Brexit and Nepal

July 16, 2016 00:35 AM

Brexit vote has grave implications for all countries where there is social discrimination by the elite, including Nepal

Not China’s sea

July 16, 2016 00:25 AM

The tribunal cut the legal heart out of China’s claim that South China Sea is, in effect, a Chinese lake

New and worse

July 16, 2016 00:15 AM

The new letter grading system has made effective teaching and learning a choice, not a compulsion

Infographics: Myths and realities of Dr KC’s hunger strikes

July 16, 2016 00:05 AM

DR KC's movement has strengthened those in favor of sending students abroad for medical education and work.

Implications of Brexit

July 14, 2016 00:25 AM

Britain conceived, coined and championed the idea of free trade. Until recently the UK was regarded as the leader in international investment agreements

Infographics: Nuclear weapons around the world

July 14, 2016 00:05 AM

The world's nuclear armed states possess a combined total of about 16,000 nuclear warheads. Approximately 10,000 nuclear warheads are in military service.

Terror at hands

July 13, 2016 00:35 AM

By the time I held the ‘drill purpose’ SLR in my hands, all things military had stopped causing any excitement

After Bhotekoshi

July 13, 2016 00:25 AM

The Sindhupalchowk floods serve as a powerful reminder that there remains a high risk of slope failure and landslides this monsoon

Self-fulfilling prophesy

July 13, 2016 00:15 AM

It is stupid to ask for a regular supply of water. Our concern should rather be protecting ‘nationality’

Infographics: China in Africa

July 13, 2016 00:05 AM

Since 2000, China has emerged as Africa’s largest trading partner and a major source of investment finance as well. Large numbers of Chinese workers and entrepreneurs have moved to Africa in recent years, with estimates running as high as one million. China’s engagement with Africa has no doubt led to faster growth and poverty reduction on the continent. It is also relatively popular: In attitude surveys, 70 percent of African respondents have a positive view of China, higher than percentages in Asia, the Americas, or Europe.