Nepal vs india
What is the difference between Nepal and India?
• Nepal is a mountainous region whereas India has a diverse geography. • Nepal is tiny in comparison to India which is a subcontinent and 7th largest country in the world. • Nepal is a Hindu country whereas India is a secular country. • Nepali Rupee is very weak in comparison to Indian Rupee.
Where is Nepal located in the world?
Nepal is a (small) Himalayan kingdom lying in South Asia(the North of India) founded in 1768. It is a landlocked country that is bordered by India on east, west, and south while it has borders with China on the northern side.
Is Nepal a democracy or dictatorship?
Nepal is a democracy today though it has been a monarchy for most of its existence. It is the only Hindu country of the world with 81% of the population being Hindus. Kathmandu is the largest city and the capital of this landlocked country. Nepal has had cultural relations with India since ancient times.
Is the Indo-Nepal border really different from one another?
The Indo-Nepal border is a porous one with citizens of both countries able to move across without requiring a passport. Nepali citizens can live and work in India and are accorded the same status as Indian citizens. All this makes people in the western world wonder if the two countries are really different from one another or not.
Is Nepal a Democratic Republic or Democratic Republic?
Democratic because Nepal is technically a democracy, as people are allowed to vote. Even though, Nepal is categorized as flawed democracy because same politicians/parties have been in power even since democracy was introduced. Republic because well, monarchy was abolished. Personally, I feel its just a publicity stunt.
Is Nepal a Democratic or a flawed democracy?
Democratic because Nepal is technically a democracy, as people are allowed to vote. Even though, Nepal is categorized as flawed democracy because same politicians/parties have been in power even since democracy was introduced.
What type of government does Nepal have?
Until 1990, Nepal was an absolute monarchy running under the executive control of the king. Faced with a peoples movement against the absolute monarchy, King Birendra, in 1990, agreed to large-scale political reforms by creating a parliamentary monarchy with the king as the head of state and a prime minister as the head of the government .
What was the first democratic government in Nepal?
In early 1959, Tribhuvans son King Mahendra issued a new constitution, and the first democratic elections for a national assembly were held. The Nepali Congress, a moderate socialist group, gained a substantial victory in the election. Its leader, B.P. Koirala, formed a government and served as prime minister.