LDCs, despite contributing minimally to climate change, bear the brunt of its devastating consequences due to their vulnerability. Graduation further exacerbates this vulnerability by curbing access to vital international support measures imperative for climate change adaptation and mitigation.
By Arup Rajouria Aug 23, 2023
At meetings in our Ministry, she sometimes used to tell us, ‘Mero ta bachcha bachchi chaina. Tapaiharu ko bachcha bachchi ko Bhabisya ko lagi kehi na kehi garnu parchha!’ Such wise words! I cannot forget a similar sentiment expressed by a Black American at a meeting in the hall of Water and Energy Commission in Singha Durbar.
By Santa Bahadur Pun Aug 22, 2023
Approximately two-thirds of the human body contains water - a critical life-sustaining resource. Water is used for drinking, irrigation or energy production, livestock and aquaculture production, and to improve sanitation and health. Some mining or manufacturing industries use water extensively to produce goods and services.
By Batu Uprety Aug 22, 2023
I was informed by Tribhuwan International Airport that RNAC Boeing 727 aircraft piloted by Capitan Bobby B. Shah on its flight to Hong Kong on a British Gurkha charters was having problems on extending its nose landing gear.
By Lalit Bickram Shah Aug 19, 2023
The kind of “flood” Kathmandu and other cities experience, with streets running full of water as if it were a river, is not because of too much rainfall: indeed, during the most recent flooding one saw in Kapan rainfall was not the extreme of cloudbursts but a normal monsoon event.
By Dipak Gyawali Aug 16, 2023
The United States is the second country having diplomatic relations with Nepal after the United Kingdom. Welcoming King Birendra at the White House in 1983, President Ronald Reagan described “Nepal as a neighbor on the other side of the world.”
By Dinesh Bhattarai Aug 12, 2023
Nepal's success in enabling wild tiger populations to recover is part of a wider global push to boost wild tiger populations. According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), there are at least 40 percent more tigers in the wild than there were in 2015.
By Arup Rajouria Aug 08, 2023
Bardia National Park is in the Terai region of western Nepal, covering an area of about 968 square kilometers. It is one of the largest and least disturbed national parks in the country. The park is bordered by the Karnali River to the west and the Babai River to the east.
By Vidhu Prakash Kayastha Aug 07, 2023
Nepal's foreign trade has many problems: it is a landlocked country, has to compete with India on high imports and low exports, produces low quality goods with high production costs, capital formation is inefficient and government policies are outdated.
By Shanker Man Singh Jul 31, 2023
During the economic globalization period partnerships between the trading nations have resulted in collaboration across countries and enhanced opportunities in manufacturing, trade, innovation, creativity which created immense new wealth worldwide.
By Kedar Neupane Jul 28, 2023