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Re: 'It's show time!' by Navin Singh Khadka (#143). It's shocking that the political main stream parties are acting like enemies of the nation. Sadly, most Nepalis have become used to political leaders changing their actions and slogans. Nepal has suffered for many years because of their poor political decisions. The government and the Maoists are determined to re-establish peace and we must support them. It's clear the political parties are on the streets because they want to corrupt any attempts at peace and drag our nation lower.

Buddhi Pant,
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. Looking at the current situation in Nepal, it seems that there is something seriously wrong with our education system. How else could you explain the inability of our students to tell right from wrong. Who in their right mind would believe what GP Koirala and MK Nepal say?

Taira,
New York


. At a time when the government and the Maoist rebels are sitting for talks to end seven years of civil war, Nepal's selfish politicians are thinking of ways to get back in the driver's seat and spoil our chance for peace and goodwill. If they come to power I am sure the Maoists will walk out of the talks. Why does Nepali society so naively believe the propaganda of the political parties and especially GP Koirala who did absolutely nothing but loot our country for nine years? And why is your esteemed newspaper supporting (at least tacitly) this man and other nincompoops?

Sushil Dhital,
Haryana, India


LATEST ISSUE
638
(11 JAN 2013 - 17 JAN 2013)


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