Following India's example blindly can be construed as the authorities' incapability of formulating independent strategies.
The country continues to descend into an inescapable and nationwide muddle of corruption.
In 2019, Nepal seems to have adopted a non-aligned foreign policy that has seen it stuck. Hopefully, next year will see Nepal utilise its relationship with both to achieve prosperity at last.
The police today, too, is trying to protect the relatives of some ‘democratic Maharajas’ who masquerade as people's representatives.
As I have looked through your website, I have managed to piece together a more complete visuality of your beautiful city and it's people--which I look forward to making a reality when I visit.
Perhaps we need to instead shift our attention to actually talking about food, and stop clamouring over ‘good taste’, because, in the end, that is only a show of class anxiety.
Energy from hydroelectric power stations is environmentally friendly and cheap in the long term.
When nobody misuses public money and when there are incentives for good work, then it does not take long for the growth to pick up.
The capability of Nepal's foreign policy is being put to a severe test, making us nostalgic of the days when King Mahendra, with little access to China then, had managed to keep the Indian interventionists at bay.
The world should take the patience of the refugees as a sign of love for their country of origin and their wait for justice.
Nepal's natural beauty, culture and history should be opened up to the world in a coordinated manner, including learning from global practices in the field.
Do the people in the entertainment industry really think that Madhesis can't act in front of the screen?
There should be more investigative reporting, exposing corrupt practises done by politicians.
Elephants don't give rides willingly--these highly intelligent, socially complex animals are first subjected to violent training programmes
It would serve Nepal better to understand other far more intelligible indicators of global power status for our neighbours and what that means for us.
The KP Oli administration is eager to diversify air routes, especially to Asia and Europe. This can happen, provided CAAN will be divided into two entities.
Some of the large retail pharmacy stores in South Africa do have a system where shoppers can buy packets of pads and then donate them to a drive that provides them to girls in poverty-stricken areas.
Now that Nepal has bettered bilateral relations with China in recent years, India too has become more responsive in its dealing with us.
No wonder these zombie industries must die. But I seriously doubt that the present government has the guts to act.