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Beyond neighborhood: Going beyond neighborhood will help free Nepal from clutches of geopolitical vulnerabilities and lessens our asymmetric dependence on neighbors, by Gaurav Bhattarai (rep 22/02/2018)

Visiting Chinese minister meets with party leaders (kp 21/02/2018), China committed to supporting Nepal, says Guo Yezhou (ht 21/02/2018)

18,000 Chinese tourists entered Nepal via Rasuwagadhi in 2017, by Himnath Devkota (kp 19/02/2018)

A global focus: Nepal’s geo-strategic position makes it the fulcrum in the balance of regional and global politics, by Asmita Verma (kp 18/02/2018)

40k Chinese tourists expected during Chinese New Year (kp 16/02/2018)

‘Develop surface links under Silk Road plan’ (kp 13/02/2018), Nepal urged to finalise projects under Belt and Road Initiative (ht 13/02/2018)

As China sees Playing the role of a transit country, Nepal can become a stage for cooperation instead of a “boxing arena”, by Gao Liang (kp 06/02/2018)

Nepal-China power line feasibility report filed: The proposed transmission line will be 80km long n Estimated to cost Rs 10 billion, by Bibek Subedi (kp 03/02/2018)

Fuel trade with China in doubt as govt shuts NTL (ht 01/02/2018)

Anxiety of stability: Oli seems to be laying the groundwork for balancing relations with India and China but how it will play out is yet to be seen, by Som P. Pudasaini (rep 30/01/2018), Politico-diplomatic quandary: Nepal must have a pragmatic and consensus based foreign policy to pursue balanced relations with India and China, by Som P. Pudasaini (kp 31/01/2018)

Chinese envoy hails bilateral ties under NC-led govt (kp 25/01/2018)

Rasuwagadhi dry port building okayed, by Balram Ghimire (kp 23/01/2018), Efficiency of ports, acceleration in project implementation stressed (ht 21/01/2018)

Nepal approves preliminary design of Timure dry port (ht 17/01/2018)

Container movement through Rasuwagadhi to be stopped for a week, by Himnath Devkota (rep 15/01/2018)

Chinese rider on Tatopani: Joint command mechanism; Nepal wants China to modify the proposal as there are sensitive issues involved, by Rewati Sapkota (ht 14/01/2018)

OBOR: Road to Prosperity, by Dinesh C. Devkota (rn 13/01/2018)

China’s president may visit in second week of April, says Agni Sapkota (ht 13/01/2018)

China provides post-flood recovery help: China, in partnership with the UNDP, to provide $4 million to support recovery efforts in Tarai region affected by one of the worst floods in recent history (kp 12/01/2018)

Trilateral cooperation: Rather than looking for equidistance, Nepal should try and achieve more proximity with both its neighbours, by Lok Raj Baral (kp 12/01/2018)

Chinese JV gets NEA nod for 220kV substation in Barhabise (kp 10/01/2018)

‘Chinese nationals top list of expats obtaining work permits’, by Chandan Kumar Mandal (kp 09/01/2018)

OBOR and agriculture: OBOR can help Nepal achieve Sustainable Development Goals through agriculture development as agricultural cooperation has started to flourish among OBOR countries, by Bhairab Raj Kaini (rep 07/01/2018)

Chinese Red Cross to build warehouse for Nepal Red Cross (kp 05/01/2018)

Tread with caution: Both Nepal and China look excited about BRI projects. But Nepal needs to carefully assess experiences of other countries before moving forward, by Purna Bahadur Thapa (rep 03/01/2018)

Beijing yet to respond to proposed Transit Protocol, by Anil Giri (kp 02/01/2018)

Interconnecting ways: Construction of economic corridor between Nepal and its immediate neighbours may bring immense benefits to all three, by Aditya Baral (kp 02/01/2018)

A peaceful rise: A new development model based on cultural values is expected to emerge in Nepal, by Sangita Bhandari (kp 29/12/2017)

Chinese investment pouring in hospitality sector (rep 29/12/2017)

China proposes joint security mechanism along border with Nepal, by Rewati Sapkota (ht 26/12/2017)

Geopolitical romanticism: Nepal should see both India and China from a creative, geo-cultural perspective where hostility is given no place, by Abhi Subedi (kp 24/12/2017)

Dissecting the BRI: The potential benefits are juxtaposed with concerns stemming from contrasting political winds of the dragon and the tiger, by Sandesh Paudyal and Binaya Bogati (rep 21/12/2017)

‘China committed to helpingneighbours in every sector’ (kp 20/12/2017)

Oli and co visit Rasuwagadhi border point, by Balram Ghimire (kp 20/12/2017)

Chinese president may visit Nepal in March (ht 19/12/2017)

The foreign hand: Nepal dislikes intervention and appreciates a ‘hands-off’ approach when it comes to its internal affairs, by Jainendra Jeevan (kp 15/12/2017)

Chinese investors scout for opportunities in Lumbini, by Sher Bahadur KC (rep 15/12/2017)

Who won: India or China? Having secured a mandate to rule for next five years, no one should be surprised if new Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli makes a concerted effort to improve frayed ties with India, by Biswas Baral (rep 14/12/2017)

Dealing With Neighbours, by Madhavji Shrestha (rn 13/12/2017)

Ministries fail to submit project proposals for BRI (kp 11/12/2017)

MoF issues 5-day deadline to submit BRI project proposals (kp 27/11/2017)

Border with China sealed for 72 hrs (kp 24/11/2017)

When giants clash: Cancellation of Budhi Gandaki did not go down well in Beijing. So why was Chinese envoy at such pains to talk up good relations with Nepal?, by Biswas Baral (rep 23/11/2017), Chinese worried about Nepal’s frequent regime change and policy inconsistency, interview with Bhaskar Koirala (rep 23/11/2017)

Conflict in Himalayas: Economic opportunities availed by China’s BRI could help make societies more conflict-resilient, by Renaud Meyer and Laurence Brahm (rep 19/11/2017)

Envoy Yu lays emphasis on Nepal-China relations, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 18/11/2017)

Chinese team to hold railway studies (kp 07/11/2017)

West Seti hydropower project: NEA, CTGC to hold final talks to form Joint Venture firm, by Bibek Subedi (kp 03/11/2017)

Xi and Nepal: Ever since Xi came to power in 2013, the Chinese have been more forceful in pursuing their agendas in Nepal, by Biswas Baral (rep 03711/2017)

China willing to support Nepal’s tourism, agriculture development (kp 01/11/2017)

China South Asia Expo in Kathmandu on Nov 2-5 (rep 23/10/2017)

Equidistance is fantasy: Nepal has deep-rooted ties with India, and China will never be able to take its place, by Biranchi Paudyal (kp 18/10/2017)

All Eyes on CPC Conclave, by Narayan Upadhyay (rn 18/10/2017), China closes Rasuwagadhi border for six days , By Himnath Devkota (rep 18/10/2017)

Beyond the handshake: Leader of a rising world power, Xi would want to leave global footprint, but can Nepal grab the opportunity?, by Akhilesh Upadhyay (kp 16/10/2017)

Rasuwagadhi checkpoint at risk of landslides, by Him Nath Devkota (rep 15/10/2017)

Made in Nepal: Nepali Congress President Deuba knows better than anyone else that China these days does not have to pick favorites among the Nepali political actors, by Biswas Baral (rep 12/10/2017)

‘Nepal committed to implement BRI’ (kp 09/10/2017)

The Mandarin trail: We should urgently promote Chinese language to deepen soft power ties between China and Nepal, by Laxmi Sapkota (rep 09/10/2017)

Imports via Rasuwagadhi soar 51 percent in 2mths, by Balaram Ghimire (kp 27/09/2017)

Govt asked to scrap Budhi Gandaki deal with Chinese firm: Two parliamentary panels jointly direct government to scrap contract with the China Gezhouba  Group Corporation, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 26/09/2017), Govt told to scrap Budhigandaki deal with Chinese contractor (ht 26/09/2017)

China expects to become Nepal’s key stakeholder: Ambassador Yu (kp 25/09/2017)

China’s Nepal Policy & BRI Prospects, by Ritu Raj Subedi (rn 24/09/2017)

Govt’s preparation for China connectivity ‘inadequate’, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 22/09/2017)

Nepal-China border talks inconclusive: The two sides discussed on opening up 13 border points to ease the connectivity (kp 21/09/2017)

Meeting to finalise TTA protocol only after elections (ht 19/09/2017)

Newly opened highway links China with Nepal (kp 19/09/2017)

Post-Doklam blues: The war of words between the two rising global stars, nuclear powers and Asian giants continues to be a matter of great concern for Nepal, by Som P. Pudasaini (rep 17/09/2017)

Over 500 trucks stranded in Kerung due to tighter security, by Balram Ghimire (kp 16/09/2017)

Building Mutual Trust In China-India Ties, by Hira Bahadur Thapa (rn 15/09/2017)

Chinese investors show interest to invest in Lumbini, by Sher Bahadur KC (rep 14/09/2017)

Gorkha locals flock to Tibetan market to purchase food items, by Narahari Sapkota (rep 12/09/2017)

China-Nepal-India Economic Corridor, by Nandalal Tiwari (rn 11/09/2017), Project selection for BRI funding goes on: Team headed by finance secretary preparing  projects to be forwarded  to the Chinese side, by Anil Giri (kp 11/08/2017)

Internet connection thru China in testing phase, by Muna Sunuwar (rep 11/09/2017)

Nepal establishes Consulate General Office in Guangzhou: Nepali businessmen say it will further trade activities between the two countries (kp 11/09/2017)

Imports via Rasuwagadhi customs double (ht 09/09/2017)

Belt and road initiative: China looks askance at Nepal’s commitments; Officials say words must be translated into action, the sooner the better, by Binod Ghimire (kp 08/09/2017), MoU on mechanism for energy cooperation (kp 08/09/2017)

Mahara off to China on six-day visit (ht 07/09/2017), DPM Mahara meets top Chinese leaders (ht 08/09/2017), Nepal, China to expedite cross-border railway, by Sangeet Sangroula (rep 08/09/2017), Connectivity means a lot to Nepal: Mahara (ht 09/09/2017)

BRI Implementation: Nepal Should Overcome Obstacles, by Narayan Upadhyay (rn 06/09/2017), Changing tide: Chinese experts have already warned that India could cite security concerns to derail BRI projects in Nepal, by Abhijit Sharma (rep 06/09/2017)

Budhi Gandaki listed as component of BRI, by Binod Ghimire and Bibek Subedi (kp 05/09/2017)

Mahara to leave for China on Wednesday (kp 04/09/2017)

Love thy neighbours: Strategically-located Nepal needs to establish mechanisms to capitalise on its strengthened bilateral ties, by Saurav Bashyal (ht 03/09/2017)

Carefully on China: We should have sought to improve ties with China from a position of strength, not gone to Beijing with begging bowl when India decided to tighten the screws, by Biswas Baral (rep 31/08/2017)

Rasuwagadhi-Kerung becomes int’l crossing point (kp 31/08/2017)

Booming tourism aids Tibet’s green growth (kp 31/08/2017)

Govt awaiting response from China on three road projects (ht 30/08/2017)

100 get scholarships to study in China (kp 27/08/2017)

Nepal-China ties ‘figured prominently’ in PM Deuba’s Delhi engagements, by Anil Giri (kp 26/09/2017)

Doklam clouds over Nepal: After the border blockade and recent floods in Tarai, partly attributable to India-built roads and dams, there are very few intellectuals in Nepal who are ready to take up India’s cause, by Biswas Baral (rep 24/08/2017)

PM Deuba will have to demonstrate independence in Nepal’s foreign policy, interview with Mahesh Maskey (kp 21/08/2017)

Nepal-bound cargo stranded in India, by Bibek Subedi (kp 21/08/2017)

Sabre-rattling in the HimalayasNepal should develop a policy that addresses the interests of China and India while protecting its own interests first, by Binoj Basnyat (kp 18/08/2017)

Duty-free access for Nepali products sought (ht 17/08/2017)

PM: Nepal committed to past deals with China (kp 17/08/2017), Trans-himalayan handshake: China and Nepal should move ahead with trans-Himalayan development, with or without India, by Hu Shisheng (kp 17/08/2017)

Nepal, China sign three pacts: Two sides formalise 1 billion RMB (Rs16 billion) Chinese aid for reconstruction of the Kodari Highway announced in 2015, by Anil Giri (kp 16/08/2017), Nepal, China sign three crucial agreements (ht 16/08/2017)

Inland Clearance Depot construction delayedChinese consultant submits incomplete design for Timure ICD (ht 16/08/2017)

Nepali, Chinese companies sign deals worth $21.165m, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 15/08/2017)

Chinese Vice-premier’s Nepal Visit, by Nandalal Tiwari (rn 14/08/2017), Chinese vice-premier arrives (ht 15/08/2017), Chinese Vice-premier Wang Yang returns home (ht 18/08/2017)

Experts say Doklam standoff opens avenue for Nepal to settle its boundary issues: Experts say Nepal has a perfect opportunity to raise its boundary issues, as Kathmandu will be hosting two high-profile guests from the south and the north in the coming week, by Anil Giri (kp 10/08/2017)

