Home / Articles

Articles

The power of dialogue

By Xinhua writer Shi Xiaomeng BEIJING, May 15 (Xinhua) — More than 1,300 years ago, Chinese Buddhist monk Xuanzang traveled thousands of miles to the revered Indian monastery of Nalanda, where he studied Buddhism for five years under the guidance of Abbot Silabhadra. The two legendary Buddhist masters’ interactions were …

Read More »

Spice of Life

By P. Kharel Madan Bhandari recalled May 17 marks the day when the then CPN (UML) general-secretary Madan Bhandari was killed in a motor accident under highly questionable circumstances. Foul play was widely suspected and all sorts of rumours circulated, especially after Bhandari’s own party asked or high level investigation. …

Read More »

Dahal threatens to take over Province No. 2

BY DR. S. CHANDRASEKHARAN Pushpakamal Dahal the co-chairman of the ruling party, the Nepal Communist Party in one of his meetings declared that his party could form a government in Province No. 2 any day if it wanted but has refrained from doing so. He alleged that corruption cases in …

Read More »

Nepal’s failed foreign policy: Aversion is quite possible

BY BISHAL SHAH Fundamentals: Question arises whether the foreign policy of a nation is the practical subject that has to be put into action and achieve what is an utmost necessary for the nation or a subject of compiling theories and just to make hollow verbatim upon the compiled theories …

Read More »

Spice of Life

By P. Kharel Race for messages Whenever some event or issue comes up to celebrate or condole, political leaders run out of breath in their race for ensuring that that they are not out of step in discharging their arrogated duties. They scramble at the slightest opportunity for the prospective …

Read More »

Present political scenario looks gloomy: Prof. Ram Kumar Panday

Prof. Ram Kumar Panday is a renowned scholar widely recognized in the country and abroad for his academic works. Emeritus Professor in the Tribhuvan University, he has written about 100 books, out of them, half is in English language. He is the president of PEN International Nepal, Traditional Poetry Writer’s …

Read More »

Spice of Life

By P. Kharel Royal memories Japan’s outgoing Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko will voluntarily retire from public life and state duties at the end of this month. The royal couple wants a quiet and completely retired life, away from the worries of state duties and expectant crowds it served since …

Read More »