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China Struggles with Belt and Road Pushback

September 17 2018
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China, in an implicit recognition that at least some of its Belt and Road-related projects risk trapping target countries in debt or fail to meet their needs, has conceded that adjustments may be necessary.

Stop To Play The BIMSTEC and SAARC Cards

September 12 2018
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Responding to the widespread criticism from multiple quarters, the government has withdrawn the plan to participate in the first ever Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) level military drill

Proven Alternative Could Maintain Russia's Defense & Calm International Tensions

September 03 2018
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TASS reports that Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov argues that expenses on the upcoming Vostok-2018 large-scale military drills are justified in order to maintain Russia's defense capability amid the tense international situation. He also said th

Should Raising China-Nepal Military Ties Worry India?

August 21 2018
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There has been no shortage of references recently to the fact that China and Nepal are about to conduct a second round of joint military exercises, titled Sagarmatha, in Chengdu in Sichuan, China, next month. The two countries held their first j

India’s contradictory diplomacy will backfire in the long run

August 21 2018
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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is slated to arrive in Kathmandu, capital of Nepal, a Himalayan nation sandwiched between the two Asian giants China and India, on August 30 for a two-day visit. It will be Modi’s fourth visit to Nepal sinc

The govt. and PHC should prove the allegation labeled against Joshee

August 11 2018
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The decision of the Parliamentary Hearing Committee (PHC) to reject the recommendation of the Constitutional Council to appoint Acting Chief Justice Deepak Raj Joshee in the post of Chief Justice is condemned from different sectors even raisin

Dark Clouds Looming Over Southeast Asia’s Democracies

August 02 2018
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Southeast Asia, the world’s most ethno-culturally diverse region, is rapidly growing because of its strategic location and rising economies. A sub-region of ten countries, it has dynamically increased its influence in international affairs aft

Trade war: A Thucydides Trap!

August 02 2018
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Recently, the US President Donald Trump has taken a step to reduce trade deficit and has made turbulent global economy and politics. President Trump has imposed tariff of 25% on steel and 10% on aluminium which has justified on the basis of nati

In Nepal, Globalization Finds a New Venue

July 31 2018
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Type "end of globalization" into Google and you will get 51.3 million hits. It is not hard to see why: The United States has withdrawn from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership has gone on hold, the N

North Korea : No more a threat to the world peace and opening a new economic corridor

July 29 2018
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North Korean leader Marshal Kim Jong Un has started important step dismantling some facilities at its main satellite launching station which is believed to be the testing ground for intercontinental ballistic missiles. Recent satellite images

Should China Be Included As A Dialogue Partner Within SAARC?

July 24 2018
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In response to the perception that Pakistan would be a major hindrance in pushing through Indian sponsored connectivity plans for the South Asian region within the SAARC forum as was later proved in the Kathmandu Summit of SAARC held in November

'Lord Shiva'-Worshiping Shawan Monday

July 23 2018
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According to the Hindu Mythology, Lord Shiva (Pashupatinath) spent his most of his time on the top of the holy mount Kailas Mansharobar, practicing Yogic austere, joy and love with his divine consort Parbati (mother of mythology), The Lake Mansa

Don’t turn deaf ear on KC’s demands

July 23 2018
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The deteriorating health condition as well as the swelling public support to the indefinite hunger strike of senior orthopedic surgeon Dr Govinda KC calling for reforms in the country’s medical education sector does not seem to have shaken t

Bhanubhakta : Memorial Great Nepali Poet

July 12 2018
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Today, 29 Asar is the 205rd memorial birthdays of the great poet Bhanubhakta Acharya. Bhanubhakta was born in 29th Asar 1871 B.S. at Chundi Ramgha of Tanahun district and he died at the same place in 1925 B.S. Babubhaka is a great post-man who c

Save Ganga Maya

July 11 2018
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Ganga Maya Adhikari has sat for yet another fast-unto-death strike at the bed of the Bir Hospital, the oldest government hospital of the country, seeking justice for the murder of her teenage son Krishna Prasad Adhikari for about one and half