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Sacrifice of Four Martyrs & King Tribhuwan to Restore Democracy in Nepal

January 23 2018
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The Nepal government has declared the martyr's week every year- just Mag 10th to 16th in the memory of the immortal martyrs of Nepal. A strong democratic scholar Sukraraj Shastri was hanged 9th Mag 1997 Bs at Pachali,. Darma Bhakta Mathema was h

A Global Nuclear Order In Crisis

January 23 2018
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The year 2017 saw the iconic clock of the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists slide to two-and-a-half minutes to midnight. It is set closer than ever to the brink except in 1952 when US-Soviet hydrogen bomb tests within six months of each other had pu

Can India Complement And Gain From China’s Belt And Road Initiative?

January 15 2018
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China will eventually embark on its vision of building roads, railways and pipelines across Eurasia, irrespective of India’s endorsement of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). This attempt to lay foundations of a Sino-centric Asia provides Ind

Unifier Prithvi Narayan Shah was the Creator of Hindu Kingdom!

January 10 2018
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Nepal and India are only the two Hindu countries in the world. These Hindu countries are bordered in between Kailash-Mansarowar in north and Hinda-Mahasagar in south, which is popularly known as the original place of Hindu and Hinduism. Hinduism

The Political Consequences of China’s Rise

January 10 2018
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Inordinate focus on the military threat obscures the larger political impact of China’s rise, which will have a bearing on India’s interests and even security. There is greater recognition today in India of the growing power disparity with C

Nepal: Post Election Tremors

January 04 2018
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It looks that it may take a month for the new government to take over. The delay is mainly due to failure of the political parties to reach a consensus on whether the mode of election to the Upper House should be by “Single transferable Vote

Memorial King Birendra and after the Clouded Situation in Nepal

December 29 2017
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King Birendra was a great nationalist who strongly believed that Nepal's history and tradition have bound her people and Monarchy in an enduring and intimate relationship, injecting in the Institution an inherent feature of honoring and being gu

What Could the Chinese Be Planning For Doklam

December 29 2017
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China has done little in reducing the earlier tensions of Doklam, while India has taken no action, other than protecting its national security concerns. Doklam is likely to again become a spoilsport between the two nations.

Nepal Elections: Reading The Results

December 15 2017
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The Left Alliance made a clean sweep in Nepal’s recently held provincial and federal elections. It is speculated that the Chairman of Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist (CPN-UML), KP Sharmal Oli, would lead the government and th

Memorial Step of King Mahendra in 1st Poush 2017 BS

December 13 2017
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Coming Saturday is the 1st Poush- the memorial day of nationalism of King Mahendra. Fifty seven years ago, the King Mahendra took the leadership on 1 Poush 2017 (15 December 1960) to keep intact the Nepal's sovereignty boycotting the Indian inte

How Nepal election results have a bearing on India and China relations

December 13 2017
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The Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist (CPN-UML) and the Nepal Communist Party-Maoist Centre having stitched up a solid pre-election alliance have so far won 91 seats in the national Parliament and lead on another 31, serving a bo

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