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Trading off a jewel

The present Nepali dispensation has agreed to let India build a hydropower project that it (Nepal) holds dear. Let the terms be fair, however.

| Nov 01, 2003

The politics of information control: Dumbing down the atolls

As far as the Male ruling elite is concerned, control, not development, is the first priority in their relationship with the rest of the country.

The relentless tragedy of Ritwik

Nearly quarter of a century after his death, Ritwik Ghatak's films show the power of creativity of a people's artist who authored an Indian/South Asian language of cinema. If only we knew...

| Nov 01, 2003

Fauji’s foundation

Before starting to question the logic of why the Fauji Foundation is buying out PSO, it is worth considering why PSO is being sold in the first place.

| Nov 01, 2003

Crisis beyond legality

Will constitutional amendment provide for the social and political needs of the Nepali people and polity? Or a new constitution? And by what procedure?

| Nov 01, 2003

Goodbye documentary, hello non-fiction

The director of Kathmandu's Film South Asia festival of documentaries looks back at the history of documentary films, maps evolving trends in the genre, reflects on the emergence of a substantial body of viewers for …

| Nov 01, 2003

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