Snakebite: A neglected menace claiming thousands of lives annually in Nepal

NL Today

Kathmandu: Some six months ago in Buddhabhumi Municipality in Kapilvastu, a 12-year-old boy was taken

Unveiling Nepal’s protectionist paradox: Bootleggers, baptists, and consumer consequences

Subhekshya Ghimire

The economic policies in Nepal are entangled around the dynamics of protectionism. Foreign trade in

Understanding religion and politics of Ayodhya
Sergio Shumsher JB Rana

In the late 1980s, a tiny city settled on the banks of the hauntingly mystical

What should Nepal prioritize during the upcoming investment summit?
Simone Galimberti

There is no doubt that foreign investments are essential for a country like Nepal. That’s

Interview | “Nepal Investment Summit will be an opportunity to showcase projects and reform initiatives to attract FDI”: Baikuntha Aryal, Chief Secretary 
Pushpa Raj Acharya

Kathmandu: Five years after hosting the second Nepal Investment Summit (NIS), the government is gearing

“Say no to tobacco”: How possible is it in Nepal?
Rhishav Sapkota

On November 28, 2023, Kathmandu Metropolitan City issued a statement prohibiting the sale of tobacco

Interview | “The primary challenge in Nepal is limited training centers for doctors,” says Prof. Dr. C. Palanivelu
NL Today

Kathmandu: Prof. Dr. C. Palanivelu is a pioneer in the field of laparoscopic surgery in

Why the ‘US-funded’ MCC projects in Nepal must break away from the cycles of delays and cost overruns
Mahabir Paudyal

Prolonged delays and cost overruns are the major setbacks bedeviling Nepal’s infrastructure projects–including the national

Towards genuine gender equality in Nepal’s politics
Dipti Ghimire

Differences between men and women have existed forever. Despite living in a time that claims

COP28: Hits and Misses
Bhagirath Yogi

London: Former US Vice President-turned- environmentalist, Al Gore, lamented on Monday that COP28 was going

A look into social security of the government of Nepal
Aarashi Ghimire

From a strictly South Asian perspective, Nepal is the third country to initiate some form

Experts blame centralized mindsets and bureaucracy for poor implementation of federalism
NL Today

Kathmandu: The nation appears to be witnessing probably the first large protests against the current

Nepal’s WHO debacle: The inside story
NL Today

Kathmandu: Effective diplomacy is a prerequisite for any country’s vibrant presence in international fora. Sadly,

Interview | ‘Now is the time to effectively implement the Nepal Building Code:’ Suresh Hada, Senior Engineer
NL Today

Engineer Suresh Hada, currently the Director of Robust Consulting Engineers Pty Ltd based in Melbourne,