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Archive for May, 2017

 

Necessity or gerrymandering?

There is a danger that devolution may be sabotaged by forces of centralism, says Balananda Paudel who headed the Local Bodies Restructuring Commission.


PM Dahal steps down

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal resigned on Wednesday, keeping his promise to hand over the PM’s Chair to NC President Sher Bahadur Deuba after the first phase of local elections.


Bleak economic report

A World Bank report says despite a rapid reduction in the poverty rate, there is an urgent need to change Nepal’s development path because it is not leading to economic growth.


The Ranju Darshana phenomenon

Kathmandu tends to discard old faces and elect new ones every time. Where will Ranju Darshana be in four years?


Yeti pushes Global Goals

Nepal’s Yeti Airlines and the United Nations partner to promote global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to raise awareness to reduce poverty, improve wellbeing and protect the environment


PM prepares to resign

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has proven himself a true gentleman by keeping his promise to step down.


Raut heads BBC Nepali

Radio journalist Jitendra Raut has been appointed the new head of the BBC Nepali to succeed Rabindra Mishra, who left two months ago to start the new Sajha Party.



 

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