• Limited Government and Maximum Governance

    The development activities were carried out relatively rapidly during the three-decade Panchayat although the country was ruled under single party […]

  • To Broker or Not To Broker

    Recently, a friend of mine had to take trips to the customs office at the Tribhuvan International Airport, one of […]

  • Gas-trick Induced by The State

    Gas problems in Nepal

    Nepal currently fills, or at least half-fills, its fuel hungry mouth from 4 refineries of India; namely, Barauni, Karnal, Mathura […]

  • Banda and its Impacts

    Banda and its impacts

    Nepal has had an ominous history of forced strikes and blockades. It has become ‘fashionable’ almost to call forced closures since the […]

  • Voluntary Land Consolidation…..

    land consolidation

    Land fragmentation has been an increasingly pressurizing problem in the country. It hinders commercialization and modernization of agriculture since transporting […]

  • Transportation Woes and Competition

    Substandard transportation service is what commuters in Kathmandu valley have to face in a daily basis. Samriddhi’s Anurag Pant, took […]

  • What it means to be a liberalized country ?

    Senior economist Dr.  Bhola Nath Chalise, recently crowned ‘Freedom Champion’ in the Asia Liberty Forum 2015, talked about economic liberalization of […]

  • Why Nepal Needs Economic Freedom?

    Economic freedom

    Sarita Sapkota, the Coordinator of Communications and Development at Samriddhi, The Prosperity Foundation wrote on why she thought Nepal needs […]

  • Interaction with the Industry Minister

    Interaction with the industry minister

    Samriddhi Foundation hosted an interaction series with Honorable Industry Minister Mr. Mahesh Basnet with representatives of multinationals on Foreign Direct […]