Profile of Kanak Mani Dixit
What does India's interfence in domestic politics mean for Nepal? A lot, writes Kanak Mani Dixit
A magazine that challenged nationalist establishments could not hope to access the mass market.
The Gujral Doctrine, symbolising magnanimity, is a hazy memory in Nepal now.
Democracy in Nepal has survived but that would be of little use if the current political culture is not turned on its head.
Nepal's experiment with anarchy and democracy holds a lesson for India—how autonomised regions of India could evolve.
To achieve your big power status, shed regional paranoia
Dynasties rule the world over but nowhere more than in South Asia
Nepal's Maoists must forget the gun, remember free speech
From their safe distance, metropolis analysts can play either/or
It will be good if Nepal’s lazy, grasping politicians wake up
Under PM Modi’s government, with his relaxed attitude towards industry as well as increased consumption of the ‘aspirational middle class’, the air pollution is about to take a quantum leap
Prominent Nepali citizens welcome the foreign secretary's clarifications as a "corrective to the error evident in the Indian government's initial welcome note"