On Nepal-India Border Issue

Out of the 1808-km Nepal-India border, various rivers traverse 650 km and many border pillars have been washed away. But those pillars that are close to human settlements are found to have been removed by the Indian peasants, often in collusion with the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), the Indian paramilitary force deployed at the border.Continue reading “On Nepal-India Border Issue”

India Welcomes Nepal: Koirala Greatest South Asian Leader

Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala with foreign diplomats at Tribhuwan International Airport before leaving for New Delhi on Tuesday. Pic, first published in eKantipur, by Bikas Rauniar After American President George W. Bush, it was today the turn of Nepal’s Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala to be received by the Indian Prime Minister at theContinue reading “India Welcomes Nepal: Koirala Greatest South Asian Leader”

Nepal’s India Yatra: Great Expectations

An editorial in the Kathmandu Post titled Koirala’s visit. It has become a tradition. India is the first official destination for every successive prime minister. China is the second one. Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala has also decided not to break the practice. Postponing his medical visit to Bangkok, Koirala is embarking on a threeContinue reading “Nepal’s India Yatra: Great Expectations”