Open borders with Nepal, Bhutan pose security threat

Mar 3, 2017
By Debasis Sarkar
Although India has an open border with neighbours Nepal and Bhutan, the porous nature of the borders have started raising concerns on national security. Declared 'open' as per international friendship treaties, these borders are unique in nature. It is not mandatory for citizens of the three countries to have passports or visa to cross borders. 
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Economic Times, March 3, 2017

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