Editorial

Editorial

Whose metropolis?

The gentrified Kathmandu of Balen’s imagination, we are afraid, will be a city without a soul.

Editorial

No point pretending

The state seeing loan shark victims in Parliament premises as a security issue should fool nobody.

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Damaging delay

The failure to carry out a detailed damage assessment after the Jajarkot earthquake has caused great hardship.

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Season of fires

The priority should be sensitising the public about often-deadly consequences of their negligence.

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The poverty paradox

The steady rise in urban poverty calls for a shift in the country’s rural areas-centric approach.

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Amid the cacophony

NC Mahasamiti has brought up vital issues that need more debate.

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Fragile sentiments

It is time for everyone to come together and celebrate cultural-religious vitality—not virulence.

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Shunned and silenced

The long struggle of the women who were sexually assaulted or raped during the conflict period continues.

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The few above the law

There is a need to make the holders of highest offices in the land accountable for their decisions.

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Worth preserving

We would do well to internalise the enormous costs at which recent democratic changes have come.

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Clamour for Hindu state

A political ideology that favours nativism and monoculturalism has no place in a democracy.

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Old story, new twist

The saga of Nepali youth dying in senseless foreign wars like the one in Ukraine should stop.

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Glass half empty

The latest living standards survey points to all the ways the Nepali state fails to invest in its citizens.

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Conventional wisdom

At a minimum, Dahal should declare that he will step down as the head of his party after a specific time.

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Eye on land

Nepali politicians, bureaucrats and business mafia have been using land to make illegal profits.

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Growth, at a cost

More remittance isn’t something to celebrate if we can’t pump it into building national capital.

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The electric future

There is a need for more clarity on policy and intent on switching to electric vehicles.

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Don’t waste the winter

People will be closely following the new session of parliament to see if it meets their expectations.

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Perversion of democracy

It would be laughable for the leader of the seventh largest parliamentary outfit to lead the government.

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