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Let’s work together: Civil society organisations and the government should try to become better friends, by Prakash Bhattarai and Samikshya Bhattarai (kp 12/03/2017)

'Civil society should support Election Commission' (rep 02/03/2017)

CSOs in a loktantrik Nepal: A democratic polity should look for ways to further allow Nepali citizens to fully enjoy their fundamental right to organise, by Pratyoush Onta and Avash Bhandari (kp 10/02/2017)

‘Civil society should step in to end impasse’ (ht 01/02/2017)

Civil society urges government to announce local election date (kp 23/11/2016)

Transitional Period Role Of Civil Society Organisations, by Uttam Maharjan (rn 27/10/2016)

Silent and divided: As things stand, most public intellectuals hesitate to take sides even on issues that do not require any ifs and buts, by Mahabir Paudyal (rep 28/09/2016), Emerging consensus: The silver lining in the murky skies of Nepali politics is the national consensus at common people’s level, by Aditya Man Shrestha and Dwarika Nath Dhungel (rep 28/09/2016)

Culture of silence: Common people’s ability to speak out against injustices has qualitatively declined over the years, by Jainendra Jeevan (kp 18/09/2016)

A critical civil society: Identity-based politics will continue to intensify and inclusiveness will often be professed but rarely implemented, by Ajaya Bhadra Khanal (kp 17/08/2016)

Role of civil society: Revitalization need, by Dipendra Gautam (ht 25/07/2016)

Civil Society Organisations: In Nepal Is Space For Engagement Shrinking?, by Mukti Rijal (rn 07/07/2016)

Civil Society In Nepal: Role In Democratisation Of The State, by Mukti Rijal (rn 16/06/2016)

Call for Dixit’s immediate release (kp 26/04/2016)

CEDAW convention: Civil society to send alternate report (kp 19/04/2016)

Civil society calls on govt to expedite reconstruction works (ht 14/04/2016)

Civil society demands proportional representation of Dalit community (ht 21/02/2016)

Out with the old: Nepal’s civil society is now more of a hurdle than a contributor to creating an accountable and just society, by Bidushi Dhungel (nt 12/02/2016)

Beyond just voice: A stronger civil society could provide constructive  solutions to the country's political problems, by Prakash Bhattarai (kp 27/10/2015)

Civil society members urge govt to find political solution (ht 24/09/2015)

Civil society calls for genuine dialogue (kp 13/09/2015)

Prez told about flaws in constitution: Doesn’t comply with Interim Constitution and spirit of past movements, say civil society members (ht 13/07/2015)

‘Civil society’s role crucial for recovery’ (kp 01/07/2015)

Civil society seeks role in post-quake recovery: Civil society organisations issue a declaration demanding an environment conducive to post-quake reconstruction (kp 25/06/2015)

Citizenship issue: Civil society concerned over PDCC report (kp 14/06/2015)

Reimagining civil society: NGOs have helped communities assert their rights but left much to be desired on the responsibility front, by Pranab Kharel (kp 02/06/2015)

Youths ‘turn their back’ on govt (kp 02/04/2015)

Civil society against oppn protests (kp 18/03/2015)

Civil society condemns YCL demonstrations (kp 26/02/2015)

Will facilitate talks: Civil society (kp 02/02/2015), Constitution must address both NC-UML and Maoist agendas, interview with Daman Nath Dhungana (kp 02/02/2015)

Reward and responsibility: With public figures, we must encourage brave, practical decisions while shaming selfish, political ones, by Sophia Khatun Tamot (kp 16/12/2014)

Civil Society Alliance For Nutrition, by Jhabindra Bhandari (rn 09/06/2014)

FES: Citizens in State Building (sp 09/05/2014)

Crucible of civil society: Traditionally entrenched forms of identity often interfere with the functioning of non-state organisations, by Gérard Toffin (sp 31/03/2014)

Chinese Army pledges Rs 500m aid to NA (kp 22/02/2014)

Madhesi parties draw civil society’s fire (ht 08/02/2014)

Public eyes needed: The civil society should be involved in closely monitoring the economy, by Bhoj Raj Poudel (rep 06/01/2014)

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