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Tourism Industry Needs To Focus on Domestic Tourism

Since Nepal resumes domestic flights and limited international flights by following health and safety protocols, there is some sign of tourism revival as people have started traveling to different tourism destinations. The...

The Rape Case Of Bajhang: Let The Culprit Be Punished

When the murderer of Nirmala Panta hasn't yet been found out, another tragic incident happened in Bajhang. A 12-year-old Samjhana B.K of Masta Gaupalika was raped and cruelly murdered.

If You Can’t Encourage Her, Don’t Even Insult And Judge Too

It was Bob Marley who declared: “Who are you to judge the life I live? I know I’m not perfect — and I don’t live to be — but before you...

Raise The Monthly Pay Of Female Cricketers

The Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN), the Nepal's cricket governing body has graded 18 Men & 19 Women cricketers in three categories under its central contract. Men cricketers...

Let There Be Law In Nepal That Requires Every Student To Plant 10 Trees...

The rate of deforestation is rapid in Nepal. According to a study, Nepal lost 46,000 hectares of its forest cover between 2001 and 2016. Nepal has total tree covered...

Yuwaraj Khatiwada: Lucky Man Enjoying Endless Top Position

Kathmandu , Nepal - Yuwaraj Khatiwada, former Finance, and Communication Minister and now a special economic advisor to Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is a lucky man as he is enjoying an...

Gender : A distinction or A Pseudo Concept of Differences

In my first rendezvous with Tara, I found her looking forlornly at the red-painted sky. Sky is never painted red, it is blue I thought. This portrayal of red colored sky could never fit...

You Are What You Eat

When I was growing up in army cantonments, meat was on our table every day. It was taken for granted that military men ate meat because they were “real” men. In my...

WHO South-East Asia Region To Discuss Transition To New Normal

Participating in the Seventy Third Regional Committee Session of WHO South-East Asia on 9 – 10 September, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Health Ministers from Member countries of the WHO South East Asia...

If Lockdown Continues, More People Will Die Of Hunger, Instead Of Coronavirus

As the coronavirus cases and death tolls surge, in an effort to contain it, Nepal government mulls for yet another lock down. The authorities extended the lockdown in an effort to contain...

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65 Years Of Nepal-China Relations

Nepal and China established diplomatic relations on August 1, 1955, although people-to-people relations date back to thousands of years. Both the societies...

Nepal’s Citizenship Predicament

The parliamentary State Affairs and Good Governance Committee endorsed an amendment bill on the Citizenship Act 2006, with the provision that foreign...

My Letter To Nepal

One of the most cherished phases of my childhood is the five years that my family lived in Kathmandu, Nepal. My father...

Sustainable Development Starts with Children

NEW YORK – “Our house is on fire,” warned the teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg at last year’s World Economic Forum meeting in Davos. Her pointed...