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Don’t’s push Dr KC for another hunger strike

January 08 2019
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Senior orthopedic surgeon Dr Govinda KC has said that he would launch 16th series of hunger strike for exerting pressure to the government for implementing the past agreements reached with him. He has alleged the government for not showing since

Memorial King Mahendra Who Kept Intact Nepal's Sovereignty

December 21 2018
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Fifty eight years ago, the King Mahendra took the leadership on 1 Poush 2017 (15 December 1960) to keep intact the Nepal's sovereignty. Due to the unnecessary Indian intervention, the position of Nepal's sovereignty was in danger. The great King

Nepal: Stalled Justice

December 11 2018
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On November 21, 2018, the Conflict Victims Common Platform (CVCP), an umbrella body of 13 organizations advocating justice for war-era victims, adopted a 23-point Charter of Conflict Victims calling for meaningful participation of the victims th

Ayodhya Ram Temple: Now or Never

December 07 2018
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On December 6th of 1992 in Ayodhya, by demolishing the ”ILLEGAL” and “DISPUTED” Babri Structure, We, the Karsewaks, liberated and reclaimed our rightful Holy Hindu shrine, Sri Ram Janma Bhoomi, Lord Rama’s Holy Birth Place. Since then

Communist China Facilitating World Buddhist Forum Is Ironic And Deceitful

December 04 2018
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It is ironical that communist Government of China, which views religion as potentially destabilizing and contradictory to communist philosophy, has facilitated the organization of Fifth World Buddhist Forum in the city of Putian in east China’

Deviation Of Government And Opposition From Their Respective Responsibilities

November 30 2018
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As the incumbent government failed to in every front, the people in general seem to have criticize the Nepali Congress (NC) for failing to discharge the role and responsibilities as the main opposition party in the parliament. Though the interna

India’s inactive approach to border infrastructure continues

November 28 2018
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On November 19, India’s Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) announced a blueprint for construction of strategic roads and permanent integrated buildings along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) between India and China in the states of Arunachal Prade

China reaching deeper and deeper into Nepal

November 27 2018
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The Night Train to Kathmandu”, a 1988 surrealistic American movie set against the backdrop of the Himalayas, mixed fantasy and reality as a young woman traveled from India to the Nepalese capital in search of a non-existent city above the clou

Will an ambitious Chinese-built rail line through the Himalayas lead to a debt trap for Nepal?

November 22 2018
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China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has ambitions to reshape the global economy by connecting more than 60 countries across Asia, Europe and Africa through trade and infrastructure projects. All told, it’s envisioned that nearly two-third

Tihar-Deepawali-The Light Day- the Hindus Festival-2075 (2018) in all Over the World

November 07 2018
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The Hindu glorious Festival-Tihar is also known by many names such as Deepawal in Nepal, or Bhai Tika or Laxmi Puja or as a festival of lights and calls Diwali in India. In this year the light day-Tihar is starting from 19 to23 Kartik 2075 just

South Asia: High Costs of Not Trading With Neighbors

November 02 2018
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The politics of South Asia have always cast a shadow over the economics of the region, making it a tariff-ridden jumble of impossibilities rather than a neighbourly place of opportunities.

An Open Letter to All Journalists

October 27 2018
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Terrorism has taken a disturbing turn with the horrific murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Apparently the intent of this murder was to send a message to all journalists dedicated to thoughtful criticism of government. Therefore, what would be

'Dashain' Nepalese National Festival Renowned in all over the world

October 27 2018
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Dashain is a traditional cultural festivity. Before Prithvi Narayan Shah (1768), the festival of Dashain and Tihar had been revered as a common culture of all castes. After Prithvi Narayan Shah, created a modern Nepal a new tradition was set by

Comprehensive plan and policy needed to combat sexual violence

October 07 2018
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The government has announced to ban online pornography with the aim to combat sexual violence like rape and murder against woman. Following the decision, about sixteen thousand online pornography sites have also been blocked. The sweeping ban

Govt. should know the real conspirator

October 02 2018
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Leadership clashes followed by the growing discontent voices over the decisions taken by the chairman duo- KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal- of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has come to the fore triggering a fear that incumbent go