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Years of living dangerously

#788 ( 25-31 December 2015 )
Despite challenges, we are a far better society than we were

Dousing the flames

#787 ( 18-24 December 2015 )
The key to resolving the Madhes issue lies in how Kathmandu reaches out to the aggrieved

Tea and biscuits

#785 ( 4-10 December 2015 )
Nepal’s political leadership should be a part of the solution, and not a part of the problem

… who will bell the cat?

#783 ( 20-26 November 2015 )
Both the government and the protesters realise this stalemate is not helping anybody, but …

Carrot, stick and oil

#781 ( 30 October - 5 November 2015 )
The Indian Blockade is a reality, but so is the three-month Madhes agitation

Barking up the wrong tree

#779 ( 9-15 October 2015 )
There isn’t much sympathy in the Madhes for the pain Kathmandu is enduring

Costly constitution

#777 ( 25 Sep - 1 Oct 2015 )
The good news is that the bias that the new constitution has institutionalised can be reversed

Point of no return

#775 ( 11-17 September 2015 )
Unless both sides pause and find mutual terms of agreement, we are headed for a dangerous collision in the Tarai

Whose constitution is it anyway?

#773 ( 28 Aug - 3 Sep 2015 )
The political interests of few leaders has superseded consensus in the constitutional process

It ain’t over yet

#771 ( 14-20 August 2015 )
The parties have arbitrarily drawn state boundaries, but who is going to own this draft constitution?

Federalism, republicanism and secularism

#769 ( 31 July - 6 Aug 2015 )
Whatever the political compromise, Nepal's new constitution must stand on these three pillars of inclusive democracy

The constitution as if the people mattered

#767 ( 17-23 July 2015 )
Top leaders have packaged greed and prejudice in a draft constitution, but there is still time to correct it

Burning issues

#765 ( 3-9 July 2015 )
The legitimacy and ownership of the draft constitution will be seriously tested in the coming weeks

Braving the monsoon

#763 ( 19-25 June 2015 )
Putting-off federal demarcation will anger some, but the 2 million people without homes have other worries

Political tectonics

#761 ( 5-11 June 2015 )
KP Oli’s impatience to be a post-quake prime minister may force through a constitution but may open a can of worms

Path to recovery

#759 ( 22-28 May 2015 )
Outside help is much appreciated, but earthquake survivors are not holding their breath

Learning to learn lessons

#758 ( 15-21 May 2015 )
Lives and livelihoods lost can prod us to rebuild this nation

Rising from the rubble

#757 ( 8-14 May 2015 )
"Come back next year, I promise you we will have rebuilt this place."

The final redemption

#755 ( 24-30 April 2015 )
The good news is that the constitution has become the only way for senior leaders to ensure a political future for themselves

Nearing the goal

#753 ( 10-16 April 2015 )
The government and opposition have realised the futility of confrontation and need to end the deadlock on the constitution

An ailing nation

#751 ( 27 March - 2 April 2015 )
Should Nepalis just die because the government is too busy trying to draft a constitution?

Justice adjourned

#749 ( 13-19 March 2015 )
Nepal’s conflict victims have got legal relief, but it is unlikely their quest for justice will be addressed

Tables turned

#747 ( 27 Feb-5 Mar 2015 )
Outnumbered in the CA and lacking numbers on the streets, the opposition is waiting for a face-saving way to return to the table

Bullet and/or ballot

#745 ( 13-19 February 2015 )
Despite taking to the streets, Nepal’s Maoists will stick to democracy to institutionalise the gains for which they took up arms

The statute of liberty

#743 ( 30 Jan-5 Feb 2015 )
The Indian experience with constitution drafting post-independence holds valuable lessons for Nepal

Beyond the deadline

#741 ( 16-22 January 2015 )
People won’t be coming on to the streets even if parties miss the 22 January cutoff

Time to grow up

#739 ( 2-8 January 2015 )
We have already lost decades in stalled development, we don’t need messy politics to compound the problem

Contentious consensus

#737 ( 19-25 December 2014 )
There is much more to the constitution debate than the constitution

‘C’ for constitution

#735 ( 5-11 December 2014 )
Nepal may finally get its new constitution but it may not be in January

Reimagining South Asia

#733 ( 21-27 November 2014 )
The Indian Prime Minister has an opportunity to go beyond his domestic image makeover to become a regional leader
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