Stories By 'ABHINAWA DEVKOTA'
Despite having close cultural, social and economic ties spanning millennia, countries in South Asia seem to be embroiled in a never-ending display of confusion, suspicion, misconception and a lack of understanding about each other and specially about India.
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We are yet to see if the recent local elections bring about the much-desired change. But even as the first round has ended, it has allowed us to gauge the mood of the country. And it has left us with a few valuable lessons, too.
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Democracy gives people the right to choose their leaders. But no system, not even a democratic one, is better than those leading it
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We are raising a new Nepal from the ashes and bones of our dead, young people. If you don’t believe in what I am saying, go and see the layers of the country’s newly-built foundation.
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The debate on ethnic federalism makes for an interesting topic for several reasons. It talks about divesting some state power and granting them to smaller entities;
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Quietly flow the rivers, soundly sleeps Kathmandu. Summer drums its chest with raindrops.
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