Yes…our first ever historic constituent assembly poll has happened productively on April 10 (Chaitra 28) across the country in encouraging and credible manner. However, the debates are going on whether or not the election has happened peacefully fearlessly and fairly. It is for sure that the polls could not free from some intimidations, threats and […]
Disparagement only aggravates a problem. Yet, in the midst of the world’s despair, I am growing increasingly contemptuous about my profession- journalism, despite having pursued it for 5 years with considerable fascination and relative success.
Nepal is essentially a rural country. More than 80 per cent of population live in rural areas with agriculture and allied activities as the major source of income and employment. The United Nations (UN) classifies Nepal as one of the least developed countries in the world. The country’s gross domestic product (GDP) was $5.6 billion […]
We all know that the federal and unitary systems are the types of democracy and each system has its own merits and demerits. However, we have to go for our country-suited democratic system where all people can enjoy their equitable democratic rights with dignity and opportunity. Federalism also refers to as federal government, a national […]
A breakthrough in the peace process has now been happened with the formation of interim government on April 1, 2007. Now, we have a new team of 24 ministers consisting two full ministers and one state minister as women ministers with an additional strength of Maoist.
At the crack of the dawn, a drama begins. The serenity of the stage slowly gives way to a soft musical – murmur: It’s the dawn chorus welcoming the characters. The stage itself is autonomous and lively. It yields harmony, the kind of harmony that exists between nature and mankind. Every life that dallies on […]
The first people’s SAARC concluded here on 25 March, 2007 enunciating a 25 points Kathmandu declaration. Of the many demands put forward, the conference called for strengthening and institutionalizing democracy,