HT photo By Jose Kalathil With the first-ever 10-day long Nepal-China joint military drill ongoing, which began on Sunday at the Nepal Army’s Para Training School in Kathmandu, Nepal’s President Bidhya Devi Bhandari is at the same time currently on a five-day visit to India, her first overseas tour, which India considers a diplomatic […]
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Navesh Chitraka/Reuters By Kieran Guilbert and Anuradha Nagaraj Obstacles as formidable as government policies and as basic as family ties undermine the global fight against human trafficking, allowing millions of desperate people to be driven into slavery, leading campaigners warn.
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Prakash Mathema/AFP By Amnesty International A new report published today by human rights NGO Amnesty International reveals how members of the indigenous Tharu community in Nepal’s Tarai plains were subjected to arbitrary arrests, torture and other ill-treatment at the hands of the police in connection with the killings of eight security personnel and a […]
By Sudeep Adhikari Thought is an inexact certitude of present. “Expression of Thoughts”, either oral or written, happens in the plane of reference, a Euclidian kind of space of representational exactness.
Mahmoud Raouf Mahmoud/Reuters By Ananya S Guha World leaders are expiating for sins. Not theirs, but for their country’s, through the passage of time.
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By Tim I Gurung Nepal is not only geographically but also religiously, traditionally and culturally related to India, its dependency upon its Southern giant neighbour so immensely one sided that slightly rippled policy changes in New Delhi can hit the tiny Himalayan nation hard like a giant quake.
By Tim I Gurung Despite being blessed with an abundance of natural resources, Nepal is still one of the poorest countries in the world and the possibility of improving its position for now is almost zero.
By Sheuli Akter The third meeting of the Joint Working Groups on Sub-Regional Cooperation between Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal (BBIN) on Water Resources Management and Power/Hydropower and on Connectivity and Transit was held on January 19-20 in Dhaka.