Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra, on May 13, talked about issues that could be discussed during the meeting of Sher Bahadur Deuba and PM Narendra Modi during his Lumbini visit on May 16. He mentioned the discussions of boundary, development of partnership, society of South Asia, aspects relating to Hydropower cooperation, electricity trading. He said conversation would be picked up from where they were left off in New Delhi April.
Nepal PM Sher Bahadur Deuda is set to begin his three-day tour of India, from April 1. Nepal PM will be accompanied by high-level officials and his spouse Arzu Deuba. On April 1, Deuba is scheduled to meet Union External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar. On the second day, April 2, Bahadur Deuba will meet PM Narendra Modi, and other union ministers. After assuming office, this is Deuba's first abroad visit.
Sher Bahadur Deuba, the PM of Nepal is set to begin his India tour, from April 1. The three-day tour have been organised on the invitation of PM Narendra Modi. On March 28, MEA said, "PM of Nepal, accompanied by his spouse Arzu Deuba, will pay an official visit to India from 01-03 April 2022". During his official visit, Nepal PM will meet PM Modi, Vice President.
Sher Bahadur Deuba, the incumbent PM of Nepal, won the president post of his party Nepali Congress (NC) for the second consecutive term. The 75-year-old Deuba defeated Dr. Shekhar Koirala by 1855 votes in the second round of voting to secure his victory in the election, reported ANI. Earlier, he faced four other candidates in the first round. Reportedly, Deuba first became the President of the NC in 2016.
Owing to the menace of the surge in the Covid-19 pandemic in Nepal, PM Sher Bahadur warned people ''not to go out unnecessarily'' and follow the safety protocols on August 7. The PM further said in a video, ''There seem to be signs that we're now on the verge of being hit by the third wave of the pandemic.'' Nepal also extended the lockdown till August 11 in Kathmandu Valley.
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