Editorial

Editorial

Victims of negligence

Most of the relief work usually falls on the shoulders of ordinary citizens rather than the state.

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Queues and chaos

Every wave seems to expose our lack of preparedness, always leaving things to be done at the eleventh hour.

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On to the polls

The Election Commission should be allowed to decide when it wants to hold the polls.

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Breaching the barrier

Incidents of human and wildlife conflicts will exist, but we need to minimise such incidents to protect both species.

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Migrants return

The reverse movement of migrants can be perceived either as a problem or an opportunity by the authorities.

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The right to live

The misuse of technology to enforce sex-selective abortion needs to stop.

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No respite for Suu Kyi

Myanmar’s situation should be a warning bell for those who harbour authoritarian nostalgia.

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Cronyism in Nepali politics

The government instead of acting as a neutral player seems instead to be a puppet in the hands of a few individuals.

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Control the spread

To break the chain of spread requires a concerted effort of the authorities and the entire community.

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Convention of appointees

The message from the jamborees is a preview of what to expect during the general elections.

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Hope and despair

Beneath their tall claims, politicians desire to attain power at any cost.

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A forgettable year

Leaders have turned politics into a rat race, whose endpoint is Baluwatar.

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Death trap highway

When the lives of the people are at stake, no one should escape by shifting the blame onto others.

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Medical malpractices

Private institutes in the medical education sector have been attracting attention for all the wrong reasons.

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Burden on state coffers

Various perks and privileges for each additional minister add an extra burden on the already stretched budget.

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