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Present political scenario looks gloomy: Prof. Ram Kumar Panday

Prof. Ram Kumar Panday is a renowned scholar widely recognized in the country and abroad for his academic works. Emeritus Professor in the Tribhuvan University, he has written about 100 books, out of them, half is in English language. He is the president of PEN International Nepal, Traditional Poetry Writer’s …

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Revolution has not concluded for many a politician: Shrish S. Rana

We had put forward some questions to political analyst Shrish Shumsher Rana on contemporary Nepali politics. Excerpts of the remarks by Rana as given below: Q. You have been advocating the restoration of the 1990 constitution. Can your dream come true when those political parties carrying the belief of restoration …

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History has lessons from tariff war

Five years after Rana Mitter (Mitter), professor of the history and politics of modern China at Oxford University, published his book Forgotten Ally: China’s World War II 1937-1945, he admitted receiving good reviews and believed that the West is slowly beginning to realize that China’s role in WWII was important …

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Nepal can be a bridge between China and India

Nepali Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli (Oli) is visiting China from June 19 to 24, his first to China after re-election in February. What’s his take on the cooperation between China and Nepal? What does he think of Nepal’s relations with China and India? Global Times (GT) correspondent Chen Jianyang …

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Drugs abuse serious threat for present civilization

Basanta Raj Kunwar, Chairman, Narconon Nepal Recently Basanta Raj Kunwar was decorated with the most prestigious international award, Alexandra Nevraski Medal by Russia. Kunwar is the only person in Nepal who has received such a prestigious international decoration. A documentary on the work of former Nepal Police SSP Kunwar was …

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‘Democracy is not vulgarity, hypocrisy and falseness’

Gopal Thapalia Editor Chalfal Vernacular Weekly Gopal Thapaliya, editor and publisher, Chhalphal vernacular weekly, is ill for a long time. At the time when the CPN ML (now UML) was underground, Chhalphal was the mouthpiece of the party. Thapaliya, being a Communist, had to suffer hard and he had been …

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