Tibet Airlines starts Chengdu-KTM flights (kp 09/08/2017)

‘Nepal won’t take sides on China-India row’, by Anil Giri (kp 08/08/2017)

‘Nepal committed to One-China policy’ (ht 04/08/2017)

Neighbourhood Policy, by Madhavji Shrestha (rn 02/08/2017)

‘Nepal-China relations have stood the test of time’ 8ht 02/08/2017)

Chinese vice premier arriving on Aug 14 (ht 02/08/2017)

Rasuwagadhi-Kerung border point: Nepal, China trade set to normalise soon (kp 01/08/2017)

Nepal-China Diplomatic Ties, by Dipendra Gautam (rn 01/08/2017)

Draft of transit protocol with China finalised (ht 31/07/2017)

Rasuwagadhi awaits infra development, by Balaram Ghimire (kp 28/07/2017)

Equidistance or asymmetry? (nt 28/07/2017)

Nepal to receive Chinese internet bandwidth from Aug (ht 25/07/2017)

Doklam deterrent for Nepal: China apparently has the best interest of Nepal at heart, while India is forever scheming to undermine our sovereignty and territorial integrity, by Biswas Baral (rep 24/07/2017)

Korala port process gathers momentum, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 23/07/2017)

MoC concludes feasibility study of FTA with China, by Pushpa Raj Acharya (ht 23/07/2017)

Track opened to link Taplejung with China border (kp 22/07/2017), Taplejung connected with China via road (kp 23/07/2017)

Reassuring the neighbours: Our parties need to formulate a clear strategy to address ties between China, India and Nepal, by Binoj Basnyat (kp 23/07/2017)

Nepal, China trade halted due to landslide, by Krishna Thapa (kp 22/07/2017)

Asia’s Rejuvenation Through The BRI, by Narad Bharadwaj (rn 21/07/2017)

Beyond borders: Nepal should make a convincing case for the  establishment of AIIB’s headquarters in Lumbini, by Bhoj Raj Poudel (kp 21/07/2017)

Thucydides trap: Blame or claim, by Atindra Dahal (ht 20/07/2017)

Nepali language study expanding in Chinese universities, by Sangeet Sangroula (rep 18/07/2017)

Maoists for requesting China to generate 5,000 MW of hydropower, by Rudra Pangeni (rep 18/07/2017)

Squeezed in the Himalaya: Nepal and Bhutan find themselves in a tight spot as Sino-Indian tensions grow, by Sean Shoemaker (nt 14/07/2017), The Himalayan thaw (nt 14/07/2017)

Fasten your Belts: The gung-ho excitement over BRI needs to be tempered with Nepal’s own realist ability to propose win-win projects under it, by John Narayan Parajuli (rep 12/07/2017)

Nepal-China trade route via Korala: Govt agencies in Mustang get lands to build office facilities, by Lal Prasad Sharma (kp 07/07/2017)

The BRI trap: Regardless of whether Nepal will benefit from the Chinese initiative, it was compelled to be a part of it, by Achyut Wagle (kp 05/07/2017)

Veep leaving for China today (kp 04/07/2017), Vice President Pun leaves for China (kp 05/07/2017), BRI crucial for better links with China: Vice Prez Pun (kp 07/07/2017)

Nepal to seek access to two land, three sea ports in China: Proposal to be put on the table ‘very soon’, says ministry official; An early deal on the protocol on the TTA willensure landlocked Nepal’s early trade diversification with the third countries , by Sanjeev Giri (kp 03/07/2017)

Nepal’s non-alignment: Nepal expects both neighbours to understand that it is walking a tight rope while dealing with them, by Dinesh Bhattarai (kp 02/07/2017)

Nepal to be connected with Chinese internet in August, by Ashim Neupane (rep 02/07/2017)

High-level Nepali visit at Gansu trade fair likely, by Sangeet Sangroula (rep 01/07/2017)

OBOR initiative: Its implications for Nepal, by Surya Bhakta Pokharel and Bishnu Prasad Bhandari (ht 29/06/2017)

3 panels to work on BRI projects: Finance secretary will coordinate and facilitate the selection of projects and forward the concept to the foreign secretary, who will do further work (kp 28/06/2017)

Contest between giants: Managing growing Indian and Chinese interests will be a major foreign policy challenge for Nepal in the days ahead, by Kamal Dev Bhattarai (kp 27/07/2017)

Nepal’s Posture Over BRI, by Madhavji Shrestha (rn 24/06/2017)

Nepal-China meeting: Opening avenues; The eleventh meeting of the Diplomatic Consultation Mechanism between Nepal and China has concluded with positive notes (sp 23/06/2017)

China to reopen Tatopani after reconstruction (rep 21/06/2017)

Equidistance revisited: Equidistance indicates maneuvering of small states like Nepal while dealing with big powers like India and China, by Gaurav Bhattarai (rep 21/06/2017)

Nepal, China to dwell on BRI, past deals (kp 20/06/2017), Nepal-China consultation mechanism to hold meeting (ht 20/06/2017), China seeks proposals
on projects under BRI: Calls on Nepal to suggest other areas of cooperation from Beijing
(kp 21/06/2017)

OBOR for all: Chinese version of globalization retains features of both hard and soft power, by Dinesh Sapkota and Shankar Tiwari (rep 19/06/2017)

Indian, Chinese envoys call on PM Deuba: In the meetings, the ambassadors from India and China discussed the political situation in Nepal and various bilateral issues with Prime Minister Deuba (kp 17/06/2017)

Nepal-China trade fair kicks off at Korala (rep 16/06/2017)

Deuba’s Indian china: Deuba’s pro-West image, in the reckoning of some, makes it difficult for China to trust the new prime minister with OBOR, by Biswas Baral (rep 15/06/2017)

OBOR can be a model project of the century: FNCCI President (rep 15/06/2017)

China to rebuild Nuwakot Durbar from next fiscal year, by Krishna Thapa (kp 08/06/2017)

Himalayan feat: Pushpa Kamal Dahal adeptly kept balanced ties with India and China during his second term, by Kamal Dev Bhattarai (kp 08/06/2017)

OBOR signing cements ties with China: Mahara (kp 07/06/2017)

Nepal, China sign deal to build mega 1,200MW hydro project, by Bibek Subedi (kp 05/06/2017), Govt signs MoU with CGGC to develop Budhigandaki project (ht 05/06/2017)

China’s Belt And Road Initiative, by Kushal Pokharel (rn 03/06/2017)

OBOR And Development Opportunities, by Narad Bharadwaj (rn 02/06/2017)

Kodari ROAD will reopen soon: Minister for commerce (kp 02/06/2017)

Work on Larcha dry port to resume post monsoon: The port in Larcha is the only dry port on Nepal-China border (kp 02/06/2017)

Milestone in Nepali-China ties: Excitement over OBOR aside, India will continue to remain a vital partner for Nepal, by Som P. Pudasaini (kp 30/05/2017)

What China wants: Never in their over 3,000 years of written history have the Chinese aspired to rule over distant lands, by Biswas Baral (rep 29/05/2017)

NATTA signs agreement to promote tourism in China (kp 27/05/2017)

‘Nepalis eager for OBOR implementation’ (kp 26/05/2017), Silk Road euphoria: Nepal’s preoccupation with domestic affairs has prevented  it from moving ahead and joining the rest of the world, by Aditya Baral (kp 6/05/2017)

Night train to Beijing: Rail connectivity with China, if it gets India’s approval, will boost economic growth and reduce income inequalities in the region, by Sukhdev Shah (rep 25/05/2017)

Tatopani border closure: Hundreds of youths leave country after losing jobs, businesses, by Anish Tiwari  (kp 24/05/2017)

Not smooth as silk: Indian reservations over OBOR may mean a lost chance for India, Nepal and China, by Prakash A. Raj (kp 24/05/2017)

Over to OBOR: The ‘One Belt, One Road’ is a multifaceted scheme to replace Washington Consensus with Beijing Consensus, by CK Lal (rep 22/05/2017)

Nepal, China to construct cross-border SEZ: A joint committee to be formed soon to finalise operation, business modality (ht 20/05/2017)

Dark clouds over Asia: Disputes, distrust and an arms race threaten to disrupt economic growth in the region, by Suresh C. Chalise (kp 19/05/2017)

“Nepal in talks with China to build $8 bln cross-border rail link” (ht 15/05/2017), China agrees to provide financial assistance for cross-border railway link, by Sangeet Sangroula (rep 15/05/2017), Fact and fiction: OBOR membership is a desperate attempt of Nepali government to establish its nationalist credentials by appearing close to China, by Trailokya Raj Aryal (rep 15/05/2017) [?], Nepal proposes China for road, rail links (kp 16/05/2017), Nepal, China designate focal persons to expedite cross-border railway project, by Sangeet Sangroula (rep 16/05/2017), Train of thought: The train will bring cheap Chinese goods. But will we then send it back empty on its return leg?, by Gaurav Bhattarai (rep 16/05/2017), The great deal of China: BRI offers great opportunities but only if Nepal is strategic enough (kp 18/05/2017)

BRI To Boost Nepal-China Relation, by Nandalal Tiwari (rn 15/05/2017)

Nepal to sign framework deal on OBOR, by Anil Giri (kp 09/05/2017), Nepal decides to sign ambitious Chinese OBOR project (ht 09/05/2017), China’s OBOR: Pain or gain?, by Atindra Dahal (ht 10/05/2017), Nepal, China to ink deal on OBOR today: Agreement signing follows months of confusion and negotiations (kp 12/05/2017), Nepal, China sign deal on OBOR (kp 13/05/2017), OBOR deal lays ground for further Nepal-China cooperation, by Kosh Raj Koirala (rep 13/05/2017), Into the unknown: Will Nepal act only as a bridge to ferry goods between China and South Asia, or will its exports also be facilitated on preferential basis?, by Som P. Pudasaini (rep 13/05/2017), DPM Mahara-led delegation in Beijing (ht 14/05/2017), India could cite its security concerns to derail OBOR projects, interview with Hu Shisheng (kp 15/05/2017), India skips China’s Silk Road summit, warns of “unsustainable” debt (ht 15/05/2017), China’s silk road plan: Xi raps protectionism amid some concerns (kp 16/05/2017)

Bandwidth supply from China delayed (kp 08/05/2017)

Closed Rasuwa border likely to open today (kp 02/05/2017)

Nepal to accept presence of Chinese banks: Official (kp 01/05/2017)

DPM Mahara to represent Nepal in OBOR meeting: Two other ministers in the delegation to Beijing, by Anil Giri (kp 28/04/2017)

Nepal-China consultative meet today (kp 27/04/2017)

Prospects From China's Initiative, by Upendra Gautam (rn 25/04/2017)

Need to cash in on China’s outbound boom stressed (kp 20/04/2017)

China provides 11 types of poll materials: EC purhcases indelible ink on its own (rep 18/04/2017)

Sino-Nepali military drill from Sunday: NA (kp 14/04/2017), Nepal-China joint military drill from Sunday (kp 14/04/2017), 10-day Nepal, China joint army drill starts today (kp 16/04/2017), Nepal, China joint drill begins (kp 17/04/2017), Nepal-China joint military training concludes (rep 26/04/2017)

Three Nepalis rescued from China (kp 13/04/2017)

China provides stationery, other materials worth Rs 144 million for local level elections (ht 13/04/2017)

Nepal’s Ties With India, China, by Madhavji Shrestha (kp 12/04/2017)

OBOR for Nepal: China may have a hidden motive behind its OBOR. But we should not hesitate to take advantage of this initiative for that reason alone, by Rabindra Adhikari (rep 05/04/2017), Silk Road, here we come: The One Belt, One Road Initiative will expand Nepal’s trade horizons tremendously, by Pawan Roy and Saurav Raj Pant (kp 07/04/2017)

Missed opportunity: Prime Minister Dahal shouldn’t have gone on to Beijing from BOAO when his counterpart was absent, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 04/04/2017)

Nepal-China Ties On Track?, by Madhavji Shrestha (rn 04/04/2017)

Construction of road to Tibet to begin (kp 02/04/2017)

Climate cocktail: Could China be thinking of dovetailing OBOR with the UN’s SDGs in Nepal?, by Navin Singh Khadka (kp 31/03/2017)

PM's Visit And Nepal-China Ties, by Narayan Upadhyay (rn 29/03/2017), PM in Lhasa, returning today (kp 29/03/2017), Dahal visit improved relations: Chinese experts, by Sangeet Sangroula (rep 30/03/2017)

China pledges Rs 136m assistance for local polls:  PM says he ‘had open and candid discussion with Chinese president’; Two leaders hold talks on important issues related to bilateral interest, by Anil Giri (kp 28/03/2017)

Belt and Road platform to promote Nepal pashmina (kp 27/03/2017), Chinese president presses for execution of past pacts: Promisses PM Dahal Rs 40 million for local level polls, by Lekhanath Pandey (ht 28/03/2017)

Nepal and geopolitics: No small concern; Some Chinese scholars openly claim that Nepal’s strategic location provides an advantage to China, by Gaurav Bhattarai (rep 27/03/2017)

Chinese defence minister returns, India army chief arriving Tuesday (kp 26/03/2017)

