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Chinese construction along the Nepal-Tibet border puts strategic land at risk

Kimathanka, an idyllic hamlet in the northeastern district of Sankhuwasabha, is one of the smallest—and most remote—settlements in the country. But this tiny village that sits on the Chinese border is a crucial strategic location for Nepal as the country strives to increase its connectivity with the northern neighbour. Chinese construction along the Nepal-Tibet border puts strategic land at risk
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Anil Giri & Dipendra Shakya
Published at : January 13, 2019
Updated at : January 15, 2019 08:00
Sankhuwasabha, Kathmandu

Anil Giri

Anil Giri is a reporter covering diplomacy, international relations and national politics for The Kathmandu Post. Giri has been working as a journalist for a decade-and-a-half, contributing to numerous national and international media outlets.

Dipendra Shakya

Dipendra Shakya is the Sankhuwasabha correspondent for Kantipur Publications.


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