Saturday , March 24 2018

Readers Forum

Takeaways from Trump’s maiden overseas trip

MR josse

By MR Josse GAITHERSBURG, MD: Launching this new column from the United States, following a month’s hiatus since putting my Kathmandu-datelined ‘Geopolitically Speaking’ column permanently to rest, I believe it appropriate to focus on American President Donald J. Trump’s maiden 9-day diplomatic foray. Trump has returned home to a house …

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Sir, I, a SEE attended student, who istemporally staying in Kathmandu,would like to draw the attention of all the readers through your Weekly. I am writing to express my concern over the government’s plan toprovide Kathmandu with Melamchi Drinking Water. I know this a very essential project, but right now …

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Too many cooks spoil the broth

The present political situation is the experiment of the political leaders. The inexperienced and ambitious leaders have made the worse broth cooked by many cooks to the nation.The ambition of PushpakamalDahalwho is not able to manage even his own family has driven the country to this situation. Tarai leaders want …

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Trump’s policy has reflected towards him

Sir, Christopher Columbus did not discover the Americas, nor was he even the first European to visit the “New World.” (Viking explorers had sailed to Greenland and Newfoundland in the 11th century.) However, his journey kicked off centuries of exploration and exploitation on the American continents. The consequences of his …

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Open Letter to the President of India

Dear P. Muykerjee jee  Sorry Mr. president, I neither welcome you in my country nor I am happy on the various illegitimate and unfriendly activities that your governments are habituated to undertake exposing their bullying characteristics. I also do feel that until you reply back following queries no true Nepali …

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The Bhutanese refugees

Sir, It is heartening that the USA’s Assistant Secretary of State Nisha Biswal is now engaged for the final resolution of the long-festering Bhutanese refugees problem in Nepal and that foreign minister Prakash Sharan Mahat has been categorical that Bhutan must take its citizens back (The Kathmandu Post, page one, …

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How about Nepali Maoists?

Nepal’s Maoists have disgraced Chairman Mao by their corrupt and disgusting revolution. They have proved that Marxism and Leninism is good in theory only and not in practice. The fall of Soviet Union and its domino effect, one after another, and all over the communist world clearly shows that communism …

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Declaring Nepal secular was not a legitimate act


As a person of Nepali origin, I found interesting the idea of Tilak Shrestha on Hindu Rastra Nepal. I fully agree with Shrestha that declaring Nepal secular was not a legitimate act, it was imposed without democratic procedures and with no mandate from the Nepali people. In fact, the secularism …

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