American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A country of central Asia in the Himalaya Mountains between India and southwest China. Site of a flourishing civilization by the 4th century A.D. , the region was later divided into principalities, one of which, Gurkha, became dominant in the 18th century. Gurkha's expansion into northern India led to border wars with Great Britain. A 1923 treaty affirmed Nepal's full sovereignty, and a constitutional monarchy was established in 1951. Katmandu is the capital and the largest city. Population: 28,900,000.
- n. A country in South Asia between China and India. Official Name: Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal.
- n. a small landlocked Asian country high in the Himalayas between India and China
“KING GYANENDRA, NEPAL (through translator): We therefore call upon the seven-party alliance to recommend a name for the post of prime minister at the earliest for the constitution of the council of ministers, which will bear the responsibility of governing the country in accordance with the constitution of the kingdom of Nepal 1990.”
“KING GYANENDRA, NEPAL (through translator): The executive power of the kingdom of Nepal, which was in our safekeeping, shall, from this day, be returned to the people.”
“For the religion of Nepal see also Wright, _History of Nepal_, 1877; C. Bendall, _Journal of”
“Eight Tharu organisations announce bandh in Terai Gori Gori added by - Jay praksah sen (Raj sen) sunasari, Nepal Hathme churi added by - Jay prakash sen (Raj) sunasari, nepal Sauraha (Chitwan) - Nepal Audio: Everything but the girl - Missing Tharus and indigenous people rally against govt Ethnic divisions prompt Nepal strike - 5 Mar 09”
“NEPAL: It has been hailed as the best bungee jumping site in the world, and it is found high in the mountains of Nepal.”
“Prakash Mathema/AFP/Getty Images NEPAL PROTEST: Women activists of the Unified Communist Party of Nepal struggled with police during a protest against the president in Kathmandu, Nepal, Thursday.”
“November 30th, 2007 at 2: 33 pm Said: whenever i look the flag of nepal it always reminds me of the chandrabamsi and the suryabamsi rulers that ruled nepal. the red colour reminds the bloody battle that lasted for more than ten years killing thousands innocent nepali. it also reminds that it is the same flag that were used as emblem of the ancient indian states (as seen in ramayan n mahabharat). when i see its shape it reminds the condition of Nepal in world scenerio-as half free state. coz all other nations have their full size but nepali flag being of half of their size symbolizing its dependency in India so i would support for changing the flag of nepal”
“Sanyahumbi says maternal health care in Nepal is not up to the mark but things are improving.”
“A trek in Nepal is a special and rewarding mountain holiday.”
“I spend a lot of time in Nepal, which is a sexy country for the aid industry, and there we have set up a perfect grass roots micro enterprise project.”
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