Monthly Archives: August 2016

Shrinking civic space in policy making a matter of serious concern

RSS COMMENTARY –Narayan Prasad Ghimire KATHMANDU, Aug 7: The National Mass Communications Policy recently introduced and endorsed by the government has led to debates and discussions among the stakeholders. It is now being scrutinized from all concerned quarters to check

Capitalize microfinance for transformation of lives at margin

RSS COMMENTARY –Krishna Sapkota Kathmandu, August 4: The Monetary Policy recently unveiled by Nepal Rastra Bank for the fiscal year 2073-74 BS has created ripple among the microfinance bankers and practitioners mainly due to its tough stance on interest spread

With a ‘botched’ first innings, will Dahal deliver in second stint as PM?

RSS COMMENTARY –Pritam Bhattarai Kathmandu, July 30: Going against the long ‘customary practice’ requiring Nepal’s Prime Minister to pay his or her first official visit to India, then Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal in 2008 chose to make his first

Of impulsive leaders, erratic governance and an unstable Nepal

RSS COMMENTARY –By Manoj Karki Kathmandu, July 27: Forms of governance was one of the major contentious issues in course of the almost six-year-long constitution making process that began in Nepal following the 2008 Constituent Assembly elections. The design of