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Meeting of the High-Level Political Coordination Committee led by Unified CPN-Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal today decided to resolve the outstanding Madhes issues through dialogue.

 

It is not surprising that Nepal has further slipped four positions in the Corruption Perception Index of  Transparency International (TI) which released its annual report of 168 countries on Wednesday. Nepal was at the 126th position with a score of 29 points in 2014.

 

The lessons of rapid reconstruction from Bhuj (India), preparedness paradigm from Maule Chile earthquake of 2010 and preventive measures against failure of reconstruction delay from the Haiti quake should be brainstormed

 

It is Nepal’s misfortune that the ferment might fester for a while despite the major constitutional amendments in deference to the demands of the Madhesis and certain other ethnic groups.

 

Management of reputation is crucial for every leader. The government depends upon the people mainly for public approval. The functions of informing, persuading and integrating people are the fundamentals of pro-public politics.

 

Curriculum reform and incorporation of moral science, ethics and value education can help produce manpower upholding these virtues and make the efforts successful to develop prosperous Nepal

 

King Mahendra started the patriotism game to enrich his henchmen. PM Oli is using the same to benefit his coterie

 

The Pahadi Rights Defenders protesting against the so-called Indian Blockade failed to contemplate over absurdities of their own action

 

Nepali people desire to forge strong national unity above ethnic interests

 

The Shiite-Sunni conflict and diminishing petro-earnings will affect two millions Nepali workers in the Middle East

 


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