Tagged: Nepal

Nepal, nestled in the Himalayas between China and India, is a land of diverse landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and a complex political history. Governed as a federal democratic republic, Nepal’s political landscape involves a multi-party system, with major parties including the Nepal Communist Party (NCP), the Nepali Congress (NC), and various smaller parties representing ethnic groups and regions. The country, which underwent a decade-long Maoist insurgency leading to the abolition of its monarchy in 2008, has since experienced political transitions and constitutional changes. Nepal is known for its breathtaking natural beauty, including Mount Everest, and its cultural diversity, evident in festivals like Dashain and Tihar. Agriculture is a significant contributor to the economy, alongside remittances from Nepali workers abroad. Despite challenges related to infrastructure development, poverty, and political instability, Nepal actively engages in international relations, emphasizing its non-aligned status and participation in regional organizations like the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). As Nepal strives for political stability, economic development, and social cohesion, it grapples with issues of governance, resource management, and the delicate balance between tradition and modernization in the context of a rapidly changing South Asian region. INTERSHIPPINGRATES: Features democracy and rights of Nepal.

Nepal Population 2014

Nepal 2014

Yearbook 2014 Nepal. In January, the Election Commission determined the result of the November 2013 election and the new Constituent Assembly took office. In February, Sushil Koirala, leader of the Nepalese Congress Party (NC),...