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#751 ( 27 March - 2 April 2015 )
Reconciliation is not possible without truth and justice for the relatives of those murdered and disappeared ten years ago
#750 ( 20-26 March 2015 )
The best solution for now would be to adopt the basic document of the Interim Constitution 2007 and add the agreed bits from the new draft.
#749 ( 13-19 March 2015 )
The reasons for the delay in retrieving the Airbus and passing a new constitution are the same: bad management, lack of contingency planning, blame-throwing, failure of coordination, and a breathtaking inability to understand the gravity of the situation.
#748 ( 6-12 March 2015 )
Every day should be International Women’s Day
#747 ( 27 Feb-5 Mar 2015 )
The opposition may have to go through with its show of force on Saturday, but should try to get it over with minimum fuss to resume negotiations on the constitution.
#745 ( 13-19 February 2015 )
Nepal’s leaders need to settle their disputes across the table and not on the streets
#745 ( 20-26 February 2015 )
Efforts to mitigate long-term climate change are well and good, but we need much more urgent efforts closer to home to clean up.
#744 ( 6-12 February 2015 )
If federalism is a fait accompli let’s try to minimise the damage that it will cause
#743 ( 30 Jan-5 Feb 2015 )
A new constitution still looks iffy, but in Nepal the unexpected is also to be expected.
#742 ( 23-29 January )
The obstacle to framing a new constitution is not just federalism. Pushpa Kamal Dahal also needs to ensure he has immunity from prosecution for war crimes and embezzlement of state funds meant for his guerrillas.
#741 ( 16-22 January 2015 )
The take-home message from the Himalmedia Public Opinion Survey 2015 is that you can’t fool all the people all the time
#740 ( 9-15 January 2015 )
Earthquakes don’t kill people, weak houses and bad planning do
#739 ( 2-8 January 2015 )
If it’s the top leaders who decide everything in secret, what is the point having a Dialogue Committee, a Task Force or even an elected Constituent Assembly?
#738 ( 26 Dec 2014 -1 Jan 2015 )
We have to make a constitution that is right for us, not one that fits the rightist agenda of a governing party in the neighbourhood
#737 ( 19-25 December 2014 )
Politicians agree to agree, sending a sense of cautious optimism about the constitution, but they need to settle their power struggle first
#736 ( 12-18 December 2014 )
The rent from Nepal’s rent-seeking state just went up
#735 ( 5-11 December 2014 )
Investment in infrastructure is not enough, we have to invest in the structural problem of governance
#734 ( 28 November-4 December 2014 )
Stop haggling over power-sharing, and let the people’s representatives find a way out of the constitution deadlock
#733 ( 21-27 November 2014 )
If the South Asian Summit helps us to finally start thinking regionally and acting locally, it will be a start
#732 ( 14-20 November 2014 )
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has demonstrated his soft spot for Nepal, but for our future stability we cannot turn the clock back
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