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With the second wave of COVID 19 and injunction and probably a lockdown 2.0 on its way in Nepal, we are faced with the situation of keeping us indoors. Thanks to the News and TV channels we are constantly reminded that graphs of COVID cases and deaths are rising exponentially. And thanks to the OTT […]

July 17, 2017- These days market, media and masses are heated by an extensive coverage of Dr. Govinda K.C.’s hunger strike. This issue has been highlighted in the media in such a way and to such an extent as if it is the only issue confronted by present day Nepal.  Due to mixing up of […]

June 6, 2017- Any party, existing in a democratic system, can be a part of the government through the electoral process. In a parliamentary system, it is normal for a party who has won some seats to either choose to be in government or remain in opposition based on the coalition they are part of. […]

(Bishnu Nepal) Kathmandu – One of the effective ways of reducing tobacco consumption is to spike up tobacco tax. A joint study by the World Bank and the World Health Organization recently conducted in various countries including South Africa, the Philippines, Thailand, New Zealand America and Britain shows that even a 10 per cent increment […]

President Xi Jinping and other delegates and guests take a group photo during the opening session of the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in Beijing, on May 14, 2017. XU JINGXING/CHINA DAILY -By Bernard Yeung Assuming the chairmanship of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in 2018, Singapore’s priority for the regional bloc […]

Jul 17, 2017- With the Gulf crisis showing no sign of resolution, the number of aspiring Nepali migrants seeking a permit to work in Qatar has plummeted sharply. An official at the Department of Foreign Employment (DoFE) estimated a decline of nearly 25 percent since the diplomatic row began in the region early last month. […]