Restore The Image Of TU24 Oct, 2019
Tribhuvan University has been stuck in a fix due to dilemma over the appointment of vice chancellor.
NRNs As Development Partners24 Oct, 2019
The ninth NRN (Non-Resident Nepali) Conference was held in Kathmandu from October 15 to 17.
Stadiums Or Clinics?24 Oct, 2019
Malawi’s government wants to construct two stadiums for private football clubs.
Green Investment Plan For Europe23 Oct, 2019
There are added complications from international politics.
Happiness Is Choice23 Oct, 2019
Is happiness attainable? Are we living a rewarding life? If we are not, we need to create changes in our lifestyle. It is high time we evaluate our work, family and social life and determine whether we are truly happy. Then we ought to strive towards attaining a joyful life.
Civic Edifice Of National Identity22 Oct, 2019
Civic edifice is the mark of civilisation. It is nourished by Vidya,
Battle Of Fading Hegemons22 Oct, 2019
Almost a decade ago, China bulls like Martin Jacques and I predicted the rise of the People’s Republic at the expense of a declining United States. Today, with the two superpowers unabashedly jostling for hegemony – their trade war being just one sign of this
Increasingly Aggressive22 Oct, 2019
India’s economy has been slowing down, so Modi’s reputation as a dynamic economic reformer is suffering. Promises of millions of new manufacturing or the eradication of corruption and black money have not come true. In view of mass frustration, Modi’s party, the BJP, is resorting to Islamophobia.
Imran’s Upgraded Profile21 Oct, 2019
In a marked boost to his international profile, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan, a few weeks after making a stirring 50-minute extempore address at the United Nations in September, found himself playing role of a mediator between two oil-rich Muslim countries - Iran and Saudi Arabia last week. He drew thumping appreciation from large sections of the delegates.
Corporations Are Destroying Amazon21 Oct, 2019
Most of the reporting on the fires raging in the Amazon tries to identify the guilty parties.
Train Dogs With Food21 Oct, 2019
A growing body of research says the easiest and most effective way to train dogs is with food rewards.
Nepal-China Relations Understanding Strategic Partnership20 Oct, 2019
In the aftermath of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s historic visit (Oct. 12-13) to Nepal, diverse opinions have come to the fore regarding its outcome. Indubitably,
Controlling Air Pollution In Kathmandu Valley19 Oct, 2019
Researchers say that the bowl-shaped topography of the Kathmandu Valley does not permit air to outflow which has increased the vulnerability of air pollution.
Limitations And Opportunities18 Oct, 2019
The much-awaited state visit to Nepal by President of the People's Republic of China Xi Jinping has concluded.
Financial Technology Storm Brewing In Nepal18 Oct, 2019
A few statistics are very compelling for banking revolution in Nepal. More than 65 per cent of the population is below 35 years of age, 45 per cent of the population is not yet banked, cell phone subscription is more than 1.3 times the population of the country and 65 per cent of the population have access to the internet with the government aiming for 100 per cent by 2024.