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Greater Nepal ‘Quest of Boundary’ – Full Documentary with English Subtitle.

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on November 6, 2012

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The Greater Nepal ‘In Quest of Boundary’ – Documentary (Eng. Subtitle)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on February 14, 2012

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Blog Name Changed

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on July 15, 2011

From Today, is changed into 

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The Greater Nepal “In Quest of Boundary” full movie

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 30, 2011

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Nepal-India Boarder History: 800 BC to 2011

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 25, 2011

[We decided to keep all these information without correction so that readers could go through them and use their intellectual muscles to correct them in different ways ]
800 BC-2011  Search other dates

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1950 Peace and Friendship Treaty still a divisive issue

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 1, 2010

Himalayan News Service

KATHMANDU: The 1950 Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Nepal and India continues to remain a divisive issue. The treaty, signed this day in Kathmandu 60 years ago, divides analysts, experts and political leaders of the country.
Participants at a seminar organised here today on ‘The 1950 Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Nepal and India and Nepal-India relations’ aired different views.
Some opined that Nepal conceded a bit too much to India, others argued that the treaty remains underutilised, some called for revision and review, while others demanded scrapping of the treaty.
Nepal Sadbhavana Party Lawmaker Anil Jha said the treaty per se was not a problem. The problem lies in Nepali political parties, said Jha. “India is ready for a revision but Nepal has failed to forge consensus regarding the treaty.” He also accused the parties of using the treaty for their interest. Read the rest of this entry »

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India Should Return the Nepalese Missed Land from 1816

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on June 5, 2010

By D.R. Prasai [1]

We, the Nepalese people cordially request the Indian government to return the missing Land of Nepal from the Sugauli Treaty of 1816 with the British. But, why is the Indian Government minimizing the demands of the Nepalese people?

The Sugauli Treaty insolently imposed by the East India Company demanded that the Nepali territory from Tista in the East to Kangada in the West. It would be appropriate and justifiable to consider the East India Company’s ulterior motive beforehand in invading Nepal at various eastern, southern and western lands. They had pre-planned objectives in spreading the colonial domination throughout the Indian subcontinent. To this end they covertly prepared themselves and launched war against Nepal. They succeeded to some extent in dominating the Gorkhali fighting patriots at great cost.

Under the cloak of intimidation, threat and coercion, the Treaty of Sugauli was concluded. It would be justifiable and helpful to discuss the mode and method of the British offensive aggression prior to assessing the validity, legality and occupation of the Nepalese territories by the British under threat, coercion and intimidation on the pretext of the so-called dictated Treaty of Sugauli. The sovereign craving of the people in restoring the illegally occupied territories to Nepal by the Colonial Power must be implemented. Taking all these customary and treaty provisions of the International law norms, NEPAL has a right to get back the ceded territories. Colonial Power, the British left India setting up new sovereign states that claimed sovereign statehood. Pakistan was one of them. The sovereign people of Nepal have every right to claim the lost territory of former Nepal. The outcome could be accepted as decided by the norms of State Practice and that of International Law. Read the rest of this entry »

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We Could Regain Greater Nepal

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 21, 2010

Buddhi Narayan Shrestha, Border specialist of Nepal says …‘We could regain Greater Nepal

Buddhi Narayan Shrestha, a former director general of the Department of Survey, is probably the most distinguished survey research scholar of Nepal’s international boundaries. He has been working in the field of surveying and mapping for the last 41 years. Shrestha has authored several books on the Nepal-India border demarcation and management. He was trained and educated in surveying and land-use mapping in India, Canada, Germany and Japan.
Shrestha, who was awarded the coveted Madan Prize 2057 for his book Boundary of Nepal, spoke to Kamal Raj Sigdel of The Kathmandu Post on the current Indo-Nepal border dispute. He says India has encroached on almost 60,000 hectares of Nepali territory over the last 72 years. Excerpts:

