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India-China-Nepal Tri-lateralism
1 June 2017,1030-1300 hrs
Venue: IPCS Conference Room

 
On 01 June 2017, IPCS hosted a round table discussion on 'India-China-Nepal Tri-lateralism'. The discussion took place from 1030-1300 hrs in the IPCS Conference room in New Delhi. 

Programme

10.00-1130: Session I
India-China-Nepal: Trade and Transit Links

1130-1300: Session II
Nepal's Foreign Policy: Elections and domestic implications

1300-1430: Lunch

SPEAKERS

Ambassador TCA Rangachari
Former Indian Ambassador to China, Germany and Algeria
 
Dr. Chen Xiaochen
Head, Department of International Studies, Chungyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China

Prof Zhang Shubin
Deputy Director, Nepal Study Center, Hebei University of Economics and Business 

Amit Kumar
Senior Fellow, China Research Programme, IPCS

Pramod Jaiswal 
Senior Fellow, China Research Programme
 
 
 

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