Stories By 'Amish Mulmi'
And so, five years after Narendra Modi stormed his way into parliament, the Indian voter has come full circle, once again ready to exercise her choice in what could be an even more landmark election than in 2014.
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The day after Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was hanged by the Zia government on 4th April 1979, the New York Times reported that Pakistani officials were bracing for protests.
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For a Nepali columnist, there are some weeks that bring such a glut of news stories that a writer approaches their writing space with a certain glee in their mind. ‘So much to write about,’ they rub their palms and think. This past week was one such week.
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There is an unintended paradox in Nepal’s basic position of equidistant foreign policy. Whatever Kathmandu’s position on its relationships with our two neighbours, the interactions of those who live on our borders will remain constant.
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In keeping with his times, the classical German philosopher Hegel neatly slotted the essence of China and India in a binary:
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The Victoria Cross citation reads, ‘At Taungdaw, in Burma, on the west bank of the Irrawaddy, on the night of 12th/13th May, 1945, Rifleman Lachhiman Gurung was manning the most forward post of his platoon.
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