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Up in the air


"I guess the airport just reflects the general state of the country." The pilot could not have said it any better than that ('Up in the air', #330). The April movement has come and gone. Maybe ten more such movements will come and go. But as long as we make choices and decisions that in some way connect to corruption, short-sightedness, and laziness, the TIA symptom will be seen in all facets of the Nepali economy.

Niraj Ojha,
Marquette University

. It is time to privatise Tribhuban International Airport and have able hands manage and expand it. Though I am glad to be returning home after ten long years, I am not looking forward to the harassment at the airport and the hassles of travelling to and from TIA.

R Paudel,
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LATEST ISSUE
638
(11 JAN 2013 - 17 JAN 2013)


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