Prachanda’s China Visit, by Narad Bharadwaj (rn 24/03/2017), ‘Nothing official about it!’ (kp 24/03/2017), Visit important in furthering ties: PM (kp 24/03/2017), Dahal, Xi ‘may finalise’ text on OBOR: Nepal has expressed reservations about free trade and financial transactions proposed by China, by Anil Giri (kp 24/03/2017), Nepal keen to be involved in OBOR, PM tells Chinese minister (ht 24/04/2017), PM expresses support to Xi’s OBOR project (kp 25/03/2017), ‘Reopening of Tatopani border China’s priority’ (kp 25/03/2017), Nepal seeks Chinese support for Rasuwa-Lumbini railway (ht 25/03/2017), Dahal for speeding up implementation of deals with China (kp 26/03/2017), PM stresses inclusive globalisation at Boao: Invites Asian business community to invest in various sectors in Nepal (kp 26/03/2017), PM seeks free market access for benefits of globalisation (ht 26/03/2017), PM: Partnership with China can change our economic landscape (kp 27/03/2017)

Optical fibre link with China delayed till May (ht 23/03/2017)

Spooked by China: Today India is ready to do just about anything to disrupt China’s relations with the smaller South Asian states, by Pamir Gautam (rep 23/03/2017)

TTA protocol held up due to govt, by Bibek Subedi (kp 22/03/2017), No major deal likely during PM’s China visit: Nepal to submit official response on OBOR, by Ashok Dahal (rep 22/03/2017), It’s official: No deals will be signed with Beijing; Some crucial bilateral issues will be discussed: Mahat (kp 23/03/2017), Tatopani border reopening one of key agendas: PM (kp 23/03/2017), Confused character: PM Dahal and his govt’s approach to deepening ties with China has been lackadaisical (kp 23/03/2017), Nepal ready to sign OBOR, other major deals: Mahat; Cites ‘technical reasons’ for failure to ink any deal during PM visit (rep 23/03/2017)

China Is A Friend, Not A Card, by Balmukunda Regmi (rn 22/03/2017)

Chinese defence minister arriving on a three-day visit tomorrow (22/03/2017), China pledges Rs 3b support to Nepal Army: Chang, Khand discuss joint military exercises, by Binod Ghimire (kp 24/03/2017), Nepal for joint military exercise with focus on disaster mgmt: China pledges Rs 300 million aid to Nepal Army (rep 24/03/2017)

Dahal to meet Xi in Beijing on March 27, by Anil Giri (kp 21/03/2017)

China proposes to construct cross-border transmission line, by Bibek Subedi (kp 21/03/2017)

Chinese defense minister visiting Nepal next week: OBOR and Maritime Silk Road major agenda, by Deepak Kharel (rep 15/03/2017), OBOR to India: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal is visiting China now because he wants to avoid the OBOR Summit being held in Beijing in May, by Biswas Baral (rep 16/03/2017), Officials say headway on OBOR, TTA unlikely, by Anil Giri (kp 18/03/2017), Sign OBOR MoU Or Get Left Aside, by Nadalal Tiwari (rn 20/03/2017), Will it happen? PM Dahal is in no position to agree to join China’s OBOR initiative or even for review of the 1960 Nepal-China friendship treaty, by Trailokya Raj Aryal (rep 20/03/2017), PM’s China call: Nepal likely to pledge on OBOR (ht 21/03/2017)

Dahal prepares to visit China for BOAO conference, by Anil Giri (kp 14/03/2017), PM to visit BOAO from March 23 to 26: Meeting with Xi likely on sidelines; Beijing trip uncertain (ht 16/03/2017)

Our basic needs first: China will lose goodwill in Nepal if it prioritises OBOR over other agreed issues, by Uddhab P. Pyakurel (kp 10/03/2017)

Aid in pre-1990 Nepal: Both India and China have contributed to the building of infrastructure, seemingly with a mind to serve their interests, by Mahendra P. Lama (kp 08/03/2017)

OBOR: Economic or strategic? Nepal could join OBOR for the strategic purpose of asserting her sovereign rights and for enacting her policy of equidistance, by Gaurav Bhattarai (rep 07/03/2017)

Poll body seeks support from India and China: The Election Commission says it has sought support from the neighbouring countries to prevent a lengthy procurement  procedure, by Prithvi Man Shrestha (kp 05/03/2017)

Border checkpoint neglected (ht 05/03/2017)

Travel ban to be lifted in northern regions (kp 04/03/2017)

China completes first phase of Araniko Highway repair project (kp 04/03/2017), China hands over Araniko Highway after repair (ht 04/03/2017)

Consulate office opening in Guangzhou in final phase (kp 03/03/2017)

‘Routes to China must for trade boost’, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 01/03/2017)

NCCCI holds 14th AGM (rep 01/03/2017)

Chinese envoy calls on PM (kp 01/03/2017)

Nepal to sign OBOR MoU with China soon: PM, by Kosh Raj Koirala (rep 27/02/2017)

China welcomes election date announcement (kp 22/02/2017)

Chinese ambassador appreciates Nepal’s stand on One China policy (kp 18/02/2017)

Tibetan Losar celebration in capital (rep 17/02/2017)

Water diplomacy: Nepal can work with China and India to develop river management infrastructure, by Pramod Aryal (kp 16/02/2017)

Trump jitters: Nepal’s ties with neighbours India and China could be affected by shifts in US policy, by Prakash A. Raj (kp 14/02/2017)

Prospects and challenges: While implementing ‘One Belt One Road,’ emerging global power will face obstacles from the current global power, by Devendra Gautam (rep 14/02/2017), Nepal dillydallying on OBOR since Oli's ouster as PM: Project would entail huge grants for infrastructure; Delay rousing China's suspicions; Eperts argue for more homework (rep 15/02/2017)

China-granted induction stoves to be sold (ht 11/02/2017)

South Asian corridor: China’s OBOR initiative can power the growth of Asia and the world in the next two to three decades, by Aditya Baral (kp 07/02/2017)

China urged to reopen Tatopani checkpoint (kp 04/02/2017), Survey of Tatopani infrastructure for resuming trade with China, by Anish Tiwari (kp 05/02/2017)

From yam to bridge: China’s One Belt One Road initiative presents great opportunities for Nepal due its strategic location, by Li Tao (kp 03/02/2017)

Mitigating risks of a military approach: The Nepal-China joint military exercise probably serves  Chinese interests, but does it do the same for Nepal?, by Bhoj Raj Poudel and Rupak Sapkota (kp 31/01/2017)

Proletarianism to globalism: Modi has done on the subcontinent what Trump has done at the global level: vacate the leadership position for China, by Achyut Wagle (kp 30/01/2017)

Debunking a few myths: Nepal was never a buffer state, and China and India prefer maritime routes for trade, by Madan Shahi (kp 29/01/2017)

Integrated check point at Rashuwagadi: Govt expedites construction (kp 27/01/2017)

Bridge to where? We should convince our neighbors that Nepal doesn’t see trilateral cooperation as a strategic concept, but as an economic and socio-cultural phenomenon, by Gaurav Bhattarai (rep 26/01/2017)

Old connections and new opportunities: Security-centric view about borders must change as India grapples with market-related issues and opportunities, by Mahendra P. Lama (kp 25/01/2017)

Chinese private firm makes debut in Nepali hydropower sector, by Rudra Pangeni (rep 23/01/2017)

Businesses along Arniko Highway suffer due to Chinese border closure: Officially, Chinese government has cited geographical  vulnerability of Khasa as  the reason for shutting  down the trade route, by Anish Tiwari (kp 21/01/2017)

Chinese delegation meets Maoist Centre leaders (kp 20/01/2017)

With China Nepal Loses Nothing But Chains, by Upendra Gautam (rn 19/01/2017)

Three’s a crowd: From New Delhi’s perspective, the OBOR is Beijing’s strategic muscle-flexing in Asia aimed at strengthening ‘string of pearls’ to encircle India, by Yuba Nath Lamsal (rep 19/01/2017)

Members of Chinese think tanks in Capital (kp 17/01/2017), ‘Nepal, China all-weather friends’ (kp 18/01/2017), China-Nepal symposium concludes: The two-day conference discussed various aspects of Sino-Nepal relations and one-belt-one-road initiative introduced by China (kp 19/01/2017)

West Seti hydropower project: Nepal, China put initials on joint venture pact, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 17/01/2017)

NAC to take delivery of Chinese planes, finally: An NAC team led by Poshak Gnawali, director of the Engineering Maintenance Department, left for China on Sunday to take  delivery of a 56-seater MA60 and a 17-seater Y12e (kp 17/01/2017)

Operation of Nepal-China optical fibre link likely from Feb (ht 14/01/2017)

Chinese envoy Yu meets UML leader: Says constitution amendment  is internal matter of Nepal; Pledges to work to  materialise bilateral  agreements reached between Nepal  and China (kp 13/01/2017)

The real danger is when both India and China conclude Nepal is a burden, interview with Nischalnath Pandey (rep 12/01/2017)

West Seti hydro project: Chinese team arrives in Nepal (kp 12/01/2017)

Nepal expects fillip from tourism promo in China: Nepal has witnessed constant growth in Chinese tourist arrivals since June 2009 (kp 07/01/2017)

China fights back: China too is now starting to cultivate its own competing group of politicians, bureaucrats and security personnel in Nepal, by Biswas Baral (rep 07/01/2017)

China-Nepal bilateral relations: After reports of abuse on social media, fewer Nepali women are getting married to Chinese men, by Pan Lan (nt 06/01/2017)

First Nepal-China Joint Military Drill, by Nandalal Tiwari (rn 02/01/2017), Just another drill: The non- threatening joint exercise with China will send a message that Nepal Army knows what is best for it and that no single power can easily influence it, by Trailokya Raj Aryal (rep 09/01/2017)

Smuggling of medicinal herbs to China on the rise (ht 31/12/2016)

Rasuwagadhi becoming a ‘new transit for gold smuggling’ (kp 30/12/2016)

China to provide Rs 15.7bn assistance (ht 30/12/2016)

Nepal and China to stage joint military exercise (kp 30/12/2016)

Nepal, China agree to manage Rasuwagadhi-Kerung border point: Two sides agree to ease cross-border trade,  heighten security and repair boundary pillars (kp 29/12/2016)

‘Govt sensitive about China ties’ (kp 29/12/2016), Due priority given to relations with China, says Foreign Minister Mahat, by Lekhanath Pandey (ht 29/12/2016)

Dancing with the dragon: Dahal government hasn’t been able to handle the sensitivities of our northern neighbor with the seriousness the issue deserves, by Subhash Ghimire (rep 27/12/2016)

China issues travel restriction to Nepal: Move could be a major setback for Nepali tourism that was seeing gradual growth, by Anil Giri and Sangam Prasain (kp 24/12/2016), No restrictions on Chinese Tourists: Chinese embassy in Kathmandu has denied rumours of official restrictions on the travel of Chinese tourists to Nepal, by Qiu Tian and Pan Lan (nt 30/12/2016)

KMC, China’s Chengdu to become sister cities (kp 23/12/2016), Kathmandu and Chengdu become sister cities (kp 24/12/2016)

Tibetan team meets Nidhi (kp 23/12/2016)

China positive to open Tatopani check point (rep 23/12/2016)

PM Dahal inaugurates bridge over Hilsa River: The bridge over the Hilsa River in Mugu connects the mountainous district with China’s Tibet, by Raj Bahadur Shahi (kp 21/12/2016), Hilsa bridge connects Karnali with China, by DB Buda (rep 26/12/2016)

Hanumandhoka Heritage inventory completed (kp 20/12/2016), Special puja organised for Kashthamandap, by Anup Ojha (kp 20/12/2016)

Beijing ready to open Kodari Highway: Li Qibao (kp 20/12/2016)

Senior CPC leader Liu arriving today (ht 18/12/2016), Take benefit from OBOR: Visting Chinese minister (kp 19/12/2016), Nepal-China need to work on understanding: Liu (ht 20/12/2016), Liu’s message: Room for improvement in relations, by Kosh Raj Koirala (rep 21/12/2016)

Silk Road bonanza: The Belt and Road Initiative advanced by China presents huge prospects for Nepal, by Aditya Baral (kp 16/12/2016)

Nepal-China trade goes online: Daigou sellers turn to WeChat and TaoBao to sell Nepali handicrafts in China, by Qiu Tian and Pan Lan (nt 16/12/2016)

NCC, Chinese team sign MoU to boost trade (kp 16/12/2016)

Book Penned by Xi Jinping: An Essential Reading For Nepal, by Upendra Gautam (kp 15/12/2016)

Senior chinese leader Liu arriving (kp 14/12/2016)

China’s efforts in Nepal can act as a bridge to India if suspicions are set aside, by Hu Weijia (rep 13/12/2016)

Govt accepts Rs 15.8b Chinese aid for reconstruction (rep 12/12/2016)

Policy Towards Neighbours, by Madhavji Shrestha (rn 10/12/2016)

Chinese police offer relief to flood victims (kp 09/12/2016)

NT, China Telecom ink pact to deliver IP service in Nepal (ht 08/12/2016)

China builds road up  to Tiptala Bhanjyang, by Anand Gautam (kp 04/12/2016)

