The results of these local elections will be analyzed and parsed to great detail in the days and months ahead, especially since country-wide elections to the national parliament will have to be held in the coming six to eight months.
By Dipak Gyawali Jun 03, 2022
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has paid a short visit to Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha, confining most of his six-hour stay in Nepal to spiritual activities and high-level bilateral meetings. His official meeting with Nepalese Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and the Nepali delegation ended in a positive note, signing agreements on the construction of a hydropower project and support to enhance Nepal’s higher education institutions. The message of the visit: common culture and civilization is a meeting point for both the countries to foster bilateral relations
By Keshab Poudel May 21, 2022
As about 65 percent of the people are directly or indirectly dependent on agriculture and the contribution of the agriculture sector to the GDP is more than one-third, it does not seem possible to develop the economy without the development of the agriculture sector from Nepal's perspective.
By Shanker Man Singh May 11, 2022
Survival was then the basic object of their existence. They were brought together by the common need to survive or by the herd principle which meant little individuality. But as humans developed into families, clans and groups, life became easier and they began to think independently out of the survival principle.
By Prof. Dr. Akal Bahadur Singh May 09, 2022
It all started back in the mid-1960s with Dr Hari Man Shrestha’s PhD thesis at Moscow Energy Institute (incidentally a first technical PhD in Nepal and incidentally where I too a decade later ended up studying under the same grand old man of Soviet hydropower Prof Jaffar Omarovitich Seifulla) where he carried out the seminal ball-park estimate of Nepal’s theoretical hydropower potential putting it at 83,000 MW.
By Dipak Gyawali May 04, 2022