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Yemen: Unprecedented Humanitarian Crisis

By Prabasi Nepali The civil war between the North and South in Yemen rages on and now even a cholera epidemic has broken out ravaging the war-torn country. Over the past two years, more than 10,000 people have been killed and three million displaced amid the Saudi-led coalition’s relentless air …

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Rot Digs In Too Deep

By P. Kharel In an incriminating report presented by a probe committee on August 8, officials at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs are found involved in activity that spawn human trafficking in Gulf countries. An on-site report of the sub-committee formed by the International Relations and Labour Committee of the …

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The US’s longest war and divisiveness in America

BY M.R. JOSSE NEW YORK, NY: Last week, I briefly referred to American President Donald Trump’s recent resolution to soldier on in Afghanistan, where the US has been enmeshed in a deadly conflict. That began shortly after al-Qaida’s September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on America, hatched in that country. LONGEST …

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Koshi River sorrow of Nepal

When I was a high school student, an important question we had to tackle was why the Koshi River was a sorrow for Bihar. Decades later, the perception has been totally changed as Koshi River has become a sorrow for Nepal. After construction of embankments near the Koshi River by …

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Indian Dams Causing Death & Destruction Through Floods

By Prabasi Nepali Indian Dams & Embankments Causing Death & Destruction through Floods India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi called Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba last Friday and expressed deep grief over the loss of life and property due to recent floods and landslides. Modi also pledged to provide Rs 250 …

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Dubious Deal Doesn’t Deliver

By P. Kharel Pushpa Kamal Dahal, in his abrupt second innings as prime minister, was doomed to fail by the course he took to secure power. Eventually, he proved to be a pathetic cropper. This was amply indicated by the manner in which his own Maoist Centre members, at their …

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India: heed geo-political realities, eschew recklessness

BY M.R. JOSSE GAITHERSBURG, MD: Though the past week has been a most eventful and dramatic one here in America – and a tragic period in Barcelona, Spain – this column will deal with matters closer to home, especially as one feels that not enough in-depth attention has been focused …

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Writer: Meera Rajbhandari Amatya The author Meera Rajbhandari Amatya wrote this research based work as her M.Phil dissertation entitled “Status of press freedom in Nepal after comprehensive peace accord and an analysis on the situation of indigenous journalists.” Her research work was published by national foundation for development of indigenous …

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Unfortunate Nepalis!

By PR Pradhan We know that during every rainy season, there are floods/landslides and we witness casualties of the people. As expected, this year also, we witnessed the deaths of hundreds of Nepali citizens in both the hill and Tarai areas due to the landslides and floods. When the local …

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Sino-Indian Border Confrontation: National Security Threat to Nepal?

By Prabasi Nepali Sino-Indian Doklam Standoff:  National Security Threat to Nepal? Media reports persist in referring to the Sino-Indian border standoff in the “trilateral” “Doklam Plateau” in the “Sikkim Sector”. The border dispute is not “trilateral” and is nowhere in the so-called “Sikkim Sector”. It is squarely situated in the …

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