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Nepal discussion in Delhi


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The centuries-old relationship between Nepal and India has been discussed in Delhi. Politicians, diplomats and veterans in the field of journalism have said that the close relationship between the two countries is exemplary for the world.

Nepal discussion in Delhi

Nepal-India relations were discussed at the release ceremony of the book 'Kathmandu Chronicle' written jointly by former ambassador to India in Nepal KV Rajan and Atul Thakur.

Purana and senior leader of Bharatiya Janata Party Murli Manohar Joshi emphasized that there is a need to discuss the relationship with Nepal, which is a low priority in India's politics and is being neglected even in the media. He claimed that the relationship between the two countries is more complete than many histories of the world.

He discussed that the relationship is incomparable from a social, cultural and religious point of view apart from the theory of two nations. He emphasized that everyone should be informed about the thousands of years of relationship. He said that although culture has forever connected the two countries, politics has been separating them.

Former ambassador Rajan told his experience while living in Nepal and said that there is a unique relationship between the two countries. In the program, industrialist and parliamentarian of Nepal Vinod Chaudhary, book writer Atul Thakur and others discussed about the new dimensions of the relationship.

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