Published on: Nov 23, 2018
The book offers a strong ideological contestation over the very definition of corruption. It sees corruption as a social and moral challenge, or a symptom of integrity failure. ‘Unbridled individualism’ is fostering it. Societal values and norms need serious attention in our efforts to build integrity.
By Hiramani Ghimire | Nov 23, 2018
The Nepal Britain Society is a friendship society established in 1964 and is over fifty years. Over the years, we have conducted many interesting functions and also have done social work and given money to many charities. We have also promoted the theater, art and music.
By Pratima Pande | Nov 23, 2018
Politicians in the House are busy performing political acrobats without the support of rational arguments to cover all the issues people are facing in the country. Each party looks selective in sorting data that only supports the predisposition already embedded in their head by their political agenda. Populism is based on exploiting the wide ignorance of people.
By Deepak Raj Joshi | Nov 23, 2018
International Men’s Day is celebrated on November 19 every year. It perhaps is uncommon knowledge because nothing else can justify the demand of some people for a day especially dedicated to celebrating men and their accomplishments, akin to Women’s Day held on March 8.
By Aditi Aryal | Nov 23, 2018
The inaugural session was commenced by The Honourable Vice President of India, Shri M Venkaiah Naidu, alongside Dr Kiran Kumar, Former Chairman of ISRO and Lt Gen DB Shekatkar, president of FINS. During the conference, over 30 presentations were delivered by an impressive array of scientists, academicians and diplomats on different space related subjects, such as space security, space tourism, the issue of space debris and challenges and opportunities of space partnership.
By A Correspondent | Nov 24, 2018
After years of high fertility rates and high growth of population, Nepal’s population scenario is rapidly changing. With the decline of fertility rate and birthrate, there is a gradual but drastic decline of the young population. If the government does not take actions, Nepal will be an aged society by 2054 from a younger nation.
By Keshab Poudel | Nov 24, 2018