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Women and the welfare state

The second class treatment that women feel they are getting should be eliminated

KARTIKA YADAV, Sep 20 2018

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A village on the waiting line

The planned West Seti Hydropower Project set the village of Dhungad into an eternal state of limbo

DEEPAK THAPA, Sep 20 2018

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Strengthening small enterprises

To expect that the private sector can play a lead role in economic growth when SMEs are so ignored is a mirage

MADHUKAR SJB RANA, ATUL K THAKURSep 19 2018

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Follow in Chandannath’s footsteps

Hopefully more municipalities sensibly compete with each other to attract investment

PABAN RAJ PANDEY, Sep 19 2018

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Beyond the law

The rape and murder case of Nirmala Pant makes a mockery of the rule of law

Shreya Paudel, Sep 18 2018

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Stirring up a hornet’s nest

Oli has shown himself as a dreadful ‘queen’ hornet sitting at the centre of everything

ACHYUT WAGLE, Sep 18 2018

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Not only women’s business

Men need to take equal responsibility in family planning and contraceptive use

DEVIKA RAI, Sep 17 2018

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Focus on trade

BIMSTEC seems to have too many things on its plate which is slowing it down

BIJENDRA MAN SHAKYA, Sep 17 2018

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Art and Nepali times

The second edition of the Himalayan Art Festival showcases the creative prowess of today’s youth

Abhi Subedi, Sep 16 2018

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On your Marx

The inspiration BP drew from Marx with the central idea of socialism never changed

RAM CHANDRA POKHREL, Sep 16 2018

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The odd and lovely

Sea horses have fascinated humankind, but their illegal trade should stop now

MANEKA SANJAY GANDHI, Sep 16 2018

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Mum’s not the word

The usually voluble PM’s reticence pertaining to the Nirmala Pant case is unacceptable

AVASNA PANDEY, Sep 16 2018

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