VOL. 15, No. 01, July 16, 2021 (Shrawan 1, 2078) Publisher and Editor: Keshab Prasad Poudel Online Register Number: DOI 584/074-75
Published on: Jul 17, 2021
Recalling the past, project development requires several brains to address identified, perceived and prioritised challenges and attain better results to respond to the needs of needy, marginalised, economically poor and vulnerable communities.
By Batu Uprety | Jul 01, 2021
As a liberal arts university, the proposed University of Nepal’s education and academic efforts will be geared towards exploring the truth, in-depth study of the interdependent relationship between the individual, society and nature, creation of new knowledge and practice of multidisciplinary genres to meet the present and future challenges of the country and the world and seizing opportunities in this regard.
By Dr. Bipin Adhikari | Jul 06, 2021
Come 100 years later and China stands in a completely different position. It is an emerging superpower and has been overtaking the United States in almost every possible indicator – be it economic or others.
By Abijit Sharma | Jul 14, 2021
With the verdict of the apex court, Nepali Congress leader Sher Bahadur Deuba has started his fifth inning as the prime minister. However, the question now is: will Deuba secure a majority in the House within 30 days? If Deuba fails to secure the required majority, elections will have to be held within six months
By Keshab Poudel | Jul 15, 2021
It is undeniable that other political parties have also contributed to the existing fluid political situation but people cannot just help pointing a finger of accusation towards the ruling party and its leadership for failing to manage the country and the party even when the government continued to enjoy near two-thirds majority in the House for about 3 years. It is disheartening that numerous writ petitions were filed in the SC, challenging Oli’s controversial style of managing state affairs.
By Dr. Tilak Rawal | Jul 16, 2021