NEW DELHI, Oct 20: The Indian army said on Monday that it had captured a Chinese soldier after he strayed across a contested de facto border in the western Himalayan region where both countries have amassed thousands of troops after a deadly clash in June.

KATHMANDU, Sept 24: The main opposition party – Nepali Congress (NC) – has expressed concern over the decision made by the government over the issues of “border disputes” with China in Humal district.

KATHMANDU, Sept 23: Stating that the buildings constructed by the Chinese side along a Nepal-China border point in Humla district are situated on the Chinese side of the border, the Embassy of China in Kathmandu has asked Nepali authorities to verify the border points as agreed between the two countries in the past.

NEW DELHI, July 16: India and China are making progress on ending a months-long military faceoff at their disputed Himalayan border but it is a complicated process and needs verification on the ground, the Indian army said on Thursday.

TIKAPUR, Dec 23: India's paramilitary force, Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), which had obstructed the construction of a river embankment in Kailali, has backed off from the region. It also said that the construction was not obstructed intentionally.

KATHMANDU, Oct 11: The Office of the Prime Minister has stated that the mapping of disputed areas along the Nepal-India border and repair and reconstruction of border pillars will be concluded within the next four years, settling key border dispute with the southern neighbor.