Stories By 'Naresh Koirala'
Dr Govinda KC reminds me of Socrates—the relentless critique of maleficence in the Athenian State. Socrates was, in words attributed to him in Plato’s Apology, a “gadfly” attached to the Athenian state. Unable to silence him, the Athenian authority charged him for corrupting the mind of the young and sentenced him to death by poisoning.
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Aung San Suu Kyi’s silence and evasiveness in regard to the Rohingya genocide denigrates her moral capital
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American democracy is “flawed”, Nepal’s is “hybrid”, concluded the Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU) report titled “Democracy Index 2016”.
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Nepali Congress' founding leaders set irreproachable standards of honesty and integrity. They inspired people and gained their trust. Their politics were value-driven. Public service was their primary credo.
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Article 30 (1) of the constitution guarantees every Nepali the right to live in a clean and healthy environment. Article 30(2) confers a right of compensation to anyone whose health is affected by environmental pollution or degradation.
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On March 15, the Parliamentary Committee on Development (PCD) took notice of the dismal progress in the design and construction of the country’s priority projects.
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