A Nepali activist burns an image of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a May protest against India’s unilateral construction of a link road that passes through some territories also claimed by Nepal. Photo: EPAA Nepali activist burns an image of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a May protest against India’s unilateral construction of a link road that passes through some territories also claimed by Nepal. Photo: EPA
A Nepali activist burns an image of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a May protest against India’s unilateral construction of a link road that passes through some territories also claimed by Nepal. Photo: EPA

Amid stand-off with China, India faces new low in bilateral ties with Nepal

  • Kathmandu has approved a controversial new map marking as its territory land currently administered by India
  • Experts say China’s influence in Nepal has boosted its assertiveness in a dispute going back two centuries
Topic |   China-India border dispute
A Nepali activist burns an image of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a May protest against India’s unilateral construction of a link road that passes through some territories also claimed by Nepal. Photo: EPAA Nepali activist burns an image of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a May protest against India’s unilateral construction of a link road that passes through some territories also claimed by Nepal. Photo: EPA
A Nepali activist burns an image of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a May protest against India’s unilateral construction of a link road that passes through some territories also claimed by Nepal. Photo: EPA
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