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Trump, don’t blow your own trumpet

BY DHANA CHANDRA SHRESTHA We all know the United States of America is the most powerful state in the world. It has a huge nuclear armament, it has a huge economy and it has a huge army. It is also true that many American soldiers have contributed greatly in fighting …

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Migrants are termites in democratic India

By M Roshan: DEMOCRACY is a form of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly through a system of representation usually involving periodically held free elections. The meaning and practical implementations of real form of democracy has rewritten as …

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Brits, take care of your island nation first

By Khagen Shrestha: The name Great Britain already suggests how great this country was in the days gone by. From America to South America and many Asian nations, including India, it had all of them under control for a long, long time. But it is now a mere small country …

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Nepal’s growing market for Bangladeshi goods

By Ibrahim Hossain Ovi Nepal, an import dependent neighbour, has emerged as a potential export destination for Bangladeshi products especially pharmaceuticals, consumers goods and electronics items. Stakeholders and exporters think simplification of the export process and reducing tax burdens can boost trade with the Himalayan country. According to Export Promotion …

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Indian hegemonic policy in South Asia

By: M Roshan: THE recent letter addressed to the Indian Prime Minister by his Pakistani counterpart has yielded nothing for wooing Indian orthodoxy to hold bilateral talks. These were scheduled on the eve of the 73rd United Nations General Assembly session for respective foreign ministers’. The Indian External Affairs Ministry …

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BRI’s CPEC: an eco-civilization concept of china

By M Roshan: China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is an ongoing mega development project that aims to connect Gwadar port of Pakistan to China’s northwestern region of Xinjiang via a network of highways, railways and pipelines. The economic corridor is considered central to China-Pakistan relations and is stretched over 2700 km …

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Human skin: A new business in India

By Anil Tiwari: The display of the chopped head and skin of defeated enemies has a long history. Mongols made wine cups from the human skull of their enemies and dissidents. The Assyrians would leave the human skin to tan on their city walls to terrorize their potential opponents. After …

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Nepal performing weak diplomacy

BY SHAMBHU RAM JOSHI Considering Nepal’s geo-political situation, the country had adopted non-aligned foreign policy, although, the present leaders seem to have neglected it. In the past, due to our outstanding diplomacy, Nepal’s significance in the international arena was projected successfully. The country was able to maintain cordial relations with …

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