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Randhir Chaudhary

The author is a researcher associated with Peace Development and Research Center

BRI: A ‘Pandora’s box’?

Published On: March 13, 2024 08:30 AM NPT By: Randhir Chaudhary

The Chinese Embassy in Nepal organized the Chinese Lunar New Year ceremony for the first time in Kathmandu on January 14, 2024, which was inaugurated by Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal. During the program, artists performed Chinese arts, acrobatics, and magic. More importantly, Vice Minister Sun Haiyan of the International Department of the Communist Party of China (CPCID) visited Nepal from January 26.

Handle Human Rights Issues with Care

Published On: March 4, 2023 08:30 AM NPT By: Randhir Chaudhary

The CIEDP and the TRC were established in accordance with a law passed in May 2014 and were a key component of the 2006 Comprehensive Peace Agreement. However, the lack of progress in their operationalization has left many victims of human rights abuses without the justice and reparations they deserve.

Ensure Fundamental Right to Education in Mother Tongue

Published On: February 21, 2023 08:30 AM NPT By: Randhir Chaudhary

At the global level, International Mother Language Day is being celebrated every year on 21st February to promote linguistic and cultural diversity as well as multilingualism. The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) authenticated this idea of celebrating Mother Tongue Day.

Seven Years On: Remembering Ashoj 3

Published On: September 19, 2022 04:27 PM NPT By: Randhir Chaudhary

Although everyone had their own interests and views on the Constitution of Nepal, the process of drafting the constitution was exclusionary. Moreover, consultations with people about the draft of the constitution were performed under a curfew and excessive use of force in the Madhesh.

Will Nepali Congress make Bimalendra Nidhi its president?

Published On: August 25, 2020 10:54 AM NPT By: Randhir Chaudhary

The Nepali Congress has scheduled its General Convention for February, 2021 and a number of Congress leaders have projected themselves as likely candidates for the top post—the party president.