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Nepal cannot Sustain Republican System

May 27 2017
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The Maoist, Congress, UML Party leaders say- 'the ongoing local election- 2074 BS, can stabilizes the secular and republican system as the achievement of the protest of 2062.63 B.S. which was forwarded from Indian Congress (I) and its RAW to te

Biodiversity and sustainable tourism in the Hindu Kush Himalaya

May 24 2017
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Biodiversity is the basis for many tourism activities in the Hindu Kush Himalaya (HKH). Scenic landscapes, forests, lakes, mountains, and farmlands attract many tourists to the region. Iconic bird and animal species are also major attractions.

Powering India-Nepal Ties

May 23 2017
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At the recent Energy Secretary-level talks of the Joint Steering Committee (JSC) in Kathmandu (February 13-14, 2017), an important step in promoting electricity trade between India and Nepal took place when it was decided to endorse the detailed

Youths must take the helm for change

May 20 2017
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Our political system has not been in constancy for very long time. We have faced various political movements for democratic political systems since long. We, youths, became supporters to the entire regime in different times and periods.

USA Shares Ideals, Values and Views with Nepal PM and Dalai Lama

May 17 2017
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Last week, a U.S. bipartisan Congressional delegation, led by Democratic Leader of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, visited Nepal, it’s PM and the Dalai Lama at his headquarters in Dharmsala, India. The delegation visited Nepal, Ind

China’s One Belt One Road Project Paving Its Way into Europe

May 16 2017
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On May 14 and May 15, Beijing hosted one of those mega events that the Chinese revel in. But the two-day meeting of the Belt & Road Forum – yielding an unfortunate acronym, BARF – will, not be the event of 2017. That will be the 19th Communi

Lord Buddha and Buddhism in Nepal!

May 09 2017
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2074 B.S. Baishak the 2561 auspicious memorial Birth day of Gautam Buddha. Lumbini is the birth land of Lord Gautam Buddha in the 6th century BC in mid Tarai in Nepal. Lord Gautam Buddha advocated the unification of faith and wisdom. Fai

Tension Building As Govt Readies Local Elections

April 25 2017
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In Nepal, the political atmosphere is rife with tensions on the issue of holding local level elections next month. The Madheshis, Tharus and other Janajati (indigenous) groups who form bulk of the nation’s total population have vowed to disrup

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