Nepal’s participation in climate change negotiations dates to three decades. Nepal attended 1st to 25thCoPsat different levels. CoP 15 and CoP 24 held at Copenhagen and Katowice were attended at the level of Heads of Government and State respectively.
By Batu Uprety Oct 11, 2021
Science does not understand the psychological process of mind. So there is a qualitative gap between science and religion. This severely limits our mental capacity and our normal mind cannot smoothly grade into the domain of psychology.
By Prof. Dr. Akal Bahadur Singh Oct 08, 2021
For now, let us hope that Prime Minister Deuba, who has displayed tons of patience and shown flexibility of all kind in running difficult coalition governments in the past, does not let his patience wear thin this time around and gives adequate attention to our serious economic problems so that he could show to the people that he is also a better manager of the economy than most other prime ministers.
By Dr. Tilak Rawal Oct 05, 2021
Enforcement of the Environment Protection Act (EPA) and Environment Protection Rules (EPR) in June 1997 obliged the proponents to prepare and get approval of IEE or EIA reports before project implementation ofall prescribed projects.
By Batu Uprety Sep 21, 2021
Writer’s Note: This is a follow-up to a good article by Dr. PB Nepali of Kathmandu University on Booker T Washington that was published by Spotlight on August 6, 2021. In an age raging with George Floyd, Black Lives Matter and in our own Nepal despite the abolishment of Kamalaris/Kamaiyas system the recent sad inter-caste clashes in the districts, the writer felt a short summary of Booker Washington’s remarkable life will be of interest to Spotlight readers. The following is a summary of Booker’s life from an excellent book George Washington Carver – The Man Who Overcame by Lawrence Elliott about Carver, another great Black American of that period.
By Santa Bahadur Pun Sep 16, 2021
Some countries have already started to vaccinate booster doses to elders, who are at great risk of getting seriously ill and dying. Unfortunately, our country is ignoring the WHO guidelines, which lay specially great emphasis on the prioritization of vaccination of elders. Perhaps many lives could have been saved if we had followed the WHO guidelines.
By Laxmi Thapa Sep 07, 2021