Lessons from India

August 13, 2019 01:30 am

Does the change of status for Jammu and Kashmir and the search for a Congress leader tell us something about the nature of political leadership in India?

Lesson not learned

July 14, 2019 02:30 am

Tribhuvan International Airport incident

Lost lessons of World War I

November 27, 2018 00:30 am

The risk today is that generations that have not known war will reproduce the chain of events that lead to it

Small bug, big lesson

July 7, 2018 04:12 am

Long period of stagnation has harmed RA’s image significantly. Regaining it will be slow and painful but it needs to reclaim its turf

The 18-year-old aspiring golf pro from Nepal attended the weekend premiere in New York of a film made about her life learning the game while living in a shed alongside a golf course in Kathmandu.

Canadian lesson

January 22, 2018 01:00 am

Nepal, which has stepped up efforts to implement federalism, has much to learn from Canadian federalism.

Lesson for Nepal

November 15, 2017 08:38 am

What can Nepal learn from Chinese urbanization? Planned urbanization was at the core of almost everything in China.

PARSA, September 1: Nepali Congress central committee member Dr Shekhar Koirala has expressed unhappiness over what he called the violation of the election code of conduct by the political parties during the election campaigning for the third phase local level election in province-2.

The history lesson

August 2, 2017 01:00 am

Prithvi Narayan Shah was projected as the worst of the worst thief and King Mahendra was portrayed in the same negative light.

ACPL is a lesson, not a lynchpin

July 11, 2017 19:57 pm

On June 12, 2017, International Cricket Council (ICC) wrote a letter to its Associate members stating: “This (ACPL-Asian Club Premier League) is a Disapproved Cricket and Members should not issue any No Objection Certificate (NOC)’s for this event.”

JHAPA, March 14: Highhandedness of Sashastra Seema Bal  (SSB), Indian border security forces, was a serious issue for villagers in Jhapa along the Nepal-India border areas. SSB personnel would storm in their house anytime in Prithivinagar, Bahundangi, Kakadbhitta, Kechana, Baniyani, Jyamirgadhi and Khajurigachhi, among other villages and terrify the locals.

How meaningful is a weekend getaway? A lot of romance, star gazing and endless flirtations make up most part of the trip and, why wouldn’t it? They are after all, “young and wild and free.”

The royal lesson

July 5, 2016 00:15 am

Even though monarchy and Rana oligarchy are now history, multiple crownless kings and queens have emerged in Nepal

If the past 15 years are anything to go by, it would be wise to expect such attacks in the future as well. Because what the West calls terrorism is in fact patriotism for the brainwashed Taliban fighters. So, the conflict there is unlikely to come to an end anytime soon.