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China opens dual-use highway to Nepal via Tibet to the Nepal border

  0 comments   |     by PTI ( press Trust of India) on 30, November 2017

BEIJING: China has opened a strategic highway in Tibet to the Nepal border which could be used for civilian and defence purposes, a move that Chinese experts say will enable Beijing to make forays into South Asia, according to a media report on Monday. The 40.4-kilometre highway in Tibet between Xigaze airport and

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China opens strategic highway to Nepal. China has opened a highway in Tibet to the Nepal

  0 comments   |     by Zee Media on 17, October 2017

China has opened a highway in Tibet to the Nepal border that runs parallel with the Xigaze-Lhasa railway that hs the potential to be used for military purposes Beijing: China has opened a strategic highway in Tibet to the Nepal border which could be used for civilian and defence purposes. The 40.4-kilometre highway in Tibet between Xigaze airport and Xigaze city centre official

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Donald Trump's lack of understanding of the tension between India and Pakistan

  0 comments   |     by Abhishek Parajuli on 31, August 2017

Donald Trump's lack of understanding of the tension between India and Pakistan risks destabilising the region Trump's speech, which asked India to ‘help more’ with Afghanistan, amounted to calling for calm while also setting the house on fire Abhishek Para

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FACT SHEET: India Government - Nepal Government Relations

  0 comments   |     by Rajesh Poudel on 23, January 2017

India tried to stop the Nepalese government from constructing a road (Kodari Highway) that linked Nepal and Tibet. Even now Nepal cannot make big decisions without taking prior approval from the BIG BROTHER. India has so far imposed three unofficial blockades to force its will on Nepal. Read Unofficial blockade India has hindered development of big hydro-electric proj

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Nepal: Why are Nepalese pro-Chinese but anti-Indian?

  0 comments   |     by Dadichi Thapa on 20, January 2017

India & China: Let us first understand the difference in their psychology through their popular board games, and see how it has shaped their cognitive and planning vis-a-vis international strategies. 1. Chess: Probably the most popular strategic board game in the world, and thought to be originated in India some time before the seventh century. Here, the

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South Asia: Greater Eurasia Scenarios - A “Greater Bangladesh”

  0 comments   |     by Andrew Korybko on 03, November 2016

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South Asia: Greater Eurasia Scenarios - A “Greater Bangladesh”

  0 comments   |     by Andrew Korybko on 03, November 2016

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How India Killed SAARC to The Benefit of China

  8 comments   |     by Shahid Raza on 02, November 2016

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Sri Lanka And Office Of The Missing Person - Missing Person office will be established

  0 comments   |     by Dr Vivek Kumar Srivastava on 16, August 2016

Sri Lanka known for itspor records in human rights violations has come up with a positive step. It has passed the missing person bill with some amendments in unanimous way. The bill was passed with the support of TNA and JVP. The passed bill has certain good features; it will try to search and identify about 65000 missing people who have been missed during the long civil war in

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Nepal leader takes office with a sharp eye to his heavyweight neighbors

  0 comments   |     by BIKASH SANGRAULA on 05, August 2016

Nepal leader takes office with a sharp eye to his heavyweight neighbors Bikash Sangraula As he starts his second term in office, Nepal’s newly elected prime minister faces a formidable task: balancing Beijing’s and New Delhi’s increasingly conflicting interests in Nepal. Prachanda,

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