Borders

The India-Nepal Kalapani territorial dispute has lingered on too long. New Delhi and Kathmandu should now douse it for the sake of South Asian stability.
New Delhi and Beijing are, once again, staring down each other along their hotly contested border, this time in Ladakh and Sikkim.
In the Bengali-majority region of southern Assam, the CAA found widespread acceptance. Behind this, is a continuous struggle to locate a stable identity.
Europe is hardening its borders in the Mediterranean under the garb of pandemic control, putting vulnerable migrants at risk.
Nepal wasn't happy when India's defence minister inaugurated a Himalayan link road that passes through the disputed Kalapani trijunction between India, Nepal and Tibet.
As the winter snow melts, the shadow of violent conflict is returning to Kashmir.
A deterioration of the political situation in Palestine could adversely impact the COVID-19 crisis and directly impact local civilians in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.
Mamata Banerjee is miffed with New Delhi for reopening West Bengal's border with Bangladesh for trade.
The relentless slandering of Muslims by Indian news channels over the COVID-19 outbreak is influencing public opinion in Nepal.
As COVID-19 threatens the regional economic order in South Asia, member states must overlook past baggage and ramp up cooperation with all seriousness.