Stories Tagged 'Nepal-india border'
At the turn of the fifth century, travelling through South Asia, Chinese monk Faxian had described a flourishing city along what is today the Nepal-India border. Almost two hundred years later, Xuanzang, another Chinese monk and scholar, described seeing a similar flourishing kingdom. Now, an archaeological survey that has been ongoing since 2013 has unearthed evidence suggesting that the sites described by the two ancient travellers match with what has for centuries remained buried underground. full story »
To satiate the demand for meat in the Valley, every day, 15 trucks full of live buffaloes make their way into the capital city. The buffaloes are mostly bought in the haat-bazaars on the Indian side of Nepal-India Border.full story »
Hundreds of Nepal-bound cargo trucks and fuel tankers have been stranded at Nepal-India border after the Indian Customs Office at Bhitthamod, Bihar refused to grant clearance for the second consecutive day on Friday.full story »
Three Indian men have been arrested in possession of stolen silver ornaments on Tuesday. full story »
Two students unions have submitted a report after conducting a field inspection of land which had falled into Indian side during recent position marking in Chhapkaiya area of Birgunj in Parsa district.full story »
Leaders and cadres of two major student unions on Sunday visited the bordering Chhapkaiya area of Birgunj for an onsite inspection of the land that has fallen into Indian territory following a recent position marking by Nepal-India joint survey team for new subsidiary boundary pillars.full story »