Published on: Jan 24, 2020
Nepal and historical Tibet have shared a longstanding relationship. Tibet remained a country without a written constitution, until its status changed to an autonomous province of China. The Tibetan system did not contain elements that could have contributed to the development of a constitutional framework as derived by Padma Shamsher.
By Professor Dr. Bipin Adhikari | Jan 14, 2020
What strikes anyone visiting these places is the sheer grandeur of these age-old monuments. The rock carvings and structures can stupefy a modern engineer; but the fact that they have stood for so long amazes the historian in one.
By Dipak Gyawali | Jan 23, 2020
With the imposition of restriction by India on the imports of Palm oil from Nepal, there is a hue and cry from a group of exporters. Having more than 25 years of experience of working on the issue of trade, renowned trade expert Dr. POSH RAJ PANDEY, who is the Chairman at South Asia Watch on Trade Economics and Environment (SAWTEE), a consortium of South Asian NGOs, spoke to KESHAB POUDEL on the implication of Nepal’s trade with India. Excerpts:
By Keshab Poudel | Jan 24, 2020
Instead of siding with and defending the cause of Nepal's business community, which has thrived in getting the maximum short term benefits through the loophole of Indian trade and industry policy, Nepal government needs to stand fairly for fair trade deal. However, the government's recent decision to formally ask Delhi to resume palm oil import from Nepal promotes the moral of fake traders and industrialists.
By A Correspondent | Jan 24, 2020