Nepal Current Affairs - 2020

Nepal finally culminates prolonged meetings

Standing Committee of Nepal’s Communist Party finally concluded the prolonged meeting which convened in July and was long due. It is the longest meeting conducted by the party in recent times. Why the meeting was arranged? Recently when the country launched its new political map, the move put the country in a diplomatic row with Read More…

Nepal’s Prime Minister accused India of Cultural Encroachment by Stating ‘India Created Fake Ayodhya and Lord Rama was Nepali’

On the occasion of Bhanu Jayanti, Nepal’s Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli attended an event organized at his residence in Kathmandu in which he has now accused India of Cultural Encroachment. Nepal’s Prime Minister’s Remarks on Ramayana According to Nepal’s Prime Minister’s Knowledge, India has manipulated the history, Lord Rama was Nepali, Not Indian, Read More…

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13th July: Bhanu Jayanti celebrated in Sikkim

13th July 2020 marks the 206th Birth Anniversary of Bhanubhakta Acharya, he was the first writer to translate the Great Epic of Ancient India- Ramayana from Sanskrit to Nepali. Bhanu Jayanti is also celebrated across the state of Nepal on 13th July every year. Bhanubhakta Acharya Bhanubhakta Acharya was born in Nepal’s Tanahu district. He Read More…

Broadcasting Ban on Indian News Channels in Nepal

On 9th July 2020, except for the Indian State-owned Doordarshan’s news channel DD News, Nepal based Multi-System Operators have issued a broadcasting ban on all other Indian News Channels in Nepal. Nepal Communist Party Accused Indian Media Earlier on 9th July 2020, the Spokesperson of Nepal Communist Party Narayan Kaji Shrestha had accused Indian News Read More…

Sri Lanka and Maldives becomes the First Two Countries from South-East Asia Region of WHO to Eliminate Both Rubella and Measles

Geneva-based World Health Organization (WHO) has announced on 8th July 2020 that Sri Lanka and the Maldives have eliminated Rubella Virus. With this, Sri Lanka and the Maldives became the first two countries from the South East Asia Region of WHO to have successfully eliminated both the Measles and Rubella Virus. Measles Virus Eliminated by Read More…