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<strong>Nepal</strong> to sign power trade accord with India

Nepal to sign power trade accord with India

30 Jul 2014

Kathmandu: Nepal's three major political parties the Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and UCPN (Maoist) late on Tuesday consented to the government's plan to sign a power trade agreement (PTA) with India during the forthcoming visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Nepal,  power trade agreement,   PTA,   Narendra Modi,   Sushil Koirala,   India-Nepal bilateral ties,  
Rajasthan roadways workers protest denationalising of routes, call <strong>strike</strong>

Rajasthan roadways workers protest denationalising of routes, call strike

30 Jul 2014

Jaipur: Public transport services were hit in Rajasthan on Wednesday with the beginning of a two-day strike by the employees of Rajasthan Roadways Service against the government's announcement to denationalize the nationalized routes.

Rajasthan roadways,   roadways workers,   roadways workers protest,   strike,   Rajasthan,  
<strong>Nepal</strong> PM Sushil Koirala to break protocol to receive Narendra Modi at airport

Nepal PM Sushil Koirala to break protocol to receive Narendra Modi at airport

29 Jul 2014

Kathmandu: Breaking protocol, Nepal Premier Sushil Koirala will personally receive Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the airport on Sunday.

Nepal Premier,   Sushil Koirala,   Narendra Modi,   Tribhuvan International Airport,   Nepali Congress,   Modi to visit Nepal,  
Sushma Swaraj visits Pashupatinath Temple in <strong>Nepal</strong>

Sushma Swaraj visits Pashupatinath Temple in Nepal

28 Jul 2014

Kathmandu: India’ foreign minister Sushma Swaraj paid visit to revered Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu during her three-day visit to Nepal.

Sushma Swaraj,   India’ foreign minister,   Pashupatinath Temple,   Nepal,   Nepal’s Deputy Prime Minister ,  
‘Kick’ to <strong>strike</strong> gold in Pakistan box-office

‘Kick’ to strike gold in Pakistan box-office

29 Jul 2014

Karachi: Salman Khan's Eid release 'Kick' is expected to shatter all the records for the box-office collections on the first week in Pakistan. The movie, which has already drawn big crowds in some preview screenings, being run in the multiplexes in Karachi.

Kick,   Bollywood movie,   Salman Khan,   Salman Khan movies,   Pakistan,   Pakistan box-0ffice ,  
Medical interns on indefinite <strong>strike</strong> in Madurai

Medical interns on indefinite strike in Madurai

28 Jul 2014

Madurai: About 400 medical Interns at the Government Rajaji Hospital here and Government hospitals in Southern districts on Monday began their indefinite boycott of work demanding an increase in stipend, revised in 2004.

Medical interns,   Government Rajaji Hospital,   MBBS,   PG interns,   Interns' Association,   ,  
Sushma Swaraj trip sets tone for Narendra Modi visit: <strong>Nepal</strong> daily

Sushma Swaraj trip sets tone for Narendra Modi visit: Nepal daily

28 Jul 2014

Kathmandu: Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's three-day trip to Nepal set the ‘political tone’ for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's much-anticipated official visit here, stated a report of Nepal daily on Monday.

Sushma Swaraj,   Indian External Affairs Minister,   three-day trip to Nepal,   Nepal,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi ,  
India, <strong>Nepal</strong> agree to review 1950 treaty

India, Nepal agree to review 1950 treaty

27 Jul 2014

Kathmandu: India and Nepal on Saturday agreed to "review" and adjust" the Treaty of Peace and Friendship of 1950 to reflect the current realties.

India,   Nepal,   1950 treaty,   Mahendra Bahadur Pandey,   Sushma Swaraj,   Kathmandu,   Indo-Nepal Joint Commission,  
Perera double-<strong>strike</strong> rocks South Africa

Perera double-strike rocks South Africa

26 Jul 2014

Colombo: Dilruwan Perera grabbed two wickets in three balls to push South Africa on the back foot despite an unbeaten 77 by captain Hashim Amla in the second Test against Sri Lanka on Friday.

Dilruwan Perera,   Sri Lanka,   South Africa,   Colombo Test,   Hashim Amla,   AB de Villiers,   Test match,   lunch,  
China plans railway to India, <strong>Nepal</strong> borders in next six years

China plans railway to India, Nepal borders in next six years

24 Jul 2014

Beijing: China plans to extend a railway line linking Tibet with the rest of the country to the borders of India, Nepal and Bhutan by 2020 once an extension to a key site in Tibetan Buddhism opens, a state-run newspaper reported on Thursday.

China,   railways,   Nepal,   India,   Bhutan,   development,  

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