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Headline
In an interview with Himal Khabarpatrika and Nepali Times on 27 December, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal says he is trying hard to work towards a political consensus. He calls the violent attacks and threats on the media "an unacceptable crime" and promises that the guilty will be prosecuted.

Nation
And you thought 12 hours a day was bad
DEWAN RAI

YOU CAN GET AWAY WITH IT HERE
WAYNE AMTZIS

"Baby alpaca wool is as soft as pashmina"
ROMA ARYAL

New year resolution: buy an electric bike
LUCIA DE VRIES

Interview
Energy economist Bikash Pandey is the director of Clean Energy Group, Winrock International. He spoke to Nepali Times this week during a visit to Nepal about some immediate and long-term steps that can be taken to reduce power cuts.

Constitution Supplement
The peace process and constitution-writing will be in danger as long as we have two armies
DHRUB KUMAR

Star Gazing
Celebrating International Year of Astronomy IYA-2009
KEDAR S BADU

International
Can old dogs learn new tricks?
ELIZABETH SELLWOOD

 
EDITORIAL

COLUMNS
Guest Column
by JAGADISH GHIMIRE
'Promised' land

Plain Speaking
by PRASHANT JHA
Nepal in 2009

Backside
by ASS
Nuclear power to the rescue

INTERESTING TIMES
by MALLIKA ARYAL
Keeping the faith

State Of The State
by CK LAL
The wages of apathy

Economic Sense
by ARTHA BEED
Happier new year


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