Whose country is it anyway?
The most powerful individuals in Nepal are all ‘high’ caste men
Educating men to empower women in Nepal
1923 - 2023
The centenary of the Nepal-Britain Treaty of Friendship reminds us of a time when Nepal’s leaders had strategic thinking
The next president need not be regarded with reverence, just respect.
Nepal is being squeezed by the collision of the Indian, Chinese and American plates.
Armed Conflict and Conflict of Interest
Rabi Lamichhane’s rant was Trumpian populism, an anti-media ‘drain the swamp’ whataboutery
An unceremonious President
The election of president should not involve such wheeling-dealing, in the spirit of inclusion it is the turn of a respected Janjati or Dalit candidate.
Dying to travel
Ninety-four people lost their lives in air crashes in the past 12 months, but the number of people killed on Nepal’s roads was 30 times higher
Nepal’s illiberal democracy
A government with unconditional backing perpetuates its kleptocracy and kakistocracy.
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