China 'uses' Nepal against India and also captures it's land

Nepal PM struggles to save his government

Nepal PM

Kathmandu: The pro-Chinese Government, in Nepal, headed by Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, is about to collapse, owing to the divide in the ruling party. The political developments have been fast-tracked in Nepal. Chairman of the communist party of Nepal and former Prime Minister, Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda, called an emergency meeting of the party standing committee.

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Oli government in Nepal in trouble


New Delhi/Kathmandu: The pro-Chinese KP Sharma Oli government, in Nepal, is facing opposition from the ruling party itself. The demand for Prime Minister Oli’s resignation has intensified, and most members of the standing committee of the communist party of Nepal have gone against Prime Minster Oli.

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Nepal government that surrendered its land to China gets in trouble


New Delhi/ Kathmandu: The Prime Minister of Nepal, K.P. Sharma Oli, who stood against India and implemented policies as per Chinese orders is now in trouble. It has emerged that China has grabbed the Nepalese land alongside the Tibetan border and has captured two of Nepal villages. 

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China will betray Nepal too, warns Chief of the refugee Tibetan government

New Delhi/Dharamshala: Dr Lobsang Sangay, the Chief of the refugee Tibetan government, in India, cautioned the Nepalese government saying ‘China first built a road to Tibet. Thereafter, it brought soldiers, tanks and artillery over this road and acquired Tibet. If the Nepalese government does not wake up in time, China will betray Nepal in the same way as Tibet.’ 

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China acquires Nepalese land


Kathmandu: Nepalese Prime Minister KP Oli Sharma, who has dug up a border dispute with India by showing Indian territories as a part of Nepal, is silent about the intrusion of the Chinese Communist government into Nepalese territory. The Nepalese government has probably ignited the border dispute with India, in an attempt to divert the attention of its population from the Chinese intrusion. 

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Nepal amends the citizenship law after controversial map


Kathmandu: Nepal has made one more attempt to incite India by making amendments to the ‘Citizenship Law’, following the Chinese backed map showing regions like Lipulekh and Kalapani as Nepalese territories. As per the amendment, if an Indian girl marries a Nepal national, she will not be given Nepalese citizenship immediately and will have to wait for seven years.

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President of Nepal approves controversial map


New Delhi/Kathmandu: The controversial map showing Indian territories as a part of Nepal, has been approved even by the upper house of the Nepal parliament. Thereafter, the Nepalese President also signed the bill. Therefore, this map has been awarded a constitutional status. 

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China claims Bhutanese territory


Washington: China has claimed the Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary in Bhutan as its own territory. Border dispute already exists between China and Bhutan, as the borders have not been clearly defined. But now China has claimed rights over Bhutanese land and has once again made a dirty exhibition in its ‘Salami Slicing’ policy. 

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Four ASEAN countries castigate China


Hanoi: Vietnam severely criticised China during the ASEAN conference over the Coronavirus pandemic and tension in the South China Sea. Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc criticised that the economy built over so many years crashed because of the epidemic.

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In major blow to China, US passes Hong Kong Autonomy Act


Washington/Beijing: The US has initiated action against China’s Hong Kong National Security Law, and on Thursday, the US Senate passed the Hong Kong Autonomy Act. The European Union (EU) has called for a foreign ministers’ meeting next week to discuss the Hong Kong issue. 

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Tibetan government-in-exile accuses China of ‘cultural genocide’ and seeks an urgent UNHRC session to stop it


Dharamshala/Geneva: ‘The ruling Chinese regime is casing cultural genocide in Tibet. The UN must call for a special UNHRC session on the human rights violations carried out by China in Tibet and the other regions under it,’ Tibetan government-in-exile, Lobsang Sangay urged. The Chinese Communist regime has come under criticism over Coronavirus pandemic, Hong Kong, the South China Sea and attack on India.

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US reprimands China after ASEAN statement, says South China Sea is not its maritime empire


Washington/Manila: The US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo rebuked China by saying that ‘China cannot be allowed to treat the South China Sea as its maritime empire. The member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have taken a firm stand against China, which they have mentioned in their joint statement. 

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India deploys Bhishma Tanks in Galwan Valley


New Delhi: China, who is not interested in reducing the border tension with India, has raised its army deployment in the Galwan Valley. Thus, India as well as deployed the ‘T-90 Bhishma Tanks’ regiment and Anti-tank Guided Missile (ATGM) systems in Galwan Valley.

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The United States rebukes China after the cyber attack in Australia


Washington/ Beijing: The cyberattack carried out in Australia by China is indicating another reason to add up to its conflict with the United States. US State Secretary Mike Pompeo lambasted China and accused it of forcefully imposing its policies against other nations.

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