Nepal could still be rescued

Many of my readers and well-wishers know very well how strongly I have continued to argue, along with numerous like-minded friends, that transforming Nepal within our lifetime is impossible without first laying the foundation for […]

Nepal Literature Festival 2017 concludes

By Book Worm Foundation–After nearly 40 sessions spread out over four days at the banks of the Phewa Lake, the Nepal Literature Festival 2017 ended on January 30 with a huge crowd thronging the venue […]

Corruption and manipulated impeachment

Dear Brothers and Sisters–It is well-known that I had assumed the position of the Chief Commissioner of the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) at time of interim transition period in our […]

A decade of Sakura Dormitory Pokhara

First of all, we’d like to announce that our 10th Anniversary of Sakura Dormitory was officially verified by our Foreign Ministry of Japan as one of their important events held in this commemorative year of […]

Lekhnath itself can be a Metrocity

By Rup Narayan Dhakal: After a concept of greater Pokhara- incorporating Lekhnath Municipality into Pokhara Sub-Metropolitan City, there is surfaced a debate of merging those two cities to make a metrocity. The concept sounds good […]

Subway Survey of Lesser adjutant Stork in Rupandehi

By Prashant Ghimire–Introduction: The lesser adjutant stork (Leptoptilos javanicus) belongs to the order Ciconiiformes, suborder Ciconiae, family Ciconiidae, and tribe Leptoptilni (giant storks), which consist of six species in three genera―Ephippiorhynchus, Jabiru, and Leptoptilos (Elliot, […]

Decent work and Forest Worker in Nepal

By Ritika Prasai–Introduction: According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), the concept of decent work embodies the aspirations of people in their working lives. It involves opportunities for productive work that delivers a fair income, […]

The way like Bhotias in Upper Mustang

By Rup Narayan Dhakal: I still remember those days of my childhood that some people used to come to my village to sell Jimmu, sewing needles, threads and black salt when the winter season began. They […]

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