If you are a Nepali and not residing in your country of origin, you could be forgiven for being confused about where your hometown is now. Of course Nepal’s geography has not changed overnight. But you must be wondering which province you now belong to.
The confusion is obvious after the main parties agreed to form 11 provinces, which are now nameless, and to an extent, boundary-less, along with deciding on the governance structure which, at its best, is complex and would require selfless politicians at the top to make it work. And as we know, a selfless politician is a mythical creature.