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‘India can be a natural ally to Kurdish nation’

December 01 2019
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Guwahati: A vivid followers of various religions, linguistic communities, tribes etc, India can be a natural ally to the Kurdish nation as it also supports various religious faiths including Islam (both Shia and Sunni sects), Christianity, Juda

Questions after Cabinet Reshuffle

November 26 2019
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Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s decision to sack ministers to induct new faces has raised question marks not only among the general public but also sparked controversies within the ruling head Nepal Communist Party (NCP). There was a general b

Nepal: New NGO Law Should Protect Rights

November 20 2019
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The government of Nepal should ensure that forthcoming legislation to regulate social organizations protects the right to freedom of association, Human Rights Watch said. The government should hold open consultations with activists before introd

Political risks in energy-transporting countries and energy security in the Caspian Basin

November 19 2019
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Energy security is a crucial issue in contemporary international relations but not a new one. It is usually defined as the reliable and sufficient supply or demand of energy at acceptable prices and is at the top of the agenda for both energy-im

Govt. Should Implement the Law

November 19 2019
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As senior orthopedic surgeon and the crusader of medical sector reforms in Nepal Dr Govinda KC ended his 17th hunger strike owing to the border encroachment by India, no agreement is signed at this time around on the name of improvising the medi

Land readjustment in Japan: Beyond the myth of Japanese consensus and harmony

November 15 2019
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The landscape of Misato City in Japan has changed drastically in the last 35 years. In the 1980s, Shin-Misato Station was the Mushashino marshalling yard for freight services. Most of the land near the station was used for agriculture, but once

Xi’s Nepal Visit Reveals a Grander Chinese Himalayan Approach

November 05 2019
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Not long ago, Beijing’s perspective towards Nepal was limited to that of a ‘good neighbour’ only.1 Though the presence of about 20,000 Tibetans in Nepal has been an issue of major concern to Beijing, it has carefully managed its relations

Upcoming By-elections: A Testimony of Two Big Parties

October 30 2019
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Kathmandu, Nepal: As by-election is scheduled to take place on coming 30 November, political fever has gripped the political parties, particularly the ruling head Nepal Communist Party (NCP) and the main opposition party Nepali Congress (NC). Th

Tihar (Dipawali)- Hindus Festival- 'The Light Day' in all Over the World 2019

October 26 2019
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The Nepali 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. It is a five-days festival, which comes soon after the Dashain Festival, and Tihar is all

Durga Puja-2076'Dashain'- Glorious Festival in Nepal, India and Abroad

September 30 2019
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Nepal and India are the original land of Hinduism and human civilization. Muslim and Christian religions took birth long after the creation of Hindu religion and its civilization. An extensive and erudite amalgam of Hindu knowledge brings togeth

Climate change and the school kids of West

September 30 2019
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Although South Asia has the highest population but you should know that you (western people and especially teenagers) are the largest consumer of meat product resulting 18 percent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions (37% of human-caused me

Indra Jatra, Kumari & the King Prithvi Narayan Shah

September 12 2019
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The great Hero Prithvi Narayan Shah was born in Gorkha on 27th Poush 1779 BS and he gowned king's Crown in Gorkha Palace on Ramnawami 1799 BS. With the support of all different castes including Magar, Gurung, Sherpa, Bahun, Chetri, Kami,

Turning Back To Nature As Dengue Raises Its Ugly Head

September 06 2019
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People in the Philippines are turning back to nature as dengue, the sickness carried by the deadly Aedes egypti mosquito has spread affecting almost 200,000 victims in the country. Health experts and authorities are using frogs, mosquito fishes

Hinduism is the Foundation of Civilization in the World

August 23 2019
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Among all religions of the world, Hindu religion is considered as an ancient religion that is recognized as the foundation of civilization and as the most liberal democratic way of life. Hinduism & Buddhism are the identities & cultural assets

In the Blink of an Eye …

August 22 2019
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Another deadly attack, this time in Eastern Afghanistan. The target: a wedding party. The toll: 63 dead and almost 200 injured. Ironically, the invitations to the Kabul wedding read "… we celebrate … with a world of hope and desire …" And,