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Cartelling of carnage

#823 ( 26 Aug - 1 Sep 2016 )
The bloodbath on Nepal’s highways is a direct result of Kathmandu’s syndicated politics

Politically correct

#822 ( 19-25 August 2016 )
While the Big Four parties can paralyse the polity, they are also the only ones who can bring the country to a safe landing.

Order! order!

#821 ( 12-18 August 2016 )
The problem is not the democratic system, but the people who abuse it.

Party time

#820 ( 5-11 August 2016 )
Nepali politics today is run by a cartel of top leaders who shuffle the deck every once in a while so the same King, Queen, Jack and Joker land on top.

Second Coming

#819 ( 29 July - 4 August 2016 )
Pushpa Kamal Dahal will have to outperform KP Oli in all departments if he wants to resurrect his country and party. 

Kleptocracy kills

#818 ( 22-28 July 2016 )
The lethal politics of an ailing nation.

Autumn of the patriarchy

#817 ( 15-21 July 2016 )
Social justice, development and peace require Nepali women to be on equal terms with Nepali men in all fields.

Electing to govern

#816 ( 8-14 July 2016 )
Nepal’s political parties believe they have to be in power to be elected to power.

Lessons not learnt

#815 ( 1-7 July 2016 )
Restore the political will to raise the quality of instruction in schools, but keep politics out of education

Dying, to make a living

#814 ( 24-30 June 2016 )
In a world numbed by senseless violence and tragedy, this week we were once more reminded of the hierarchy of news

New Avatar

#813 ( 17-23 June 2016 )
If Baburam Bhattarai musters the courage to admit mistakes, his New Force party would be on a much surer footing

Playing for time

#812 ( 10-16 June 2016 )
Eight months into his term, Prime Minister Oli seems to have settled for just one objective: not being overthrown

Climactic change

#811 ( 3-9 June 2016 )
Green is not just the colour of the environment, it is also the colour of money. 

Power Struggle

#810 ( 27 May - 2 June 2016 )
We laugh at our leaders when they promise to end power cuts not because we are unaware of Nepal’s energy potential, but because we are aware of their ineptitude.

WAGES OF SIN

#809 ( 20-26 May 2016 )
The 9-point Agreement proves just how much the Maoists, especially its leader Comrade Prachanda, are still haunted by the ghosts of their victims

Decay of democracy

#808 ( 13-19 May 2016 )
History keeps coming full circle, and is repeated as a farce.

Not Silenced

#807 ( 6-12 May 2016 )
What do you do when an Executive agency set up to stem the rot is itself rotten? Fall back on the Judiciary and Parliament

THINK NATIONALLY, ACT LOCALLY

#806 ( 29 Apr - 5 May 2016 )
Local elections would restore grassroots accountability, improve earthquake relief and kick-start development, but there is no political will for it

Disastrous Coverage

#805 ( 22-28 April 2016 )
Attention, foreign media covering earthquake anniversary: read this.

State of Impunity

#804 ( 15-21 April 2016 )
Letting war criminals go free erodes the rule of law, sends the message that violence is the answer and no one has to pay for crimes
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