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Umesh Prasad

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The author is an alumnus of the London School of Economics and a UK based former academic.

MCC Compact Approval in Nepalese Parliament: Is it Good for the...

These days MCC Compact approval process is going on in the Nepalese Parliament. The main political parties such as Nepali Congress and Communists and...

What Bihar Needs is the Renaissance of ‘Vihari Identity’

From the pinnacle of glory as ‘Vihar’, known worldwide for wisdom, knowledge and imperial power in Maurya and Gupta times of ancient India, to...

‘Swadeshi’, Globalisation and ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat’: Why India Fails to Learn...

To an average Indian, the very mention of the word 'Swadeshi' reminds of India's independence movement and nationalistic leaders like Mahatma Gandhi; courtesy collective...

”No Community Transmission of Corona Virus in India’’, Say Authorities. Really?

Science sometimes, goes haywire in India, defying even the common sense. Take for example, the case of health authorities asserting for sometime that ‘’there is...

Rajasthan Political Crisis: Is the Duel Between Sachin Pilot and Ashok...

As if, about a million cases and 25k deaths as on date due to nature’s fury in the form of ever burgeoning COVID-19 emergency...

It is Time to Think What You Want as News!

The Vikas Dubey saga is over now; or may be not as circumstances of his death is a matter of deep deliberation in the...

Emperor Ashoka’s Choice of Rampurva in Champaran: India Should Restore the...

From India’s emblem to national pride stories, Indians owe a lot to Ashoka the great. What Emperor Ashoka would think of his descendent modern-day...

Nepalese Railway and Economic Development: What Has Gone Wrong?

Economic self-reliance is the mantra. What Nepal needs is to build domestic railway network and other physical infrastructures, provide stimulus and protection to domestic...

Where is Nepal’s Relation with India Headed to?

What is happening in Nepal for some time is not in the best interest of people of Nepal and India. This will cause more...

Can Sanskrit be Revived ?

It is crucial to preserve heritage of Indian civilisation. Sanskrit is the foundation of "meaning and narrative" of modern India. It is part of...
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