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Archive for August, 2017

 

Where are they?

Hope is fading for the families of the 1,300-plus Nepalis disappeared by the security forces and Maoist guerrillas during the conflict 1996-2016


India irked by Deuba

Deuba tells a gathering in New Delhi: “China is a good friend of Nepal … , and has always respected Nepal’s sovereignty.”


Deuba, Delhi and Doklam

Modi and Swaraj went out of their way to be gracious to Deuba with friendly gestures. Could this new bonhomie be due to the India-China row over the disputed territory of Doklam in Bhutan?


Amendment bill rejected

Parliament voted down a constitution amendment bill on Monday, eliminating the possibility of a revision of the charter before the upcoming elections.


Disastrous unpreparedness

Poor planning and a lack of understanding of risks, as well as of the natural flow of rivers, are why current and future floods will be more destructive than past ones


Restricting relief

The possibility of the misuse of relief money and materials cannot be an excuse for the government to restrict volunteers from distributing relief in the flood-affected areas.


Flood of recrimination

What is surprising about this week’s floods is that we seem so surprised by them.



 

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