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Monthly Archives: April 2018

What Paradigms?

The past thirty years of India tilted Nepal policies will need both Nepal and India to correct. This would be as difficult for India at this micro-managed stage of Nepali fruition as it would be for K.P.Oli who is very much also a product of that micro-management. As much as …

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North Korea Halts Missile & Nuclear Tests

BY PRABASI NEPALI At a time when North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un is preparing for historic summits with the presidents of South Korea and the United States, the country’s state TV made the surprise announcement early last Saturday local time that North Korea will stop nuclear tests and launches of …

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In the Shadow of Bullycracy

BY P. KHAREL How long this sorry spectacle of state affairs, pray! Nepalis are experiencing distorted democracy because of self-serving leaders and cronies, shadowed by hangars-on keen on making money the quickest way by getting catapulted to positions of power and privilege without the required qualifications but only expression of …

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Indian Dalits protests

BY ROSHAN IN a shocking judgment the Supreme Court of India has eased the bars imposed in a special law [called The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities Act 1989 or the Atrocities Act)] that deals with the cases of persons accused of offenses against the members of …

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RAW: Background and Introduction

BY PROF DR SHASTRA DUTTA PANT Political scientist John Mearsheimer, in his book “The Tragedy of Great Power Politics”, says that when a state achieves the status of a regional hegemony, it strongly tries to prevent other states from achieving the same status and its exercise of power is perceived …

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CPEC-BRI and global survivability

BY YAWAR Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and its flagship project China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) have inherent global appeal. They have the potential to survive smoothly to unleash torrent of economic vibes to all recipient countries, even beyond them. At a time when protectionism and Brexit have been taking heavy …

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India: Asia’s radioactive elephant?

BY MUHAMMAD WASHINGTON deems Delhi as a responsible nuclear state (though it still remains out of the NPT) and advocates her membership of nuclear suppliers group while already easing its way through the Missile Technology Control Regime and Wassenaar Arrangement. This time, it was India’s Army Chief General Bipin Rawat …

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Xi-Modi meeting to show diplomatic wisdom of China, India

Chinese President Xi Jinping will have an informal meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 27-28 in the Central China city of Wuhan, foreign ministers of the two countries announced in Beijing on Sunday. Indian leaders attach importance to reciprocity in diplomacy. After visiting China in 2015, Modi …

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Ubraj Adhikari coming with musical album

By Our Reporter Very soon poet Ubraj Adhikari is appearing in the Nepali musical world with his album “Deuraliko Fool” [flower at the summit], compilation of six Nepali songs penned by him. This is his first step in the Nepali musical world. Out of six songs in the album, three …

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Ncell brings daily 1 hour free video streaming bonus

By Our Reporter Ncell Private Limited has launched a fresh set of internet packages, named Sahi data packs, under its new data scheme ‘Fuel Your Fun’, which enables customers to enjoy all time data service at more affordable rates. The new Sahi packs comes with 10 time more data volume …

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