Opinion

Omicron: What we need to know access_time2022-01-20

Smriti Chapagain COVID-19 has been terrorizing the world since its emergence. With repeated waves of the virus disguised in its new form each time, the threat to human life continues to be a global issue. Most recently, the COVID-19 virus has camouf...

An Erudite Self-trust Rather Tending Surrender access_time2022-01-06

Asset considered knowledge is the source of argument, persuasion and confirming self. The natural trend of gaining knowledge has been practiced by enrolling in educational institutions, schools, colleges and eventually universities. It has a status quo...

Belt and Road Initiative and MCC Truth access_time2021-12-30

The Belt and Road Initiative, first announced by Chinese President Xi Jinping in 2013, has since developed into a global movement that is causing ripples around the globe. The BRI links three continents: Europe, Africa, and Asia via land and the Indian...

New Year with new corona variant: Omicron access_time2021-12-26

The new version of COVID-19 is beginning to have a devastating impact on the entire world. Following the sudden rise in the number of Omicron cases, several countries have updated their COVID policies, imposed restrictions and urged everyone to take pr...

Fiction: Touchable access_time2021-12-21

He hears a voice coming out of a loudspeaker from a pravachan [preaching] "Do not chase Wealth. To say Santa Pariyar was born in unfortunate circumstances would be an understatement. He was born in extreme poverty in Ramechhap with that surname...

Nepal should play role in resolving Rohingya crisis access_time2021-12-09

On the Rohingya issue (repatriation), Nepal and Bangladesh can work together. Nepal can play a role in resolving the Rohingya crisis. As a regional country, Nepal should play in resolving the regional crisis. The Rohingya refugee crisis is a regional p...

BLOG: What is a long life? access_time2021-12-07

There comes the point in life when novelty becomes a rarity. Not sudden, but it creeps gradually on you. Things rarely make you wonder. Everything is about the same, all day, every week, every year. The only surprise in life seems to be how quickly ...

Takeaways from the Lingden's Victory from the eyes of  youth access_time2021-12-07

As we approach the depth of the winter the political environment of the country is at the height of summer. The Conventions of the largest and well-recognized parties in the country are creating tremendous heat and buzz across the wider public and poli...

Democracy summit would not be fruitful in divided thinking access_time2021-12-06

Hiranyalal Shrestha The United States is hosting the Democracy Summit 2021 On December 9-10. One hundred and ten countries from around the world have been invited to this virtual summit. It is said that Leaders from the government, civil society, an...

Rickshaw Pain access_time2021-11-26

I wandered out of Hetauda Community Eye Hospital, barely able to open my eyes in the sun, thanks to the drops they gave me to dilate my pupils. At the hospital door, there were a couple of options to get home. Two types of rickshaws--- auto (Diesel-pow...

I don't work Climate, I live Climate! access_time2021-11-25

Countless hazards interfere with modern living. That begins with the technological glitches as we are much dependent on gadgets and machinery assistance on daily/personal to professional functioning. We are acquainted with such errors and prepare ourse...

Build Confidence not Ego access_time2021-11-25

Kavita Sapkota, Bardiya A deep apologetic feeling draws closer into my mind when I memorize the happenings about how I was unsuccessful to comprehend people in my real life nearly 16 years ago. I had just started my professional career at a reputed ...

SAARC should be revived as a regional platform access_time2021-11-07

The official journey of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) started in 1985 when seven countries namely India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and the Maldives formed this regional platform. Later in 2007, Afghan...

Am I Wise Planning a Travel Now? access_time2021-11-04

  Every time we try to impress the outside world about Nepal's tourism potential and our on tap natural magnificence, we fail in fundamental preparations and our strategy is shy and flat to the basics. My close acquaintances went for a t...

25 Years of People's Food Sovereignty access_time2021-10-25

The year 2021 marks the Silver Jubilee of the Food Sovereignty Movement and members of the largest global peasants movement, La Via Campesina (LVC) are Celebrating it with various programs especially this October. The concept of Food Sovereignty (FS) w...

Sanitary Pad or Condom? access_time2021-10-04

It is not a case of either free pads or free condoms. It is a case of both free pads and free condoms. In fact, free condoms and free pads are complementary for the safety and education of girls and women. ‘’Condoms ought to be sold, sa...

If only Civil Diplomacy could expunge global resentment access_time2021-10-02

Nepal witnessed a swift event course of history registering two major changes; dethroning monarchy and launching federalism. Introducing and establishing change in the history of any nation or society is catalyzed by substantial historical as well inte...

Let MCC debate lead us toward light access_time2021-09-16

Yours truly has been consuming quite a lot of stuff on the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Compact for the past few weeks. This is because the MCC Compact has, for better or worse, emerged as one of the most controversial topics of our times, he...

Seed sovereignty at stake! access_time2021-09-14

Seeds are the basic and vital sources of agriculture. From the dawn of agriculture, seeds have been saved and exchanged by farmers and developed in accordance with the local environment. Seeds are living repositories of traditional and cultural knowled...

Pandemic, Online classes and Children access_time2021-09-05

Children learn much more than reading and math when they attend school in person; they also learn critical social and emotional skills they will carry into adulthood. Switching traditional education to online education can affect children differently. ...