New Delhi: Nepal could be the newcomer to the list of countries with which India has reached an agreement on air bubbles in South Asia. Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Srivastava said he was “examining the possibility of an air bubble agreement with Nepal.” Travel bubbles, also known as travel corridors and Corona corridors, are essentially an exclusive partnership between neighboring or neighboring countries, which have seen considerable success in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic within their respective borders. These countries will then re-establish links between them by opening borders and allowing people to move freely within the zone without having to undergo quarantine on arrival. The dissemination of this concept was encouraged by three Baltic States, namely Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, when they formed a trilateral partnership that allowed citizens of these countries to enter the territory of the Member States. . . .