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Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit Nepal on 16 May

Tags: International News

According to the Ministry of External Affairs, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will make a one-day visit to Nepal on 16 May 2022. Prime Minister Modi will visit Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Gautam Buddha, on the occasion of Buddha Purnima.

Important Facts :

  • The Ministry of External Affairs informed that Modi will visit the neighbouring country on the invitation of Nepal's PM Sher Bahadur Deuba.

  • According to the Ministry of External Affairs, Modi will offer prayers at the Mayadevi temple in Lumbini. Apart from this, he will also address a function organised by Lumbini Development Trust. The Prime Minister will also participate in the foundation stone-laying ceremony of the Buddhist Culture and Heritage Center in the Lumbini Monastery area.

  • According to the ministry, there will also be a bilateral meeting between the two prime ministers.

  • PM Modi will make his fifth visit to Nepal after becoming the Prime Minister in 2014.

PM will be honoured with an honorary doctorate degree:

  • Prime Minister Modi will be honoured with an honorary doctorate by the Lumbini Buddhist University. He is also the first foreign national to receive an honorary degree.

Sher Bahadur Deuba :

  • Nepal's Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba was on a three-day state visit to India from 1 to 3 April 2022.

  • Mr. Deuba's political career spans over seven decades. This is his fifth term as Prime Minister of Nepal since he was first elected in September 1995.

Issues and challenges between India and Nepal:

  • As a landlocked nation, Nepal was dependent on Indian imports for many years and India played an active role in Nepal's affairs.

China's intervention:

  • In recent years, Nepal has moved away from India's influence and China has gradually increased the investment, aid and lending in Nepal.

  • China considers Nepal a key partner in its Belt and Road Initiative and wants to invest in Nepal's infrastructure as part of its plans to boost global trade.

  • Increasing cooperation between Nepal and China can weaken Nepal's 'buffer state' status between India and China.

  • China, on the other hand, wants to prevent any anti-China sentiment among Tibetans living in Nepal.

Boundary Disputes :

  • The issue arose in November 2019 when Nepal released a new political map, which presents Uttarakhand's Kalapani, Limpiyadhura and Lipulekh as part of Nepal. The new map also shows 'Susta' (West Champaran district, Bihar) as a territory of Nepal.

Nepal :

  • Capital : Kathmandu

  • Currency : Rupees (Nepali Rupee)

  • President : Bidya Devi Bhandari


  • Prime Minister : Sher Bahadur Deuba

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