Q: You have been a vocal critic of Indian encroachment on Nepali territory for a long time. What actually is the Nepal-India border dispute?
Shrestha: There are a number of reasons that trigger rows over the border – no clear demarcation pillars, lack of historical documents, unclear points/articles in the border treaties, frontiers based on changeable river courses, one country considering itself superior to the other and the like. Nepal has been having arguments over the border with India for a long time. On March 4, 1816, Nepal and the East India Company signed the Treaty of Sugauli. That was expected to resolve the border disputes, but it did not. For instance, right after the signing of the treaty, the East India Company claimed Antu Danda of Ilam and handed it over to Sikkim. However, Nepal managed to get it back in 1838. The border problems remained after India became independent in 1947. In fact, they intensified as India’s population increased rapidly and Indian settlers began clearing Nepal’s forests in the tarai and settling down there. And now in 2007, when loktantra has been established in Nepal, the disputes still exist. Read the rest of this entry »

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Greater Nepal is not impossible!

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 8, 2010

Phanindra Nepal, Lecturer Patan Multiple Campus

He is at the moment a Lecturer at the Patan Multiple Campus in Lalitpur, Nepal.

He is considered to be a reservoir of knowledge and a commanding authority as regards the “Greater Nepal” theory to which he prefers to call a Movement.

Mr. Phanindra Nepal is working as a secretary to the Border Concern Civil Forum. Mr. Nepal is concurrently the chairman of “Unified Nepal National Front” as well.

He has several books to his credit and many thought provoking articles which have been published in several national and international newspapers.

He is also the author of books entitled “The ABC of Greater Nepal” and “Nepal-Tista to Sutlej”. He has also edited a book on “The reality of Indian encroachment in Susta”. Read the rest of this entry »

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संचारकर्मी र कलमकर्मीहरुद्धारा प्रसंशनीय कार्यको शुरुवात

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 4, 2010

By रामकुमार श्रेष्ठ

हामी नेपाली भनेर त्यस बेलासम्म भन्न पाउनेछौं जुन बेलासम्म नेपाल एउटा स्वाभिमान देशको रुपमा रहिरहन्छ । नेपालको अस्तित्व समाप्त भएको खण्डमा हामी नेपाली भन्ने अबसरबाट बन्चित हुनेछौं । कुनै पनि देशको सरकारको एउटा प्रमुख कार्य भनेकै राष्ट्रियताको संरक्षण गर्नु र देशभित्र शान्ति अमन चयन कायम गर्नु हो । संक्रमण काल भएको कारण शान्ति सुरक्षाको सवालमा लचकता देखाउन सकिन्छ सरकारद्धारा  उद्धेस्य प्राप्त गर्न नसकेको खण्डमा, तर राष्ट्रियताको सवालमा सबैभन्दा पहिला सरकार बोल्नै पर्ने हुन्छ । यो सर्ब मान्य कुरा हो जुनसुकै देशको लागि पनि, तर वारंवार सीमा अतिक्रमणका घटनाहरु भएका छन; सीमा क्षेत्रमा वलात्कार लगायतका अनगिन्ति आमानवीय घटनाहरु भएका छन; वारंवार हतियार सहित भारतीय प्रहरीहरु नेपाल छिरेका छन; बिना अनुमति भारतीय लडाकु विमान नेपाली भूभागमा उडेका छन; भारतीय सेनापतिले नेपाली शान्ति प्रकृयामा अवरोध पुग्ने किसिमका गंभीर आपत्तिजनक कुरा उठाएका छन; अमेरिकाबाट प्रकाशित हुने न्यूजवीक साप्ताहिकका सम्पादक, अन्तराष्ट्रिय गतिविधिका नियमित लेखक तथा अमेरिकी टेलिभिजन च्यानल सीएनएनका संचालक फरिद जकरियाले आफ्नो पछिल्लो पुस्तक अमेरिका पछिको विश्व  (The Post American World) को १५४ पृष्ठको अन्तिम प्याराग्राफमा “बुद्ध भारतीय थिए र बुद्धिज्म भारतमा पत्ता लगाइएको थियो” भनी उल्लेख गरेका छन Read the rest of this entry »

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