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Sri Lankan President seeks US$ 1.1 billion special SWAP facility from Indian PM

Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has requested Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to provide US$ 1.1 billion special SWAP facility in addition to the US$ 400 million facility under SAARC to boost the country’s depleting foreign exchange reserves in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic

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India hits back at Nepal, says its territorial claims unacceptable

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Govt officially unveils new political map incorporating Limpiyadhura, Lipulekh, Kalapani

The Government of Nepal, in a follow-up of its recent decision to endorse the issuance of a new political map incorporating Limpiyadhura, Lipulekh and Kalapani, has officially unveiled the map today

Super cyclone Amphan to hit India,Bangladesh this afternoon

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India repatriates nationals stranded in Sri Lanka, by air and ship

India has made arrangements to repatriate the Indian nationals stranded in Sri Lanka with the restrictions imposed on international travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the High Commission of India in Colombo said

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Nepali actor Barsha Raut receives flak after 'my Indians friends' comment

Nepali actor Barsha Raut has come under fire from Nepali netizens for her recent (May 22) comment on the ongoing border issue. A clip that, along with other statements, shows the actress worrying…