America is no longer the land of opportunity. ‘‘Justice for all’’ is being replaced by ‘‘justice for those who can afford it’’ and the number of people who can afford it is rapidly diminishing. Increasing inequality has already reached its “intolerable” level. Society is divided and polarized. Polarisation of labour force has meant that more… Continue reading A painful experience of an innocent girl
Early this morning eyes went to a news analysis on pension strike and salary of the VCs of the UK’s universities published by the Guardian “Vice-chancellors simply cannot justify the fact they are paid many times more than their local council and NHS trust chief executives, at a time when their own staff have been… Continue reading UK University Pension Strike: Creating Fairer Society!
In Nepal, finally, a senior medical doctor, named Dr. Govinda KC, was arrested by the police when he was in unto death hunger strike. Since a long, he has been fighting against corruption and unaccountable governance in medical sector especially the licensing practice of medical colleges where the basic conditions of licensing are unchecked. The main… Continue reading Justice: A bizarre coincidence
Nepal has gone through the political quagmire and uncertainty since a long. This is not only a case of specific country but also a notable problem of the homeland of more than half of the world’s population. Those countries and their hard working honest people are suffering from the by-products of global ‘aid, trade, security… Continue reading Global Development: Reasons behind the Region’s Instability
Let me share some facts behind the Brexit very quickly. There is 65.14 million population in the UK but only 17, 410, 742 voters voted for the Brexit that means about 48 million British did not provide an input on Brexit. However, the majority are being ruled by the minority, Is not it? Similarly, another… Continue reading Hidden Facts Behind the Brexit
In the liberal society, people's participation in development through the political process is an important approach. Elections, company’s shares, non-governmental entities, developing and sharing opinion are the best ways of participation. In a public lecture program, ‘Democracy and Social Decisions’ organized by the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI), Nobel laureate and Lamont Professor Amartya Sen… Continue reading Mocking Democracy in Twenty First Century: Wrong Majoritarian System?