Bangladesh On Path Of Asian Tigers10 Jan, 2020
For the first time, I had come across the name of Bangladesh when I was studying
Hotels Enough To Host 2.5m Tourists01 Jan, 2020
The country is celebrating Visit Nepal Year 2020 with the slogan of 'Lifetime Experiences' setting a target to host 2 million foreign tourists in the next twelve months.
State 3 enacts law to benefit journalists27 Dec, 2019
As the fourth estate, media is an autonomous institution that has the responsibility of diss
No justice for sexually abused boys26 Dec, 2019
Sexual violence against boys is something that people tend to overlook due to societal norms and values. The male gender is personified by the society in such a way that they are considered to be only an offender in the sexual abuse cases, and not a victim.
India’s Cartographic Manipulation Of Nepali Territory A Case Of Limpiyadhura To Lipulek20 Dec, 2019
The current territorial issue between Nepal and India involving some 400 sq.
Clifford, everybody’s favorite big red dog, gets a reboot07 Dec, 2019
Who’s your favorite big red dog? If you have one, chances are his name is Clifford. Scholastic Entertainment is rebooting the TV series about the giant dog with an equally large heart this week on Amazon Prime Video and PBS, the latter his home since the early aughts.
Reinforcing Pillars Of Development06 Dec, 2019
With the promulgation of new constitution and subsequent three-tier elections, Nepal formally adopted the federal system.
East Nepal's Beauty06 Dec, 2019
After an interregnum of a decade or so, I joined with my family members to freak out briefly towards the eastern part of Nepal especially Ilam,
Safe-motherhood laws vital to ensure expectant mothers’ rights05 Dec, 2019
Pregnancy is the most crucial phase in every woman's life, both, physically and emotionally. During pregnancy, expectant mothers require utmost care from everyone around her, especially from her family, colleagues and health service providers.
Do Care For Yourself29 Nov, 2019
We have seen women of all ages struggling to fit in the ‘perfect’ label created by the society. Some women completely forget themselves to fulfill their family’s demands. Women have a never-ending checklist of household chores and go to bed exhausted instead of asking for help. Women work tirelessly to ensure the wellbeing of their families, only to forget about their health and happiness.
Talk With Your Kids29 Nov, 2019
Evolution put us on top of the food chain and we gave ourselves the title of "Most intelligent species". What set us apart from all the billons of known and unknown creatures of the world was language, our innate ability to communicate using words to satisfy our needs. However, this asset of humans is slowly losing its value as we communicate more with our phones than we do with each other. As adults, we are passing on this trend to our children whose sponge-like minds are ready to soak in the new...
Chinese assistance plays crucial role in development of energy sector: Minister Pun25 Nov, 2019
Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation Barsha Man Pun today said that assistances from the government of China play an important role in the development of energy sector of Nepal.
Industry Minister pledges for industry-friendly atmosphere22 Nov, 2019
Minister for Industry, Commerce and Supplies Lekhraj Bhatta has assured that the government would move ahead in a planned way for the development of the industrial sector.
Partisan politics plagues education sector22 Nov, 2019
Politicisation of the education sector has been blamed for the declining quality of education over the years.
Annapurna’s scenic beauty mesmerises trekkers19 Nov, 2019
Popularly known as ABC, Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) is one of major tourism hotspots in Nepal. Surrounded by several snow-clad mountains, the 4,130-metre high base camp welcomes a lot of trekkers and nature lovers from across the world annually.
Diplomatic offensive a must to solve Kalapani issue15 Nov, 2019
India, Nepal’s southern neighbour that is 22 times bigger than the latter, has once again shown its hegemonic character.
Bangladeshi President visiting Nepal from Nov 12 to 1509 Nov, 2019
President of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Md. Abdul Hamid, is paying an official goodwill visit to Nepal at the invitation of President Bidya Devi Bhandari from November 12 to 15.
Back To Square One08 Nov, 2019
Education in Nepal began from Gurukul education system where 'gurus' used to teach the students and they
Importance Of Women Education In Nepal08 Nov, 2019
Education plays a vital role in the development of human society.