Published on: Dec 08, 2018
The reality is that we Nepalis are the underdogs who have been suffering down the ages. The bare mountains that comprise a major part of our country are not conducive to support all of us. We Nepalis have been a nation of migrants – the Lahures and Bahadurs. Now it is mostly Kanchas who are being exploited. A lot of the Nepalis lost their lives fighting against the British from the time of Maharaja Ranjit Singh till 1816 and the Treaty of Sugauli.
By Hemang Dixit | Dec 08, 2018
Every good governance initiative it took was stymied by vested interests that control his party, its satraps and the government from the outside. The much-needed crackdowns on transport cartels (called “syndicates”) as well as the organized smuggling of gold at Tribhuban International Airport were called off as was the attempt to clean up the NGO sector of its “business by other means” activities by introducing a code-of-conduct.
By Dipak Gyawali | Dec 08, 2018
It has been a year since the demise of Kriti Nidhi Bista, who served our country as the prime minister for three terms and also the vice chairman of the government in 2005. He was 90 when he passed away and had been a cancer survivor for years. He served his term as a politician with utmost dedication towards the nation.
By Shreya Gyawali | Dec 08, 2018