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MT View: It was a great World Cup and it happened in the right...

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Qatar is the smallest country ever to host the FIFA World Cup. but, despite its size, it has been at the center of the world.  Qatar has become successful in asserting itself as a global...

Tikapur incident: criminal or political?

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The caretaker government of Sher Bahadur Deuba is planning to introduce a controversial ordinance, which seeks the release of political prisoners like Nagarik Unmukti Party (NUP) advisor Resham Chaudhary, in a bid to woo...

Dolpa’s cultural heritage does not belong in a museum

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Ever since Nepal first opened up to visitors in the 1950s, many people have been stunned by its rich cultural and natural heritage. Yet this has also made these resources the victims of thefts,...

Why we may see a new peak of political instability in Nepal after election?

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Stability is a wish of the Nepali society however instability is a fate of it. After the promulgation of the constitution, political stability is a catchy, punchy slogan of the political parties. It is...

Minendra Rijal: ‘I am down but not out and will not ask for the...

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Dr. Minendra Rijal is a Nepali politician and former Defence Minister of Nepal. He is the leader of the Nepali Congress party. He served as Minister of Information and Communications during the prime ministership...

MT View: Can Democracy Survive Under the Communist Rule?

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Once the number of communist nations increased by 1 to 6 after Nepal, the landlocked Himalayan country, joined Cuba, China, North Korea, Laos, and Vietnam, when CPN-UML led by Prime Minister K.P Sharma Oli, and Maoist...

China’s development creates opportunities for win-win cooperation

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I've visited China over 100 times and been to a lot of places in the country, where I was deeply impressed by the diligence, bravery, hospitality, and tenacity of the Chinese people. Under the leadership...

MT View: ‘Historic moment’ as Rishi Sunak becomes first prime minister of Asian heritage

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It is a sign of democratic progress that Britain’s next prime minister is of Asian origin. It is a historic moment as Rishi Sunak becomes the first person of South Asian origin to move...

MT View: Nepal’s government should urgently address the dengue outbreak

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Nepal is experiencing a surge in Dengue cases that started in July. Due to dengue, 50 people have died and more than 42,500 tested positive for the virus. Dengue is endemic in Nepal. The disease...

“Building a community with a shared future for mankind” conforms to the trend of...

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Under the leadership of the Communist Party of China (CPC), China’s anti-pandemic performance and achievements in poverty eradication, as well as technological innovation, are highly impressive. China surprised the world with its efficiency, admirable...




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Voices of the Global South

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One of the many research reports that demonstrate how the developed world discriminates against the poor world is the December 2022 document by the...

Kenneth Rogoff: ‘The sanctions against Russia can work if China and...

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Kenneth Rogoff is the Professor of Economics and Public Policy at Harvard University and recipient of the 2011 Deutsche Bank Prize in Financial Economics....

What the FIFA World Cup can teach us about how to...

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Soccer is the planet’s most popular sport (outside of the USA), and the FIFA World Cup is therefore perhaps the largest mega-event in sports,...

White Man’s Burden: Developed world’s diktats to developing countries

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“Take up the White Man’s burden, Send forth the best ye breed, Go send your sons to exile, To serve your captives’ need….” This is...