VOL. 14 No. 05, October 16, 2020 ( Ashwin 30, 2077) Publisher: Keshab Prasad Poudel Online Register Number: DOI 584/074-75
Published on: Oct 16, 2020
The COVID-19 poses considerable risks to young people in the fields of education, mental health and employment. Women and girls are at heightened risk of domestic violence, inadequate access of essential health care and economic insecurity.
By Dr. Prabin Manandhar | Sep 26, 2020
The history behind the ganja ban, its antecedents and consequences are stories in themselves. A traditional and widespread herb, it has been freely available in South Asian societies for medical, religious and recreational uses since time immemorial.
By Dipak Gyawali | Oct 07, 2020
Despite facing major disasters, including earthquake, blockade, landslide and the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic, 456 MW Upper Tamakosi, Nepal’s largest hydropower project, is making progress step by step. For all these troubled years, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Bigyan Prasad Shrestha has been working quietly in the project in various capacities leading professional and competent teams of technicians and other staff. President Bidhya Devi Bhandari has recognized the progress of the project by conferring Shrestha with the Prawal Janasewashree (Third) medal
By A Correspondent | Oct 13, 2020
With his proven technical experience and risk-taking capacity, while trying new technology, Madhav Belbase, has done a service to the nation by advocating for Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) Technology in Bheri-Babai and Sunkosi-Marin Diversion projects. The Melamchi project was delayed for almost a decade due to the technical obstructions in the tunnel boring of the first phase. Now TBM can be a game-changer to avoid the delay in the second phase, given its successful use in Bheri-Babai in terms of time and cost. Coincidently, Belbase, who is known as the father of TBM in Nepal, is now the secretary of the ministry which looks at the Melamchi Project
By Keshab Poudel | Oct 16, 2020