Monday, January 11, 2010

Nepal: Disappearing Security in Occlusion

Nepal: Fully responsible and accountable governance and government, both are the essential conditions to a successful security system. The national security leaders as well as high ranking officials must work hard to resolve the security lapses problem properly, otherwise they should quite immediately from their public posts in ethical and moral ground.


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http://www.opednews.com/articles/Nepal-Disappearing-Securi-by-Krishna-Hari-Pushk-100110-734.html



Monday, January 11, 2010
Nepal: Disappearing Security in Occlusion
Nepal: Fully responsible and accountable governance and government, both are the essential conditions to a successful security system. The national security leaders as well as high ranking officials must work hard to resolve the security lapses problem properly, otherwise they should quite immediately from their public posts in ethical and moral ground.

Friday, December 25, 2009
Security Sector Reform in Nepal:With reference to UNSCR 1325
The United Nation Security Council Resolution 1325 and Security Sector Reform is significantly relevance to each other. So, the meaningful incorporation of 1325 into national security and defense mechanism of Nepal may only bring expected impact in favor of women during conflict or post conflict situation as expected by UNSCR 1325.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Nepal:National Security System is under Threat
It is urgent need for Government of Nepal to find out immediately that how did NIDN's secret reports become public besides its sophisticated secret proceedings system. Please find out who is guilty and where is the fractures in our system?

Saturday, December 12, 2009
Nepal: Polity for Peace
The article deals with the political dilemmas of ongoing peace and constitution building process of Nepal and it provides possible ways out of the topsy-turvydom. It highlights the contemporary affairs of Nepalese political culture. Specially, it prescribes the proficient ways to end all types of political impunity, undemocratic practices, and finally discuss the ways to bring out the off-track politics into peoples' platform.

Monday, November 2, 2009
Nepal's Dual Citizenship: A Suicidal Decision?
Dual Napalese Citizenship will be a big threat to democracy, sovereignty, integration and harmony as well as to society too. Such a policy could push our nation towards serious problem, if the government introduces the policy without analyzing the potential impact. Therefore, the government should have an open referendum before approving the policy.

Sunday, November 1, 2009
Asking for a Rethink on US Immigration Diplomacy
The US must introduce and practice universally approved norms of immigration diplomacy that will help to know and identify the right of people in right manner. In the name of security the US should not boost the number of enemies.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Nepal's Tumbling Peace
It is unfortunate that some vested politicians' declares that re-insurgency or re-warfare is held in search of peace, however it has proved blunder to impel for “Breach Peace for Peace”.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Nepal's Special Security Plan: Political Stunt?
Nepal is a one of the most leading domicile of many ethno-political insurgents. Since longtime, the country has lost its normalcy of law and order, good governance, civil supremacy, and democratic practices due to fast growing ratio of institutional and private criminal and their rebellion activities. Sadly, the country is terrorized and under control of ochlocracy.

Monday, August 10, 2009
Diplomacy for Visa Lust?
The radical visa strategy which is imposed by the developed world over the developing countries helps spread conflict, discrimination, exploitation, segregation, terrorism, and also swells the gaps between the poor and rich world. It denies human rights and lessens the dignity, development and sovereignty of people.

Monday, December 8, 2008
Security
(2 comments) The developed nations must help developing countries to improve and enforce a better meaning and practice of efficient and effective security systems to cope with their emerging challenges.

Monday, November 3, 2008
Nepal: Non-Madhesis Occupied Madhesi Quota: An Open Challenge to Constitution
The concerned parties and affiliated authorities should be careful and need to work immediately on this issue; otherwise it could add another tension over the Madhes conflict.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Empower Home Administration in Nepal
Nepal is suffering with lawlessness, and even our Government presence is in crisis in entire rural areas. Therefore, immediate empowerment of Home Affairs through restructure, reengineering, and betterment in legal, structural, financial, physical, personnel, academic, and development areas are most essential.

Friday, September 12, 2008
Conflict Sensitive Strategy in Nepal
Nepal Government should immediately impose a rule or directive to adopt the conflict sensitive strategy into practice in entire development or possible administrative sectors of Nepal.

Saturday, August 30, 2008
The Prejudiced Nepalese Media and Anti-Khas Madhesis
(2 comments) The nationalization and mainstreaming of Hindi in Nepal is not well received among Nepalese citizens due to neocolonial grand design of India. Madhesis will not agree to lose their mother tongue and promote or accept Hindi as a means of common language of communication in Madhes region at any cost.

Sunday, July 13, 2008
Communalism Is Superior to Nationalism
Nepal Minister of Home Affairs: Communalism is superior to, and influences insurgency more than, nationalism. The higher degree or intensive influences of communalism are dangerous to sustainable peace and security. It can adversely affect social harmony in pluralistic society. But communalism can be managed by adequately addressing economic discrimination and political exclusion, and by preserving ethnic heritages.

Thursday, December 20, 2007
Seeds of Ethno-Civil War in Terai
There are many issues of concern in contemporary Nepali politics, including the stalled peace process. A new twist is visible now with the resignation of some Madhesi lawmakers. Some say that the senior leaders of seven-party alliance must be blamed for pushing Madheshi ethno political movement one-step forward to the separation of Nepal or the formation of a new nation in the South Asian periphery.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007
Guerrilla's Merger into Army? : Unfortunate!
It is about Nepal concerning the Guerrilla's Merger into Army issue. It is very research based strategic article with suitable solution, so it is very significant and worthy.


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