Stories By 'AMISH RAJ MULMI'
On 25 March 1968, at 8.15 pm, residents of Batulechaur in Pokhara, on the way to Mahendra Gufa, witnessed an unusual phenomenon. ‘A blazing object, flashing intermittently, accompanied by big thunder sound disintegrated over Kaski region.’
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The irony is unmissable. For the BJP, the cow is now a millstone around its neck
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The visuals are surreal. A man hangs upside down from a flimsy rope as he crosses a raging torrent with alacrity and insouciance.
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If we continue to imagine our culture as unchanging, we will remain entombed in imagined hierarchies
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For the periphery to develop, the centre must not hold
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Limi valley is full of ironies and opportunities where its biggest potential lies in tapping the Chinese market
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