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Headline
Bhutanese refugees have lost everything. All they have is that distant possibility of return.
RAMYATA LIMBU in DAMAK, Jhapa

Nation
For the first time the national census will highlight women's status and their contribution to the national economy.
HEMLATA RAI

Perhaps in acknowledgement of the goddess of plenty the government sets up a supply shop in time of kerosene shortage almost under the golden roofs.
DESMOND DOING


BINOD BHATTARAI

True to their names, Asha and Sharan represent a marriage of hope and refuge.
SALIL SUBEDI

There are Nepalis who campaign for change at considerable personal cost and show real leadership potential. So why do they make so little impact?

Next month, it will be 25 years since the Indian annexation of Sikkim. Sudheer Sharma looks back at how a Himalayan kingdom lost its sovereignty.

Domestic Brief





Sports
It takes more then just a hard strike to pot the ball. Snooker is a game of calculations, precision and control over cue stick and ball.
ALOK TUMBAHANGPHEY

Nepali Society

Nature
safeguarding ever drop of clean water
PETER GLEICK

Literature
Personal and Universal Sorrow
MANJUSHREE THAPA

History
Nepal's justly famous Gurkhas are falling in number. They want to preserve their history, but it's an uphill battle.
DIGANT GURUNG

Conservation

Technology
JANE MARTINSON in NEW YORK

Leisure
MARY MAKARUSHKA

 
EDITORIAL

COLUMNS
Guest Column
by NARAYAN MANANDHAR
Tips of icebergs

State Of The State
by CK LAL
In memory of hope

Economic Sense
by ARTHA BEED
Essential acts

Here And There
by DANIEL LAK
Grace under pressure

Under My Hat
by KUNDA DIXIT
Jokes for all by 2020

LETTERS

FROM THE NEPALI PRESS

BIZ NEWS


 
SPECIAL

Travel Nepal

Madesh Special



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