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Chief of State,
President:
बिद्या देवी भंडारी
Bidhya Devi Bhandari

29.10.2015 >


Head of Government,
Prime Minister:
खड्ग प्रसाद शर्मा ओली
K. P. Sharma OLI

12.10.2015 >

ङ्घीय लोकतान्त्रिक गणतन्त्र नेपाल
  NEPAL BANKNOTE INDEX, 1951 to Present Issues

सङ्घीय लोकतान्त्रिक गणतन्त्र नेपाल 
Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal

 Kingdom 1768; State of Nepal 15.1.2007; Federal Democratic Rep. of Nepal 28.5.2008
IND currency until 1951
The first banknotes attritutable to Nepal were issued in 1951
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DENOMINATIONS DATES ISSUING AUTHORITY

नेपाल अधिराज्य
Kingdom of Nepal

Established 25.7.1768 as Kingdom
NEPAL Paper Money, 1951 1 P.1 - P.4 1 - 100 Mohru ND(1951) Government of Nepal
NEPAL Paper Money, 1951 Second Issue 5 P.5 - P.7 5 - 100 Mohru ND(1951) Government of Nepal
NEPAL Paper Money, 1960 8 P.8 - P.11 1 - 100 Mohru ND(1960) Central Bank of Nepal
NEPAL, 1961 12 P.12 - P.15 1 - 100 Rupees ND(1965) Central Bank of Nepal
16 P.16 - P.21 1 - 1,000 Rupees ND(1972) Central Bank of Nepal
22 P.22 - P.28 1 - 1,000 Rupees ND(1974) Central Bank of Nepal
29 P.29 - P.36 2 - 1,000 Rupees ND(1981-87) Central Bank of Nepal
37 P.37 - P.45 1 - 1,000 Rupees ND(1988-2002) Central Bank of Nepal
46 P.46 - P.51 5 - 1,000 Rupees ND(2002) Central Bank of Nepal
52 P.52 - P.57 50 - 100 Rupees ND(2002-05) Central Bank of Nepal

स्ताते ओफ नेपाल
State of Nepal

State of Nepal 15.1.2007

सङ्घीय लोकतान्त्रिक गणतन्त्र नेपाल 
Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal

Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal 28.5.2008
58 P.58 - P.68 1 - 1,000 Rupees 2008-10 Central Bank of Nepal
69 P.69 - P.76 5 - 1,000 Rupees 2012-17 Nepal Rasta Bank
77 P.77 - P.81 5 - 500 Rupees 2015-19 Nepal Rasta Bank
? New P.New ? ? Nepal Rasta Bank
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BACKGROUNDER


Nepal held historic elections on April 10, 2008 and the Maoist Party won a majority. The Maoist Party had conducted a decade long insurgency to oust the monarchy using violent tactics.

The situation in Nepal in 2011 revolves around getting the consensus government to work and it is far from stable. The parties are struggling to govern - the Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist), the Maoists and the opposition Nepali Congress.

In the video above, American activist Ms. Demi Moore interviewed Nepal Prime Minister Khanal where he stated he has requested funding to add mandatory education in his country. In addition, PM Khanal said that this education would also be for girls in an attempt to level the playing field in the hopes of providing a better future for girls and women and reduce the possibility of trafficking.


NEPAL LINKS

Maiti Nepal

Maiti Nepal
DNA Foundation
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NEPAL Central Bank

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Nepal Abolishes Monarchy

World Statesmen

World Statesmen - NEPAL

Nepal

CIA World Factbook - NEPAL