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Will there be war between India and China?

By Our Reporter The military standoff between India and China is continuing at Doklam, near the Bhutan-China border. Although, there is a media war between the two countries, until now, both the sides have not opened fire against each other. India and China had fought a war in 1962 and …

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Pro-Indian stance expensive for NC and MC

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By Pushpa Raj Pradhan The Nepali Congress held its central working committee (CWC) meeting and the Maoist Center held its Party Secretariat meeting to evaluate the two respective party’s performance in the last local elections and to develop an election strategy for the third phase local level elections. In the …

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Don’t be puppets of parties or foreigners

By Yug Bahadur I have been in the media sector for a long, long time, more time than I care to remember. Initially I started with some small weekly newspapers then gradually I joined bigger organizations and sometimes I was so busy I had to edit five newspapers per week. …

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Constitutional dissatisfaction

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By PR Pardhan Yes, we all know that the present constitution, although drafted by the people’s representatives themselves, is full of controversies and many are dissatisfied with it. From the first day of promulgation of the constitution, dissatisfaction against it was witnessed in the streets. Many people sacrificed their lives …

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The People

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The divide between the state and its people is a wee bit too obvious for comfort. Politics which is being conducted in the name of the people is engrossed in sharing the political spoils. The people are aware of this. The media is aware of this too since the media …

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Gagan Thapa’s Enemies Within

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By P. Kharel Many in Kathmandu consider Gagan Thapa, of Nepali Congress, to be a “dynamic” leader. I personally am cautious in showering on him such kind unalloyed praise as yet. Over the past three decades, Nepalis have been witness to numerous “dynamic” leaders, who raised great hopes when out …

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‘Russia first’, American hero and boundary claims

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BY M.R. JOSSE GAITHERSBURG, MD: President Donald Trump’s ‘America First’ doctrine is roundly reviled in myriad political and academic circles but celebrated in many others. While debate and discussion on that policy mantra will probably continue for long, I believe some thoughts on the theme by Washington Post columnist Michael …

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In Loving Memory

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Late Maj.Gen.  Pradip Pratap Bom Malla, (retd.) [Photo] February  27, July 16, 2017 Pradip Pratap Bom Malla was born in Calcutta in 1951, the youngest of four siblings (three brothers, one sister). His father, Kumar Naresh Bahadur Bom Malla was the son of Chandra Bahadur Bom Malla, the  Raja of …

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Pyongyang threat revisited and turmoil in the Himalayas

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BY M.R. JOSSE GAITHERSBURG, MD: President Donald Trump is never beyond the spotlight – or out of the periphery of a perfect political storm, as suggested by the bagful of problems set off by the flap created by revelations of his eldest son Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with a Russian …

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