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India and its Neighbourhood: An Audit of Conflict and Peace
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Nepal: Internal Challenges and External Influences
16 September 2011 , 1030-1200 hrs

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Indian Mujahideen (IM) tried to contact Nepal Maoists: NIA
Mizo News, 24 February 2014
New Delhi: Indian Mujahideen (IM) co-founder Yasin Bhatkal tried to contact Maoists of Nepal to seek their help in carrying out terror strikes in India, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) said in the charge sheet filed against him.Investigation has...

Eastern Nepal becomes hideout for Indian criminals, militants
Mizo News, 7 February 2014
Kathmandu: Jhapa, the easternmost district of Nepal and sharing its border with India’s West Bengal state, has become a haven for members of various Indian underground armed outfits and criminal groups, the Nepal Police has said.On Jan 26, Indian...

New book reveals Delhi-Kathmandu Maoist 'deals'
Hindustan Times, 23 September 2013
A new book, released here Sunday, has revealed several secret deals between Nepal's Maoists and the Indian establishment before the once-underground Maoists joined Nepal's political mainstream in 2006. "Proyogshala" (Laboratory), written...

Maoist chief Prachanda on Sunday warned India against attempting to "micro-manage" Nepal's political
Zee News, 22 September 2013
Maoist chief Prachanda on Sunday warned India against attempting to "micro-manage" Nepal's political system, saying it would be detrimental to Indian interests. "India should not engage in micro-management like who should be the minister...

Several Pakistanis, Nepalis helping Indian Mujahideen: NIA
Times of India, 18 September 2013
NEW DELHI: Several nationals of Pakistan and Nepal are "involved in recruitment, financing, training and providing tactical support" to Indian Mujahideen (IM), some of whose members are hiding in the two countries apart from the Middle-East,...

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