Betrawati-Rasuwagadhi-Kerung Trade Route: Token system introduced for containers; Road repair work in the Chinese side has affected movement: of containers: Officials, by Nirajan Paudel (rep 28/11/2016)

16 Tibetans caught hopping across border (kp 26/11/2016)

Trilateralism, RIP: Nowhere and at no time have India and China cooperated and coordinated strategy on third countries. Why would they in Nepal?, by Biswas Baral (rep 24/11/2016)

Chinese investment in SEZ yet to be decided (ht 21/11/2016)

Between the lines: Government needs to be able to decode properly the signals sent from Beijing, by Prem Raj Joshi (kp 20/11/2016)

Platform established to support OBOR initiative (ht 20/11/2016)

Chinese envoy calls on Mahara, Mahat (kp 19/11/2016), Chinese envoy sees VP, Nidhi (kp 22/11/2016)

Paudyal assumes office in Beijing (kp 19/11/2016)

Nepal-China transit talks to begin in Lhasa today (kp 16/11/2016), Nepal, China to hold talks on transit pact (ht 16/11/2016), China to let Nepal use Tibet roads: Official says facility will make it easier for Nepal to reach supplies to Humla and Olangchunggola for example (kp 18/11/2016), Transit-transport talks with China positive, by Lekhanath Pandey (ht 19/11/2016), Nepal-China transit treaty protocol to be finalised in March (ht 24/11/2016)

Prosperous Nepal-China Border, by Balmukunda Regmi (rn 16/11/2016)

Ministry’s laxity delays NA barracks construction in Korala, by Binod Tripathi (kp 13/11/2016)

Envoy Paudyal given ministerial rank (kp 12/11/2016)

Nepal urges China to ease fuel import: The request was made by a visiting Nepali delegation  to Chinese State Minister for Industry and Commerce Chang Mao in Beijing (kp 12/11/2016)

PM makes a pitch for broader trans-Himalayan cooperation (kp 11/10/2016), ‘Investment required in infrastructure’: Prime Minister emphisises developing Nepal as transit corridor for regional trade (ht 10/11/2016)

Making new inroads: China has been trying to woo South Asia in much the same way that it has successfully wooed other neighbouring regions, by Mahendra P. Lama (kp 09/11/2016)

New Chinese envoy arrives (kp 08/11/2016)

China questions Nepal’s commitment to ‘One China’ policy, by Kosh Raj Koirala (08/11/2016), ‘I didn’t meet any Tibetan leader in Goa’ (kp 09/11/2016), ‘Committed to one-China policy’: Deuba dismisses reports that he met Tibetan leaders in Goa, by Sarin Gjimire (kp 10/11/2016), Photo shows Deuba with Tibetan leader (kp 11/11/2016), Deuba's photo morphed, says NC: Party reiterates commitment to one-China policy, Panchasheel (ht 12/11/2016)

Crucial Nepal-China trade road too risky, by Niranjan Paudel (rep 08/11/2016)

Nepal to raise BRB harassment issue: Bhattarai has also called for a resolution of the matter through the diplomatic channel to ensure that such  incidents are not repeated in future (kp 07/11/2016)

Govt to allow NTL to start petro trade with China (ht 07/11/2016)

Environmental data sharing top priority, says envoy (ht 07/11/2016)

MoU signed to boost Nepal-China trade (kp 03/11/2016)

Pleasant surprise: The chance trilateral meeting on the sidelines of the Brics Summit was very fruitful; Prime Minister Dahal emphasised that efforts had been made to strengthen bilateral relations with India and China while maintaining high-level diplomatic norms, by Rishi Raj Adhikari (kp 31/10/2016)

Upadhyay, Paudyal appointed envoys to India and China (kp 30/10/2016)

Nepal, China meeting to develop protocol of trade, transit treaty (ht 25/10/2016)

Protocol on transit transport pact: Nepali team to visit China in Nov first week, by Bibek Subedi (kp 23/10/2016)

PM says Nepal wants to be part of China’s OBOR plan (kp 22/10/2016)

Going from red to green: China’s strategy for a clean energy future holds important lessons for Nepal, by Smriti Basnet (nt 21/10/2016)

Chinese investors keen to invest in Nepal: Minister (ht 20/10/2016)

China expresses interest in ‘exploring trilateral cooperation’, by John Narayan Parajuli (kp 19/10/2016), The green bridge: Nepal must make diplomatic efforts to revive the trade and romance of the Silk Road, by Saroj Dhakal (kp 19/10/2016), A triangular relationship: Shifting geopolitics is once more buffeting Nepal’s ties with India and China, by Shreejana Shrestha (nt 21/10/2016), Tripartite tête-à-tête: If Nepal doesn't set its politics right it will continue to be treated as a footnote to history (nt 21/10/2016), Trilateral Co-operation In Limbo, by Kushal Pokharel (rn 22/10/2016)

Nepal-China Ties: Whirlwind Tour, by P. Kharel (rn 17/10/2016)

Khand: China lauds NA’s peacekeeping role (kp 17/10/2016)

Will Xi or won’t Xi? Hysteria over Jinping’s potential visit to Nepal sans preparations, by John Narayan Parakuli (kp 15/10/2016), Xi says ‘will visit Nepal at earliest convenience’: Nepali side expresses commitment to implement deals reached in past, by Kamal Dev Bhattarai (kp 16/10/2016), Xi stresses on unity for statute implementation (ht 16/01/2016) [In case of India, this would have been called 'intervention'!], Xi, Dahal stress connectivity (kp 17/10/2016) [What on earth does this mean?], Govt claims neighbours positive on trilateral co-op: Prime Minister Dahal’s secretariat says the meeting of the three leaders was scheduled at Nepal’s request, by Anil Giri (kp 17/10/2016), A go-ahead in Goa: Connectivity holds the key to trilateral cooperation among Nepal, India and China (kp 17/10/2016), 'Nepal wants to be dynamic bridge between India, China'; China always supportive of Nepal's national integrity: Xi (rep 17/10/2016), PM describes meeting with Modi and Xi as ‘rare and pleasant’ (kp 18/10/2016), Trilateral meeting talk gets sceptics (kp 19/10/2016)

Dahal to meet Xi at BRICS (kp 14/10/2016), At BRICS, Dahal and Xi to dwell on high-level visits: Talks on implementation of past deals also on cards, by Kamal Dev Bhattarai (kp 15/10/2016)

Yu to succeed Wu as China’s ambassador to Nepal (kp 07/10/2016)

Finance Secy-level meet after BRICS, China hints (kp 04/10/2016)

Chinese investors show interest in Nepal Special Economic Zone (ht 01/10/2016)

Advantage China: With SAARC, a perfect platform for India to establish its preeminence in South Asia, on the brink, all that the Chinese have to do is bide time, by Biswas Baral (rep 01/10/2016)

Beijing floats ‘Border Economic Zones’ idea (kp 29/09/2016)

Will meet Chinese prez at BRICS Summit: PM, by Anil Giri (kp 27/09/2016)

Give me a reason: With no substantial bilateral deal in the offing, and Kathmandu inching closer to New Delhi, there was no reason for Chinese president to come, by Biswas Baral (rep 15/09/2016)

China ‘in touch’ with Nepal about Xi’s visit (kp 13/09/2016)

Neighborhood first: China is reported to have invested between US $130 and $140 billion abroad in 2015. Not even a percent of this came to Nepal, by Akhilesh Tripathi (rep 12/09/2016)

Nepal-China transit pact: Protocol to be finalised by Oct; The protocol includes points of entry, customs arrangements, modes of transport, types of cargo and operational modalities (kp 07/09/2016)

No fundamental shift in foreign policy, says Minister Mahat, by Sarin Ghimire (kp 04/09/2016)

Dahal’s darn diplomacy: Nepal should address its neighbours’ genuine concerns but also counter exaggerated ones, by Achyut Wagle (kp 29/08/2016)

Nepal, China agree to check unlawful activities at Rasuwagadhi (kp 25/08/2016)

Korala border closes on 12th day due to low biz volume (kp 24/08/2016)

CSC-Nepal team in Tibet (kp 22/08/2016)

Mahara leaves for China today with messages: To assure Beijing of readiness to host President Xi Jinping, by Anil Giri (kp 15/08/2016), Sensible step: Dahal’s decision to send envoys to neighbours indicates a mature approach to foreign policy (kp 15/08/2016), Three friends: Can Nepal rise to the occasion to put its house in order first and then reap the rewards of geography?, by Shambhu Ram Simkhada (kp 15/08/2016), Beijing says no change in its Nepal policy: Hopes to deepen cross-border transport, trade and energy cooperation, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 17/08/2016), DPM Mahara meets
Chinese Premier Li
, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 18/08/2016), Chinese PM seeks assurance to execute bilateral deals with Nepal, by Lekhanath Pandey (ht 18/08/2016), Bilateral treaties cannot function fully without stability in Nepal: Li (rep 18/08/2016), Chinese prez keen to visit Nepal: Mahara, by Tika R. Pradhan (kp 21/08/2016)

Government forwards draft protocol of transit treaty to China (ht 15/08/2016)

Nepalis flocking to Tibetan haat bazaars, by Raj Kumar Shahi and Bishnu Lal Budha (kp 14/08/2016)

Korala border opens for winter supplies in Mustang, by Binod Tripathi (kp 13/08/2016)

DPMs to visit Delhi, Beijing: Government sending Nidhi to India and Mahara to China as its special representatives (kp 12/08/2016), Nidhi to visit southern neighbour India, Mahara set to tour China: ‘Process to amend constitution begins in six weeks’; ‘UML an obstacle in resolving Madhes crisis’ (ht 12/08/2016)

Chinese groups keen to help Nepal in recovery efforts: The Chinese areas of interest include public facilities, training of professionals and skilled personnel, and helping them restore damaged cultural heritage sites (kp 12/08/2016)

Eager to welcome China president to Nepal: PM;  Chinese experts meet Oli, Deuba; NC president invited to visit Beijing, by Anil Giri (kp 10/08/2016), Visit of Prez Xi depends on Nepal’s readiness: Ji (kp 11/08/2016)

Proposed multiple-entry visa sparks disputes, by Prakash Adhikari (kp 10/08/2016)

Disturbing divergence: Nepal’s daunting economic laggardness vis-a-vis its neighbours is a key barrier to a matured relationship with them, by Ram C. Acharya (kp 09/08/2016)

Nepal-China railway ‘technologically and economically feasible’, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 06/08/2016)

Nepal-China FS level dialogue postponed (kp 06/08/2016)

Beijing for stability in Nepal (kp 27/07/2016), Wu says China’s support to Nepal will continue (kp 30/07/2016)

The China dream: Lack of transport connectivity is the major impediment to greater economic and commercial links with China, by Purushottam Ojha (rep 20/07/2016)

Let’s get together: A dialogue forum of representatives from China, India and Nepal should be formed, by Bhoj Raj Poudel (kp 19/07/2016)

China assures Nepal of ‘high level visit’ this year: Informed sources say Chinese President Xi Jinping is most likely to visit Nepal, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 05/07/2016), Chinese prez may visit Nepal earlier (ht 10/07/2016)

Bridge at Hilsa to link Humla with China: Hilsa is one of the six border points Nepal and China had agreed to open for international trade, by Jaya Bahadur Rokaya (kp 05/07/2016)

Foreign secretary to leave for China tomorrow (kp 01/07/2016), Focus on deals as foreign secy visits Beijing, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 03/07/2016)

China closes Korala border: Seasonal crossborder trade  fair affected, by Binod Tripathi (kp 01/07/2017) [Good relations look different!], No export to China this year through Korala, by Binod Tripathi (kp 04/07/2016), ‘Korala border to open within a year’, by Binod Tripathi (kp 08/07/2016)

A three-way tie: Playing one neighbour against another or inciting nationalism by inflammatory speeches would take us nowhere, by Aditya Baral (kp 29/06/2016)

Three’s a crowd: Nepal’s dream of becoming a bridge between China and India may remain elusive; India’s presumptive yet perennial  allegation that Nepal often played the ‘China card’ ultimately proved self- fulfilling, albeit with the script  a bit altered, by Achyut Wagle (kp 27/06/2016)

Nepal-china transit transport agreement: Govt forms negotiating team to write protocol, by Bibek Subedi (kp 24/06/2016)

Nepal-China meet deferred until next notice: Finding ways to implement the deals signed during PM Oli’s visit to China were on the list of agendas for the meeting (kp 22/06/2016)

China extends road to Korala border point: Chinese vehicles have started to enter Nepal through the newly-built dirt track, by Binod Tripathi (kp 20/06/2016)

Chinese Prez Xi set to open culture centre in Kathmandu (kp 19/06/2016)

Nepal-China secy talks next week (kp 16/06/2016)

Prosperity bridge: Geographical complexities with China and political complexities with India affect Nepal’s ‘transit diplomacy’, by Gaurav Bhattarai (kp 14/06/2016)

VP Pun, Yunnan guv discuss investment (kp 12/06/2016), Nepal eager to welcome Chinese president: Pun, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 13/06/2016)

FNCCI team off to China for Kunming expo (kp 12/06/2016), Traders optimistic about boosting exports to China, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 13/06/2016)

No headway in opening new Nepal-China border points (kp 12/06/2016)

