Opinion

Religious Freedom in Nepal - Teetering on the Edge of a Precipice access_timeअसोज ३१, २०७४

Nepal is a country known throughout the world for its spectacular geography. It is home to eight of the world’s ten tallest mountains and perhaps most famously, to Mount Everest, the highest point on Earth.   But below the awe-inspirin...

Climate Finance Asia access_time2017/10/12

Ashok Dhakal The World Economic Forum projects that by 2020, about US $5.7 trillion will be needed annually for green infrastructures investments in the world. Until 2030, adapting to climate change is expected to cost US $40 billion per year in Asi...

Doctors Vision: Beyond Insanity access_time2017/9/24

Dr. Santosh Sapkota Let me start by saying, I may not be an ideal person to judge the situation on the ground from thousands of miles away, and my understanding could be a result of misinformed hypocrisy and perceived innuendo. However, I am trying ...

China’s ‘suspicious’ welcome to Nepal access_time2017/9/24

Om Sharma Beijing: Chinese leadership, people, parties, government and mass media have been busy strengthening the ties with Nepal which was connected by Bhrikuti. Epochal relations of Nepal and China has been talked a lot and analyzed at both the s...

Initiative offers ASEAN a golden opportunity access_time2017/7/10

President Xi Jinping and other delegates and guests take a group photo during the opening session of the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in Beijing, on May 14, 2017. XU JINGXING/CHINA DAILY   ...

Policy coordination called crucial access_time2017/7/10

- By Wang Yanfei The head of China's top economic regulator called on Sunday for more policy coordination tosupport the Belt and Road Initiative&...

Belt, Road build new economic links access_time2017/7/10

  By Christine Lagarde When I first heard about the Belt and Road Initiative, I thought about something simple and straightforward-like a fragrant cup of tea.  For centuries, tea has brought cultures, communities, and people closer t...

Initiative charting new trajectory for mankind access_time2017/7/4

By William Jones  It was no doubt the unique circumstances of China's internal and external developments during the first decade of this century that convinced President Xi Jinping to place the Belt and Road Initiative at the top of China&#...

A maritime Silk Road to peaceful seas access_time2017/7/4

  By Ernesto Gallo Westerners may better remember the ancient terrestrial Silk Road, but a magnificent Chinese fleet, led by legendary explorer Zheng He reached East Africa as early as the 15th century. Six centuries later China and its comp...

The straitjacket of Democracy: Governance through bullets in Kashmir access_time2017/6/23

  |  Venkata Narayana    Over the past few days we have come to hear a lot of things on the happenings in the Indian state of Kashmir. For the first time in the valley there has been a media shutdown. The government has come down ...

Kamal Thapa : On a Road to Disaster ? access_time2017/6/23

  |  Rajkumar Sigdel    Any party, existing in a democratic system, can be a part of the government through the electoral process. In a parliamentary system, it is normal for a party who has won some seats to either choose to be i...

Hunger Strike: Lawful or awful? access_timeअसार ९, २०७४

  Dr.A. Ghimire    These days market, media and masses are heated by an extensive coverage of Dr. Govinda K.C.’s hunger strike. This issue has been highlighted in the media in such a way and to such an extent as if it is the only...