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Bikash Sangraula

Bikash Sangraula is a Kathmandu-based journalist and author.

On Intrusive Rumbles from South

Published On: June 4, 2021 08:53 AM NPT By: Bikash Sangraula

Former Indian envoys must refrain from giving their said “assets” undeserved credit for what are wholly made-in-Nepal political developments. Suggestions by one of them that India is making sure it isn’t leaving “fingerprints” behind is a bluff unbecoming of any former ambassador, anywhere.

‘Third People’s Movement’ and the Quicksand of Humiliation

Published On: April 8, 2021 09:30 PM NPT By: Bikash Sangraula

The unabashed dislike of PM KP Oli by civil society ‘stalwarts’ has not proved enough to dislodge Oli, so what is their Plan B?

Debunking the false Nepal narrative

Published On: March 24, 2021 08:50 PM NPT By: Bikash Sangraula

Dissolution of Parliament in December, 2020 was the consequence of a series of ill-conceived ploys by three restless former prime ministers to sabotage, oust, and bring the curtain down on the political career of the incumbent.

The return of black and white

Published On: September 8, 2019 01:05 AM NPT By: Bikash Sangraula

If you haven’t heard it, here’s some bad news: The black and white worldview is back. Like all inestimable things, the extent of its spread cannot be quantified with precision. But a bird’s-eye view of opinions voiced in current-day Nepal certainly indicates that it is widespread, and already difficult, if not impossible, to contain.

The dangers within

Published On: August 8, 2018 01:30 AM NPT By: Bikash Sangraula

Real threats to the government of K P Oli, if they emerge, will emerge from within his own party