Thursday, July 29, 2021
  • With the Supreme Court issuing an interim order against the Cabinet expansion by the KP Sharma Oli Government, social media and online news portals are rife with views, opinions, and speculations ove…

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  • As the first and second waves of coronavirus were wreaking havoc in Nepal, one could see many wishing speedy recovery to the infected relatives and leaders on Facebook and Twitter every day. Some wel…

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  • When it is difficult, Nepali is quiet. When it gets harder, he starts the song. When a Nepali is overwhelmed by despair, s/he laughs. Collecting materials about ethnic/caste groups, traveling a…

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  • Adam Smith, an 18th Century Scottish philosopher and economist, propounded a theory of “invisible hands” in economics. As politics dominate economics in Nepal, what we have here is the th…

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  • Even his diehard fans have made this slogan to chant: boli ali piro ho, Oli hamro hero ho. English version will read like this: He might be a bit foul mouthed but he is our hero.   The hero I…

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  • 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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