Stories By 'ABHI SUBEDI'
Nagarkot hill was buffeted by freezing minuscule hurricanes in the last afternoon of the year 1999.
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Dr KC seeks to tear through the conundrum of self-serving political elites in government
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Choosing the title of a famous American fiction for this short essay has metaphorical significance.
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I have met and worked with literary writers of South Asia over the decades. I have seen their efforts to develop what I would call literary camaraderie among themselves.
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We are inundated with symbols these days because the second phase of the local elections has transformed political sloganeering into symbolic acts. The election times play with the symbols, either by generating new ones or by giving continuity to some established ones.
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In a friendly confrontation with a group of architects the other day, I asked a question: ‘Is architecture dead in the sense that you were all advocating it until a few years ago?’ The answer came as if in a chorus—’no, it is not.’
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