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Intelligence and Nepal scenario

BY PROF DR. SHASTRA DUTTA PANT Even today each country consists of an intelligence agency asa government Department. However, the dealing of such agency is entirely different, the more immoral, the more terroristic and the more inhuman. The institution collects, analyzes and exploits valuable information. It is supposed to protect …

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If China wants to help Nepal then why not?

BY N.P. UPADHYAYA The sudden arrival of the Pakistan Prime Minister Abbasi to Nepal on a formal visit and the kind of reception and welcome he was accorded while being in Kathmandu has almost broke the vertebral column of the Indian regime to the extent that someone called Arun Bajpayi, …

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Myth drives the truth

BY PROF. DR. SHASTRA DUTTA PANT I realized that the making others understand the truth is difficult job. Applying an innovative, new and dynamic idea, however excellent, is not easily accepted, the authorities concerned do not understood. It is very difficult to translate the society like ours. I started a …

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More powerful than the king

BY YUBARAJ GHIMIRE Nepal’s Supreme Court witnessed bizarre scenes last week. A senior judge gave a statement declaring that the Chief Justice Gopal Prasad Parajuli had attained superannuation on the grounds of age, seven months ago. A day after the statement, eight judges refused to hold the bench in solidarity …

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Nepal seeks harmony, not hegemony, from its neighbors

BY NARAYAN ADHIKARI In Nepal, a country that is moving toward political stability, Bidya Devi Bhandari on Tuesday was re-elected president for a second term. On October 28, 2015, Bhandari was elected as the first female president of Nepal, as a candidate from the left alliance. Very soon, the country …

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Monkeys’ trouble in Pashupati Area

By Bishwanath Rijal Shankar Prasad Acharya who lives near Bhandarkhal jungle in Pashupati Developmental Area remembers his 20-30 years past living experiences and says, it was the day when people used to sit, take rest, keep peanut, orange, dry fruit, and stay for sun bath around their house and floor …

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Immigration policy dynamics of the US

BY KAPIL KARKI Policy, Diaspora, and immigration: The United States addressed the issue of migration with different policies in different time space. According to the Naturalization Act of (1790) prohibited naturalization of non-white subjects. But the case with the Irish Diaspora was different. Apparently they were white, but their whiteness …

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Shifting dynamics: Pak-Nepal ties

BY MUHAMMAD ASIF The geo-strategic significance of any state has remained a key factor in shaping foreign relations and partnerships in the contemporary world order. One of the common denominators between Nepal and Pakistan relations is their commonality of having dependency on regional and international actors based on their geostrategic …

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Why do People Fear of RAW?

BY PROF. DR. SHASTRA DATTA PANT People of Nepal started knowing about RAW after the political change of 1990. The negative acts of RAW stated here are only the representative examples. RAW started handling micro management after Maoist in power. Even appointment, transfer and promotions of the important posts were …

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Neocolonial path to “power”

BY RATNA SANSAR SHRESTHA, FCA Portugal is the first country that established colonies in modern history (in 15th century), followed by Spain, France, England, Netherland, etc. Even today there are 61 colonies, including Puerto Rico (US colony). Strangely, in the latest plebiscite held on June 11, 2017, only 1.5% Puerto …

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