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Complement, not replace

To let FDI cause promising industries to die on the vine is not prudent

PABAN RAJ PANDEY, Mar 25 2019

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Stagnant capitalism

Today, a long decade after the 2008 global financial crisis, this touching faith once again lies in tatters as capitalism’s natural tendency toward stagnation reasserts itself. The rise of the racist right, the fragmentation of the political centre, and mounting geopolitical tensions are mere symptoms of capitalism’s miasma.

YANIS VAROUFAKIS, Mar 25 2019

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Reversal of democratic thrust

After Dahal was forced to step down, the subsequent governments sought to contain ‘anarchy, insecurity and impunity’ spread by the Maoists as well as democratise and professionalise the security forces that had once backed the monarchy. T

Ajaya Bhadra Khanal, Mar 25 2019

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Sweet home Nepal

I saw my future here in the US, and I never thought a kidney would pull me back

ARYA DAHAL, Mar 24 2019

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The shape of things to come

Grocery stores will stock food cartridges which you fit into a 3D printer to print food

ARUN GC, Mar 24 2019

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Campaign against casteism

Reframing the narrative around caste-based discrimination warrants a different outlook

RAJENDRA SENCHUREY, Mar 24 2019

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Parks and recreation

The government needs to pay serious attention to the public parks and urban landscaping

Umed Pun, Mar 24 2019

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Pillars of road safety

The number of road fatalities in Nepal is increasing alarmingly despite an action plan

SHUBHECHCHHA BHATTA, Mar 22 2019

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The girl with the signboard

Greta, a young climate activist has sparked schools strikes globally against a changing climate

TSEWANG NURU SHERPA, Mar 22 2019

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If you defend unequal citizenship rights, you are plain insecure

The defence of unequal citizenship rights is a defence of the Khas-Arya man’s status, and not a question of state sovereignty.

Amish Raj Mulmi, Mar 22 2019

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India and the Pacific Region

With rising new Asian powers like India and China, the balance of power in world politics is shifting dramatically

LOK RAJ BARAL, Mar 21 2019

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Rebels without a cause

No one seems to understand what exactly Biplab wants, not even Biplab himself

DEEPAK THAPA, Mar 21 2019

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Reshaping the dialogue

Climate change is not a subject on its own. It needs to be considered by all sectors

MADHUKAR UPADHYA, Mar 20 2019

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