Editorial

Editorial

Young voters, old leaders

Age is not the only problem of our graying leaders. They also don’t have anything new to offer.

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Partners in crime

The finance minister and the governor should work together to rescue the flailing economy.

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Medically unfit

Failure of Nepali medical students will ultimately lead to the failure of Nepal’s healthcare system.

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Carefully now, Mr Mayor

Elected leaders must abide by democratic norms. Popularity is no ticket to waywardness.

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Democratic breakdown

The chase for power has made each individual wielding authority turn against democratic institutions.

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President must pay

Bhandari seems ready to buttress her former party’s nationalist image even if it means tainting her’s.

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Women MPs, unite

A new women’s parliamentary caucus is needed at a time when they are being brazenly discriminated.

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Chief concerns

The manner in which the Chief Justice impeachment affair unfolded has been disheartening.

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Seven topsy-turvy years

The constitution is by and large progressive. Only if our political parties adhered to it.

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Viral effect

The dengue crisis will get much worse if immediate measures are not taken to solve it.

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On equal footing

The constitutional provisions for inclusion cannot be ignored or circumvented anymore.

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Beyond grand promises

Only by making quality education an easily attainable fundamental right can we dream of a better tomorrow.

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Untimely whispers

As a high-level leader from the north visits Nepal, we must ask when the border gates will fully open for trade.

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Dangerous destinations

We should create opportunities at home to ensure trafficking of Nepalis comes to an end.

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Service sans security

We must help build a better rapport between doctors and patients for quality health care.

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Un-presidential ambitions

Nowhere does the constitution envision for the president the kind of broad discretionary powers she seems to want.

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Marriage of convenience

There is no guarantee that the alliance will remain intact once the parliamentary elections are over.

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Crime and politics

By legitimising criminality, political parties have turned politics into a transactional enterprise.

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