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Corruption at its height

By D.M.Thapa There is no doubt times have changed a lot in Nepal. Some good things have happened, but comparatively more bad things are happening. Good things like democracy, though a chaotic one, has been established, there is a free market economy, banking facilities have reached far corners of the …

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Tribute to great poet Bhanubhakta

By Dirgha Raj Prasai Today, 29 Asar is the 204th memorial birthday of the great pioneer poet Bhanubhakta  Acharya. Bhanubhakta was born on 29th Asar 1871 B.S. at Chundi Ramgha of Tanahun district and died at the same place in 1925 B.S. Babubhaka translated the Ramayan  into Nepali and so …

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Land Mafias must be crushed

By D.M.Thapa Kathmandu used to be a peaceful place. The other parts of Nepal were more peaceful. But times have changed, land has become very dear even in remote villages, in Kathmandu it has become the best thing any person can own. As all facilities including the country’s only international …

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Increasing anti-China activities in Nepal

By Prem Sagar Poudel Nepal has maintained the policy that she would not allow any activities against its neighbouring countries. Furthermore, Nepal has maintained “One China Policy”. Has Nepal maintained these policies in practice, it is a burning question! Nancy Pelosi, Minority Leader of the US House of Representatives, when …

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By Dirgha Raj Prasai 23 Aasar (7 July) is the 71th auspicious Birthday of former King Gyanendra. On this day, thousands of people visit Nirmal Niwas, private residence of the former King, to extend Birthday wishes to their beloved King. Besides Kathmandu Valley, people from different parts of the country …

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Why the hurry?

By D.M. Thapa We have heard it more than thousands of times leaders of political parties saying it is impossible to hold any form of election during the monsoon period, specially the month of Asar (mid June and July), because the majority of the people will be engaged in planting …

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Will we again see a false dream?

By D.M.Thapa Let us not wait for one hundred days, the so called honeymoon period of the new government, before saying something about it. First of all like this author has mentioned time and again the new prime minister Sher Bahadur Deuba is inept and lacks political vision. The usual …

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Why silent about who did not hold local election?

By D.M.Thapa So Sher Bahadur Deuba has been elected prime minister again. Ironically, he became the prime minister not only through the proposal of former prime minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal, the same person on whose head Deuba had put a ransom, but also with Maoist support. This is politics and …

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China should identify friends and foes

By Prem Sagar Poudel There was the Panchayat System in Nepal at the time when New China was established. Panchayat System was a partyless system. It was very difficult to establish organization and develop relation with China in the public level during that time. Political parties were banned, and thus, …

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