New model for Karnali’s development in pipeline17 Feb, 2020
Karnali State ranks last in Human Development Index (HDI). Around 52 per cent of people in the State fall under the multipronged poverty line.
Policy level decision needs to be defined clearly10 Feb, 2020
On February 5, the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA), had filed a multi-million-rupee corruption charge sheet against 175 people over an illegal land ownership transfer case of Baluwatar, popular as Lalita Niwas case.
Impunity to those involved in corruption is not acceptable03 Feb, 2020
The ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has been widely criticised for being deviating from the spirit of communism. The leaders within the party also seem to be divided whether the party should follow the erstwhile CPN-UML’s political ideology or the Maoists Centre’s.
Education should produce qualified, civilised citizens27 Jan, 2020
Nepal’s education is now in a transitional phase. A sort of mess could be seen in the education system,
IT Bill can be corrected if there are weaknesses20 Jan, 2020
The statement of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli that there is no editors in Nepal who have
PN Shah should be recognised founder of unified Nepal13 Jan, 2020
The 298th Prithvi Jayanti was marked amidst public enthusiasm on Sunday to pay tribute to the late King Prithvi Narayan Shah, the architect and unifier of modern Nepal. Many hail his bravery, extraordinary capability and vision for the unification that he showed immediately after ascending the throne at the age of 20.
National Security Policy updated as per political context06 Jan, 2020
Ishwar Pokharel is Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence in the present government led by Prime Minister Oli of the Nepal Communist Party. The government is completing its two years in office on February 15, 2020. DPM Pokharel, who is also the chief of the department of school of the N
Spotlight On Unrivalled Tourism Resources01 Jan, 2020
The much-awaited Visit Nepal Year (VNY) 2020 is being launched in all the seven States across the country today. The national tourism campaign has brought high hopes to all the stakeholders associated with the tourism industry as the nation has set an ambitious target of welcoming 2 million international tourists by 2020.
VNY 2020 is starting of long, continuous process30 Dec, 2019
To tap the immense tourism potential and promote the country as a multi-purpose tourism destination,
Korea will strive to transfer industrial technology to Nepal27 Dec, 2019
As one of the key development partners of Nepal, the Republic of Korea (RoK) has been assisting the former in a number of areas ranging from
Days are over for land mafia to capture public land23 Dec, 2019
Practice of grabbing and encroaching the public and government land has been increasing in the country. The government, for the past few months, has been working to collect the data of the public and private land and freeing them from the clutch of land-mafia.
16 to 18 additional international flights needed to welcome 2m tourists16 Dec, 2019
The Country is marking "The Tourism Year 2020" with the theme of Life Time Experience. The government and private stakeholders are working hard to make the NTY a success. In this backdrop, Deepak Raj Joshi, chief executive officer of Nepal Tourism Board, Khum Bahadur Subedi, president of Trekking Agencies' Association of Nepal (TAAN), and Binayak Shah, 1st Vice President of Hotel Association Nepal ,shared their views on different aspects of the national event at the weekly Gorkhapatra Sambad...
Nepal should enhance its interaction with Indian economy10 Dec, 2019
The relations between Nepal and India, which saw the lowest ebb in 2015 border blockade, were taken to newer heights in the last couple of years. But another issue has emerged following a new map published by India that included Kalapani and Lipulek in Indian territory. Though many good projects such as Arun III, Integrated Check Posts, Postal Highway and cross-border railways are being developed with Indian support, the border issue has the chance of souring bilateral relations yet again. In this...
Feminism not a fight between men and women09 Dec, 2019
The country is now marking 16 Days of Activision against Gender-Based Violence from November 25 to December 10 with the theme, “Generation Equality Stands against Rape.” The government has announced to mark Nepali year 2076 B.S. as the year to end the gender-based violence in Nepal along with the announcement for the National Plan of Action.
Country needs overhaul in infrastructure development system02 Dec, 2019
Infrastructure development is a cross-cutting issue for both social and economic development of any country, but in terms of Nepal it has become a contentious topic as the critical infrastructure construction is not completed in time.
Ministers were changed not because they were incapable25 Nov, 2019
Bishnu Rimal, Chief Advisor to Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, talked with the Gorkhapatra daily and The Rising Nepal on various issues ranging from the government’s performances, PM’s health and the party unity, and Nepal-India border dispute in the weekly Gorkhapatra Sambad on Sunday. Excerpts:
Transparency key to end medical education maladies18 Nov, 2019
The government and the entrepreneurs who have invested in medical education sectors have been stressing the need for developing Nepal as a hub of medical education.
We have strong evidences to claim our territory11 Nov, 2019
The entire country is looking up to the government to resolve the Kalapani border issue with India as the southern neighbour published a map showing Kalapani area in its territory.
Investment has been mobilised in key sectors: Dr. Khatiwada04 Nov, 2019
He is confident that the economy would be further propelled by the increased investment, business opportunities, execution of development project and social security policies. Responding to the questions of the journalists at the weekly Gorkhapatra Sambad, Dr. Khatiwada talked about the overall scenario of the economy and prospects. Excerpts:
Position sharing based on political affiliation bad for education: Pokharel26 Oct, 2019
Many of them do return. Students with different natures go abroad for higher education. Students with certain nature return. Firstly, we have to create a situation so that all Nepali students can obtain quality higher education in home. We are wasting a huge amount of resource by sending