Kalapani: A Bone of Contention Between India and Nepal
17 Oct, 2000 · 422
Alok Kumar Gupta, after an analysis of the Kalapnai issue points out that technically, it may be possible for India to shift its post from Kalapani to the west bank of the Kali. However, it may not be possible politically and from the strategic point of view
The 1816 Segauli treaty between the British Raj and
Official sources in
These differences amount in reality to differences in the maps that each country possesses, which is further exacerbated by the shifting course of the Mahakali river in the area that was earlier accepted as the boundary.
The Indian government has suggested that the two sides should discuss this matter in a Joint Working Group. Though, a Joint Technical Boundary Committee (JILBC) was formed 18 years ago, which meets twice a year in
During Prime Minister Mr. Koirala’s visit to
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