Nepal revives plan to join India’s air-bubble scheme

Nepal's tourism ministry has once again proposed signing an “air bubble” agreement with India more than one and a half months after its first proposal was rejected outright by the government amid soured relations with the southern neighbor over boundary disputes

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India escalated anti-Pakistan campaign after Islamabad's unveiling of dossier, Foreign Office

The Pakistan Foreign Office (FO) on Tuesday said the Indian government had escalated its anti-Pakistan campaign — marked by false narratives, concocted evidence and orchestration of false flag operations — after Islamabad made public a dossier containing "irrefutable proof" of Indian sponsorship of terrorism in the country

Gamut of India-Nepal ties to come up during Indian foreign secretary's visit

Nepal hopes to resolve the nascent boundary dispute and early implementation of India-funded projects with visiting Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Shringla during his two-day visit to Nepal November 26-27, Nepal’s Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali told The Kathmandu Post

Calls for reopening India-Nepal border

Restrictions imposed on the movement of people and vehicles across the open India-Nepal border have been creating problems and causing the black marketing of goods,  according to The Himalayan Post

India-Bhutan transborder conservation project wins excellence award

The Transboundary Manas Conservation Area (TraMCA) between India and Bhutan won the Tiger Conservation Excellence Award for its effort to increase the population of the tiger in the area, Kuensel reported

Pakistan's futile attempts to derail establishment of grassroots democracy in Kashmir

The killing of four heavily-armed terrorists of  Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) --Masood Azhar's jihadist outfit -- in a firefight by the Jammu and Kashmir Police and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) on November 19 at the Ban Toll Plaza near Nagrota has exposed Pakistan Deep State's fresh offensive to sabotage Kashmir Valley's first major democratic exercise

Bangladesh will get vaccine first when India begins delivery: PM adviser

Bangladesh will get the coronavirus vaccine to be manufactured by the Serum Institute of India on a priority basis, Salman F Rahman has said

Four MoUs likely to be signed during Bangladesh-India PM talk

Four Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) are likely to be signed during the upcoming virtual meeting of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina with her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi next month

Indian foreign secretary to visit Nepal on Nov 26

Resuming the high-level visit and exchanges with Nepal, India is sending its top diplomat to Kathmandu on November 26

Indian PM Modi congratulates President Rajapaksa on the first anniversary

Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated President Gotabaya Rajapaksa on the first anniversary of assumption of Office

Indian High Commissioner visits Waskaduwa Rajguru Sri Subuthi Viharaya

In a visit to Rajaguru Sri Subuthi Viharaya on 21 November, 2020, High Commissioner Gopal Baglay sought blessings of the Chief Incumbent Most Ven. Sri Mahindawansa Mahanayake Thero for the peace and prosperity of the people of Sri Lanka and India, Indian High Commission in Colombo said

Pakistan–India ties in deep freeze

The perennially frosty ties between India and Pakistan, rivals who have three times gone to war, have hit the lowest ebb during the global health crisis

Nepal to import 250 MW of electricity from India for winter

The Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) is all set to import up to 250 megawatt of electricity from India to ensure smooth supply of electricity during the winter

Nepal-India JWG discusses running train services

The fourth Nepal-India Joint Working Group meeting on Railway Cooperation was held on Thursday via video-conferencing

Pakistan summons Indian envoy over 'baseless' allegations

Pakistan's Foreign Office (FO) on Saturday summoned the Indian Chargé d'Affaires in Islamabad to reject the "completely groundless allegations" by the Indian government suggesting Pakistan's involvement in an alleged terror plot in Indian-occupied Kashmir

India says it will take action against Pakistan's terrorism

India on Saturday slammed Pakistan for cross-border terrorism, warning that it will take every possible action to safeguard its national security


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