Why This Temple is not Re-constructed ?

Why this temple is not re-constructed ?

Buddhi Narayan Shrestha

Gorkha Express 75-7-27

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Indian Constructions close to Nepali Frontier

Indian Constructions close to Nepali Frontier

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Buddhi Narayan Shrestha

There are at least fifteen constructions such as barrages, dams, embankments, link-bunds. ring-dams and highways constructed by India close to Nepali frontier. These constructions obstruct the natural flow of river water and monsoon rain flow from Nepali frontier towards India. It has created the inundation and water logging problems in Nepal Tarai. According to a study, nearly 8,200 hectares of Nepali land inundates during monsoon raining period and 1,880 hectares during winter season.

Indian Constructions

Extra-curricular Activities Make Creative

Extra-curricular Activities Make Creative

Buddhi Narayan Shrestha

Annapurnapost Ankkur

Save Susta and Citizenship Issues

Save Susta and Citizenship Issues

Buddhi Narayan shrestha

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Published in Gorkha Express Weekly, 9 October 2018.

http://nepaltoday.com.np/home/views_detail?id=3754

Capital city should not establish close to International Boundary

Capital city should not establish close to

international boundary

Buddhi Narayan Shrestha

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Please read detail on the following Link :

https://pradeshportal.com/news/1072

Guest Lecture in Nepal Army War College, Nagarkot

Guest Lecture in Nepal Army War College, Nagarkot

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Border Management of Nepal and its Strategic Importance

 

Buddhi Narayan Shrestha

 

Gorkha Express Weekly

Where is Limpiyadhura ?

Where is Limpiyadhura ?

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Buddhi Narayan Shrestha

Limpiyadhura Khoi

Limpiyadhura must be the north-western corner of Nepal, as this is the origination of the River Kali (Mahakali), on the spirit of the Article 5 of the Sugauli Treaty-1816, and on the basis of maps published by the British Surveyors before 1860. Most importantly, Limpiyadhura must be the tri-junction point where the territories of India-Nepal-China meet.

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