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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.


#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


#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

Coping and hoping

#803 ( 8-14 April 2016 )
It is a glaring indictment of the state, that it gives citizens no reason to expect much from their elected representatives

Save nature from politicians

#802 ( 1-7 April 2016 )
Patronage and corruption threaten to undo Nepal’s achievements in conservation.

Looking back to the future

#801 ( 25-31 March 2016 )
Nepalis have waited 200 years for a nation that they can once more be proud of.

The China Syndrome

#800 ( 18-24 March 2016 )
Prime Minister Oli’s main task is to restore China’s trust in Nepal’s future stability

Deconstruction authority

#799 ( 11-17 March 2016 )
The government should stop trying to be a control freak, and open up the space for earthquake survivors to easily rebuild their homes

Land of our daughters

#798 ( 4-10 March 2016 )
On the International Day of Women, we salute the millions of women across Nepal who will not have a holiday because they are too busy feeding and raising their families.


#797 ( 26 Feb - 3 Mar 2016 )
It is one of the supreme ironies of our times that a country endowed with such rich hydropower potential has to import dirty energy from a neighbouring country.

Our remit

#796 ( 19-25 February 2016 )
Until it is possible to create jobs for them at home, make it as easy as possible for Nepali migrant workers to earn more overseas.

Autopsy of a blockade

#795 ( 12-18 February 2016 )
The most important lesson for Nepal from this crisis is to massage Big Brother’s ego and keep him happy.

20 years wasted

#794 ( 5-11 February 2016 )
Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it.

Border control

#793 ( 29 Jan-4 Feb 2016 )
What is blocking the blockade from being lifted in Birganj?

Stop, think, then ink

#792 ( 22-28 January 2016 )
Protests about the shape and modality of federal provinces can go on, but not at the cost of further ruining the country

Stirred, not shaken

#791 ( 15-21 January 2016 )
On National Earthquake Safety Day, it is worth remembering that 25 April 2015 was not the Big One everyone had feared. That one is yet to come.
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