‘वर्गशत्रु’ भूकम्पका केही दृश्य

हिमाल खबरपत्रिका (१०-१६ जेठ, २०७२) बाट

भग्नावशेषबाट हामीले त्यसरी नै धूलो टकटक्याउँदै उठ्नुछ, जसरी हाम्रा पुर्खा उठेका थिए।

लाखौं डिजिटल तस्वीर तथा हजारौं भिडियोले २०७२ को महाभूकम्पलाई दस्तावेजीकरण गरेका छन्। पत्रिका, अखबार, अनलाइन पोर्टल तथा टेलिभिजनद्वारा तत्कालको व्यावसायिक प्रयोग भएको छ भने फेसबुक र ट्वीटर मार्फत पूरै नयाँ हिसाबले भूगर्भको यो प्रकोपको रेकर्डिङ भएको छ।

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Before & after 2072

From The Kathmandu Post (22 May, 2015)

If earthquake volunteers become ‘political’, the country may go somewhere

Historically, before the analogue era and the digital era, Nepalis mentally marked time in relation to before or after manmade or natural catastrophic events, such as the Kot Massacre, great floods, or great earthquakes. Just as the 1934 . . . → Read More: Before & after 2072

A class-conscious earthquake

From The Kathmandu Post (08 May, 2015)

State and society will come together for national reconstruction, others must support

Those who miraculously survived the fall from Dharahara tower on April 25 recall a stiff breeze at the top. My brother, hiking on Champadevi Hill to the south, felt the shaking earth and then his heart . . . → Read More: A class-conscious earthquake

नेपाल के शीर्षस्थों को चेतावनी की घंटी

From outlookhindi.com (02 May, 2015)

“नेपाल में क्षमता है कि वह दक्षिण एशिया के राष्ट्र-राज्यों के लिए एक उदाहरण बन सके। लेकिन यदि गहरे इतिहास को छोड़ दें तो आधुनिक युग में निरंतर राजनीतिक और प्राकृतिक दुर्घटनाओं ने नेपाल के लोगों के उत्साह और प्रयासों पर पानी फेरा है। इस साल 2015 में नेपाल का . . . → Read More: नेपाल के शीर्षस्थों को चेतावनी की घंटी

Alarms For The Sirsastas

From Outlookindia.com (01 May, 2015)

It will be good if Nepal’s lazy, grasping politicians wake up

Nepal has had the possibility of emerging as the exemplary nation-state of South Asia. But even if we set aside deep history, we see that in the modern era, relentless disasters—political and natural—have blocked the spirit and the efforts . . . → Read More: Alarms For The Sirsastas

Digging out of the rubble: National reconstruction in Nepal requires a constitution and local elections

From The Times of India (30 April, 2015)

Nepal was about getting ready for political normalisation and economic revival after two decades of conflict and political chaos when the Great Earthquake of 2015 struck.

There has been a diversion, with the focus now on the urgent task of rescue and recovery, targeted at the devastated . . . → Read More: Digging out of the rubble: National reconstruction in Nepal requires a constitution and local elections

Nepal and the Nordics

From The Kathmandu Post (24 April, 2015)

Last week, in a Kathmandu daily, three Nordic Ambassadors sought to share lessons from Denmark, Norway, and Finland in order to help Nepal graduate from ‘least developed’ to ‘developing country’ status. Their suggestions focussed on resources and services, particularly hydropower, public school education, and agricultural development. All three . . . → Read More: Nepal and the Nordics

Shape and sensibility

From The Kathmandu Post (10 April, 2015)

Our peopling and polity are such that we can leapfrog, even if two-and-half centuries late

Everything will not get resolved with the writing of a new constitution but at least, the societal suspension of the past two decades will be over and we the people can concentrate on . . . → Read More: Shape and sensibility

‘पोस्ट–माओवादी’ युगको पर्खाइ

सेतोपाटी: नेपालको डिजिटल पत्रिका (२६ चैत्र, २०७१) बाट

पुष्पकमल दाहाल र बाबुराम भट्टराईको तीनदिने बन्द लाद्ने कोशिश, समर्थनमा आफ्नै क्याडर समेत सडकमा नउत्रिंदा पहिलो दिनमै फिर्ता भयो। माओवादी खुला समाजमा आएदेखि आम जनताले देखाएको सदासयता दुई नेताले निरन्तर बेवास्ता र नजरअन्दाज गरे, र भौतिक कारबाहीको त्रास तथा बौद्धिक जगतको अनुत्तरदायी भावको भरमा द्वन्द्वकालको अन्त्यदेखि आजसम्म . . . → Read More: ‘पोस्ट–माओवादी’ युगको पर्खाइ

Creating the nepali past

From The Nepali Times (27 March, 2015)

Prof Theodore Riccardi presents historical material to enrich our lives.

Nepal has evolved, sadly, as a country where history and archaeology are far down in everyone’s priority. Throughout his career, the Indologist and pioneer Himalayanist Theodore Riccardi has sought to highlight aspects of Nepal’s past in the expectation . . . → Read More: Creating the nepali past

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