Stories By 'Pramod Mishra'
While watching a Hindi TV series, Razia Sultan, on Netflix, one of the things that struck me the most was the similarity between the courtly vocabulary used in the series and many of the words used in legal, official and aristocratic or aspirational Nepali.
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Modern Nepal has been paradoxical in its approach to learning and education. This paradox became evident when the revolutionary of yesteryears, Pushpa Kamal Dahal, warned his cadres against Aahuti and Baburam’s learning.
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The #MeToo movement has turned into a revolution in the United States, and its repercussions are being felt all over the world.
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In my last column, I had thrown some water on the firework of the Maoists and the CPN-UML after they won a majority in the federal and provincial elections.
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The victory of the left alliance in the recently held federal parliament and provincial assembly elections has made constitution-loving Nepalis feel that the end of history has arrived. Francis Fukuyama had written in an essay in 1989;
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This column will appear on the day of the second and last phase of parliamentary and provincial elections in Nepal.
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