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The Prithvi path for Nepal’s prosperity

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By PR Pradhan The leaders of major political parties had planted the plant of poison since they endorsed the 12-point agreement in New Delhi. Since then, the country has suffered a lot. The King restored parliament distributed citizenship certificates to 5.3 million Indians by amending the existing citizenship law. The …

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Think of Nepal first

By Prajwal Shrestha Just recently, an assembly on power was held in Kathmandu with the slogan “ten thousand MW electricity in 10 years”. Similar seminar with the same slogan was held earlier also but there was no progress at all. The slogan was given by considering construction of the mega …

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Heading towards bloody confrontation

By Our Political Analyst Now, it is almost clear that even if the constitution amendment proposal is tabled in the House, it cannot be endorsed as the government cannot manage necessary number to reach two-thirds majority. On moral ground, UML has already owned the battle and now UML is taking …

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Some incapable leaders become mad from former King’s statement

By Our Reporter Incapable political leaders have become mad from former king Gyanendra’s statement last week. The statement became the issue of debate in the cabinet meeting next day. NC leader and DPM and home minister BimalendraNidhi, in reaction to the former King’s statement, had remarked that the government should …

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Will Khasha pass be resumed?

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By Our Reporter The Chinese side is seeking the government’s commitment against use of Nepali soil by the anti-Chinese activists. According to a source in the Home Ministry, the Chinese side has expressed concern over the use of Tatopani route by the free-Tibet activists. Not to forget, in 2008, China …

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Businessman Deepak Malhotra bereaved of his mother

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By Our Reporter Noted businessman and a friend of People’s Review weekly, Deepak Malhotra has been bereaved of his mother RamkumariMalhotra, 87. Wife of late DevrajMalhotra, Ramkumaripassed away on Friday, 23 December evening while undergoing treatment at the hospital. Late RamkumariMalhotra has been survived by one son (Deepak Malhotra) and …

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Patriotism, nationalism and other political ideologies to build New Nepal

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By Shambhu Deo Patriotism contributes to nationalism. Nationalism is the most powerful ideology, which wins always against liberalism in their clashes. Liberalization, socialism, communism, democracy, republic, secularism, federalism for power and resource sharing are common ideologies and terms hitting political waves in Nepal. Nepal is prosperous in terms of patriotism, …

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New constitution is likely to become dysfunctional

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By Our Reporter Nepal’s new constitution is likely to become dysfunctional because of the anti-people provisions inserted into it. People have strongly opposed the provisions of republicanism, federalism and secularism, which were never their demands. It was evident from the protests launched by the people against the constitution amendment bill …

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How safe is the court?

By Our Reporter Courts are to give justice and protection to the people. But in Nepal even the courts are now not free from the vandals and violence. It was evident from the incident in which suspended chairman of the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority Lok Man …

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Former King’s statement scares PM, encourages patriotic forces

By Our Reporter Former King Gyanendra’s statement, which he issued on December 21 stating that Nepal’s national unity is under attack and its people must act to save it, has stirred up a hornets’ nest in the political circle of the country. Unlike in the past, the former King did …

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