Ambiguous intent—investigating RAW’s activities in Nepal

What are the Indian Spy Agency–RAW’s hidden intentions?

In 1975, a referendum declared Sikkim as the 22nd state of India, and hence, the monarchy of the Chogyal dynasty collapsed. Around this time, Indian intelligence agency, RAW, namely Research and Analysis Wing, had their own agenda. One of their famous spy operatives, Rameshwar Nath Kao, planned to destabilize and annex Tarai, the southern region of Nepal, to India. Author RK Yadav writes in his book, Mission RAW: read more

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