Propelling Speed: Motorsports to Lead Nepal’s Adventurous Sports Journey

NL Today

Kathmandu: Nepal, known for its stunning landscapes from the green plains of the Terai to

Nepal Needs a Dedicated Climate Law

Ritesh Panthee

Kathmandu: The impacts of climate change are posing unprecedented challenges to Nepal’s environment, economy, and

Investing in Health, Investing in Nepal
Saugat Pratap KC and Ghanshyam Gautam

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic’s severe effects, governments throughout the world have raised health

World Health Day: My health beyond the horizon of rights
Niraj Shrestha

This year the theme of the World Health Day is ‘My health, my right’. The

Nepal can have its own Raisina Dialogue. Here is how
Simone Galimberti

Over the years, the Raisina Dialogue has become the top forum in South Asia to

Tuberculosis in Nepal: Status, Achievement and Challenges
Dr Sampurna Kakchapati

Today is World Tuberculosis Day. Tuberculosis (TB) remains a significant global public health concern, impacting

Nepal Investment Summit 2024: Charting Nepal’s Economic Course
Dipti Ghimire

On November 26, then Finance Minister Prakash Sharan Mahat shared plans for the nation’s upcoming

Changing mindsets: Let’s make ear and hearing care a reality for all! 
Saima Wazed

Each year, on March 03, we observe World Hearing Day to raise awareness on how

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

Combatting the threat of rising NCDs in Nepal
Merry Jha

Non-communicable diseases (NCDs), also known as chronic diseases, refer to a group of conditions that

What is the luxury of life?
Sergio Shumsher JB Rana

In a world abundant with material possessions and desires, coupled with humanity’s unending quest for

Is Nepal’s National Human Rights Commission really weak? What can be done to make it more functioning and relevant?
Shrawan Adhikari and Simone Galimberti

“The National Human Rights Commission, established as an independent statutory body in 2000, has now