Nepal poised to make big splash at Kunming fair, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 09/06/2016)

China express: The argument that the Himalayas offer the best defense against China is contradicted by rapid expansion of Chinese rail lines in Tibetan plateau, by Biswas Baral (rep 09/06/2016)

Chinese Admiral hints at Xi jinping’s Nepal visit, by Anil Giri (kp 08/06/2016)

Reopening of Tatopani border point: Fresh propopsal floated to China, by Prithvi Man Shrestha (kp 07/06/2016)

Lack of one-day pass: Importers face hassles at Rasuwagadhi border point, by Prakash Adhikari (kp 06/06/2016)

Extending rail link to Nepal no big deal: Chinese experts, by Ashok Dahal (kp 03/06/2016)

Transit transport agreement: Nepali, Chinese officials hold talks on protocol, by Bibek Subedi (kp 02/06/2016)

Trilalateral cooperation: We expect India and China to respect our concerns and let us to solve our problems on our own, by Prakash Chandra Lohani (kp 30/05/2016)

One-way road to Nepal: China needs to clearly lay out how it would like to go about cementing its relationship with Nepal, by Bhoj Raj Poudel (kp 25/05/2016)

China outwits India: Unless the Indian government realizes its folly and embarks on course correction China will replace India as the most influential actor in Nepal, by Trailokya Raj Aryal (rep 24/05/2016)

Protocol to Nepal-China transit transport agreement: Consultations to be held before technical meeting, by Bibek Subedi (kp 23/05/2016)

‘China’s OBOR project will also benefit Nepal’ (ht 22/05/2016)

Imported goods from China arrive in Kyirong (kp 19/05/2016), Goods brought by Chinese train reach Rasuwagadhi, by Krishna Thapa (kp 23/05/2016)

Nepal-China Trans-border Railways, by Lila Nyaichyai (rn 17/05/2016)

Yo Nepal ho! Beijing has begun to practice what can perhaps be termed the "Offer Diplomacy" even with its neighboring countries: Buy one, get one free; and buy now, pay later, by CK Lal (rep 16/05/2016)

Survival vs sovereignty: In many ways sovereignty of weak states is directly linked to the security of their regimes, by Rohit Karki (rep 16/05/2016)

Chinese market crucial to revive tourism: Entrepreneurs; Nepal needs to focus on promotion, more flight connectivity (ht 15/05/2016)

KMG, CCTV sign framework agreement for content exchange (kp 14/05/216)

Chinese minister, PM Oli discuss bilateral issues (kp 14/05/2016), Nepalis eager to welcome Chinese president: PM Oli (ht 14/05/2016)

Beijing ‘sends’ freight train for Nepal: Departed from Lanzhou as first combined transport service to Kathmandu on Wednesday, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 13/05/2016), China starts combined transport service to Nepal (ht 13/05/2016)

Committees to implement pacts with India, China (kp 13/05/2016)

Enter the dragon: China won the hearts of Nepalis by promising to stand by Nepal in its darkest hour, by Roshan Khadka (kp 12/05/2016)

Roads to China border top budget priority (kp 04/05/2016)

Nepal-China transit transport agreement: Pact moves closer to implementation, by Bibek Subedi (kp 03/05/2016)

Panel to study possible oil imports from China (kp 03/05/2016)

Political will, diplomatic proficiency key to profitable relations with China, interview with Mahesh Maskey (kp 02/05/2016)

Nepal in 2045: Contrary to Indian expectations, Nepal is likely, when pushed to the wall, to turn to China and even have a military pact with it, by Aditya Man Shrestha (rep 28/04/2016)

Call on Chinese to tour Nepal, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 26/04/2016)

Untapped potential: The visit of Nepali prime minister to China has ushered in a new era of cooperation between the two countries, by Madan Kumar Dahal (rep 21/04/2016)

Triangular connectivity: Nepal should try to gain the trust of both India and China by resolving domestic issues, by Lok Raj Baral (kp 20/04/2016)

Lack of banking services at Tatopani stalls trade, by Rishiram Poudyal (kp 20/04/2016)

New directions: India does not mind connecting with China, but Nepal’s linkages with the Chinese have always been a matter of concern for it, by Hari Prasad Shrestha (kp 19/04/2016)

Tatopani border point resumes temporarily, by Ashish Tiwari (kp 18/04/2016), Tatopani trade route opens temporarily (ht 18/04/2016)

Chinese minister to visit Nepal next month (kp 16/04/2016)

Sinophobia revisited: Nepal needs to rethink how we can build a relationship with China—a nation we understand so little about, by Sujeev Shakya (kp 12/04/2016)

Symbolic or viable? Nepal needs serious homework to benefit from accords with China, including the important one on transit, by Chandan Sapkota (kp 11/04/2016)

Feeble border security arrangement worries Kimathanka locals, by Bhim Dewan (rep 11/04/2016)

Transit pact with China: Govt devising protocol, by Bibek Subedi (kp 10/04/2016)

Visiting south and north: Nepal has to acquire a fair amount of knowledge about Chinese cultural nuances and diplomatic norms, by Khagendra Nath Sharma (kp 10/04/2016)

Sweet and sour: Oli’s visit to China has been praised as historic and decried as mere showing off, by Bhoj Raj Poudel (kp 05/04/2016)

Nepal in Chinese press: That it takes extraordinary events in Nepal to earn an opinion piece in Chinese papers is clear from the lone editorial published in China Daily, by Dharma Adhikari (rep 05/04/2016)

Escape velocity: There should be no reason why India should tie itself in knots over Nepal seeking closer relations with China, by Rubeena Mahato (nt 01/04/2016)

China seeks more Nepal Army support against 'Free Tibet' activities, by Purna Basnet (rep 31/03/2016)

Nepal-China Joint Statement, by Siddhi B Ranjitkar (km 26/03/2016), PM’s China visit ‘boosts ties to strategic partnership’: Ten significant agreements have been signed on areas of strategic importance for the development of Nepal (kp 28/03/2016), Transit accord with China marks an important milestone for Nepal, interview with Purushottam Ojha (kp 28/03/2016)

Nothing new in the deal with China, says Yadav (ht 26/03/2016)

Neighbouring with the north: When all the countries in the world started to link with China, Nepal quietly delinked, by Ram C. Acharya (kp 25/03/2016)

Unintended Trans-Himalayan Consequences: Did New Delhi ever imagine that its coercive strategy would backfire this badly?, by Kanak Mani Dixit (nt 25/03/2016)

Economists find proposal to procure only 33% of fuel demand from China faulty, by Sujan Dhungana (rep 25/03/2016)

Nepal, China rush to open Hilsa border, by Prithvi Man Shrestha and Jaya Bahadur Rokaya (kp 24/03/2016)

Country seeks amendment to Citrus Trade Agreement (ht 24/03/2016)

CoAS leaving for China on Sunday (kp 24/03/2016)

The China factor: Nepal’s geo-strategic shift will remain elusive without diversifying trade, transit (kp 24/03/2016), China to back infrastructure projects, by Lekhanath Pandey (ht 24/03/2016)

Oli ends Beijing business with joint communiqué, by Anil Giri (kp 24/03/2016), China to boost connectivity with Nepal, including by rail: 15-pt joint statement issued in Beijing, by Purna Basnet (rep 24/03/2016), Nepal, China to have joint cooperation mechanism similar to India, by Rudra Pangeni (rep 24/03/2016)

Oli pins hopes on Belt and Road Initiative (kp 23/03/2016), Nepal becomes Shanghai dialogue partner (kp 23/03/2016), More investor-friendly reforms on cards to promote FDI: PM Oli (kp 23/03/2016), China urged to invest in export industries (kp 23/03/2016), Jubilation in Pokhara after loan deal sealed with China, by Lal Prasad Sharma (kp 23/03/2016), Pvt sector players discuss trade enhancement (ht 23/03/2016), PM Oli hopes ro reap benefits from revival of Silk Route (ht 23/03/2016), Xi ‘willing’ to assist in expanding trade, bridging trade gap (rep 23/03/2016), Nepal courts Chinese investors (rep 23/03/2016)

Chinese president likely to visit Nepal on way to India in Oct (ht 23/03/2016)

The good, the bad, and the ugly: Nepal’s relation with China is being influenced by brokers behind huge financial deals and big projects, by Ajaya Bhadra Khanal (kp 23/03/2016)

Nepal signs deal to gain access to Chinese ports: To PM Oli’s request to build rail lines, China says train connectivity a ‘longer-term plan’, by Anil Giri (kp 22/03/2016), NRB, CBRC sign MoU on exchange of supervisory info, by Bibek Subedi (kp 22/03/2016), Nepal, China sign pact on cross border banking supervision cooperation, by Sagar Ghimire (rep 22/03/2016), Nepal, China pen transit trade treaty, nine other pacts, by Rupak D. Sharma (ht), Nepal, China ink historic trade, transit treaty, by Kuvera Chalise (rep 22/03/2016), Xi wants long-term strategic relations with Nepal, by Purna Basnet (rep 22/03/2016), Commercial fuel accord with China still elusive, by Sujan Dhungana (rep 22/03/2016), Loan agreement paves the way for Pokhara int'l airport project, by Santosh Pokharel (rep 22/03/2016), Prime Minister Oli’s China Visit, by Siddhi B Ranjitkar (km 22/03/2016)

Oli begins weeklong visit to China today: Three MoUs to be signed; Formalisation of agreements on cards, by Bhadra Sharma (kp 20/03/2016), PM Oli leaves for China visit today (ht 20/03/2016), Oil deal put on back burner (kp 20/03/2016), Eye on transit deal as PM reaches Beijing: Agreement could provide another gateway for third country trade, via Tianjin—3,000km from Nepal, by Anil Giri (kp 21/03/2016), Bejing-bound: The Oli govt’s foreign policy objectives vis-a-vis China and India are not clear (kp 21/03/2016), Diversifying trade with China is the need of the hour, interview with Tanka Karki (kp 21/03/2016), PM Oli in Beijing for a weeklong visit to the northern neighbour (ht 21/03/2016), PM Oli embarks on China visit (rep 21/03/2016), Mission China: People are waiting to see if our PM can convince his Chinese counterpart on Nepal's need for an alternate access to the sea, by Suresh Acharya (rep 21/03/2016)

China matters: China is an astute rising superpower and it hardly plays into other's hands easily; So it will be naïve to try to play the infamous China card, by Madhu Raman Acharya (rep 19/03/2016)

Tarai forces draw China’s attention to their agendas (kp 19/03/2016)

Nepal-China transit treaty negotiations end, by Prithvi Man Shrestha (kp 19/03/2016), PM says will sign transit, transport deal with China (rep 19/03/2016), PM Oli may push for expanding trade with China, by Purna Basnet (rep 19/03/2016), Sign oil import agreement with China: Senior leaders to Oli (rep 19/03/2016)

Bhattarai tells PM to sign BIPPA with China (ht 19/03/2016)

PM to fly to China with Himalaya, by Sangam Prasain (kp 18/03/2016)

No oil for Oli: “Beijing can take advantage of Nepal’s increased distance from India, but is unlikely to help us at the cost of angering New Delhi”, by Om Astha Rai (nt 18/03/2016), The China Syndrome: Prime Minister Oli’s main task is to restore China’s trust in Nepal’s future stability (nt 18/03/2016)

What does Nepal offer?: Let development works from now on be a symbol of cooperation between the two countries, not of our dependence on China, by Trailokya Raj Aryal (rep 17/03/2016)

NEA, China’s CWE moving closer on West Seti project, by Bibek Subedi (kp 16/03/2016)

Nepal, China likely to sign airport loan agreement (ht 16/03/2016)

Six MoUs to be signed, by Anil Giri (kp 15/03/2016)

To China, with hope: PM Oli is going to China at a time when the blockade is still fresh in public memory and expectations from China are high, by Mahabir Paudyal (rep 15/03/2016)

Mr Oli goes to China: Nepal is still a part of an overarching Chinese policy in South Asia, by Biswas Baral (rep 14/03/2016)

Kerung border point resumes operations, by Krishna Thapa (kp 13/03/2016)

China ‘willing’ to respond to Nepal’s infrastructure needs (kp 10/03/2016) [Financial support is useless as long as government and administration do not infest this money!!], PM's visit to China: IBN for materialising West Seti agreement, by Bibek Subedi (kp 11/03/2016), PM to seek Chinese investment in hydropower (ht 11/03/2016), Govt eyeing fuel, hydro deals during PM's China visit (rep 11/03/2016), Nepal to seek duty-free access for 400 products: Signing of Bilateral Investment Protection and Promotion Agreement less likely, by Prithvi Man Shrestha (kp 12/03/2016)

Locals ask govt to seek Chinese aid, by Ananda Gautam (kp 10/03/2016)

China prez may visit Nepal later this year, by Purna Basnet (rep 08/03/2016)

Proposed Pokhara International Airport: Loan deal may be signed during Oli’s China visit (kp 05/03/2016)

Govt team in Beijing for fuel-import talks, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 04/03/2016)

NAC agrees to receive aircraft with conditions: Among the conditions, the national flag carrier has demanded that China’s AVIC International, the supplier of the problem-plagued MA60 and Y12e, guarantee  compensation for losses incurred while flying the planes in Nepal with a load penalty, by Sangam Prasain (kp 04/03/2016)

China-South Asia expo: Nepal to make strong presence in Kunming, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 02/03/2016)

Commercial petro-deal with China during PM's visit, by Sujan Dhungana (rep 01/03/2016)

Bilateral security meeting ends (ht 29/02/2016)

PM Oli likely to visit China from March 20, by Anil Giri (kp 28/02/2016)

Nepal set for major Chinese investment in solar energy (ht 24/02/2016)

Flow of Chinese tourists dismal despite free visa provision, by Santosh Pokhrel (rep 17/02/2016)

The China delusion: Our leaders and analysts should stop looking at China through their rose-tinted glass and acting as spin doctors of Chinese government, by Trailokya Raj Aryal (rep 17/02/2016) [critical towards China but starry-eyed towards India??]

