Published on Jul 17 2015 // Opinion
Nepal-China Literary Relations: What Are the Prospects?   
Mahesh Paudyal When Jacques Derrida talked about ‘teleopoiesis’ in his Politics of Friendship (1993), it did not make much fuss as the typical Derridian concept of ‘differance’ had made when it came first. It sounded just another incomprehensible Derridian jargon, meant for few persistent people...

Published on Nov 17 2014 // Opinion, Slideshow
How westerners are using Nepali soil against India and China?
By JP Naren -During the book launch program of ‘Prayogshala’ penned by Sudheer Sharma last year, politician Pradip Giri said, “Interests of all powerful nations in Nepal has increased; intelligence agencies of many countries have been collecting core information under the veil of something other...

Published on Oct 10 2014 // Opinion
Moving beyond past
Pratik Rimal In between the Dragon and the Elephant country remains Nepal, home to Mt. Everest. The three countries share large parts of their borders. China borders Nepal in the north, whereas the remaining three sides are bordered with India.  While the relationship between the three countries has...