Mystery over Nepal’s royal massacre gradually fading into memory

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By Vidhyapati Mishra
As the Narayanhiti royal palace massacre enters its 10th year today (June 1), the mystery over the midnight carnage that eliminated the entire family of the then king Birendra Shah remains still shrouded in mystery. The chilling massacre has gradually faded into memory.

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Goodbye Kishunji

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By Vidhyapati Mishra / Rajendra Pokhrel
Born as the youngest son to father Sangkata Prasad and mother Lalita Devi in the Indian city of Banaras in 1924, Nepali Congress (NC) founding member Krishna Prasad Bhattarai breathed

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Goodbye Kishunji…(Nepalnews.com, March 5, 2011) More

Open Letter to Nepali PM Jhala Nath Khanal

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Dear Mr. Khanal,
First of all, please acknowledge my congratulations for being elected as the 34th Prime Minister of Nepal after ending the seven-month long uncertainty and vacuum for a powerful government.

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Open letter to Nepali PM …(Bhutannewsservice.com, Feb 25, 2011) More

Legendary Marriage of Mahasur Chhetri’s Son

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By Vidhyapati Mishra
Ranjit Basnet Chhetri, who is 74, was just eight when his mother decided to arrange his marriage.  He didn’t accept the proposal outright. The only reason for his denial was, he wanted to enjoy his childhood before tying the most sacred

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Legendary Marriage of  ….(Bhutannewsservice.com, Jan 10, 2011) More

A mother wants answer from Palungtar plenum about her missing son

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By Vidhyapati Mishra and  Rajendra Pokhrel
PALUNGTAR, Gorkha – At this time, roads in and around Palungtar of Gorkha are so busy. Hotels and lodges are packed and schools remain closed since last Sunday when the sixth extended plenum of the Unified CPN (Maoist) kicked off.

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A mother wants answer from Palungtar… (Nepalnews.com, 28 Nov 2010) More

Pursuing Madrasa Education in Nepal

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By Vidhyapati Mishra
For Sagir Khan, 22, a student pursuing his four-year Electronic and Electrical Engineering under graduation degree from International Islami University in the Bangladeshi city of Chittagong, madrasa education has enriched his thinking and understanding.

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Pursuing Madrasa Education in Nepal (Nepalnews.com, Oct 1, 2010) More

Post Resettlement Employment – II

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By Vidhyapati Mishra and B.M. Dhakal
Given the socio-cultural make-up of Bhutanese society, employment at the entry-level jobs in the initial stages in the U.S. poses certain questions regarding the continuation of cultural values and religious observations. As expected, the tradition of get-togethers for religious or cultural and emergency needs is thinning out.

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Post Resettlement Employment – II, The Rising Nepal, May 9, 2010 More

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