PM to visit China next month (kp 16/02/2016)

Electric bus operations: China team to visit Capital for feasibility study: KMC (kp 15/02/2016)

China: Koirala was committed to better ties (kp 10/02/2016)

CommMin to prepare draft of transit treaty (kp 03/02/2016)

Plan to sign petro deal with China on the back burner: Officials say improved supply from India has delayes the plan, by Sujan Dhungana (rep 02/02/2016) [Yes, please wait for the next Indian blockade! It will come for sure!!]

China hails Nepal’s bid to resolve differences (kp 27/01/2016)

Nepal-China ties will strengthen further: Thapa (ht 25/01/2016)

Northern ties: Nepal should look over the Himalaya for increased investment to boost its economy, by Suresh Pranjali (kp 24/01/2016)

NECHIN time: President Xi Jinping of China had first proposed the Nepal-China-India Economic Corridor, an idea supported by PM Narendra Modi of India, by Suresh Acharya (rep 20/01/2016)

PM's India, China visits: Indian, Chinese envoys call on DPM Thapa, by Anil Giri (kp 19/01/2016)

FinMin urges China to settle pending issues (ht 18/01/2016)

Preparations gather momentum for prime minister’s China visit (kp 14/01/2016)

China connection: Deeper economic integration with China is a key to build a prosperous and strong Nepal, by Ram C. Acharya (kp 12/01/2016)

First batch of Chinese tourists get free visas (kp 08/01/2016)

$216m loan agreed: China EXIM Bank to provide 25 percent of the loan without interest, by Sangam Prasain (kp 05/01/2016)

The China factor: What Nepal expects from China is respect and continued support for its prosperity, by Dipendra Adhikari (rep 04/01/2016)

Nepal proposing China to open three border points, by Kriti Bhuju (rep 04/01/2016)

China to grant 1.4m litre more fuel (kp 30/12/2015), Thapa returns with China’s  pledge of another fuel grant (ht 30/12/2015)

Chengdu offers to open consulate general office: Chengdu mayor underlines the need of a cooperation mechanism to further economic cooperation (kp 28/12/2015)

Nepal and China agree to sign long-term fuel deal, by Anil Giri (kp 26/12/2015), China agrees to trade in fuel with Nepal on long-term basis, by Lekhanath Pandey (ht 26/12/2015)

NOC to obtain bullets to bring gas from China, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 26/12/2015)

Govt waives visa fee for Chinese tourists, by Sangam Prasain (kp 26/12/2015)

China hints at more fuel aid to Nepal (kp 25/12/2015)

Nepal urges China to upgrade border routes (ht 25/12/2015)

Thapa: China visit will create economic framework (kp 23/12/2015)

Nepal to sign trade and transit pact with China (kp 21/12/2015)

Discussions continue on oil deal, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 21/12/2015)

IBN approves Rs14b Chinese investment, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 21/12/2015)

Thapa likely to visit Beijing next week for fuel deal (kp 18/12/2015), Nepal prepares wish list ahead of foreign minister’s China visit (ht 18/12/2015), DPM Thapa leaving for five-day China visit: Expected to seal a trade and transit agreement with the northern neighbour (ht 20/12/2015)

Bordering on helplessness: An abandoned town and a lifeless bridge at the once-busy checkpoint between Nepal and China, by Xiaotong Xu and Siran Liang (nt 18/12/2015), The wild west: Rasuwa was projected as an alternative trade route to China, but is plagued by delays and corruption, by Dambar K Shrestha (nt 18/12/2015)

Nepal to propose China to resume Ktm-Lhasa direct bus service (kp 17/12/2015)

House panel directs govt to repair Araniko Highway (kp 17/12/2015)

Trade through Tatopani unlikely to resume soon: China mulls over new transit point, by Anil Giri (kp 14/12/2015)

Nepal-China trade: Locals of Tatopani left out in cold: Call on the government to do the needful to reopen border point pronto, by Kamal Dev Bhattarai (kp 13/12/2015)

Fuel import from north: Nepal mulls G2G deal with China, by Anil Giri (kp 10/11/2015)

Officials at loss over Chinese fuel deal, by Anil Giri (kp 07/12/2015)

Nepal seeks additional fuel from China in grant, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 30/11/2015)

Imports through Kerung route ‘not impossible’ (kp 30/11/2015)

China announces zero-tariff for 97% Nepali commodities (rep 27/11/2015)

Tax issues delay oil accord with China, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 23/11/2015), Delays dogging Nepal-China fuel pact, by Sujan Dhungana (rep 23/11/2015)

Bajhang-Tibet road construction to open opportunities for traders (ht 23/11/2015)

Trade activities increase at Rasuwa border point, by Krishna Thapa (kp 22/11/2015), Govt to open all border points with China: DPM (kp 23/11/2015)

Team named to sign oil trade deal with China (kp 20/11/2015), Seven-member Nepali team set to visit China soon to seal petroleum deal (ht 20/11/2015), Team to leave for Beijing tomorrow (kp 22/11/2015), Nepali delegation leaving for China today (ht 22/11/2015)

Drastic increase in Chinese aid surprises Mustang locals: Goods worth about Rs 80 million offered in grant, by Dilip Poudel (rep 19/11/2015)

Fuel imports from China: No ceiling on supply volume: Minister Pun, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 19/11/2015)

Tibet to be developed as gateway to Asia (kp 18/11/2015)

15th Nepal China-Tibet Economic and Trade Fair 2015 kicks off (ht 18/11/2015), Electric products big draw at Nepal-China trade fair (kp 19/11/2015)

‘China ready to send gas via Tatopani’ (kp 16/11/2015), China proposes to bring gas bullets directly to Panchkhal (ht 16/11/2015)

MoU signed to promote solar energy (ht 11/11/2015)

House committee to govt: ‘Improve trade routes in north’ (kp 10/11/2015), House panel directs govt to expedite trade routes with China (ht 10/11/2015)

2 border points face obstruction, by Sudeep Kaini (kp 08/11/2015)

7 new routes to be used: Besides 2 in use, Nepal and China agree to upgrade passes being used by locals for trade, by Prithvi Man Shrestha (kp 06/11/2015), Nepal-China agree to enhance bilateral trade (ht 06/11/2015), Kerung trade point is prority for China, by Rudra Pangeni (rep 07/11/2015)

Nepal-China oil deal: NOC invites PetroChina for talks (kp 04/11/2015), PetroChina officials invited for talks (ht 04/11/2015)

Nepal, China to reopen Khasa route at earliest, by Prithvi Man Shrestha (kp 04/11/2015)

Customs DDG-level talks with China today (ht 03/11/2015)

Nepal to request China to open more passes (kp 03/11/2015), Nepal asks China to keep fuel shipments flowing, by Prithvi Man Shrestha (kp 03/11/2015)

New Dynamism In Nepal-China Relations, by Nandalal Tiwari (rn 02/10/2015)

'Trade and transit treaty with China being mulled' (ht 01/11/2015)

3 tankers arrive with fuel: With 27KL Chinese petrol, trucks are expected in Kathmandu today, by Krishna Thapa (kp 01/11/2015), Three tankers loaded with Chinese petrol to arrive in Capital today (kp 01/11/2015)

Tankers in north border to take fuel from China, by Krishna Thapa (kp 31/10/2015), Interpreting China: Chinese presence and influence is everywhere but China is not flaunting it, something the Indians like to do in Nepal, by Trailokya Raj Aryal (rep 31/10/2015)

100t of grant petrol arriving on Saturday (kp 30/10/2015), Tankers to leave for Kyirong today (ht 30/10/2015), A landmark deal (ht 30/10/2015), Escape plan: The country needs a strategy to break away from the stranglehold some countries have over Nepal, by Shyam KC (kp 30/10/2015)

Nepal inks historic oil agreement with China, by Sangam Prasain and Rajesh Khanal (kp 29/10/2015), Nepal inks framework deal with China for fuel supply, by Purna Basnet and Rudra Pangeni (rep 29/10/2015), Nepal, China seal deal for import of fuel, by Lekhanath Pandey (ht 29/10/2015), Chinese petrol likely to arrive by next week (ht 29/10/2015)

Govt team to hold talks on petro products import from China: Delegation leaving for Beijing to seal G2G deal, by Pushpa Raj Acharya (ht 26/10/2015), Nepal asked to take 1KT fuel by Nov 25: NOC officials say fuel transport through Kerung-Rasuwagadhi  ‘technically feasible’, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 26/10/2015), 'Supply of grant fuel from China within one or two days' (rep 26/10/2015), China set to be Nepal’s 2nd oil trade partner: Eight-member government team heads to Beijing for negotiations, by Sangam Prasain (kp 27/10/2015), Nepal Oil Corporation tells transporters to keep fuel tankers on standby (ht 27/10/2015), First consignment likely this week (kp 27/10/2015), Fuel talks with China ‘moving well’, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 28/10/2015), China ready to provide fuel (ht 28/10/2015)

Govt to procure fuel from China: China pledges 1,000 tonnes  of fuel as  subsidy to Nepal, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 25/10/2015)

China Premier hails Oli’s pm election (kp 13/10/2015)

Nepal most viable bridge between China and South Asia, interview with Hu Shisheng (kp 12/10/2015)

The China card: The temptation for China to play the knight in shining armor that comes to Nepal's miraculous recue is getting harder to resist, by Biswas Baral (rep 08/10/2015)

MPs lobby for opening all passes with China (kp 07/10/2015), Wishful Thinking, by Hira Bahadur Thapa (rn 07/10/2015)

Ministry seeks Euro III standard fuel from China, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 03/10/2015), It's not possible to redirect trade to China immediately: Mahat, by Binod Subedi (rep 05/10/2015), Experts blame laeders' apathy for poor trade connectivity with China, by Sangeet Sangroula (rep 05/10/2015)

Rasuwagadhi-Kyerung trade route: Ministry requests Chinese side for speedy maintenance (kp 01/10/2015)

Nepal and China historic border talks (ht 14/09/2015)

Chinese leaders, experts suggest: Nepal crisis should be resolved through dialogue, by Akhilesh Upadhyay (kp 13/09/2015)

China to provide one-third of loans without interest (kp 29/08/2015)

China ‘ready’ to help Nepal simplify trade procedures (kp 23/08/2015)

Once a refugee, always a refugee, by Priyanka Gurung (rep 21/08/2015)

People-to-people diplomacy: Shrestha’s book gives insight into the Nepali diaspora living in China, by Bhim Udas (kp 16/08/2015)

China to help reconstruct Nuwakot (kp 10/08/2015)

Nepali workers top Tibetans’ wantlist, by Roshan Sedhai (kp 04/08/2015)

Nepali girl's China dream turns into nightmare: Rescue efforts a tough task in lack of identity, address details, by Kamal Pariyar (rep 04/08/2015)

Sixty years strong: Our relationship with China has evolved to include interests larger than security (kp 31/07/2015), Friend in the north: China is ready to do whatever it can to help post-quake Nepal, by Wang Li (kp 31/07/2015), Nepal, China exchange greetings on 60 yrs of ties (kp 01/08/2015), Nepal, China mark 60 years of diplomatic ties: Prime Minister Koirala appreciates growing India-China friendship (ht)

NA, with China troops, to reopen north trade points (kp 25/07/2015), NA to work to reopen Araniko Highway (ht 25/07/2015)

Chinese asst minister arrives today (kp 21/07/2015), Nepal, China to talk rebuilding projects (kp 22/07/2015), China: Ready to work with India; Nepal, China sign two pacts for post-earthquake rebuilding, rehab, by Anil Giri (kp 24/07/2015), China to gift $10m for post-quake rebuilding (kp 24/07/2015), Chinese minister calls on Koirala (ht 25/07/2015)

Rail network can be extended upto Kathmandu, say Chinese officials, by Roshan Sedhai (kp 20/07/2015)

Trilateral corridor: Connecting China and India through Nepal could be tremendously beneficial for Nepal’s post-quake economy, by Maina Dhital (kp 17/07/2015)

Friends and benefits: Kathmandu needs to take advantage of the improving bilateral relations between Beijing and New Delhi, by Lok Raj Baral (kp 13/07/2015)

Tatopani customs clearance at TIA (ht 13/07/2015)

Maoists write to Modi, Xi and PM Koirala on Lipu-Lekh (kp 10/07/2015)

The trilateral path: Nepal stands to benefit from the rapprochement between India and China, and not just in earthquake reconstruction, by Bihari K. Shrestha (nt 10/07/2015)

