Monthly Archives: June 2016

Austrian who takes Nepal as ‘second home’ lending hands to rebuild a remote village in Dolakha

(By Pabitra Guragain) Kathmandu, June 29: When Josef Einwaller came to Nepal for the first time in 1988 as a tourist, he was mesmerized by the natural beauty of this Himalayan nation situated at the lap of Mount Everest. Since

Female journalists braving all odds to continue in the media profession

RSS COMMENTARY (Pabitra Guragain) KATHMANDU: She is a journalist from Jajarkot. She writes for a local daily newspaper. But she is rarely paid for her work. As a result, she is forced to also work simultaneously as a teacher at

SLC 2016: Iron Gate finally comes falling down

(By Manoj Karki) KATHMANDU: The results of the School Leaving Certificate (SLC) examinations were something that hundreds of thousands of students and their parents early awaited at the end of every academic year in the country. With the SLC results

‘Smart for revolution, weak at consolidation’

(Narayan Prasad Ghimire) Sunsari, June 24th 2016 : With the passage of 10 years after the signing of comprehensive peace agreement, how the national politics has fared and how the peace process is dealt and future course set are interesting

Meaningful public participation in budget process: the sooner the better

RSS COMMENTARY -By Krishna Sapkota KATHMANDU: Amidst the Kathmandu-centric protests of Federal Alliance – comprising Madhesi and ethnicity-based parties – demanding rewriting of the constitution and rumours of change in guard lately, the government unveiled the national budget for the