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‘Democracy is not vulgarity, hypocrisy and falseness’

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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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Do or die alone can preserve our dignity and honour-II

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Q: Do you think the entire community of Nepalese youths wants to abandon the country? What is the reason? Ans: You can see by yourself and you also know what you want. Most of the youths with whom I have chance to interact becomes unhappy when I suggest them to …

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Do or die alone can preserve our dignity and honour: Madan Regmi

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“The world will need to go back to history of understanding them. The book, willy-nilly also vindicates what Spinoza said: “if a reputation is not preserved it dies.” The history has another lesson to offer: people who ignore their own security are doomed either to perish or to be subjugated. …

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The foreign hand in the agitation of 2006 is now all too public

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We have interviewed to political analyst Shrish S Rana on contemporary political issues. Excerpts of the interview as given below: Q. How have you observed the present political situation? A. It has been almost over a year since in my last interview with you I had said that the terai …

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Maoists became “Raoist”

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Prem Kaidi is an established name in the progressive student leadership and also in the left leaning journalism in Nepal. At the time when the political parties were banned and especially the left parties were underground, Kaidi was the hope for the underground leaders who could laude their voice in …

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Prem Kaidi is an established name in the progressive student leadership and also in the left leaning journalism in Nepal. At the time when the political parties were banned and especially the left parties were underground, Kaidi was the hope for the underground leaders who could laude their voice in …

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“We are not terrorist but fighting for our rights”

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Balram Poudyel, President, Bhutan people’s Party The Bhutan Peoples’ Party is a democratic socialist party, currently working in exile in Nepal. Founded on June 2, 1990 in West Bengal, it was the first political party in Bhutan. The Bhutan People’s Party was founded to represent the Bhutanese citizens of Nepalese …

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