The 2019 Indian elections, explained
The BJP has been in election mode for the past five years. Despite the voter’s short memory span--the pains of demonetisation have been soothed by the retaliation to Pulwama--the party has consistently pushed its narrative across all forms of media.
Stuck on repeat
In Nepal, the cycle of history seems unchanged; the wheel just does not seem to break
Why it’s difficult to call Prime Minister Oli’s foreign policy “balanced”
There is an unintended paradox in Nepal’s basic position of equidistant foreign policy.
Looking back to look forward
For Nepal, understanding the past is crucial to understanding our own role in the present
The history of Gorkhas is a case study of colonial mindsets and Nepali rulers’ failures
The privilege to choose
It’s increasingly clear that our liberal standards come with the freedom to choose our protests