Flying on empty

Privatisation is a must to steer NAC away from turbulence

Nov 19 2018

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House of the holy

When the Gorkha Earthquake struck in 2015, 11 monuments in the Durbar Square area—Kathmandu’s ancient royal palace complex interspersed with temples, idols, open courts, water fountains and more—were damaged or destroyed.

Nov 16 2018

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Citizens, not subjects

Criticising the government and expressing dissatisfaction is our right

Nov 15 2018

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A full plate

The prime minister must understand that he can’t be in charge of everything

Nov 14 2018

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Room for whom?

Public properties are owned by people, not by those at the helm of affairs

Nov 13 2018

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Not there yet

Although our political parties agreed to change the country’s unitary system of government to a federal system a decade ago, it was the 2015 Constitution that established it.

Nov 12 2018

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Let them in

Active representation of women in bureaucracy cannot be ignored anymore

Nov 08 2018

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Soggy sales

Stringent laws and implementation required to protect consumer rights

Nov 07 2018

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Expanding rail linkages has never been so important

Built almost a century ago, a number of narrow gauge railways connected Nepali towns with railheads across the border in India.

Nov 06 2018

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Meditate on that

The decision to take back the religious forest is welcome

Nov 02 2018

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Digital defence

Back in May, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli made a bold statement—the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) would go paperless within six months. Following on that promise, the Cabinet held its first digital meeting in July, providing ample photo-ops of ministers sitting in front of brand new MacBooks.

Nov 01 2018

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