• To enhance people-to-people relations, Nepal and India must resolve contentious issues relating to the border, including the two major areas of dispute at Susta and Kalpani.
  • India must respect Nepal’s sovereignty as mutual respect is a key in bilateral relations and India should not meddle in the internal political affairs of Nepal or panic over China’s growing investment in Nepal.
  • India needs to finish the infrastructure projects on time for instance Pancheshwar project has been pending for over 20 years now.
  • India will have to focus on connectivity as a leverage to increase its strategic influence in the neighbourhood.
  • By reviving the Gujral doctrine and India’s willingness to provide non-reciprocal, unilateral, and preferential benefits to its smaller neighbours, the government has signalled intent to position India as a credible and leading power across the region.
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