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PM OLI, DEUBA, PRACHANDA AND THEIR IELTS SCORES

Is it necessary for our leaders to be proficient in English? If you’re reading this article hoping you’d actually find out PM Oli’s IELTS score, let me clarify that I do not happen to know it. But seriously, like the thousands of youths flocking to countless consultancies to achieve a …

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Trump and Twitter, both on fire

2018-01-03, Pankaj Thapa The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the official position of Nepalese Voice. Trump on Tiwitter: Just dumb or a master manipulator? Do you follow Trump on Twitter? If not, you should – it is the most unpredictable thing – …

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14 years of NRNA – ‘Achievements and Challenges’

2017-10-11, Sources Firstly, congratulations to NRNA on its establishment day and as the eighth NRNA Global Conference draws near, it signals we have come a long way. NRN was established in 2003 with a vision to do something for the country, never mind being away. As NRNA takes significant strides …

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Is Kathmandu pollution new capital punishment?

2015-12-19, Pragati Shahi With air pollution hitting hazardous levels in Delhi and Beijing, the respective governments are scrambling to put in place desperate measures to control emissions. But in Nepal’s capital city Kathmandu, which also chokes beneath a blanket of pollution, there is neither data nor any proper information available …

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After the Paris climate deal

2015-12-19, John Narayan Parajuli Understanding what happened in Paris on December 11, 2015 isn’t easy. While it is being hailed as a historic climate deal, the reality is that the agreement is largely non-binding and relies heavily on voluntary actions of member states—postponing any serious action, both on mitigation and …

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The big why

2015-12-07, Ram C Acharya When it comes to nation-building—empowering and unifying people and advancing rapid economic development—every country faces challenges and enjoys opportunities in varying degrees. The task of nation-building requires attaining the twin goals of minimising the challenges and seizing the opportunities. Nepal’s major constraints to nation-building are being …

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Why did husband and wife kill 14?

2015-12-03, CNN While police say they know who massacred 14 people Wednesday at a holiday party in San Bernardino, California, the killers’ motives remain a mystery. Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik committed the deadliest U.S. mass shooting since Sandy Hook in December 2012 before being killed by police, authorities say. Here is what …

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