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#839 ( 30 Dec 2016 - 5 Jan 2017 )
2015 was a year of disasters. 2016 was a year of lost opportunities. What will 2017 bring?
#838 ( 23-29 December 2016 )
Individual Nepalis who have shown through dedication and determination
that it is possible to build a better future for this country.
#837 ( 16-22 December 2016 )
Separating hills and plains may lead to violence, keeping hills and plains together may also lead to violence.
#836 ( 9-15 December 2016 )
If it was any other product, load-shedding of electricity would have been called what it is: black-marketing.
#835 ( 2-8 December 2016 )
‘Government by the most incompetent elements of society’
#834 ( 25 Nov - 1 Dec 2016 )
Nepal’s politics is sliding towards the edge of the cliff, and there isn’t much
time left to meet the deadline for an elected Federal Parliament.
#833 ( 18-24 November 2016 )
The emperor doesn’t like it when we point out that he is naked.
#832 ( 11-17 November 2016 )
Nepal’s rulers still swing from one extreme to another: either needling neighbours needlessly or kowtowing to them
#831 ( 28 Oct - 3 Nov 2016 )
It may be better to scrap the CIAA since it is prone to being hijacked by politicians for vendetta
#830 ( 21-27 October 2016 )
If Nepal doesn't set its politics right it will continue to be treated as a footnote to history
#829 ( 7-13 October 2016 )
Nepalis face an epidemic of post-traumatic stress and sleep deprivation as the country copes with the aftermath of the earthquake and is tangled in endless turmoil
#828 ( 30 Sep - 6 Oct 2016 )
Govinda KC is once more using hunger to strike at the heart of the
mafia that runs this country’s medical industrial complex.
#827 ( 23-29 September 2016 )
On the first anniversary of the seventh constitution in seven decades, Nepal is stuck again.
#826 ( 16-22 September 2016 )
Prime Minister Dahal said before his India visit he had the right ‘chemistry’ with Narendra Modi. But it may be the ‘physics’ he needs to get right this time.
#825 ( 9-15 September 2016 )
With former enemies now in the governing coalition, it is up to civil society and the media to remember not to forget wartime atrocities
#824 ( 2-8 September 2016 )
The Tij fast by Nepali women could also be considered a one-day hunger strike against male dominance in our politics and society
#823 ( 26 Aug - 1 Sep 2016 )
The bloodbath on Nepal’s highways is a direct result of Kathmandu’s syndicated politics
#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.
#821 ( 12-18 August 2016 )
The problem is not the democratic system, but the people who abuse it.
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#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.
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