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South Asian countries miffed by Indian hegemony

By Kiran: RECENTLY, the Economic Times quoting Chinese state media stated: “The Maldives asking India to take back its military helicopters and personnel deployed there reflects the country’s increasing desire to rid itself of the excessive Indian influence.” Global Times also in its editorial highlighted Indian anxieties with regard to …

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Journey towards unknown destination

BY SHAMBHU RAM JOSHI Political stability and rapid economic progress are the present destinations for Nepal. The country having centuries old history in the globe, had enjoyed its golden days in the past. Today, both its glorious history and geography are at risk. The dreams of the heroes, martyrs and …

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BRI is the economic revolutionary design for region

By Muhammad THE Chinese government calls the Belt and Road initiative “a bid to enhance regional connectivity and embrace a brighter future”. Others see it as a push by China to take a larger role in global affairs with a China-centered trading network.In concrete terms, the Belt and Road initiative …

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Political parties should have courage

BY SHAMBHU RAM JOSHI Now it has been proved to be wrong that abolition of monarchial system was the panacea the evils and achieve better results in the country. Nearly thirty years’ practice of multiparty democratic (including republican) system in our country has proved that the driver of the country …

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Japan moves closer to SAARC

By Muhammad Kathmandu, 10 August: South Asia is an important region for world powers due to its geo-strategic and geo-economics location. It consists of seven countries, and has two important nuclear countries; Pakistan and India. The regional countries have formed the South Asia Association for Regional Cooperation SAARC. Japan also …

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How can BIMSTEC be made more effective and sustainable

BY DR RAJENDRA B. SHRESTHA The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) is a regional organization comprising seven Member States lying in the littoral and adjacent areas of the Bay of Bengal constituting a contiguous regional unity. This regional organization came into being on June …

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If the goal of prosperous Nepal and happy Nepaliis to be achieved

By Dr. Rajendra B. Shrestha Government’s Performance KP Oli led majority government has been in place for the past 5 months. By any international practice, it is still early to assess its performance against its election manifesto and make a judgement on whether it has been successful or not. It …

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Prospective of ecotourism in Nepal

BY ASMITA PANDEY Ecotourism is the form of tourism that involves the nature-based travelling in undisturbed and untouched remote places. The main focus of ecotourism is in those areas which are rich in natural beauty, biodiversity and cultural heritage. Due to the presence of massive mountains, rolling hills, abundant vegetation, …

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Will India revise its course on Nepal?

BY DR. RAJU CHITRAKAR When Nepal is in a hard time, India cannot remain unaffected. India seems to ignore this bitter reality. Nepal’s Vedic cultural values are under attack. All the institutions including education and judiciary are under the control of power. Corruption is rampant. Remittance based economy is running …

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