Earthquke Preparedness


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Proxy war

#779 ( 9-15 October 2015 )
The Indian blockade is no longer about the Madhes and the constitution

17,000 ghosts

#779 ( 9-15 October 2015 )
Editorial in Annapurna Post, 6 October

Showing who’s boss

#778 ( 2-8 October 2015 )
It is in India’s strategic interest to ensure equilibrium and stability in Nepal, but the blockade has undermined that.

Vicious cycle

#777 ( 25 Sep - 1 Oct 2015 )
Politics affects the economy which in turn impacts on politics

Making the best of it

#776 ( 18-24 September 2015 )
The 1992 constitution was supposed to be ‘the best in the world’, this one is probably ‘the best we can do’

Just do it

#775 ( 11-17 September 2015 )
A new constitution that lays the foundation for a just, democratic and prosperous Nepal is within grasp, but it first needs confidence-building measures

Open and shut case

#774 ( 4-10 September 2015 )
Despite the deepening deadlock and violence, disagreements on the constitution aren’t intractable

Votebank constitution

#773 ( 28 Aug - 3 Sep 2015 )
Never to leave maps in the hands of politicians. Never mix politics with boundaries

The authority to rebuild

#771 ( 14-20 August 2015 )
Do we have the political will to save time and money to fuse the long-pending Disaster Management Authority with the Reconstruction Authority?

Bordering on brinkmanship

#770 ( 7-13 August 2015 )
A constitution cannot be a pot-holed road to be hurriedly patched up. It is a highway to carry Nepalis to a prosperous future.

Vox populism

#769 ( 31 July - 6 Aug 2015 )
The people do not want the new constitution to make anyone stateless or second-class citizens, and they want a better quality of life.

Made to jump through hoops

#768 ( 24-30 July 2015 )
Instead of making things easier for earthquake survivors, the government machinery is structured to make it as hard as possible to get help.

Interesting times

#767 ( 17-23 July 2015 )
Nepal has changed in 15 years, but the issues we were covering then are still here with us

Fixing what's broken

#766 ( 10-16 July 2015 )
Nepal’s tourism was in crisis long before the earthquake struck

There is a draft

#765 ( 3-9 July 2015 )
The text of the new constitution has regressive flaws, but it the best for now. Let’s move on, and work to improve it as we go along.

Rebuilding ourselves

#764 ( 26 June - 2 July 2015 )
More than aid, we need help to boost tourism, investment, trade and to create jobs in reconstruction

Trouble in the rubble

#763 ( 19-25 June 2015 )
Like Krishna Mandir, Nepal is standing but needs more support

Deconstruction before reconstruction

#762 ( 12-18 June 2015 )
That famous Maoist dictum has a whole new meaning in post-earthquake Nepal, and not quite in the way Pushpa Kamal Dahal intended.

Post-mortem of a disaster

#761 ( 5-11 June 2015 )
The earthquake was not unexpected, but it could have been far worse. It was a rehearsal for the really big ones to come.

Soon, the monsoon

#760 ( 29 May - 5 June 2015 )
Nepal’s disaster isn’t over yet: it is just moving into the next phase
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