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...Being committed to a state visit to Japan, the Bangladesh prime minister was unable to attend the inauguration of Narendra Modi in May 2014, when the heads of government of SAARC countries had been invited. There has been a significant and cumulative change in India-Bangladesh relations, and mutual perceptions, over the past few years. The tone had been set in the joint statement at the conclusion of Hasina’s visit in January, 2010, which held out the vision of future partnership, overcoming past mutual concerns. The Framework for Development and Cooperation signed the following year during then-PM Manmohan Singh’s visit, though under the shadow of the Teesta imbroglio, laid out a charter of cooperation encompassing a large spectrum of activities. The spirit of these mutually reinforcing positive approaches was maintained during PM Modi’s visit in May, 2015, which also saw closure to the long awaited Land Boundary Agreement. ...Indian Express on April 8, 2017, 12:42 a.m.
... Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’, president of the United Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) has returned as prime minister of Nepal after seven years, in alliance with the Nepali Congress.The agreement between the two parties stipulates that Dahal and Sher Bahadur Deuba, the president of the Nepali Congress, shall each hold the post of prime minister for nine months before the national elections, due in 2017.Prachanda’s election comes after the resignation of K.P.Oli, leader of the CPN (UML) as prime minister in the face of an impending no-confidence motion in parliament where he had ceased to command a majority.With frequent changes in the post of prime minister over the years, the election of Dahal is not, by itself, a matter of great importance, except to those directly involved.It could be seen as part of the process of political adjustment in an era of unstable coalitions.But the circumstances leading to it and the challenges ahead, both for his party and for the state of Nepal, are significant.K.P. ...Indian Express on Aug. 13, 2016, 12:18 a.m.