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Madhesi Groups Shouldn’t Start New Agitation on Constitutional Amendment

April 24 2017
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On 12th of April, Dahal’s government formally withdrew its previous amendment bill and registered a fresh one. This new bill does meet some of the demands made by the Madhesi groups, though not all. As expected, the UML, more out of its cussed

Bikram Sambat- The glorious Era in Nepal

April 11 2017
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Bikram Sambat-2074, the New year is starting in Nepal form 14th April-2017. Bikram Sambat is the glory of Nepal. Bikram Sambat starts from Mekh Sankranti almost 13-15 April. In this day, from the very beginning of the morning a fabled pair of

Nepal: Forecast 2017

April 07 2017
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2016 began with difficult start for Nepal. Shortly after the massive earthquake and the disaster that followed, there was a shortage of fuel and essential supplies due to the ‘economic blockade’ imposed by Madhesis to pressurise the governme

An Emerging Political Hero,The Hindu Nationalist-Yogi Adityanath

March 26 2017
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The energetic Hindu Yogi was elected the youngest member in Lok Sabha at 26 years' age in 1886. In 1998-99: he became the Member, Committee on Food, Civil Supplies, Public Distribution and its Sub-Committee-B on Department of Sugar and Edible Oi

Nepal's Military Will Soon Be Invincible

March 26 2017
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Nepal's army schools are finishing their first stage implementation of Invincible Defense Technology (IDT). The ultimate goal of IDT is to prevent enemies from arising by reducing the collective societal stress that culminates in war, terrorism,

From water consumers to water conservers: How waste water reuse and recycling can reduce water drudgery for women

March 21 2017
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Somewhere in a mountain village in the Himalaya, a woman folds a taro leaf into a cone, fills it with soil, and sows a seed. She waters her little cone with waste water from the kitchen, creating an enabling environment for the seed to germina

Empowering Women Key to Achieving Sustainable Development in the Hindu Kush Himalaya

March 18 2017
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Empowering women and ensuring gender equality is more than just a development goal. It is vital to advancing human development and achieving sustainable development. Sustainable development will not be possible without girls and women fully real

Working on Gender in the Hindu Kush Himalaya

March 07 2017
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On the occasion of International Women’s Day, it is important to reflect on the importance of the inclusion of gender in academia. The goal of gender professionals is to ensure fair representation of marginalized groups in a variety of discour

PHSC should consider the fate of the country but not the fate of the nominees of the ambassadors

March 04 2017
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The government has been mulling the process to withdraw the names of two ambassadorial nominees Aasha Lama and Sharmila Parajuli, thanks to the widespread criticism over their credentials controversies. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) has

'Shivaratri' in Nepal and in All Over the Hindu World -2017

February 23 2017
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Shivaratri 2017 (2073 B.S) Hindus are devoting with celebrating the lord Shiva on the occasion of 'Shivaratri'-2073. In this year, Sivaratri is celebrating especially, Nepal and India and in all over the Siva temples in the world

Martyrs & King Tribhuwan Could Restore the Democracy in Nepal

February 16 2017
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From the very beginning, Nepal is known as a Sovereign and independent country in the world. The struggle and sacrifice of the martyrs against the Rana oligarchy helped introduce democracy in the country, as a result of it, the Nepalese have bee

Air Pollution Problem Could Disrupt Nepal’s Tourism Industry

February 09 2017
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South Asia’s notorius “atmospheric brown cloud” could impact Nepal’s appeal as a tourist destination. Visitors are voicing their concern about the three-kilometer-thick toxic cloud that sits over much of the region, including large swath

Enduring Dilemmas: Nepali Insurgency Redux

February 03 2017
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ndeed, the emphasis upon “body count” above is misplaced, since in any insurgent situation, it is not deaths that dominate the statistics but assault upon the innocent for the purposes of terrorizing. Further, innocence extends not only to i

Sacrifice of Four Martyrs & King Tribhuwan on Democratic Movement in Nepal

January 26 2017
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The Nepal government has declared the martyr's week every year- just Mag 10th to 16th. in the mmory of the immortal martyrs of Nepal. Sukraraj Shastri was hanged 9th Mag 1997 Bs at Pachali,. Darma Bhakta Mathema was hanged-11th Mag at Siphal and

India-Nepal Ties In 2016: A Relationship That Remained Troubled

January 19 2017
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Diplomatic relations between India and Nepal, established on June 13, 1947 and subsisting at the governmental and people’s level, are moving towards consolidation of mutual understanding, prosperity and peace after passing through various ups