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Leftist Billionaires Virtue-Signal On Tax Cuts

November 20 2017
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As happens every time any sort of tax change that can be demonized as “tax cuts for the rich” is proposed, the Trump administration’s framework for tax reform has been met with “tax me more” virtue signaling. The latest installment I h

Are Women Paramount Sources or Necessary Evils?

November 11 2017
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Women are the unseen creator of the society in the world. Some say- nature has itself discriminated in between woman and man. But, it can't appreciate because the sense of human rights must be used as a marshal law for the sake of women rights a

Marxism In The 21st Century: Dead Or Alive?

November 08 2017
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As Karl Marx’s ultimate achievement (or failure) seems to be the Russian Revolution, it is perhaps timely to ponder 100 years later about Marxism’s current relevance. Understandably, this exercise will be seen by many as a waste of time.

Gurkhas in the First World War

November 02 2017
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After the end of Anglo-Nepalese war (1814-16) and the signing of The Treaty of Sugauli, relationship between Nepal and the British Raj was said to be somewhat frosty. Things only started to warm up after the reign of Jang Bahadur Rana, whose dyn

As China Kicks Off Party Congress, All Eyes On Xi Jinping

October 20 2017
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In the last five years, Xi has established unprecedented control over the party and the government. But this also means his mistakes and missteps have been magnified.

Tihar- Light Day- The Hindus Festival-2017

October 17 2017
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The Hindu glorious Festival-Tihar is also known by many names such as Dipawal in Nepal, or Bhai Tika or Laxmi Puja or as a festival of lights and Diwali in India. In this year the light day-Tihar is starting from 31th Ashoj to 4th Kartik 2074 B.

The Belt and Road Initiative: India-China Tussle on Aid Imperialism

October 17 2017
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India opted out of the high-profiled Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation held in Beijing in May 2017 in protest against the Chinese connectivity initiative infringing India’s sovereignty. Instead, on the eve of the summit, India

Comparison between Congress (I) and BJP of India on Nepal's affairs 2006 to 2017

October 14 2017
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Since 2006, we Nepalese people have been suffering from the nefarious design of Indian Congress (I) and its RAW. In the name of democracy the leaders such as ex-PM late Girija Prasad became engrossed in power politics and used their position to

Improving Disaster Response: Role Of Knowledge Sharing

October 14 2017
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The humanitarian system – the global network of players who extend assistance to victims of disasters and conflict – remains wedded to a ‘silo management’ structure. This needs to shift to a more collaborative process of disaster managem

Time To Ban Automatic Weapons Of Any Kind From High Population Density Areas

October 05 2017
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Even vociferous supporters of the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, including undersigned, no longer have an argument against an outright and blanket ban of any and all automatic weapons from high-population density areas of the United

'Dashain' the Great Nepal’s National Festival

September 23 2017
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The most popular festival- Dashain is celebrating in this year on 21st September 2017, (5th Ashoj 2074 BS) this day is known as ‘Ghatsthapana’-The first day of Dashain festival. Dashain comprises of ten days worship of lord Durga. The ten

Our Education need to improve

September 23 2017
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Education is regarded as the backbone of a country and a person as well. Without Education there is no any existence of human beings. Education must be life living tools of the people, who had the dream to achieve something in their life from

Why Socialism: South Asian Context

September 16 2017
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In May 1949 Albert Einstein wrote an article titled WHY SOCIALISM? It gave indeed an insight into the philosophy of life of one the greatest human beings of the 20th century. At the end of the article Einstein declares: “I am convinced there

Rohingya Crisis: Need For A Robust Refugee Policy

September 16 2017
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The recent reprisal by Myanmar security forces in retaliation to attacks on some police and army posts by Rohingya militants in the Rakhine region has led to large scale exodus of the Rohingya population to neighbouring countries.

Koshi High Dam and PM Sher Bahadur Deuba

September 08 2017
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During the state visit of Prime minister Sher Bahadur Deuba to India 23 August to 27-2017 agreed that the work on preparation of the Detailed Project Report for the Sapta Koshi High dam and Sun-Koshi storage cum diversion scheme be expedited whi