Too hot to work
The COP28 Climate Summit in Dubai spotlights working conditions for Nepali migrant workers
Shaking things up
The Jajarkot earthquake could be a dress rehearsal for an even bigger disaster in the near future.
He came, he saw, he left
Visiting Nepal in the midst of the Gaza war and ahead of COP28, the UN Secretary General highlighted the twin dangers of climate and conflict
António Guterres' agenda in Kathmandu
The UN Secretary General arrives on a trip overshadowed by the Israel-Hamas war to address the unfinished business of Nepal’s own conflict.
Kosi now, Kathmandu next?
Will Pushpa Kamal Dahal keep his promise to hand over prime ministership to Sher Bahadur Deuba, or will he do an Oli?
Don’t fix what ain’t broke
The government’s proposal to auction tigers for hunting is another gross illustration of greed, incompetence and malgovernance
Cleaner air, longer lives
Air pollution is reducing the lifespan of Nepalis, and we know how to clean it up
Faith in tolerance
Diversity is the basis of our national unity. Freedom of religion also means respecting the faith of others.
Nepal gets Gold Medal for corruption
There is national consensus among politicians only when it comes to protecting each other from prosecution
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