China agrees to release goods stuck at Khasa, by Rishi Ram Poudel (kp 27/06/2015)

China likely to extend US$650 million, by Lekhanath Pandey (ht 25/06/2015)

China raises Rs 1.21b for Nepal, by Nirmal Shrestha (kp 24/06/2015)

Yam indeed: Decision to expand Sino-Indian border trade through Lipulekh Pass disregards Nepal’s sovereign rights over the area, by Buddhi Narayan Shrestha (kp 22/06/2015), Nepal collecting facts to defend Lipu-Lekh pass, by Anil Giri (kp 27/06/2015), Govt told to clear position (kp 02/07/2015), Lawmakers flay govt over India-China Lipu Lekh deal (rep 02/07/2015), House gets vague clarification (kp 03/07/2015), Discreet diplomacy: Foreign Ministry must try to convince China that the Lipulekh Pass is a disputed area between Nepal and India, by Gopal Thapa (kp 08/07/2015)

Revisiting Nepal-China Ties, by Ritu Raj Subedi (rn 21/06/2015)

Rasuwagadi customs office back in business (ht 20/06/2015)

Tatopani shut; Dashain imports to be hit, by Rishi Ram Poudyal (kp 15/06/2015)

Minister Thapa seeks Chinese help for post-quake reconstruction work (ht 15/06/2015)

Chinese VP assures of support for Nepal's reconstruction plan, by Purna Basnet (rep 13/06/2015)

China to build Bailey bridge at Tatopani border, by Rishiram Poudyal (kp 12/06/2015)

DDMC asks Prez to help open border with Tibet, by Sudip Kaini (kp 10/06/2015)

Lipu Lekh dispute: Panel asks govt to start efforts to correct India-China statement; Surveyor Buddhi Narayan Shrestha says historical maps and facts suggest that the Lipu-Lekhis located at Byas VDC in Darchula district (kp 10/06/2015), Indian Communist leader Yechury denounces India-China statement: The CPI-M leader says the two countries should have consulted Nepal prior to deciding on the trade route plan (kp 11/06/2015)

Leaders express concerns over India-China statement: A joint statement of India and China states the two countries have agreed to expand border at Lipu-Lekh, an area which Nepal claims to be inside its territory, by Anil Giri (kp 28/05/2015)

India, China for trilateral co-op with Nepal: Officials in Nepal welcome ‘respect for sovereignty, independence’, by Anil Giri (kp 22/05/2015), Nepal's sensitivity ignored, by Nandalal Tiwari (rn 25/05/2015)

Chinese vice minister arriving (kp 20/05/2015)

China to send additional relief aid worth Rs 1.3 bn (ht 19/05/2015)

Booming India & China: Opportunity for Nepal; The two emerging economies in Asia are competing to invest in Nepal, by Kosh Raj Koirala (rep 24/04/2015)

Koirala meets Chinese prez (kp 23/04/2015)

Luring the dragon: Tourism destinations in Nepal are busy, as more and more Chinese are arriving, by Aditya Baral (kp 21/04/2015), Chinese are coming: Nepal needs to learn from global initiatives to lure Chinese tourists (kp 24/04/2015), China set to edge out India as No 1 tourist source, by Sangam Prasain (kp 25/04/2015)

Chinese officials meet PM, Dahal (kp 20/04/2015)

Import from China soars by 40.4pc (ht 15/04/2015)

Nepal, China agree to amend airworthiness pact (ht 14/04/2015)

China to build Rasuwa dry port (kp 11/04/2015), China to help build ICD in Timure (ht 11/04/2015)

Report: China eyeing Tibet-Nepal railway (kp 10/04/2015), China may build tunnel under Everest (ht 10/05/2015)

Strategy for success: Nepal needs to think on the strategic relationship it wants to cultivate with a rising China, by Bhoj Raj Poudel (kp 07/04/2015)

China to extend railway link by 2020 (kp 02/04/2015)

China for early constitution (ht 02/04/2015)

Xi announces Rs 14b in new aid: Money to be used to upgrade Araniko Highway, build transport infrastructure, by Nirmal Shrestha (kp 29/03/2015)

President leaves for China today (kp 26/03/2015), Prez leaving for China today (ht 26/03/2015), Prez to inaugurate Araniko centre, by Nirmal Shrestha (kp 26/03/2015), Prez Yadav leaves for China on weeklong visit: To address BOAO Forum for Asia tomorrow; Will return home after a trip to Lhasa on April 1 (ht 27/03/2015), Prez calls for concerted
efforts to fight poverty
(ht 29/03/2015)

China to extend new aid package, by Anil Giri (kp 25/03/2015)

China's Silk Road initiative: Experts: Nepal should create opportunities (kp 24/03/2015)

Pata Nepal targets 215k Chinese tourists (kp 22/03/2015)

‘Beijing eager to welcome prez Yadav’ (ht 21/03/2015), ‘Secure Xi’s visit to Nepal’, by Anil Giri (kp 23/03/2015), The Chinese connection: Boao forum is an opportunity for President Yadav to pursue bilateral talks with China at the highest level, by Dhruba H. Adhikary (kp 25/03/2015)

China assures more support in key areas (ht 19/03/2015)

Largest Chinese FDI pledge comes in cement, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 18/03/2015)

Nepal, China to sign RMB800m aid pact: Finance Secretary Suman Sharma and Chinese Ambassador to Nepal Wu Chuntai are scheduled to sign the agreement (kp 17/03/2015), China jacks up aid to Nepal five-fold (kp 18/03/2015), China agrees to extend grant assistance of Rs 12.83 billion (ht 18/03/2015), China ups grant assistance to Nepal (rep 18/03/2015)

Foreign Minister Pandey to head for China from Japan (ht 17/03/2015), FM Pandey in Chinese capital (kp 18/03/2015), FM lauds China’s peripheral diplomacy (kp 20/03/2015), FM Pandey meets Chinese vice president in Beijing (kp 21/03/2015), Nepal renews invitation to China leaders: Foreign minister expects visits from Chinese prez, premier (ht 22/03/2015)

Tourism flatlines, Chinese are up: Number of Chinese tourists have increased by 18 per cent in the past year (nt 13/03/2015)

Police step up vigil to foil anti-China protests (ht 11/03/2015)

China moves to construct inland container depot at Rasuwagadhi (kp 10/03/2015)

Reviving the road: Landlocked economies in South Asia could benefit from China’s plans to build the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, by Madan Kumar Dahal (kp 10/03/2015)

Chinese bank officials to visit on March 9: Finance Ministry hopeful of signing loan agreement on Pokhara airport in next phase (ht 04/03/2015)

Trade deficit with China rises by 41.45 per cent (ht 28/02/2015)

China to offer Rs 10m to flood-hit school (kp 10/02/2015)

Trans-border fibre connection in offing: NT, by Ramesh Shrestha (ht 08/02/2015)

China demand for tiger parts fuelling poaching: Experts (ht 04/02/2015)

Looming China: China has been actively wooing snmall countries like Maldives, Bhutan and Nepal to reduce India's dominance in South Asia, by Hari Bansh Jha (rep 31/01/2015)

Missing skepticism: We have failed to question, let alone answer, the reasons behind the newfound Chinese interests in Nepal, by Trailokya Raj Aryal (rep 28/01/2015)

Panel proposed to mark Nepal-China ties (kp 26/01/2015), Panel to celebrate Nepal-China ties (kp 27/01/2015)

Country may open rice export to China (ht 21/01/2015)

300 containers stranded in Khasa due to strike (kp 13/01/2015), Trucks with perishable goods allowed to depart, by Rishiram Poudel (kp 16/01/2015)

Revisiting Citrus Trade Agreement With China, by Prakash Paudel (rn 08/01/2015)

Chinese interest: Frequent visits of Chinese delegations show China's apprehensions vis-à-vis Nepal, by Birendra P. Mishra (rep 06/01/2015)

House panel asks govt to study railway feasibility, by Prithvi Man Shrestha (kp 06/01/2015)

Chinese case: Similar agro-biodiversity of Tibet and northern Nepal makes cooperation between the two meaningful, by Bhairab Raj Kaini (rep 05/01/2015)

High level exchange of visits on the cards: President Yadav likely to leave for Hainan Province in March-end to attend Boao Conference, by Lekhanath Pandey (ht 04/01/2015)

List of products facing problemin export forwarded to China (ht 04/01/2015)

The Chinese are coming: ...but a lot more tourists from China would visit if there was more information about Nepal online in Mandarin, by Claire Li Yingxue (nt 02/01/2015)

Nepal, China sign agreement: Citizens of both nations to get single-day travel permit to visit each other’s country (ht 01/01/2015)

Nepal, China sign MoU on media cooperation (kp 30/12/2014)

Opening up: China is becoming more interested in Nepal as it realizes that Nepal as it is also important for its dream to have a grip in South Asia market, by Bhoj Raj Poudel (rep 29/12/2014)

Wang's Nepal Visit And The Bridge Discourse, by Nandalal Tiwari (rn 29/12/2014)

In Nepal, Wang to press China’s peripheral policy, by Anil Giri (kp 25/12/2014), Foreign minister of China arriving today: Visit likely to set ground for Xi Jinping’s trip (ht 25/12/2014), Chinese FM arriving in Kathmandu (rep 25/12/2014), Keeping Nepal in priority, China Foreign Minister Wang arrives (kp 26/12/2014), Foreign minister of China in capital (ht 26/12/2014), Chinese foreign minister arrives on 3-day visit (rep 26/12/2014), ‘Nepal can bridge China, SAsia’: Visiting Chinese foreign minister stresses trilateral cooperation between Nepal, India and China, by Anil Giri (kp 27/12/2014), Seek common ground for constitution: Wang (kp 27/12/2014), Wang hopes early consensus through dialogue (ht 27/12/2014), Nepal, China to work in nine core areas, by Lekhanath Pandey (ht 27/12/2014), Nepal seeks Chinese support for upgradation of trading routes (ht 27/12/2014), Banks can now open accounts in ChinaNew deal paves way for use of renminbi for trade transactions with northern neighbour (ht 27/12/2014), China raises grant support to Nepal: No competition with India in Nepal: Minister Wang, by Kosh Raj Koirala (rep 27/12/2014), China assures rail link with Nepal: Nepal asked to study feasibility; Scholarship slots added for Nepalis, by Anil Giri (kp 28/12/2014), Chinese Foreign minister wraps up Nepal visit (ht 28/12/2014)

Nepal, China sign currency swap deal (kp 25/12/2014)

Chinese intellectuals hold talks with Minister Pandey (kp 22/12/2014)

Wang to speak in Kathmandu on China’s foreign policy (kp 21/12/2014), Chinese minister’s visit likely to pave way for future high level visits, by Lekhanath Pandey (ht 21/12/2014)

Nepal seeks Chinese assistance for road upgradation work (kp 21/12/2014), Nepal seeks Chinese assistance: New infrastructure projects proposed to enhance trade capacity (ht 21/12/2014)

Export to China up 81.9 pc in four months, by Sagar Ghimire (rep 19/12/2014)

China seeks party-to-party ties with NC, UML, Maoists (kp 17/12/2014), Chinese leader calls on PM, Dahal, Baidhya: Suggests promulgation of constitution through consensus (ht 17/12/2014)

Country on wire: Nepal’s diplomacy must tread a fine line while balancing the respective interests of both India and China, by Govind Prasad Kusum (kp 16/12/2014)

Nepal, China holding IETC meeting after a 7-year gap (rep 16/12/2014)

Senior Chinese officials arriving (kp 15/12/2014)

SWC to blacklist Chinese NGO APECF, by Rajan Pokhrel (ht 15/12/2014)

Nepal forwards revised BIPPA draft to China, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 12/12/2014), Nepal urges China to sign BIPPA (ht 12/12/2014), Nepal sends feedback on Chinese-proposed BIPPA, by Sagar Ghimire (kp 12/12/2014)

Entering South Asia: Nepal’s policymakers need to seriously take China’s geopolitical ambitions into account, by Daman Bahadur Ghale (kp 11/12/2014)

'China prez could visit Nepal in 2015', by Purna Basnet (rep 09/12/2014)

Duty-free, quota-free  market access: China extends facility to 199 more products, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 06/12/2014)

Wang to arrive later this month (kp 05/12/2014), Chinese foreign minister to visit Nepal for two days (ht 06/12/2014)

2nd Sino-Nepal trade route opens: Gyirong Port inaugurated on Rasuwagadhi border on Monday, by Krishna Thapa (kp 02/12/2014)

NRB, China to sign pact to facilitate use of RMB by Dec (ht 30/11/2014)

Jilong-Rasuwagadi route to open (ht 30/11/2014)

China ‘keen’ to be South Asia’s strategic partner, by Nirmal Shrestha (kp 23/11/2014)

Students throng Beijing Edu Fair (kp 21/11/2014)

Bring China in: As the rising power in the new world order, China joining the SAARC will contribute to overall development in South Asia, by Shrijan Malla (rep 18/11/2014)

Tarai tribulations: The Chinese intention of making inroads into Lumbini, which is adjacent to the Indian border, in the name of supporting infrastructure is now well established, by Hari Bansh Jha (rep 18/11/2014) [??]

