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“We are not terrorist but fighting for our rights”


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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Election is a criminal activity: Jitendra Narayan Dev

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Jitendra Narayan Dev Member of the parliament and leader of the Madhesi Janadhikar Forum Loktantrik. Q: You are in the government whereas other Tarai based parties are in agitation. You claim that the constitution was promulgated with a two thirds majority. Then why are the other Tarai based parties continuing …

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Constitution cannot be implemented


Advocate Jagdish Dahal had come to Kathmandu from a village in Sankhuwasawa for his education. Dahal has been teaching in various collages in Kathmandu after receiving his degree in constitutional politics. Since the last two decades he has been practicing law at the Supreme Court. He is also working as …

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Belt and Road projects shouldn’t be loss-leaders


By Huang Rihan – The latest flip-flop in a Chinese-Thai rail project has raised new questions about China’s massive investment in Southeast Asia, a crucial link in its whole chain of “Belt and Road” initiative. Halted by the Thai side over disagreement on some details, the landmark project is stuck …

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