Agriculture Minister’s Visit to India

Hon Minister for Agriculture, Land Management and Cooperatives, Mr Chakra Pani Khanal visited the Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI) in New Delhi today. Senior officials of the Institute briefed Hon Minister about its research activities related to agriculture development as well as its academic programmes. The Minister also visited the National Phytotron and Phenomics Facilities and the Centre for Protected

Press Note On Chief of Army Staff’s Visit to India

  Chief of Army Staff’s Visit to India The Chief of Army Staff of Nepali Army, General Rajendra Chhetri had a courtesy meeting with Hon. Ms. Nirmala Sitharaman, Defense Minister of India, at the latter’s office in New Delhi today evening. During the meeting, they discussed about the longstanding relation between the two armies, which has remained as an important

India-Nepal Statement on New Partnership in Agriculture

7 April 2018; 1430 hrs Noting the critical importance and contribution of agriculture and allied sectors to their respective economies, the Prime Ministers of India and Nepal reaffirmed their resolve to promote cooperation in agricultural science and technology, agricultural production and agro-processing in line with the Memorandum of Understanding between the two countries for mutual benefit of farmers, consumers, scientific

India-Nepal Statement on New Connectivity through Inland Waterways

7 April 2018; 1430 hrs The Prime Ministers of India and Nepal recognised the untapped potential of inland waterways to contribute towards overall economic development of the region. Taking cognizance of their geographies and noting the development of inland waterways in both countries, the two Prime Ministers took the landmark decision to develop the inland waterways for the movement of

India-Nepal Statement on Expanding Rail Linkages: Connecting Raxaul in India to Kathmandu in Nepal

7 April 2018; 1430 hrs With the objective of expanding connectivity to enhance people-to-people linkages and promote economic growth and development, the Prime Ministers of India and Nepal agreed to construct a new electrified rail line, with India’s financial support, connecting the border city of Raxaul in India to Kathmandu in Nepal. As a first step, it was agreed that