Published on: Feb 23, 2020
Although senior bureaucrat and former ambassador of Nepal to Japan Narayan Prasad Arjal has immensely contributed to Nepal’s development and progress, only a few from younger generation of civil servants know about this. In his entire career span in civil service over 22 years, 87-year-old Arjal, a living genius of Nepal, worked in various ministries and departments. Retired about 40 years ago following the completion of his tenure as secretary and ambassador to Japan twenty years ago, Arjal has been living in his own healthy lifestyle with the family. With the announcement of Government of Japan to confer him with Order of the Rising Sun for his contribution to strengthening Nepal-Japan relations, Arjal's isolation has got a break
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