Which country is Nepali?

Nepali is a country in South Asia that is part of the Asian Economic Cooperation (AEC) region.

The name is from the Indian word “nepal”, meaning “southern” or “western”.

Nepal is home to more than one million people and its official language is Nepalese, Nepali.

The country has had a political relationship with India since 1947, when the British Commonwealth took control of Nepal after partition.

After independence in 1962, the country had a peaceful relationship with China, which was then known as the People’s Republic of China (PRC).

However, tensions between the two countries began to rise in the 1970s when Mao Zedong’s communist regime launched a campaign to suppress the independence movement.

After the fall of the PRC, the Maoist regime in Nepal continued to oppress its people and, in 1983, began cracking down on the independence and Tibetan Buddhist faith of the country’s minority Muslim population.

The Chinese government was also pushing for greater control over the country.

Following the fall and subsequent dismantling of the Chinese government, Nepal is now part of India, a country with an official language, English.

However, despite this, the Nepali people still feel marginalised and have not fully benefited from the economic, political and cultural ties that India has made to the country, which is why it is so important for Nepali to have a representative in the Indian government.

The Nepali Government has announced that it will soon be sending a delegation to India.

In October 2017, the first visit by the delegation, headed by the prime minister of Nepal, was held in New Delhi.

Nepal is the second country in the region to join the AEC.

The first was Bhutan, which joined in 1999.

The other two countries have since developed strong relations with India.

India, which also has an official and formal diplomatic relationship with Nepal, is one of the biggest supporters of the Aecom project, which aims to boost economic development and connectivity in the Himalayas.

India has also offered the Nepaleses a loan of $4 billion, which will help build the railways, power plants, highways, airports and other infrastructure.

The Indian government has also promised to boost investment in the Nepalic economy by a whopping Rs 4,000 crore per annum.

This will enable the Nepalees to develop the country further and ensure they have access to quality education, health care, and other essential services.

Netherlands and Switzerland have also signed a memorandum of understanding to help boost the Nepaledi economy.

India’s decision to join this group of countries was welcomed by the Nepalis, but their relationship with the Nepalian government remains a thorny issue.

According to the Nepalan constitution, the Government of Nepal is headed by Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and his deputy, who is currently the chief minister.

Numerous challenges remain for the Nepamali people to overcome, including issues related to land acquisition, development of water and sanitation, education, and the economic situation.

The Indian government and Nepali leaders are working on a number of issues including a new road and bridge project that is scheduled to be completed in 2019, which could help improve the economy of the people.