Protesters affiliated with a faction of the ruling Nepal Communist Party burn an effigy of Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli in Kathmandu on Thursday in protest over the dissolution of parliament. Photo: Reuters Protesters affiliated with a faction of the ruling Nepal Communist Party burn an effigy of Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli in Kathmandu on Thursday in protest over the dissolution of parliament. Photo: Reuters
Protesters affiliated with a faction of the ruling Nepal Communist Party burn an effigy of Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli in Kathmandu on Thursday in protest over the dissolution of parliament. Photo: Reuters
Nepal

As Nepal faces political turmoil, China and India are scrambling

  • Himalayan nation’s ruling communist alliance has split and early elections have been called for April and May
  • The country has become a battleground for strategic rivalry between its neighbours

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Protesters affiliated with a faction of the ruling Nepal Communist Party burn an effigy of Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli in Kathmandu on Thursday in protest over the dissolution of parliament. Photo: Reuters Protesters affiliated with a faction of the ruling Nepal Communist Party burn an effigy of Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli in Kathmandu on Thursday in protest over the dissolution of parliament. Photo: Reuters
Protesters affiliated with a faction of the ruling Nepal Communist Party burn an effigy of Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli in Kathmandu on Thursday in protest over the dissolution of parliament. Photo: Reuters
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