The earthquake that rocked us yesterday- in pictures.
दिनेश वाग्ले वाग्ले स्ट्रिट जर्नल यो लेख आजको कान्तिपुरमा प्रकाशित भएको हो । पत्रिकाकै पन्नामा हेर्ने भए यहाँ क्लिके हुन्छ । डिल्लीराम सुवेदी बन्दुकविहीन गुरिल्ला हुन् । काठमाडौंको शिक्षा क्याम्पसबाट अंग्रेजीमा स्नातकोत्तर पास यी युवा कागजी मैदानमा कलमले युद्ध गरिरहेका छन् । उनको विपक्षमा छन्, कलमै बोकेका अर्काथरी गुरिल्लाहरू जो पाँच वर्षअघिसम्म हतियार पनि बोक्थे ।Continue reading “नेपालमा जारी विचारको गुरिल्ला युद्ध”
The editors who recently resigned from Kantipur Publications have announced the new publishing company and two new newspapers. The new company, the Nhu Republic Media, will bring out Nhu Nepal, Nepali daily, and the New Republic, English daily in about three months, said an SMS message sent out by one of the editors of aContinue reading “Editors Announce New Papers in Nepal”
…is completely apolitical. The word “Maoists” evokes in my mind, the picture of an entire group, that draws inspiration from the angry-young-man. There seems to be great loyalty and enthusiasm in the Maoists, but also a great deal of hostility. By Prateebha Tuladhar I have always found it intriguing how we call the Maoists “Maoists.”Continue reading “My View of the Maoists…”
This piece talks about rumours that are flowing through Kathmandu air in the past couple of days. These are not verified. Believe at your own risk. If we are to believe one of those countless rumours that are flowing through the air of Kathmandu, Maoists will not lead the government. Maoists will not get majorityContinue reading “Rumours In Kathmandu”
Victorious Prachanda today reportedly requested Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala to agree to become the first President of the Republic of Nepal, information that hasn’t been independently verified. It is believed that when Seto Machhindranath chariot collapses (see inside the box), something disastrous will happen. Disaster usually depends on perspective. This time it seems theContinue reading “Chariot Collapses Signaling The Imminent Fall of Nepal Monarchy”
The other side of the refugee coin: There is more media coverage and outrage about 22,000 Tibetan refugees in Nepal than five times as many Bhutanis. Could it be because most Bhutani refugees are not Buddhists? By Gyan Subba Geo-politics is all about double standards and national interest. The Americans invade Iraq, ostensibly to restoreContinue reading “Gross National Sadness: Bhutani Refugees”