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  • For the people


    Political parties should prioritise drafting a widely acceptable constitution

Opinion

     
  • Only way ahead

    JAINENDRA JEEVAN
    Lawmakers should address public concerns while finalising the draft constitution
  • Conscientious objection

    KHAGENDRA N SHARMA
    The Constituent Assembly should have the final say on federalism, not Parliament
  • Undo the change

    GOPAL THAPA
    Including unpleasant aspects of the past in the preamble will fuel bitterness among the people
  • Voice of the people

    MEERA RAJBHANDARI AMATYA
    Journalism in indigenous languages has come a long way in Nepal
  • No country for us

    SHRADHA GIRI BOHARA
    When I tell my daughter that she can do anything boys can, am I not lying to her?
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