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 Page 1


No longer special
Nepal Map: A failure for Indian diplomacy
Behind the curve
Let Data Speak
For the doctors
UAE stands with India and Indian expatriates
Page 2


No longer special
Nepal Map: A failure for Indian diplomacy
Behind the curve
Let Data Speak
For the doctors
UAE stands with India and Indian expatriates
No longer special
?The Oli govern men t’ s decision to pass the
constitutional amendment ratifying a change in its
maps that include Lipulekh, Kalapani and
Limpiyadhura, territories that India controls, marks a
decidedly new phase in ties.
?The issue is an old one.
?In 2000 and 2014, both nations agreed to hold talks.
?Lack of diplomatic manoeuvring.
?Kathmandu says the MEA has rejected 2
dates suggested by the Nepal MoFA.
?Routinely dismissed requests from the Nepal
Ambassador for a meet with the Foreign Secretary.
Page 3


No longer special
Nepal Map: A failure for Indian diplomacy
Behind the curve
Let Data Speak
For the doctors
UAE stands with India and Indian expatriates
No longer special
?The Oli govern men t’ s decision to pass the
constitutional amendment ratifying a change in its
maps that include Lipulekh, Kalapani and
Limpiyadhura, territories that India controls, marks a
decidedly new phase in ties.
?The issue is an old one.
?In 2000 and 2014, both nations agreed to hold talks.
?Lack of diplomatic manoeuvring.
?Kathmandu says the MEA has rejected 2
dates suggested by the Nepal MoFA.
?Routinely dismissed requests from the Nepal
Ambassador for a meet with the Foreign Secretary.
?Mr. Oli’ s purposeful manner in pursuing the amendment
at exactly the same time as the India-China border
stand-off bolsters the belief among some in New Delhi
that he is speaking with confidence borne from
Bei jing’ s backing.
?The speed with which the constitutional amendment
was passed has left little space for diplomacy now.
?Both sides moved quickly this week to manage the
fallout of border firing by Nepali police on a group of
Indians that left one dead.
?The same alacrity is needed to manage the fallout of
Saturd ay’ s amendment vote, on the once celebrated
“special ” relationship between the two countries.
Page 4


No longer special
Nepal Map: A failure for Indian diplomacy
Behind the curve
Let Data Speak
For the doctors
UAE stands with India and Indian expatriates
No longer special
?The Oli govern men t’ s decision to pass the
constitutional amendment ratifying a change in its
maps that include Lipulekh, Kalapani and
Limpiyadhura, territories that India controls, marks a
decidedly new phase in ties.
?The issue is an old one.
?In 2000 and 2014, both nations agreed to hold talks.
?Lack of diplomatic manoeuvring.
?Kathmandu says the MEA has rejected 2
dates suggested by the Nepal MoFA.
?Routinely dismissed requests from the Nepal
Ambassador for a meet with the Foreign Secretary.
?Mr. Oli’ s purposeful manner in pursuing the amendment
at exactly the same time as the India-China border
stand-off bolsters the belief among some in New Delhi
that he is speaking with confidence borne from
Bei jing’ s backing.
?The speed with which the constitutional amendment
was passed has left little space for diplomacy now.
?Both sides moved quickly this week to manage the
fallout of border firing by Nepali police on a group of
Indians that left one dead.
?The same alacrity is needed to manage the fallout of
Saturd ay’ s amendment vote, on the once celebrated
“special ” relationship between the two countries.
Nepal Map: A failure for Indian diplomacy
?A provocative step that will worsen ties between
Kathmandu and New Delhi.
?After passage of the Bill, Oli government has sought
a dialouge with India.
?Mr Oli is exploiting territorial issues to hide his go vt’ s
failures.
?Nationalism: other political parties have no option
but to support the government.
?The bill is passed by the Lower House and now it will
be tabled in the Upper House.
Page 5


No longer special
Nepal Map: A failure for Indian diplomacy
Behind the curve
Let Data Speak
For the doctors
UAE stands with India and Indian expatriates
No longer special
?The Oli govern men t’ s decision to pass the
constitutional amendment ratifying a change in its
maps that include Lipulekh, Kalapani and
Limpiyadhura, territories that India controls, marks a
decidedly new phase in ties.
?The issue is an old one.
?In 2000 and 2014, both nations agreed to hold talks.
?Lack of diplomatic manoeuvring.
?Kathmandu says the MEA has rejected 2
dates suggested by the Nepal MoFA.
?Routinely dismissed requests from the Nepal
Ambassador for a meet with the Foreign Secretary.
?Mr. Oli’ s purposeful manner in pursuing the amendment
at exactly the same time as the India-China border
stand-off bolsters the belief among some in New Delhi
that he is speaking with confidence borne from
Bei jing’ s backing.
?The speed with which the constitutional amendment
was passed has left little space for diplomacy now.
?Both sides moved quickly this week to manage the
fallout of border firing by Nepali police on a group of
Indians that left one dead.
?The same alacrity is needed to manage the fallout of
Saturd ay’ s amendment vote, on the once celebrated
“special ” relationship between the two countries.
Nepal Map: A failure for Indian diplomacy
?A provocative step that will worsen ties between
Kathmandu and New Delhi.
?After passage of the Bill, Oli government has sought
a dialouge with India.
?Mr Oli is exploiting territorial issues to hide his go vt’ s
failures.
?Nationalism: other political parties have no option
but to support the government.
?The bill is passed by the Lower House and now it will
be tabled in the Upper House.
?Chinese have been systematically raising their
profile in Nepal.
?The cartographic crisis with Nepal also represents
a huge failure of Indian diplomacy.
?Oli govt. knows it very well that, it will take far
more than passing a few bills to get control of
territory that is historically Indian.
Hou Yanqi
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