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Morale of our political leaders

The environment minister of Mexico tendered her resignation on moral grounds stating that people had to suffer for half an hour after the delay of the air-flights because of her. Will our ministers and high-level dignitaries try to learn any lesson from her?

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They were not citizens?

Home Minister Rambahadur Thapa, addressing the Federal Parliament said that those who died in bomb explosions on Sunday were not citizens. Weren’t they Nepali citizens? To recall, when the then vice chairman of the cabinet led by King Gyanendra, late Dr Tulsi Giri had requested the King to give him …

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Hiding in their own shame

Soon after the deadly bomb blasts in Kathmandu, Pushpa Kamal Dahal who led the then underground Maoists, said the Biplav group, which was close to him cannot come to power by exploding bombs and threats of violence. With which face can he say this when he himself hid in India …

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At what status?

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is scheduled to travel to New Delhi today to take part in the oath taking ceremony of newly elected Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Modi has invited the heads of state and government of all the BIMSTEC member countries. Nepal is the member state of …

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Prachanda and Buddha

The other day, CPN co-chair Pushpakamal Dahal “Prachanda” said that he may follow Lord Buddha’s path or say he has wished to become A Buddhist and eventually a new Buddha. Nepali history blames Prachanda for being responsible for killing above 17 thousand innocent Nepalis. The Western community is seeking action …

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Sattyamohan Joshi’s secret

Man of the Century Sattyamohan Joshi observed his 100th birth day last week. He informed the secret of his long life that every evening he consumes alcohol. Joshi said that he has not taken any medicines. However, he had to go to the doctor once when he suffered from pneumonia. …

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Only middlemen at fault?

A couple of weeks back there was a hue and cry in the so-called free media about how the land mafia are stealing land belonging to the government and also individuals. For example constant reminders were made and are still being made about the lad stolen above the small Tukucha …

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Western double standards

Sometimes this sector or that is in great deal of turmoil, if the Western nations who give a lot of funds to some NGOs and individuals want certain issues to be raised. Now it is the turn of the media in Nepal. Nepalese journalists who are highly partisan are going …

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Nation of slogans

Nepal has been used as a nation of slogans by none other than their own political leaders. Even during the King’s rule, there was a wily politician who struck a nice sounding slogan saying he will bring in more than 500 thousands tourists here when there was no infrastructure to …

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Bidya Bhandari’s government

The country has already been declared as a “loktnatra” and the constitution has stated the people as the sovereign power. Even though, for the first time after the introduction of this “loktantra”, President Bidya Devi Bhandari, time and again, repeated the word, “my government”. It sounded very odd not only …

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