Stories By 'AVINASH GUPTA'
Till the early 2000s, the internet was a decentralised, anarchic and mostly unregulated platform.
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After months of speculations amid endless ‘agreements’ between the coalition partners, Nepal has seen yet another government change. The average term of a government appears to be shortening. While this is not in itself an appropriate measure of stability, it appears that the lust for power motivated by avarice drives Nepal’s political economy.
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The progress made in the wind energy sector in our neighbourhood is shown by the fact that China and India are the world’s first and fourth largest producers respectively.
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Rapid energy generation remains one of the most urgent tasks for Nepal as energy deficits at close to 1000 MW at peak hours leave thousands of households all around
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It is a tragedy that in an increasingly interconnected world, people from several hill districts—some of them major tourist hubs and relatively prosperous—rendered homeless by a massive earthquake and a series of nerve wrecking aftershocks, continue to languish in despair.
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