I voted for democracy in America

Published On: October 22, 2020 07:00 AM NPT By: Babu Ram Neupane

I lost my democracy and freedom to speak the truth the very day I lost my brother. A compassionate and empathic Biden can never be likened with ruthless communists on any counts and measures.

Musings on democracy

Published On: October 22, 2020 06:10 AM NPT By: Simone Galimberti

The fact that I, a foreigner, can write this article and it is published is an example of how democratic norms have been rooted in the fabric of Nepali society.

How Israel failed its Covid test

Published On: October 21, 2020 06:45 AM NPT By: Shlomo Ben-Ami

Israel is besieged not only by a deadly virus, but by identity politics, sectarian strife, and dishonest leadership. As the economic consequences of lockdown multiply, social and political tensions will only rise.

Let education continue

Published On: October 20, 2020 07:06 AM NPT By: Narayan Dahal

Government must ensure that no student will have to lose their academic year due to the pandemic. Every student should be able to continue with learning process.

Can job creation and productivity increase happen together?

Published On: October 20, 2020 05:17 AM NPT By: Bhairab Raj Kaini

Post COVID-19, agriculture should be tailored to create more employment particularly more decent green jobs across the entire food production system.

Europe’s futile search for Franco-German leadership

Published On: October 20, 2020 02:34 AM NPT By: Josef Joffe

No European leader will ever fail to appeal to Europe’s common destiny. But in the EU’s case, “unity” is often the opposite of “agency,” the capacity to act as a whole.

Will war with Covid-19 make a better state?

Published On: October 19, 2020 05:59 AM NPT By: Sarans Pandey

Nepal is already at war with the Covid-19 pandemic. Could this scenario be enough to propel us towards adopting a better and more efficient administrative regime?

Little England’s big COVID problem

Published On: October 19, 2020 03:54 AM NPT By: Mary Fitzgerald and Peter Geoghegan

Whereas many of our European neighbors—notably Italy—are now performing far better in the fight against the virus, Britain more closely resembles the pandemic-stricken United States.

The key to the productivity puzzle

Published On: October 17, 2020 06:08 AM NPT By: Diane Coyle

The challenge for researchers and policymakers is to understand exactly what coordination is needed to increase productivity, and what actions can achieve this.

Where is the rage against injustice?

Published On: October 17, 2020 04:45 AM NPT By: Hisila Yami

My question after reading Sangita Khadka’s “Yuddhaka Ti Din”: Why are the journalists, who were committed for progressive change and who sacrificed for the revolution, silent when the incumbent government is failing the people and the country?