Editorial

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On their own merit

If talent is discouraged in political parties, those committed to public service will seek alternatives.

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Young hope

Do the young leaders have it in them to defeat Deuba in the race for parliamentary party leader?

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Times they’re changing

The rise of the Rastriya Swatantra Party reflects the passion for change among Nepali voters.

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Leaving on a jet plane

If things continue as usual, the stream of people’s exodus could soon turn into a deluge.

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Shape up or ship out

The major political forces must start the long process of their renewal right now. They have been adequately warned.

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When Nepal stops

Government service delivery comes to a halt during elections. The cost is evident all around.

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Vote wisely

Those voting in the upcoming elections will have a big responsibility on their shoulders.

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Starting anew with China

The pact on utilisation of Chinese grants could be an opportunity to get things on bilateral front moving.

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Leave no one out

Unless Nepalis abroad renounce their citizenship, they should get to take part in the democratic exercise.

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Nice things cost money

Like it or not, the rights to broadcast the World Cup will get costlier with time.

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NHRC’s failings

The commission chairperson and members resigning would be the fastest way out of the current crisis.

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Killer medicines

A well-equipped and big enough drug-testing laboratory will be worth every rupee of investment.

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Unsustainable spending

The populist policy of generous cash handouts could ultimately bleed the state coffers dry.

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Do it right

How much homework has the Maoist party or the JSPN done on the suitability of a directly elected presidential system for Nepal?

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No trifling matter

Inflaming public passion against an important neighbour is not the best way to regain the country’s lands.

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A burning issue

The violence on the environment is a transnational problem and we need a collective resolve to tackle it.

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Whole bunch of lies

The manifestos of big parties are more a reflection of their lust for power than of their commitment to the people and the country.

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Don’t be biased

Election Commission is letting the powerful off the hook while raining sticks on the weak.

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