Monday, June 14, 2021
  • As the old saying goes, a small stump can overturn a large carriage. To contextualize it, a small, barely noticeable crime can sometimes turn into a great tragedy that will have devastating consequen…

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  • The centennial celebration of the Communist Party of China (CPC) is a highly commemorative event for every Chinese national as well as individuals across the globe. The history of the CPC’s rol…

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  • The World Environment Day (WED) is observed every year on 5 June to mobilize, motivate and energize the international community for the protection and promotion of the environment globally. Since…

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  • The recent 5.8 magnitude earthquake with epicentre in Lamjung district, which was actually an aftershock of the 2015 Gorkha earthquake did not get much attention in comparison to the reconstruction o…

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  • With the dissolution of the parliament for the second time, Nepal's political uncertainty has entered yet another phase. Although Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli's decision to dissolve the House…

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  • Earlier, I wrote an article in this online news portal on January 12, questioning whether we are poised for another round of people’s movement or Jana Andolan III. I compared earlier two Jana A…

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  • In a step toward curbing environmental pollution, there is a genuine need of environment decentralization for a climate resilient future. The institutions of local self government could play a signif…

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  •   With Nepali Congress Party losing mid-term elections in 1995 and subsequent takeover by PM Manmohan Adhikari from CPN-UML, the then Tribhuvan University Vice-Chancellor Mr Kedar Bhakta Math…

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  • The deadly Covid-19 has devastated the entire nation. People are gasping for breath. Hospitals are not equipped enough. The weak health system has not been able to mitigate the alarming death rate. …

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  • As coronavirus continues to spread, Nepal is undergoing a devastating nightmare that has unleashed unbelievable sufferings on people. The utter disregard for World Health Organization (WHO) guidel…

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  • All bad things happen on Friday mid-nights in Nepal. May 21 also turned out to be another black Friday. Early next morning, with the relaxation of Covid lockdown, Nepali people came to know of midnig…

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  • Yesterday I went to Jaleshwar Hospital for a check-up. This was the second time I had gone there. I had a perception that the particular hospital did not have the capacity for proper treatment of any…

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  • Had the court not overruled PM KP Sharma Oli’s decision to dissolve the parliament, on May 10, probably, Nepali people would have been busy exercising their voting rights. Ironically, on May 10…

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