Editorial

Editorial

Eternal wait

The Nirmala Kurmi case is yet another instance of the state’s indifference to the plight of its citizens.

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Flames of resistance

Prem Acharya set himself ablaze as a protest against the dehumanisation of ordinary Nepalis.

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Rhinos still threatened

Complacency might also have crept in among the authorities after years of zero poaching.

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State of the unions

This is the right time to start a fresh debate on how to improve the faltering image of student unions.

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Step at a time

Politicians and ministers should take practical steps to wean the state off remittance.

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Right jobs, wrong people

Examples abound of individuals with conflicts of interest taking up ministerial positions.

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Deluge of deputies

Top leaders continue to prefer the symbolism of attractive posts to the substance of delivery.

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CAAN’s crimes

There is no better time than now to split it into regulatory and service provider arms.

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Permanent instability

There is no principled understanding and long-term thinking to underpin political alliances.

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They still hope

All that the conflict victims are now looking for is a sense of respectful closure.

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What is he thinking?

In his lust for power, Sher Bahadur Deuba seems determined to take down Nepali Congress with him.

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Here’s to you, chief

The new chief ministers must make a forceful case for better and stronger provinces.

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Not your time

The public wants the defeated candidates to stay out of Parliament for the next five years.

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No small wonder

Even the emergent forces in Nepali politics seem ever-ready to sacrifice their cherished beliefs and public trust.

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Fixing cricket

Rejecting allegations of match-fixing out of hand will further discredit the Cricket Association of Nepal.

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Come fly with me

Despite the chequered history, Pokhara international airport can be made a profitable undertaking.

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More is not better

Rather than building more universities, the goal should be to ensure they offer what today’s students need.

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