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Government pushing constitutional amendment in Parliament hardens positions on both sides of the border

Once the amendment passes, the new political map will be enshrined in the constitution, leading India to also take up a more inflexible position on the boundary, pundits say.Government pushing constitutional amendment in Parliament hardens positions on both sides of the border
Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh (right) has lately spoken in favour of talks to resolve the boundary row as Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli reportedly mobilises a backchannel. Photo courtesy: Indian Embassy (File photo)
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Anil Giri
Published at : June 2, 2020
Updated at : June 2, 2020 13:35

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.


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