Nepal: Parties seek royal promulgations from Ceremonial President
The Nepalis prefer to see stable peace through a new republican constitution that guarantees their human rights in the form of applicable inclusive democracy. However, no parties have ever concentrated on the change agenda; instead, they have demonstrated their full devotion to making or toppling the government--an activity that has annoyed the people.
Nepal: 61 years of Radio Nepal and Its Dilemma
Radio Nepal has served the Nepalis not only as a news supplier but also as a promoter of arts and literature. In clearer terms, the national broadcaster has played a key role in enhancing the quality of original Nepali music. Many singers and composers developed their identity through Radio Nepal.
Nepal: parties quarrel over state system, accountable politics greater need
It appears that the Civil Society intellectuals need to conduct heavy exercises to sensitize the Nepalis at grassroots level regarding why state restructuring and overall transformation should be the major agenda for transforming the conflicts productively and to establish a more stable peace in the country.
Tuesday, October 25, 2011(1 comments)
Nepal: Primary Factors Behind Objections Over Bippa
While the Seema Surakshya Bal (SSB) forces have been looting and removing Nepali settlements in the Indo-Nepal border territories, Prime Minister Dr. Bhattarai visited India, where he failed to raise this sensitive issue.
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Where are the Libyans going?
of democracy get culturally transmitted through media replications on a
global scale with the possibility of betrayal against people by their
glamorous leaders, too ambitious to heed public interests and grassroots
Thursday, May 5, 2011(1 comments)
Understanding Democracy From Working Class Perspectives
Feudalists, capitalists, rightists and leftists all exploit people as much as they can. So far they have defined this age-old labor exploitation as democracy. For this reason, democracy sounds rather phony to the majority of the working class people in the world.
Nepal peace process: PLA handover to government-led committee and challenges ahead
This handover definitely is a step ahead in Nepal's peace process. To make it a final success, the Maoists, the Nepali Congress (NC), the Unified Marxist-Leninist (UML) and the Terai-based parties will have to work with the full commitment to the CPA signed between the Nepal government and the Maoist party on 21 Novemenber 2006.
Exposure to Dhamma meditation technique: an observational viewpoint
While most of the Nepalis are preparing to sacrifice millions of animals in the name of celebrating their major festival Dashain, about 140 participants of the 637th batch at Nepal Vipassana Center-organized 10-day Vipassana meditation course return home on 12 October 2010, with some impressions of mind purification meditational exercises and discourses based on the principles of compassionate love for all beings
Monday, September 6, 2010(1 comments)
News of 500 million Nepali currency and the price of professional journalism
Nepali media have made coverage of what came first from an Indian channel based in New Delhi without source verification. With the help of the mass media, the Nepalis can remain more alert-minded. However, Nepali journalists could benefit the people and the country better by adhering to the vital principles of journalism: truth obligation, source verification, objectivity, loyalty to people, use of conscience and more.
Nepal Army and PLA on high alert; Nepalis fear revocation of civil war
The crisis of confidence between the stakeholders of the peace process deepened after the former Maoist rebels won more than 50 percent seats in the Constituent Assembly elections held on 10 April 2008. After the CA elections, the then Prime Minister and the Nepali Congress (NC) President late Girija Prasad Koirala refused to resign from his post for almost four months saying that Maoists were illegible to head the government