Nepali Times
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No fly zone


ASHUTOSH TIWARI

This plane junkyard at a corner of Kathmandu airport is a powerful symbol of the state of Nepal. These vintage aircrafts were once the mainstay of the nation's aviation, and are a mute testimony to political interference that bled the national airline dry, and businessmen who bankrupted their airlines and looted shareholders. The planes lie scavenged and neglected, just like the country whose faded flag they still fly.

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1. Shree Shrestha

Nepal Airlines like Nepal Oil Corporation is the piggybank for the politicians and government officials. It's high time to sell it off.



2. Tennessee
A very astute euphemism indeed for the state of affairs.

3. Deepak Sharma
Ka  Garne  -  Chor  Neta  Haru  le loote Nepal ko Dhan... no one seems to be able to do any thing ... kale haru le every day Bhale khaee ra  chun.  Shame on a limpid and inept civil society  or maybe they are in cahoots with the Chor Netas... otherwise how to explain the apathy. 

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