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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,

Clueless of Nirmala’s Rape And Murder: Shame To The Nation

August 03 2019
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It’s been a year since a 13 year old minor Nirmala Panta of Bhimdatta Municipality of Kanchanpur district was raped and murdered but the perpetrator(s) of the heinous crime is yet to be identified. The investigation process, botched up from th

PM Oli’s Many Challenges

July 14 2019
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Despite having an overwhelming majority in the House, Prime Minister Oli appears to be facing many challenges. The breakaway faction of the Maoists led by Netra Bikram Chand continues to be active and is gaining ground.

The World Needs A Water Treaty

July 14 2019
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During the face-off earlier this year between India and Pakistan over a terrorist attack that killed more than 40 Indian paramilitaries in Kashmir, New Delhi made an existential threat to Islamabad. The weapon was not India’s considerable nucl

The China-Nepal railway: High cost and hidden

June 28 2019
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Tashi Sherpa runs the only teashop in Rasuwa Ghadhi on the border of Nepal and China, 170 kilometres northwest of the capital Kathmandu. About 50 metres away, a group of Chinese workers are busy building a bridge that will link the two countries

A Summer Of Protests,’ Does PM Oli Care?

June 16 2019
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This summer, Nepal is seen to be witnessing protests on various issues all of the Government’s own making. The first was the Media Council Bill which is still attracting a large number of protests. There has been no attempt by the governmen

What Modi's swearing-in says about the Pak puzzle

June 04 2019
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The swearing-in ceremony on 26 May 2014, marking Narendra Modi’s first term as Prime Minister in office, was distinctly different from those one had witnessed earlier in New Delhi. Apart from local dignitaries and the diplomatic corps, the hea

Our biodiversity, our food, our health: Celebrating the International Day for Biological Diversity 2019

May 29 2019
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Biodiversity is a global asset of tremendous value, recognized as “natural capital” necessary for the survival of all species that share this planet. The International Day for Biological Diversity is annually celebrated on 22 May to draw att

Nepal: Mirage Of Justice

May 14 2019
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On May 2, 2019, at a press meet in Kathmandu, a group of conflict victims expressed their concerns over the Government’s ongoing appointment process of commissioners and members of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and the Commissi

How Binod Chaudhary Became First & Only Billionaire

May 14 2019
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Forty years ago, I bought a second-hand Volkswagen van and, with my wife, drove out of Switzerland. We crossed the unstable and at times dangerous lands of Turkey, Iran and Afghanistan. Our destination was Nepal. This relatively small country h

Demolish Of Structures At Khula Manch Would Not Sufficient

May 04 2019
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Following the widespread criticism, the government has demolished the structures constructed at Khula Manch, the only open theater that locates at the heart of the Kathmandu. It is astonishing that the authorities including the Kathmandu Metropo

Baluwatar Public Land Grab Case: Shame To The Nation

April 22 2019
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Furor seems to have sparked among the general public after 113 ropanis public land located at right under the nose of the Prime Minister’s residence at Baluwatar, Kathmandu is proved to have illegally transferred in the person’s name includi

Making Federal Nepal Investment-Ready

April 11 2019
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The recently concluded Nepal Investment Summit 2019, convened by the government of Nepal in March in Kathmandu, has moved the country’s new economic agenda to center stage. The event, which drew industry leaders, senior government officials, a

China Eyes Cracks in a Strategic Indian Partnership

March 16 2019
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During Bhutan’s Prime Minister Lotay Tshering’s December visit to New Delhi, India Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “Development of hydroelectric projects is an important part of the long history of India’s aid to Bhutan.” While hydr