Kamal Subedi has been working as an Online Correspondent for Republica English daily since July, 2019 after gaining experience as an education professional for one and a half decades. Subedi writes on political, social and contemporary issues. He is also a multimedia professional, especially versed in infographics and graphics. He also has a knack for fact-checking.
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Until and unless the people realize that they have a state at the time of emergency, the political system - irrespective of how fancy it may sound - will neither flourish nor instionanlize. The country turns out to be a laboratory to make experiments of political systems. Anarchy at its worst rules the country. Isn’t it high time we washed our faces before scrubbing the mirror?
Oli has announced to seek a vote of confidence in parliament two months after the Supreme Court invalidated the unity reached between CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Center). The two parties had formed Nepal Communist Party (NCP) after the merger deal on May 17, 2018.
Ride-sharing platforms have become popular in a comparatively short time. They have not only brought about a significant change in the modality of urban public transportation but have also offered an opportunity to the riders to make a decent income at their convenience. These platforms are, however, yet to be regulated and address safety concerns raised at times by the stakeholders.
Despite mounting pressure exerted by animal rights activists, Nepal has yet to introduce a separate legal framework to ensure animal rights and welfare. However, the National Criminal Code 2017 has tried to make some reference about the conditions that are deemed as offensive treatment against animals.
December 13, 2020 08:05 PM NPT
By: Kamal Subedi
“Mill owners took our canes, processed them to sugar, sold it and earned lucrative profits. However, we are still empty-handed. We are neck-deep into debt as we have borrowed money from the local moneylenders and financial institutions.”
September 11, 2020 02:24 PM NPT
By: Kamal Subedi
Experts have frequently questioned the effectiveness of the months-long lockdown and criticized the government for its 'inefficiency' to tackle the pandemic as the country has started witnessing more than 1,000 new cases almost every day.