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People, Politics, and Placentas

#875 ( 8-14 September 2017 )
Despite dramatic improvements in maternal survival, many Nepali mothers are still dying needlessly at childbirth

People, politics and placentas

#874 ( 1-7 September 2017 )
Despite dramatic improvements in maternal survival, many Nepali mothers are still dying needlessly at childbirth

The Rivers are fighting back

#872 ( 18-24 August 2017 )
The only way to save Nepal from future floods is to respect a river’s right of way 

Learning from malaria

#868 ( 21-27 July 2017 )
The world needs to respond to other global challenges with similar smart investments as it has done with malaria

End the wait

#862 ( 9-15 June 2017 )
A new prime minister takes over, but there is no political will to ensure justice for conflict victims

Qatar waits it out

#862 ( 9-15 June 2017 )

Fired up over tobacco

#860 ( 26 May - 1 June 2017 )
Nepal should focus on its current commitments before taking on plain packaging of cigarettes

From subjects to citizens

#859 ( 19-25 May 2017 )
Reconnecting Nepalis with a democratic political process

From subjects to citizens

#858 ( 12-18 May 2017 )
Reconnecting Nepalis with a democratic political process

No turning back

#854 ( 14-20 April 2017 )
Why Nepal’s upcoming local elections matters more than ever

Trump, or no Trump?

#850 ( 17-23 March 2017 )
Why should environmentalists in Nepal suffer angst because Donald Trump got elected? How much worse can it get?

Stateless daughters

#849 ( 10-16 March 2017 )
Every Nepali mother must be allowed to get Nepali citizenship as easily as a man, without if’s and but’s

Trump, or no Trump

#849 ( 10-16 March 2017 )
Why should environmentalists in Nepal suffer angst because Donald Trump got elected? How much worse can things get?

Making Nepal FDI friendly

#848 ( 3-9 March 2017 )
We know what needs to be done to attract investment, we just need to do it

Stateless daughters

#848 ( 3-9 March 2017 )
Every Nepali mother must be allowed to get Nepali citizenship as easily as a man, without if’s and but’s

Figuring out what to do

#845 ( 10-16 February 2017 )
Air pollution data is needed for an informed public and responsive decision making

Saving one mother at a time

#838 ( 23-29 December 2016 )
Safe delivery in a district hospital in remote western Nepal highlights the importance of having trained family doctors

The Madhes message

#822 ( 19-25 August 2016 )
The people in the plains want to be a part of Nepal, but they feel alienated by Kathmandu

Tread Carefully

#809 ( 20-26 May 2016 )
The Nepal Government must consider sending a high-level special envoy to New Delhi

The fine print

#797 ( 26 Feb - 3 Mar 2016 )
The Muzaffarpur-Dhalkebar transmission line inaugurated this week in Delhi has questionable benefits for Nepal.

Not their battle

#793 ( 29 Jan-4 Feb 2016 )
Cadre, voters and supporters of the Big Three are turning against them in the Tarai

Exorcising the Indian ghost

#791 ( 15-21 January 2016 )
The lesson from this blockade is that we must develop alternatives in sourcing and managing our energy supplies

Near a deal

#791 ( 15-21 January 2016 )
Fearful of anarchy and criminalisation, the Madhesi parties and Kathmandu are coming close to a deal, but will it last?

Deciding to de-escalate

#788 ( 25-31 December 2015 )
A win-win can only happen with a halt to Indian micro- and macro-management

Jaffna in Janakpur?

#787 ( 18-24 December 2015 )
Nepal must exercise the logic of being a true buffer state

A tale of two frontiers

#787 ( 18-24 December 2015 )
“There is nothing here. No people, no business. We open the shop just to pass the time."

Back after 10 years

#785 ( 4-10 December 2015 )
“When I returned to Nepal last month, the place was once more in political and economic turmoil.”

Messiahs of the Madhes

#781 ( 30 October - 5 November 2015 )
It's time for the Madhesi people to think about who their real friends are

North and South

#779 ( 9-15 October 2015 )
This is an internal Nepali problem that should be resolved through dialogue, not intimidation, protests or a blockade

Fighting our own battles

#778 ( 2-8 October 2015 )
Madhesis may be culturally close to Indians, but they are Nepalis first
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