Generally, the country's political leaders, legislators, government authorities, constitutional bodies, UN agencies, civil societies and NGOs (and INGOs), media groups, and private sector (especially business community), including key donors, are not fully updated with the recent trends and developments.
By Professor (Dr) Surya Dhungel Jan 22, 2022
King Birendra’s fell on 29th December and Nepal’s founder King Prithvi Narayan Shah’s was celebrated as National Unity Day on 11th January with verve that also served as a public reprimand to the current rulers widely seen as kleptocratic and supine before foreign interests.
By Dipak Gyawali Jan 18, 2022
There is no way that Nepal will benefit in having sour relation with India in unresolved border issues. Of course, there should be serious dialogue or negotiation with India, especially in Lipulekh issue, in which we have solid historical proofs to show to outside world.
By THE BRAINSTORMER Jan 18, 2022
There is a need to study political appointments and procurement decisions from the perspective of conflict of interest, and raise public awareness for effective identification of potential conflict of interest and management
By Dr. Prabin Manandhar Jan 15, 2022
The Nepalese Army is recognized as the strength that belongs to the country and owned by the people. The authenticity should be to find out the source of financial irregularities. The Chief of the Army and the few as well as the absence of parameter and law to charge the conspirator and the schemer is where the problem lies.
By Binoj Basnyat Jan 07, 2022
In a nutshell, the book tends to focus on Nepal's perpetual state of instability basically in the post-1950 political firmament with increased pressure on aspects of stability in the post-1996 period. It pinpoints major blame on perceived weakness of domestic elements including political leadership of all hues to correctly identify, project and protect the country's national interest.
By Madan Kumar Bhattarai Dec 27, 2021
The proposed transmission line is part of the Nepal’s 400 kV transmission backbone; the initial section between Inaruwa to Hetauda is now under construction with the World Bank funding, and NEA is planning another line going west from New-Butwal substation.
By Khadga Bahadur Bisht Dec 22, 2021
The philosophers and scientists, starting with the eighteenth and nineteenth century philosophers who were somehow influenced by Eastern thought, realized that they cannot do away with subjective experiences, - which the previous scientists and philosophers termed as mere subjective impressions.
By Prof. Dr. Akal Bahadur Singh Dec 20, 2021
People want fundamental reforms in political culture of functioning, good governance, independent and impartial judiciary ensuring supremacy of rule of law and order for sustainable economic development which is focused on eliminating inter-generational poverty
By Kedar Neupane Dec 16, 2021
The Unity General Convention of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party held in Kathmandu during first week of December, has elected Rajendra Lingden, a monarchist and a non-secularist, as its chairperson. He is likely to push with full force the much talked about two issues of giving space to monarchy in the system and declaring Nepal a Hindu state, which could be effected preferably through constitutional amendment. Even if put to referendum, the verdict will be in favour of the two, many independent observers feel. Prime Minister Deuba, currently working hard to get reelected as party president, may note that our nation is facing serious issues in acomplicated environment and timely resolution of these issues could only save this country headed for a disastrouscrash landing.
By Dr. Tilak Rawal Dec 10, 2021