Missing plane yet to be found
The Nepal Airlines plane believed to have crashed in Arghakhanchi district while flying from Pokhara to Jumla has not been found yet. Five teams of Nepal Police, Nepal Army and Armed Police Force from Gulmi and Arghakhanchi have not been able to locate the suspected crash site despite search operations for the past four hours. According to police, a rescue team has left for Murakot after concluding its search operation in Khidim VDC of Arghakhanchi.
New Delhi pundits will do well to read Nepal's constitution first!
Indian bureaucrats are manufacturing rumors and vilifying the constitution for certain reasons. But independent thinkers should read the constitution and think independently before engaging in harsh criticism of the constitution.
Post Bahadur Basnet
Indian blockade in Nepal and apathy of UN
The UN has yet to speak about the blockade enforced by India that has crippled the whole country, affecting operation of even ambulances. The UN has done commendably well in humanitarian aspects in Nepal and played an important part in the peace process. But we must not forget that the UN Charter was adopted 70 years ago to precisely address the kind of problems that Nepal is currently facing at the hands of India.
A fishy oil business
The only purpose of refilling his scooter for Shubodh Thani was to save it from rusting. He had taken a half-day off from his office to queue up for petrol. It had already been more than five hours. Exhausted from pushing his scooter, Thani, a resident of Minbhawan, said that he would lock the two-wheeler after refilling.
Problem exists, Dialogue is the solution
If Madhesis are turning out on the streets in huge numbers even one month after the protests began, can't we at least accept that a problem exists?
I'm with Dr KC, are you?
Since the past few years, KC has fought to bring reforms in Nepal's medical education sector. As a medical student myself, I understand and fully support the demands raised by him.
Corporación Dinant is not driven by corporate greed
Dinant is not in conflict with the genuine peasant associations of Honduras: Our African Palm plantations support thousands of sustainable jobs with company pensions and compensation levels well above the national minimum wage; they have also significantly contributed to improving skills, education and health. We recognize the value and importance of engaging peacefully and transparently with those that hold different viewpoints and believe that we can find some common points of mutual interest.