Nepal, India: Borders

Legal News From Nepal reports that a registration system has been introduced at Nepalgunj border crossing point. This is after years of an easy-border policy

Nepal and India have nearly 1750-km long common, open border where people did not need to obtain permit to cross the international border as per the 1950 treaty of peace and friendship between them.

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