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Peace and compassion: Unfortunately today, most people are doing the opposite of what Buddha taught, by Prakash Bhattarai (kp 10/05/2017)

Oli’s follies: His words and actions have been unfair to some groups of Nepalis, including the Christians, by Ramesh Khatry (kp 27/04/2017)

The male pantheon: Though we have few highly revered goddesses, they are subordinate, not as mighty as their male partners, by Anjali Subedi (rep 01/03/2017)

Stronger nuns: Novice nuns in Nepal find themselves on an equal footing with monks in education and even kung fu, by Qiu Tian (nt 13/01/2017)

Cross in the land of the khukuri: It is unfair to doubt the patriotism of Christians, as they love this country just like other Nepalis, by David Kainee (kp 25/12/2016)

Christians demand X-Mas holiday (kp 17/12/2016), Christmas celebrations: Bells, carols; Govt: Public holiday Sunday (kp 25/12/2016)

Matehiya clash: Religious leaders call for restraint (kp 14/12/2016)

Christian population shoots up under secular state, by Ram Saran Tamang (rep 09/12/2016)

Mixed-religion families prone to frictions, by Devendra Basnet (rep 17/11/2016) [Extremely fictitious!]

Clinging to creed: A diverse country cannot live in peace and harmony by making one religion constitutionally superior to another, by Pramod Mishra (kp 10/11/2016)

Faith in miracles results in loss of life: Mental torture of 'possessed' alleged, by Devendra Basnet (rep 09/11/2016) [??]

Prez stresses need for establishing Vedic ideals (kp 21/10/2016)

Rival churches in Dang in scramble for followers, by Devendra Basnet (rep 01/09/2016)

Churches collecting 10 pc in God's name, by Devendra Basnet (rep 26/08/2016)

The cross they bear: Those concerned about religious conversion in Nepal should analyse properly why it is happening, by Uddhab Pyakurel (kp 11/08/2016)

Badis in Kailali turning to Christianity for variety of reasons, by Yogesh Rawal (rep 07/04/2016)

Korean movement gains political foothold in Nepal: South Korea’s Unification Church is affiliated to a Nepali political party that has a minister in the cabinet, by Seulki Lee (nt 01/04/2016)

Gift of Gita: The Gita is more than an ancient Hindu  scripture; it is the philosophy of life, by Byanjana Sharma (kp 13/03/2016)

Secularism in context: True freedom of religion is not neutrality to religions but equal treatment of all religions, by Robin Sharma (rep 01/03/2016)

Christian bodies spent millions on poor in Dang, by Devendra Basnet (rep 25/02/2016)

First contact: The Chepang people of Chitwan and their conversion to Christianity; Ostracised by elites and fed up by the government’s inaction, this impoverished community perhaps found themselves easily influenced by Christ’s stories relayed by people who brought them food and clothes, by Niranjan Kunwar (kp 02/01/2016)

Makwanpur folks turning Christian out of poverty, by Upendra Yadav (rep 09/08/2015)

Christianity spreads wings in midwest districts, by Bishwamani Pokharel and Devendra Basnet (rep 01/08/2015)

Speaking Of Faiths, Relief And Hunger, by Prem Khatry (rn 30/06/2015)

The saffron and the black: Religion in South Asia is understood as a ritualistic exercise, rather than an ethical search for meaning, by Pramod Mishra (kp 16/04/2015)

“First Nepali, then Catholic”: This Easter, Nepal’s Catholics fast for spiritual renewal, by Cynthia Choo and Stéphane Huët (nt 03/04/2015)

Gods and Gomas: Our politics is no different from god's politics; our self-centered "gods" only think of themselves, not of the 27 million Gomas, by Neelam Adhikari (rep 09/02/2015)

More than dozen hurt in Muslim settlement clash (kp 01/02/2015)

Christian by choice: Nepal’s democracy cannot be divorced from respect of human conscience and the freedom of opinion, by Jagdish Adhikari (kp 14/01/2015)

Good, bad and ugly: Some Christian missionaries act of selfless love but there are others in it for baser motives, by Giri Bahadur Sunar (rep 25/12/2014)

Complexity of faith: Religion is a complex dynamic force of human civilisation with potential for both good and evil, by Pramod Mishra (kp 25/12/2014)

Preaching the gospel to guerrillas: Ex-soldiers build peace by turning former enemies to follow the word of Jesus Christ, by Luke Pender (nt 21/11/2014)

Buddhist economics: Following the Buddhist concept of right livelihood can help maximise wellbeing for citizens, by Ashraya Dixit (kp 19/10/2014)

Navadurga priests angered by govt ‘negligence’: Unimpressed by President’s offerings, threaten to stop the annual ritual if their demands are not heard, by Anup Ojha (kp 08/10/2014)

For god's sake: Religious tolerance in Nepal applies only as long as followers of other faiths do not challenge the ascendancy of Hinduism, by Trishna Rana (ht 12/09/2014)

Taleju priests on warpath, want allowances revised (kp 06/09/2014), Priests halt Kumari worship to press pay hike demand, by Sangeet Sangroula (rep 06/09/2014)

Satanic verses: Religious conversion is the best bet for Dalits to emerge from discriminatory Hindu practices, by Rajendra Senchurey (rep 02/09/2014), Defending Hinduism: Senchurey's attempt to constrain Hinduism to some scriptures for the convenience of his criticism is truely pathetic, by Amendra Pokharel (rep 06/09/2014), Verses of discrimination: Vedas say one wjo knows Vedas should be respected but only Brahmins are allowed to read Vedas and become priests, by Rajendra Senchurey (rep 16/09/2014)

The day of the Elephant-God, by Nitya Pandey (rep 28/08/2014)

Niche religious cults, by Sewa Bhattarai (rep 01/08/2014)

Nepali Muslims in Kathmandu and elsewhere in Nepal, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 01/08/2014)

Sister deities, by Sangita Shrestha and Sabitri Dhakal (ht 19/07/2014)

SC orders order in Pashupati puja, offerings: Team to monitor whether devotees’ wishes are respected (ht 04/07/2014)

Ganesh Bhatta is new head priest of Pashupatinath Temple, by Pratibha Rawal (rep 17/06/2014)

PADT to list mobile priests to facilitate rituals in Pashupatinath temple (ht 09/06/2014)

Bhattas to resume special ritual from Thursday, by Pratibha Rawal (rep 21/05/2014)

Buddha and Buddhism in Nepal, by Dirgha Raj Prasai (pr 15/05/2014)

Young priests keep age-old tradition alive, by Pratibha Rawal (rep 14/05/2014)

Islam conference concludes in Nepal (nn 23/03/2014)

Child of mystery, by Sewa Bhattarai (rep 21/02/2014)

Converging faiths: Halesi temple needs an inclusive body consisting of people of different ethnicities and faiths, by Hari Shrestha (kp 05/01/2014)


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