Stories By 'Sujeev Shakya'
It is always great to get out of Kathmandu Valley. The Dabali is an open space initiative from Jiwan Kshetry and Indra Dhoj Kshetri with a well-stocked library opened just two months back in Chitwan. Over the weekend, it was wonderful to interact with minds that are not stuck in what has gone wrong but what can be done right as I discussed my book Arthat Arthatantra with the audience.
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In the recently concluded Regional Policy Dialogue of the Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal and Myanmar (BBIN M) Motor Vehicle Agreement held in New Delhi, I had a very simple statement to make as the Nepali partner. India is in the middle of the acronym BBINM and is represented by the letter “I”. But it must not be confined by this “I” and it must not be remain anchored within its internal workings, it must instead keep an “eye” on what is happening in its regional neighbourhood.
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Kathmandu is abuzz with discussions on the National Integrity Policy proposed by the government. Like any other government policy inherited through the autocratic monarchy, the documents have been kept secret and no provisions have been provided for public discourse.
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In the US, discussions across companies are being driven not by which marketto focus on next or how to raise money for companies, but by how to managethe talent that is required in organisations.
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The third Himalayan Consensus Summit brought together 75 speakers from around the world who elaborated on a variety of issues that impact those who live in the Himalayan region and make up one third of humanity.
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Thirty years ago, on March 12 1988, at a game of football that was being held between Janakpur Cigarette Factory and Liberation Army, Bangladesh at the Dasarath Stadium, all hell broke loose as a hail storm sent people fleeing.
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