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  • Investors should not always pass all risks to government

    The government is hosting the second investment summit on March 29-30 to draw the attention of foreign investors towards Nepal. The event is being held at a time when Nepal has not been able to attrac...

  • EDITORIAL: Challenging task

    The government has just launched a highly-challenging Prime Minister Employment Programme (PMEP), hoping to ease the huge unemployment problem of the country to some degree. ...

  • Commercial agriculture: Some positive signs

    Agriculture practices have dramatically changed in recent years in Nepal, as we have seen some changes in the use of technology, production system, crops/commodities and their cultivars and machinery....

  • Spring skin problems

    It is a known fact that sunlight is essential for survival of living beings. The sun is also the major source of ultraviolet and visible radiation. Ultraviolet rays (200 to 400nm wavelength) can have ...

  • At soaring rate, Nepalis seeking jobs abroad come home dead

    A tiny young woman crouches just outside the airport, crying softly into her thin shawl. It's cold, but her sleeping toddler is warm in her arms....

  • EDITORIAL: Timely initiative

    While big businesses find it less difficult to absorb the shocks and recover, small operators find the challenge much more difficult...

  • Managing combatants, a rider for power sharing?

    KATHMANDU: With the election of Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal on May 24 to the post of Prime Minister, Nepali Congress president floated the idea...

  • Lentil production up, prices too

    Kathmandu, July 21: The retail price of lentils have risen subsequently in the domestic market over the last decade. According to a report, although the...

  • Procrastination steals time

    Most respondents point out that procrastination does not pay. They urge that we try finishing responsibilities on time It is said that procrastination is the...