Stories By 'SHREYA PAUDEL'
On a chilly October evening, following a day of arduous trekking, we reached a popular hotel in the famous tourist hub of Ghandruk. The snow-clad mountains were barely visible as the sun had already set beyond the western horizon.
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As a kid growing up in the 90s, I was fortunate enough to have caught Muna and Sunkeshra—two children’s Nepali-language magazines—at the tail-end of their heydays.
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Following a year of tenuous peace, what happened this week in Maleth, Saptari threatens to stall the country’s already beleaguered political process.
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According to the Hindu epic Ramayana, a Brahmin’s son dies at a young age in the Satya Yuga—the age of truth—when people were supposed to live long, fulfilled lives.
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My father is an old-timer Marxist who was active in the fight against the Panchayat regime from 1979 to 1990.
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During his rousing speech at the Parliament this week, Health Minister Gagan Thapa tried to allay the fears of those wary that the impeachment motion against the suspended CIAA chief Lokman Singh Karki would once again break the unity among parties and sideline the constitutional amendment process by asking MPs to introspect on whether the house was indeed ever united. He went on to propose that the impeachment proceedings, rather than distract, would offer the opportunity to bring about a new form of unity; that the motion would not affect the constitutional amendment process.
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