Published on: Jan 26, 2019
With so many contradictions within, it will be no surprise to see a rebellion in a merger of unnatural communist allies - a party of violent militancy and another of electoral champions. At a time when foreign investors are fleeing the country one after another due to the unfriendly government policies, interestingly, prime minister K.P. Sharma Oli has gone to address World Economic Forum meeting in Davos
By Keshab Poudel | Jan 26, 2019
Communication in the country has improved. True, those persons able to make liberal down payments and use hire purchase facilities in Nepal are able to utilise modern day facilities enjoyed elsewhere in the world. Whilst the number of traffic accidents and the number of deaths on the roads have increased tremendously, there is no denying the fact that the mobility of the people has increased by leaps and bounds.
By Hemang Dixit | Jan 26, 2019
Our Prime Minister would do well by stopping himself and his colleagues from painting a rosy picture of the economy at a time when trade imbalance is on the rise, balance of payment is negative, current account is in deficit, foreign exchange reserve is decreasing and foreign investment has registered a sharp decline. Opposition leaders should also not be too hard on Oli because the mess that the economy is in today cannot be solely blamed on the still- young government led by him
By Dr. Tilak Rawal | Jan 26, 2019
Key attractions of the 24th session of the CoP to the UNFCCC were on outcomes of the Paris Agreement Work Programme, High-level Ministerial Dialogue on Finance, urgency of the need for entry into force of the Doha Amendment to the Kyoto Protocol for the implementation of pre-2020 ambition for GHGs emissions reduction, and Talanoa Dialogue for enhanced ambition. Statements of Head of States and Governments also provided guidance for the KCCC outcomes.
By Batu Uprety | Jan 26, 2019