How one Pokhara resident led a smear campaign to get an American kicked out of the country
After his romantic advances were rejected, one individual used his influence with an online news portal to smear and discredit a foreigner, a month-long Post investigation has revealed.
A playlist for the pandemic
Fifteen songs to help tide you over the lockdown--from the sensible and good-humoured to the irreverent and black-hearted.
Sujeev Shakya: We are not a learning culture
The writer and management consultant diagnoses Nepali society and its ills, but also sees limitless potential.
Amun Thapa: Don’t expect Nepalis to support you if you have an inferior product
The e-commerce entrepreneur talks about competing with one of the largest companies in the world and the cost—and benefits—of doing business in Nepal.
Sabitra Bhandari: No South Asian defence can keep up with me
The star striker talks about how she went from playing sock ball to becoming Nepal’s highest scoring woman footballer.
Bhojraj Pokharel: Honest people cannot contest direct elections anymore
The former election commissioner reminisces about the 2008 Constituent Assembly election and diagnoses the electoral system we practice now.
Amrit Gurung: There are people who’ve never learned to live
The Nepathya frontman talks about his music and his changing philosophy on life.
Namita Gokhale: Borders change; cultures suffer amnesia; but literature unites
The writer and co-director of Jaipur Literature Festival speaks about the ties that bind South Asia together and the power of literature.
C Raja Mohan: South Asia is more concerned with ideology than practicality
The geopolitical analyst talks about foreign policy in the region and the possibilities for South Asia to connect, both internally and externally.
Shiva Maya Tumbahangphe: Patriarchy is structural—it is in every individual
The former deputy speaker talks about her fight for the position of House Speaker, women’s representation in politics, and patriarchy’s deep roots.
Shyam Nepali: The sarangi has no limitations
The musician talks about the gandarbha tradition and his work to preserve the musical legacy of the sarangi.
Kiran Manandhar: Artists are the heart of a country
The veteran artist speaks about his eventful journey into becoming one of Nepal’s finest painters and his gripe with the state of art in the country.
Varsha Thapa: You have to let people know where you stand in your own eyes
The New York-based model talks about her arduous modelling journey, her work with Prabal Gurung and following her passion.
Nishchal Nath Pandey: We agree in private but we disagree in public
The foreign policy analyst on Millenium Challenge Corporation, Nepal’s foreign policy and its strategic importance.
Chandra Kishore: The Madhesi agenda is a national agenda
The roving journalist talks about how corruption is becoming endemic at the grassroots and the real challenge of federalism.