Addressing both the causes of conflict of interest and effects of corruption in governance is crucial for promoting transparency, accountability, and good governance and community welfare in a society.
By Kedar Neupane Jun 08, 2023
While it remains crucial for current and former Bhutanese refugees to acknowledge and express gratitude to the Nepalese citizens and the country for bringing these issues to light, we must not underestimate the fact that this scandal is not an isolated incident of corruption confined to Nepal's borders.
By CM Niroula Jun 07, 2023
Students attend class out of need rather than with the intention of learning. because students need to be in class 90% of the time to take their exam. Students do not choose their 10+2 stream because it interests them or because they want to contribute.
By Parmita Shrestha Jun 03, 2023
The principle behind PSH is very simple and it has been used in Europe since a hundred years back: you pump water from a lower water body (a lake or a river) to a pond at a higher altitude when electricity is throwaway cheap during off-peak night time and send the water back to drive a turbine and produce electricity during peak hours when most needed.
By Dipak Gyawali May 23, 2023
In 2008, the Government of Nepal (GoN) received US$ 0.2 million from Least Developed Country (LDC) Fund (each LDC received equal amount from LDCF) to prepare NAPA through UNDP - the GEF Implementing Agency (IA). GoN requested UNDP to function as the GEF IA for this Project.
By Batu Uprety May 20, 2023
The uncertainties of climate change call for actions driven by the best available knowledge, as well as meeting the financing needs of developing countries. Integrating adaptation into policy upfront is essential to achieve these goals.
By Kenichi Yokoyama, Rabindra P. Osti May 15, 2023
There have been reports suggesting executive branch of the government, judiciary, public procurement, security agencies, public transport, health care system and education sector have been perceived by people involved in corruption
By Kedar Neupane May 13, 2023
VOL. 16, No. 19, May.26, 2023 (Jestha,12. 2080) Publisher and Editor: Keshab Prasad Poudel Online Register Number: DOI 584/074-75
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