Statement by The Right Hon’ble Prime Minister at Govind Ballabh Panth University of Agriculture and Technology

Statement by The Right Honourable Mr K. P. Sharma Oli, Prime Minister of Nepal at Govind Ballabh Panth University of Agriculture and Technology 08 April 2018 Professor A.K. Mishra, Vice Chancellor of the University Distinguished Professors Members of Faculties Scientists, Researchers  Dear Students and Scholars  Friends of Nepal Ladies and Gentlemen I would like to begin by thanking the University for

Speechby Rt. Hon’ble Mr. K P Sharma Oli, Prime Minister of Nepal at the Civic Reception organized by India Foundation in New Delhi, April 7, 2018

“Nepal-India Relations in 21st Century“   Mr. Chairman, Excellencies, Friends of Nepal, Ladies and Gentlemen, I feel honoured to be here amidst this enlightened gathering. I consider this as a distinct privilege. I am thankful to India Foundation for providing this occasion to share my humble thoughts on the future prospects of Nepal-India relationsand broader geopolitical context surrounding us. Two

Closing Remarks by the Rt. Hon. Prime Minister at Business Interactive Round table, New Delhi, Friday, April 6, 2018

    Dear captains of business and industries from Nepal and India. Thank you for hosting this round table which is different from what I addressed last time. I have carefully listened to you. Very important suggestions and comments have come from the floor. It has been really encouraging to get such valuable feed backs. CEO from Investment Board of

Foreign Secretary of Nepal, Mr Shanker Das Bairagi, speaking in the Raisina Dialogue 2018, on the panel theme “Towards a Bay of Bengal Community: Development, Growth & Security”

Unedited notes from the Foreign Secretary Mr Bairagi’s presentation on BIMSTEC: ## The world has witnessed the waves of liberalization, privatization and globalization. More recently, the forces of economic nationalism have been quite active. Amidst these uneven developments and contradictions, we, the BIMSTEC members, need to define a vision for where we will be heading as a region and as

Statement by the Right Honorable Mr. Sher Bahadur Deuba Prime Minister of Nepal at the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry New Delhi, August 23, 2017

Mr. Chairperson, Excellencies, Presidents of the Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Members of my delegation, Ladies and gentlemen, I am honored to address this august gathering of business leaders from India and Nepal. I feel that an interaction of this kind helps understand each other. They place us on the same page about the challenges and opportunities in both our

Statement by Hon. Dr. Prakash Sharan Mahat, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Nepal, at the Panel on “Big Politics & New Challenges” organized during the 2nd Raisina Dialogue, New Delhi, 17 January 2017

Statement by Hon. Dr. Prakash Sharan Mahat, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Nepal, at the Panel on “Big Politics & New Challenges” organized during the 2nd Raisina Dialogue, New Delhi, 17 January 2017 His Excellency M J Abkar, Minister of State for External Affairs His Excellency Hamid Karzai, Former President of Afghanistan, His Excellency Kevin Rudd, Former Prime Minister of