Cabinet gives nod to DFQF facility (ht 14/11/2014)

Regional international airport in Pokhara: FinMin seeks soft loan from Chinese bank (kp 11/11/2014)

Jilong-Rasuwagadhi checkpost to begin operation soon (ht 08/11/2014)

Yam, buffer, bridge: Our foreign policy vis-à-vis China and India must be informed by the exigencies of strategic realities, by Gopal Thapa (kp 04/11/2014)

China to review terms for operating MA60, reduce training, instructor pilot costs (ht 04/11/2014)

China expands DFQF access to 8,030 goods (kp 04/11/2014)

Chinese aid sought for GPK hospital (kp 31/10/2014)

Tibet region chief stresses better ties in security (kp 28/10/2014) [??], Tibet Autonomous Region Chair meets Foreign Minister Pandey (ht 28/10/2014), Tibet announces additional 20m yuan annual aid to Nepal (kp 29/10/2014), Visiting Tibetan official kicks up controversy: Pledges 100 computers to UCPN-M (ht 29/10/2014), China stresses bilateral cooperation (ht 29/10/2014)

MoI to send opinion on China's BIPPA proposal within a month (rep 28/10/2014)

China for quick signing of BIPPA with Nepal: Gautam (kp 23/10/2014), China wants to have BIPPA, extradition treaty with Nepal: Gautam (ht 23/10/2014)

Transport goons fleecing traders at Tatopani point, by Rishiram Poudel (kp 21/10/2014)

Nepal sticks to One-China policy: DPM (ht 20/10/2014)

China agrees to build Rasuwagadhi ICD: Chinese side to construct three quarantine check points for animal, plant and food testing, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 15/10/2014), Nepal, China sign pact to develop ICD in Rasuwagadhi (ht 17/10/2014)

Nepal, China to discuss security issues (kp 13/10/2014)

China govt all setto open Kerung check post: Will be equipped with customs, quarantine and immigration services (ht 07/10/2014)

China, Nepal to enhance ties (nn 05/10/2014)

Chinese prez likely to visit Nepal next year: Pandey, by Nirmal Shrestha (kp 30/09/2014)

China to extend rail to Nepal: Chinese side agrees in principle to build alternative cargo route from Rasuwagadhi to Kathmandu, by Prithvi Man Shrestha and Rajesh Khanal (kp 29/09/2014)

FM meets his Chinese, Qatari counterparts (kp 29/09/2014)

Veep leaves for Lhasa to attend expo (kp 25/09/2014), VP reiterates ‘One-China Policy’ (ht 27/09/2014)

Chalk or cheese: Xi Jinping’s Nepal visit (rep 25/09/2014)

Nepal to ask China to allow more traffic via Kyirong (kp 23/09/2014)

Know your boundary: BP endorsed partial Chines claim over Evereston the ground that the mountaineers who climbed from the north received visa from China, by Hari Bansh Jha (rep 21/09/2014)

Nepal-China trade meet to begin next week: On the agenda (ht 19/09/2014)

Dream on: India implements what it wnats through its intelligence channels and China gives what Nepal wants; Trilateral ties don't come into picture, by Bhoj Raj Poudel (rep 17/09/2014)

Traders divert shipments to Rasuwagadhi route, by Krsihna Thapa (kp 13/09/2014)

1,000 Nepal-bound container trucks stranded in Khasa, by Risiram Poudyal (kp 05/09/2014)

Revenue collection of Nepali missions in China surges, by Nirmal Shrestha (kp 31/08/2014)

FinMin calls for more Chinese capital in Nepal’s dev endeavours (kp 29/08/2014)

China willing to help landslide victims (ht 28/08/2014)

Chinese arrivals reach all-time high of 113k (kp 26/08/2014)

Rasuwagadhi jammed as traders reroute shipments, by Krishna Thapa (kp 26/08/2014)

Gold smuggling from Tibet spikes: 16 kg gold confiscated in three weeks, by Dhruva Dangal (rep 26/08/2014)

Neighbours high on China’s foreign policy agenda, by Dewan Rai (kp 25/08/2014)

Himalaya Airlines to begin operations in Oct, by Sangam Prasain (kp 20/08/2014), Nepal, China join hands in Himalaya Airlines: Biggest foreign direct investment in aviation sector of country from northern neighbour (ht 20/08/2014), Himalaya Airlines to start int'l flights from October (rep 20/08/2014)

China's Nepal game: India is anxious that China has been tryingf to increase its influence in Nepal in order to meet its new security needs, by Bhoj Raj Poudel (rep 20/08/2014)

Chinese rail chugs closer to Nepal: 253 km Lhasa-Shigatse line opens to public, by Dewan Rai (kp 17/08/2014)

Nepal China relations: Matter Of Friendship, by Keshab Poudel (sp 15/08/2014)

China government eases exit visa policy for its nationals (kp 15/08/2014)

Flood cuts off Nepal-China trade lifeline: With a 1.5 km section destroyed by landslide, supply of Chinese goods via Tatopani border remains halted, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 14/08/2014), China offers help in draining dam (kp 14/08/2014)

China steps up construction work at Kyirong border, by Nirmal Shrestha (kp 09/08/2014)

China To Incease Assistance To Nepal (rep 09/08/2014)

China wary of Modi's engagement in Nepal, by Purna Basnet (rep 07/08/2013)

FinMin Mahat China-bound with extensive agenda, by Prithvi Man Shrestha (kp 06/08/2014), Finance Minister Mahat leaves for China today: To discuss stregthening economic ties, brigde trade gap between two nations (ht 06/08/2014), Economic and Technical Committee to be revived (kp 09/08/2014), Lhasa parliament welcomes Mahat (rep 12/08/2014)

Export-import via Tatopani grinds to a halt (kp 04/08/2014)

Chinese arrivals will hit 250k-mark soon: Envoy (kp 02/08/2014)

Nepali, Chinese armies stress cooperation (ht 01/08/2014)

China plans rail link with Nepal, by Nirmal Shrestha (kp 31/07/2014)

Hand-in-hand-in-hand: There are three areas for trilateral cooperation between India, China and Nepal—railways, hydropower and minerals, by G.S. Ranbanshi (kp 27/07/2014)

Duty-free access facility: China positive on easing product classification, by Rishiram Poudyal (kp 26/07/2014)

China plans railway to Nepal, India borders by 2020 (ht 25/07/2014)

Bridge between boulders: Nepal should invite both India and China to competitively invest in development and the economy, by Santosh Sharma Poudel and Stefanie Kam (kp 24/07/2014)

China noses ahead of India in FDI pledge, by Prithvi Man Shrestha (kp 22/07/2014)

Govt not to let in Rinpoche’s body, by Devendra Bhattarai (kp 13/07/2014) [The Chinese are even afraid of dead bodies!!], 'No China pressure in denial of Rinpoche's last rites', by Kosh Raj Koirala (rep 18/07/2014) [????? There is absolute no problem in case of Europeans!!], Shamarpa last rite preparations even as body not allowed in, by Kosh Raj Koirala (rep 19/07/2014), Rites of passage: Sharmapa’s cremation (rep 20/07/2014), Govt urged to let Rimpochhe’s body in the country (kp 23/07/2014), PM, DPM at odds in Rinpoche cremation row, by Santosh Ghimire (rep 26/07/2014), Govt to allow Rinpoche’s last rites in Kathmandu (kp 29/07/2013), Govt likely to allow Rinpoche cremation in Kathmandu (rep 29/07/2014), Rinpoche’s last rites in Raniban tomorrow (kp 30/07/2014), Govt allows Tibetanmonk’s cremation (ht 30/07/2014), Rinpoche cremation set for Thursday: Cabinet allows cremation after formulating new policy, by Santosh Gjimire (rep 30/07/2014), 14th Shamarpa Cremated In Kathmandu: Karmapa lit funeral pyre; hundreds of thousands devotees converge, by Santosh Ghimire (rep 01/08/2014)

China doubles Nepal’s quota for investment: NRB to be allotted annual quota of 2.4 billion renminbi in secure debt instruments, like bonds, by Rupak D. Sharma (ht 26/06/2014)

UN commits on refugee solution, by Anand Gurung (kp 20/06/2014)

NRB to enter into agreement with China to facilitate use of renminbi, by Rupak D, Sharma (ht 19/06/2014)

PM’s Kunming Visit: One More Step In Nepal-China Ties, by Yuba Nath Lamsal (rn 13/06/2014)

FNCCI pitches business opportunities to China (ht 10/06/2014)

Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank membership: Nepal positive towards Chinese proposition, by Prithvi Man Shrestha (kp 06/06/2014)

Human rights allegations: In whose interests?, by James Rinaldi (ht 06/06/2014)

Koirala sure to visit China for Kunming expo, by Anil Giri (kp 02/06/2014), PM flying to China on Thursday (ht 03/06/2014), PM leaving for Kunming today (kp 05/06/2014), PM leads 39-memberteam to China today (ht 05/06/2014), China pledges to assist in Saarc summit, by Nirmal Shrestha (kp 06/06/2014), Koirala’s hasty China trip raises questions, by Nirmal Shrestha (kp 07/06/2014), China pledged railway network: PM (kp 07/06/2014), Koirala returns from Kunming (ht 07/06/2014), Visit fruitful in bolstering Nepal-China ties: PM (rep 07/06/2014), Koirala's Kunming moment: China's careful response to its business needs 30 years ago can be replicated by our prime minister, if he so desires, by Tika P. Dhakal (rep 10/06/2014)

Ties with Nepal important: Xi Jinping (kp 29/05/2014)

Watermelons in Tibet: A transformation, by Hisila Yami (ht 15/05/2014)

Khanal requests China for railway link (kp 15/05/2014), Khanal meets Chinese minister (rep 15/05/2014), Khanal meets Chinese vice-prez: Seeks aid to extend railway up to Kathmandu, build airport in Nijgadh, by Nirmal Shrestha (kp 16/05/2014), UML chief Khanal meets Chinese veep, by Purna Basnet (rep 17/05/2014)

Chinese army delegation in capital (kp 12/05/2014)

Two communist former premiers on China visit (kp 07/05/2014), A case to study: Khanal is probably not important for China; he could be a subject of case study for northern neighbor to understand Nepal's future political course, by Bhoj Raj Paudel (rep 07/05/2014), Bhattarai meets Chinese officials (ht 08/05/2014), Bhattarai urges China to develop hydropower in Nepal, by Purna Basnet (rep 09/05/2014), Khanal meets CPC leader (kp 10/05/2014)

Denial of Tibetans’ mistreatment not credible: HRW (ht 03/05/2014)

West Seti hydropower project: Govt requests China for $400 million in aid (kp 17/04/2014)

Tatopani dry port 65 percent complete, by Dhruba Danagal (rep 13/04/2014)

Beijing urges Nepal to intensify security screening at airport (ht 03/04/2014)

Nepal imposing 'increasing restrictions' on Tibetans after pressure from China: Int'l rights watchdog (nn 01/04/2014) [see HRW report], Tibetans ill-treated in Nepal due to China, says HRW report (ht 02/04/2014), Nepal tightening curbs on Tibetans, bows to China: HRW (rep 02/04/2014)

Madheshis and Mandarins: Any effort to involve China in Madhesh is often perceived as playing China card and put under a great pressure by India and the West, by C.K. Raut (rep 30/03/2014)

Nepal-China discuss conservation (kp 28/03/2014)

Burden of history: Nepal, perhaps more than any other country, has an enormous stake in a peaceful and stable Tibet, by Bhaskar Koirala (kp 25/03/2014)

Wary of protests by Tibetan refugees, police beef up security in capital, by Kamal Pariyar (rep 09/03/2014), Security tightened to contain Tibetan refugees’ protests (kp 10/03/2014), One Tibetan caught, refugee camps under surveillance, by Lal Prasad Sharma (kp 11/03/2014), 9 Tibetans rounded up (kp 11/03/2014), Nine Tibetans detained in city (ht 11/03/2014), 10 Tibetan refugees held, freed (rep 11/03/2014)

Tibetans under police surveillance in Valley (ht 06/03/2014)

China to provide grant of Rs. 192 million (nn 06/03/2014)

China likely to invite Koirala, by Purna Basnet (rep 05/03/2014)

China seeks Nepal's role in improving SAARC-China ties, by Purna Basnet (rep 27/02/2014)

Nepal, China sign revised ASA: The pact allows 56 flights per week between the two countries, by Sangam Prasain (kp 25/02/2014)

On wrong track: It is time for Nepal to rethink its economic and political ties with two giant neighbors, by Bhoj Raj Poudel and Rupak Sapkota (rep 17/02/2014)

Chinese team to visit Nepal to sign revised ASA, by Sangam Prasain (kp 16/02/2014)

Importance of ties with Nepal reiterated (ht 12/02/2014)

China hopes to be a larger market for Nepal: Chinese Ambassador (nn 27/01/2014)

Tibetans pushing stolen bikes into Khasa: Police (ht 26/01/2014) [Tibetans??]

China is largest FDI source for Nepal, overtakes India, by Ananth Krishnan (Hindu 26/01/2014)

Human Rights Watch. Under China’s Shadow: Mistreatment of Tibetans in Nepal. 1 April 2014

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