Thursday, March 20, 2008

Don't worry about a thing

KATHMANDU, March 14 (Xinhua) - Security officials of India and Nepal Friday decided to tighten security along the Indo-Nepal border in view of April 10 Constituent Assembly (CA) elections.

In a meeting between Nepali and Indian security officials held Friday, both sides agreed to install additional barriers and pickets and post more armed security personnel along the border, the local media house's website eKantipur reported.

They have also decided to seal the border along the Lumbini zone for 72 hours from April 8 for the crucial polls.

However, the authorities informed that patients, ambulances and tourists would be permitted to cross the border during the closed period.

See? Extra security. Besides, we don't even get to Kathmandu until April 12.

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