Terrorists struck again within six months of the carnage in Paris, this time in Brussels, the city that serves as headquarters of both NATO and European Union. Brussels is not unknown to terrorism; the city saw acts of terror no less than six times in the past few years, but none with the ferocity and violence
In a surreal digital theft that befits a high octane movie thriller, we were recently informed of the daring heist at
The avalanche of Donald Trump's presidential campaign success reached new levels this Tuesday...
After months of a chill in Indo-Nepal relationship, there is new sign of things warming up and India's loosening of the vise on Nepal. The Prime Minister of Nepal signed several treaties with India in his latest visit to Delhi early February, but only after his country had agreed to amend the recently adopted Nepalese Constitution that apparently had caused the Indian resentment, and put Nepal in the wrong end of the stick.
In the last one year, the news that mostly occupied headlines in the US concerned police excesses.
In 1972, shortly after liberation, I used to work in the Prime Minister's secretariat in a small cubbyhole of a room that was hardly big enough for one desk and two chairs.
A year ago from today not even a savvy soothsayer would have dared to predict the change in our political climate that we are witnessing now.