commies have siezed control of the anti India initiative that is today driving nepal is a disaster that was simply waiting to happen and the cheenis had planned for this outcome by carefull planning done years ago.

wasn't it under the eyetalian matha that the monarchy was brought down in nepal and the country was made sickular to ensure the conversion mafia of the rolers and the ropers to take root and flourish.

they are now questioning how the nepalis are joining the Indian Army and very soon the cheeni will make serious efforts to get the nepalis to join the PLA, albeit to play a local role initially and maybe later to possibly expand into a policing role in places outside nepal where the cheeni may want to keep their faces out of direct public view by putting down nepali boots on the ground.

The Elaborate And Perverse Beijing-Backed Plot To Break Civilisational Ties Between India And Nepal



The Elaborate And Perverse Beijing-Backed Plot To Break Civilisational Ties Between India And Nepal

Jaideep Mazumdar
Aug 13, 2020

The Elaborate And Perverse Beijing-Backed Plot To Break Civilisational Ties Between India And Nepal


Snapshot
Indian and Nepali people share civilisational ties that are based on the shared heritage of Hinduism and Buddhism.
Nepal’s Communists, ever since they gained critical political mass, have been trying to question and rupture this heritage.


Nepal’s Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli’s remark at a function in the middle of last month that the real Ayodhya is in Nepal and Bhagwan Ram was born in Nepal, and his repetition of this claim earlier this week, was not a casual claim born out of his antipathy towards India.

It was, say analysts, a deliberate and well-thought-out remark. And it was part of a gameplan to rupture the age-old civilisational ties that exist between the people of Nepal and India.

China, along with Pakistan, are part of this complex plot.

The objective is to slowly wean Nepal away from India’s sphere of influence and make it an inalienable part of a Pakistan-Nepal-China axis that will emerge as a permanent headache for India.

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Re: Nepal and Bhutan News and discussion

Postby chetak » 16 Aug 2020 20:14

has that arse oli claimed 15 aug is nepal's independence day as yet :mrgreen:


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