Embassy of India, Kathmandu, Nepal

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Ranjit Rae

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Indian Embassy opened in Kathmandu in December, 1947. Shri Surjit Singh Majithia was the first Ambassador of India to Nepal from 1947 to 1949. Till date there have been 22 Ambassadors and Shri Ranjit Rae is the 23rd Ambassador of India to Nepal.

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Ambassador of India visits Mustang to inaugurate projects built with Indian assistance

September 24, 2016

On an ongoing five-day tour to Mustang and Lo Manthang, Ambassador of India Shri Ranjit Rae inaugurated projects constructed with Indian financial assistance in different parts of the district. The Ambassador also inspected the under-construction projects and discussed ways to complete these projects in a timely fashion with the district officials, contractors and the local stakeholders.

Ambassador lays the foundation stone for two education projects in Kaski District

September 23, 2016

On September 22, 2016, H.E. Ambassador of India Shri Ranjit Rae laid the foundation stone of two projects in Kaski district - construction of buildings for Shree Saraswati Tika Higher Secondary School at Lekhnath and Shree Gupteshwar Mahadev Multiple Campus at Pokhara with NRs 78.15 million under Government of India grant assistance for small development projects.

VISIT BY THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF INDIAN ARMY TO NEPAL

September 22, 2016

Lt Gen Rakesh Sharma, UYSM, AVSM, VSM, 11 Gorkha Rifles, Adjutant General Indian Army visited Nepal from 05 Sep to 10 Sep 2016. Presently there are approx 126000 Nepal Domiciled Gorkha pensioners residing in Nepal drawing pension worth approx NRs. 4000 Crores (approx 400 Million USD) .  During the course of the visit, two Ex-Servicemen Rallies were conducted at Pokhara and Dharan. The rallies were conducted so as to ensure maximum participation of the Ex-servicemen residing in the remote areas, which was widely appreciated by veterans at Pokhara and Dharan, and the response was overwhelming. This also provided the Ex-Servicemen with an opportunity to project their grievances related to pensions, various welfare claims, medical issues or any other aspects concerning them.  



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