Some Tips on Nepal and Pakistan Relations : It must be an on-going process for the business leaders of Pakistan and Nepal to carry out exchanges of visits at regular intervals. Pakistani Embassy in Kathmandu and Nepali Embassy in Islamabad should constantly encourage and coordinate such visits, so they may be made result-oriented.
Nepal Foreign Policy: Demands assertive posture for national good : Today we claim that foreign policy process has shifted to Singh Durbar and Shital Niwas from the Palace Secretariat. But the question remains that what changes have taken in our understanding of foreign policy making irrespective of the party in power.
Nepal and Pakistan: My Second motherland : According to the research made by Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) of United Kingdom it was predicted that Nepal and Pakistan will emerge as developed country by 2050 not only in Asia but in the world. Both these two countries are rich in water resources, energy, coal, gas, wind power and....natural heritages.
Nepal: Media and Public Security : Media can link democracy to the life-world, therefore, public security is a key to create democratic media environment. They cannot perform democratic functions under a condition of constant fear and anomie. Public security is essential to existential, personal pursuits and professional concerns of journalists.
Nepal: Transition conundrum : The post People’s Movement 2006 political transition had twin agenda to complete: (1) Drafting of the new constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic Nepal; and (2) Successful conclusion of the peace process. With the first part, the parties fooled Nepali people, saying that they have finished 80-90 percent of the work.
Nepal: Foreign Policy- Revival of Party Politics : The Nepali Congress ever since its foundation has conceived a balanced and practicable foreign policy for Nepal. It has called for Nepal’s friendly contacts with as many countries as possible and its active role in the international forum.
Nepal and Pakistan relation exist since ancient times : Nepal and Pakistan have for long shared a history of people to people relations.Pakistan has also been providing trainings to Nepal Army which continues till date. The Royal Nepal Airlines pilots, aeronautical engineers and technicians were also trained in Pakistan International Airlines (PTA) headquarters.
Nepal and Pakistan ties in complete harmony : Historically, the Sindhu (Indus) Valley Civilization is common to both Nepal and Pakistan. The Sindhu Valley Civilization since the Vedic Ages is given name after the River Sindhu. Ancient history also relates to the brotherhood of Nepali and Pakistani people that they built the Sindhu civilization together. This civilization also created the word Hindu by the name of the river Sindhu (Sindh, Hind, Indus, India, Hindu).
Nepal Foreign Policy-A Review : In the subsequent years of partyless panchayat system, Nepal’s foreign policy received further consolidation and diversification. Nonalignment in general and ‘equal relations’ with India and China in particular had become the basis of foreign policy.