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Future power house of South Asia

#810 ( 27 May - 2 June 2016 )
Sujit Acharya
The Nepal Power Investment Summit next week will send a message to the world that Nepal is ready for foreign investment in renewable energy projects.

It’s about us

#808 ( 13-19 May 2016 )
Puru Shah
… it’s not about Ansari, Dixit or Penner

Clampdown on dissent

#806 ( 29 Apr - 5 May 2016 )
Tapan Bose
The Commission that abuses its own authority

Just govern

#805 ( 22-28 April 2016 )
George Varughese
A border blockade and failure to get relief to earthquake survivors highlight Nepal’s sorry state

Deuba, Delhi and Oli

#799 ( 11-17 March 2016 )
Navin Jha
Something is brewing again in Kathmandu’s political cauldron after the Nepali Congress convention

Young, educated and unemployed

#796 ( 19-25 February 2016 )
Sangita Thebe Limbu
Youth unemployment among university graduates in Nepal is three times higher than among those without education

The inevitable unraveling

#790 ( 8-14 January 2016 )
Jivesh Jha
The loose alliance of the Madhesi Front is fraying

India-locked

#779 ( 9-15 October 2015 )
Bihari K Shrestha
Nepal is not landlocked, it is once again a victim of New Delhi’s attempt to flex its muscles

The right to have rights

#779 ( 9-15 October 2015 )
Sangita Thebe Limbu
The new Constitution lays bare misogynistic and patriarchal psyches that usually hide behind nationalism

A healthy free for all

#778 ( 2-8 October 2015 )
Bikash Gauchan
The constitution’s lofty aim of upgrading health care can be achieved with a proven public-private partnership model

The federalisation folly

#774 ( 4-10 September 2015 )
Bihari K Shrestha
Nepal’s unique geography will deliver only as an integrated whole, not as fragmented enclaves

The federalisation folly

#773 ( 28 Aug - 3 Sep 2015 )
Bihari K Shrestha
Nepal's unique geography will deliver only as an integrated whole, not as fragmented enclaves

Told you so

#767 ( 17-23 July 2015 )
Gyan Jung Thapa
An impartial review is needed to find out if the death toll in the earthquake could have been reduced by implementing past disaster preparedness plans

Local is best

#766 ( 10-16 July 2015 )
Aruna Uprety
Instead of micronutrient additives for children living in earthquake shelters, we should promote nutritious local foods

The trilateral path

#766 ( 10-16 July 2015 )
Bihari K Shrestha
Nepal stands to benefit from the rapprochement between India and China, and not just in earthquake reconstruction

Mission far from accomplished

#764 ( 26 June - 2 July 2015 )
Richard Ragan
The first emergency may be over, but the work of rehabilitating lives is only beginning.

How not to reinvent the wheel

#763 ( 19-25 June 2015 )
Bihari K Shrestha
Donor funding should not just go for reconstruction, but help build capacity

Moving out of darkness together

#763 ( 19-25 June 2015 )
Sanduk Ruit
The earthquake is an opportunity to change our perspective and attitude

Follow the people

#761 ( 5-11 June 2015 )
Bihari K Shrestha
More than money is needed for post-earthquake rebuilding, help local communities

The four-fold path

#758 ( 15-21 May 2015 )
Pradumna B Rana
Could a stronger and more picturesque country emerge?

Learning from Disasters

#757 ( 8-14 May 2015 )
Vinod Thomas
Natural disasters are devastating lives and turning back years of development progress

A state in aftershock

#757 ( 8-14 May 2015 )
Victor Rana
Now for a common vision to rebuild the country and complete the constitution.

Waiting for a Nepali Kejriwal

#747 ( 27 Feb-5 Mar 2015 )
Bihari K Shrestha
Nepal’s grassroot communities also have anti-corruption crusaders waiting to come out and clean things up

Bringing Cuba back

#738 ( 26 Dec 2014 -1 Jan 2015 )
Robert F Kennedy, Jr
The world has much to learn from Cuba and why embargoes don’t work

Kailash, Malala and Nepal

#737 ( 19-25 December 2014 )
Kul Chandra Gautam
This year’s two Nobel Peace Prize winners have already benefitted thousands of Nepali children and will inspire them

Dichotomy in development

#736 ( 12-18 December 2014 )
Bihari K Shrestha
A successful politician in Nepal is almost necessarily corrupt

Forget SAARC

#735 ( 5-11 December 2014 )
Pradumna B Rana
Go for other options like bilateralism or sub-regionalism

Frivolous federalism

#732 ( 14-20 November 2014 )
Bihari K Shrestha
“In the UK, we have bad apples in our politics, but in Nepal almost all apples are rotten.”

Value-added hiking

#730 ( 31 Oct - 6 Nov 2014 )
Donatella Lorch
Nepal’s trekking is at a cross-road, in need of a quality upgrade

Nepal’s soft underbelly

#726 ( 26 Sep - 2 Oct 2014 )
Bihari K Shrestha
The Madhes has never been more integrated with the rest of the country
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