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India gifts seven horses to Nepal Army

Kathmandu, March 29, 2017: The Nepal Army on Wednesday received a gift of seven horses from the Indian Army.

Updated:Thursday, March 30, 2017, 02:41

India gifts seven horses to Nepal ArmyKathmandu, March 29, 2017: The Nepal Army on Wednesday received a gift of seven horses from the Indian Army.

Organising a special function, visiting Chief of Army Staff of India, Bipin Rawat, handed over a stallion light breed, two brood mares, two gelds and two donkey stallions to his Nepali Counterpart Rajendra Chhetri today.

General Rawat is in Nepal currently to receive the honorary general title of Nepal Army.

Meanwhile, Rawat also paid a courtesy call on Chhetri at the NA Headquarters today.

Issues of mutual concerns and bilateral relations were discussed in the meeting, according to a press statement issued by the NA Directorate of Public Relations.

Rawat had also held a meeting with other senior officials of the NA.

Meanwhile, Rawat laid a wreath at the Bir Memorial at the Army Pavilion today, where a Nepal Army troop had offered his a guard of honour.

Source: Himalayan Times

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