Thursday, July 29, 2021
  • In 21st century new technological trends have put their stamps on daily life, putting cultural values under threat. Each day irreversibly erases the ancestral heritage that the Nepali people have bee…

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  • Out of a total of 149 Members of Parliament (MPs) present at the time of parliamentary floor testing on Sunday, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba got 165 votes, i.e., in excess of threshold required …

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  • After 11 days of gruelling court deliberations, consuming a total of 33 hours by 77 legal-eagles, including review of submitted bahas notes and responses from the defendants, the five-member Constitu…

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  • The coachman knew a lot of gossip about the Red Light district of Amsterdam, Netherlands. He was one of the first in the evening, with the newly lit red lantern lights to begin his inspection of …

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  • In my earlier writing, I opined that dispute between Miss Rupa Sunar and Mrs Sarswoti Pradhan could have been resolved amicably had not the police resorted to its antiquated practice of not registeri…

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  • Nepali people, disappointed with the failure of KP Sharma Oli-led government to procure vaccines against the coronavirus, have got a reason to celebrate after China promised to dispatch four million …

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  • It was a sunny day. We went along the shores of Lake Baringo, Kenya. Our task was to catch some crocodiles and hand them over to the zoo. These reptiles are completely harmless to humans and you can …

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  • If there is anything most difficult to predict in Nepal then it is with politics. Only monsoon rain will defy its unpredictability. Saving massive landslides and floods in Melamchi, Helambu and some …

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  • While Kathmandu was struggling hard to tackle Covid-19, the news of Rupa Sunar who could not get the rented room in Kathmandu because of her so-called low caste dominated the headlines.  The inc…

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  • Jayalal Budha, 60, of Natikhola in Himali Rural Municipality-2, Bajura has been residing outside the village for the last six years because he had offered drinking water to a Dalit guest inside his h…

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  • Cornonavirus (Covid-19) is a disease in paradox or a paradoxical disease. Have we ever heard about “false negative”? This happens with Covid-19. Not only an infected person fails to know …

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  • The noble Spaniard may sometimes forget the names of his country's ministers but it will be a shame not to know the venerable matadors like Jose Maria Manzanares (14.04.53) who could coldly turn …

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  • Going by the social media posts, the reporting of the dispute between a high caste newar landlord Ms Saraswoti Pradhan, 56, and a so-called low caste young lady from dalit community, a prospective oc…

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