Continued disruption of parliament proceedings: What impact will it have on our democracy?

Nishan Khatiwada

Over the past few years, Nepal’s parliament has lost its glory. It has become a platform to bargain for power.

How Madhesh-based parties are using constitution amendment as a political weapon
Nishan Khatiwada

Kathmandu: Constitution Day was celebrated by most of the political

What lies behind the politicization of MCC?
Ashim Neupane and Nishan Khatiwada

Kathmandu: When the Ministry of Finance, on behalf of the

Undermining the powers of parliament
Nishan Khatiwada

Political parties use parliament to make, sustain or break the

The refrain of ‘Jeth Dui’ and fissure in the CPN-UML, explained

Nishan Khatiwada

Kathmandu: On May 17, 2018, when CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Center) merged to form the

MCC Vice President makes a strong case for early ratification of Nepal Compact

Mahabir Paudyal

Kathmandu: Fatema Z Sumar, the Vice President of Compact Operations at the Millennium Challenge Corporation

The rift within the Bibeksheel Sajha Party, explained

Nishan Khatiwada

The Bibeksheel Sajha Party, which claims itself to be the flagbearer of alternative politics in

Nepali Congress joins the race to form a cyber platform

Nishan Khatiwada

Kathmandu: Like offline society, Nepal’s social media sphere is also largely polarized and compartmentalized.  People

MCC responds to the letter of Nepal government

NL Today

Kathmandu: The Millennium Challenge Corporation based in Washington DC has sent replies to the letter

What will Nepal lose if the MCC is not given a parliamentary nod?

Mahabir Paudyal

Kathmandu: One of the main agendas for the parliament session starting today (September 8) has

China’s 50 years at the United Nations: Reflections on the past, vision for the future

Xi Jinping

Fifty years ago, the 26th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted, with an overwhelming majority, Resolution 2758, and the decision was made to restore all rights of the People’s Republic of

Editorial | Nepal’s judiciary in crisis: Collusion among the judiciary, executive and legislature must end to ensure reforms

NL Today

Nepal’s judiciary is in a crisis of unprecedented magnitude. The institution that is supposed to

What happens when you formulate laws but do not implement them?

Jivesh Jha

It is commonly presumed that if a law becomes part of the national gazette, the

What is preventing youths from coming into politics? What can be done?

Dr Nirmal Kandel

A top performer at high school, Hari Bahadur, tells his parents that he is joining

Finding a ray of hope in Nepal’s gloomy politics

Simone Galimberti

Scandals after scandals, democracy in Nepal seems to be in a mess. You hardly find

‘All the trekking routes are open for tourists’

Nishan Khatiwada

Nepal had just announced the ‘Visit Nepal Year’ campaign 2020 in December 2020, with an ambitious goal of bringing in two million tourists to the country, when the Covid-19 pandemic hit the world. Nepal had

“NGOs have made positive contributions in the social change process”
Prasun Sangroula

Youths have played an instrumental role in Nepal’s mass movements and protests. Yet the direct

Impact of Covid-19 on poor mental health in children and adolescents ‘tip of the iceberg’: UNICEF
NL Today

Kathmandu: Children and young people could feel the impact of Covid-19 on their mental health

People in Need’s wide-ranging work in Nepal—from road renovation to mental health assessment
Rhishav Sapkota

Kathmandu: People in Need, a non-governmental non-profit founded in the Czech Republic in 1992, arrived

Nepali students exchange views on links between migration and sustainable development
NL Today

Kathmandu: Nepali students participated in a discussion on interlinkages between migration and sustainable development at

One million Covid-19 vaccines procured from China arrive
NL Today

Kathmandu: An additional 1.02 million Covid-19 vaccines purchased by the

Covid-19: 666 new cases and 11 fatalities recorded in the last 24 hours
NL Today

Kathmandu: A total of 666 new cases of Covid-19 were

Kids aged 12-18 years to be vaccinated from Nov 14
NL Today

Kathmandu: The government will be administering over 100,000 doses of

Covid-19 update: 776 new cases, 13 fatalities in the last 24 hours
NL Today

Kathmandu: A total of 776 new Covid-19 cases have been

Five things school students can do during Dashain vacation

NL Today

Kathmandu: Dashain, the biggest festival of the Hindus, is here and everyone must have been

In pics: Grade 12 exams start in physical presence of students

NL Today

Kathmandu: The grade 12 examinations have started in the physical presence of students from Wednesday.

Nepali film ‘A Scarecrow’ wins UNICEF Iris 75 award at film festival in Florence

NL Today

Kathmandu: Nepali film ‘A Scarecrow’ directed by Rajesh Prasad Khatri has won the UNICEF Iris 75 award at the UNICEF Innocenti Film Festival 2021 (UIFF). The festival, which is organized by UNICEF’s Office of Research – Innocenti, celebrates films that