Oped

Fast-track the amendment

The unification of the six constituents of the United Democratic Madhesi Front into a new party, the Rastriya Janata Party, has got hopes up in Madhes.

Dipendra Jha, Apr 24 2017

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The shells of Ncell

TeliaSonera’s tax evasion took place despite the integrity pact for ethical business practices signed between Transparency International’s local chapter and Ncell.

Narayan Manandhar, Apr 23 2017

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Tryst with mighty Mekong

A recent trip to Cambodia was fun and enriching in many ways

SOM P PUDASAINI, Apr 23 2017

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A social syndrome

I am not a mother and I do not write this article from personal experience; however, the way a woman’s lives and choices are shaped by their work-life balance after childbirth makes me uncomfortable.

ANJAM SINGH, Apr 23 2017

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What banks need to become

The Nepali banking industry has come far since the first three foreign banks entered our small, largely untapped economy three decades ago.

SUMAN JOSHI, Apr 23 2017

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Mother of all evils

Nuclear bombs may kill millions of people, but they cannot kill ideologies and concepts

Shyam Kc, Apr 21 2017

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Women’s voices enrich public life

Building strong gender equal communities requires every individual citizen to stand firmly in the political landscape

Valerie julliand, ALAINA B TEPLITZ, MASHFEE BINTE SHAMS, RENSJE TEERINK, W SWARNALATHA PEREIRA, INGRID DAHL-MADSENApr 21 2017

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Right person, right job

As Nepal moves to implement federalism, civil service reform has become crucial

Sachchi Ghimire Karki, Apr 21 2017

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Talking is easy

The greatest challenge in the health sector is making services available nationwide

Kahar Singh Khadka, Apr 20 2017

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Much ado about nothing

The only positive spin to the whole debacle was that it showed the govt was responsive to adverse public opinion

Deepak Thapa, Apr 20 2017

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For a new partnership

A few weeks ago, a photograph from Saptari summed up Nepal’s social reality. The stark image showed hundreds of Madhesi youths lining up to enlist in the temporary security apparatus for local elections.

Ajaya Bhadra Khanal, Apr 19 2017

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