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Nepal on Monday issued passport to sexual minorities, adding a third-gender category in the passports, for the first time.  
 

Draft constitution seeks to re-institutionalize the same old order

 

The "clowning glory" of the draft statute is the midnight settlement over federal boundaries

 

Women lawmakers should put pressure their party leadership to rethink discriminatory citizenship provisions

 

It is erroneous to believe that Shah Dynasty continuously ruled Nepal since 1769. Shah Kings directly ruled for a total of 107 years, in installments

 

Upcoming constitution must have equal respect for all religions, otherwise there will be communal riots

 

As Nepal fumbles with identity issues, an open threat of separatism raises new concerns.

 

It is up to Nepali Congress and CPN-UML whether to surrender to secessionist threat for short-term gains or put national interests first

 

The  Post Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) carried out by the National Planning Commission has estimated the monetary loss caused by the April 25 earthquake and its aftershocks to be around Rs 706 billion.

 

Nepal's story as a foreign aid recipient did not arise out of need. It was forced upon us by geopolitics

 


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