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  • Vehicular Movement Pass: Another Burden for Industries
    by Prakash Maharjan on May 20, 2020 at 1:13 pm

    Recently the Council of Ministers approved of a criterion regarding the vehicular movement pass for industries. As per the criterion, the Department of Industries will be granting pass for industries while the Department of Commerce Supplies and Consumer Protection will be responsible for passes regarding goods transportation.  For the said pass and its access, the

  • NAC: Failure is becoming the new normal.
    by Anushruti Adhikari on May 19, 2020 at 4:52 am

    This month, a couple of news regarding Nepal Airlines Corporation and its demand for Rs. 4 billion to purchase new aircraft popped up, and the enterprise expected the funds would be arranged through the upcoming budget.  Through recent years NAC has been involved in corruption of worth billions, accused of not having a proper business

  • ६२ प्रतिशत रोजगारीलाई ध्यान दिउँ
    by Ashesh Shrestha on May 17, 2020 at 3:01 pm

    नोभेल कोरोना भाइरस (कोभिड – १९) महामारीलाई दोस्रो विश्वयुद्ध पछि मानवताले सामना गरेको सबैभन्दा डरलाग्दो संकटको रूपमा लिइएकोछ । यो कुराले जनमानसमा थप त्रास सिर्जना गर्ने भएता पनि हामीले यसलाई नकार्न सक्दैनौँ । यो महामारी हालसम्म २१० देश र क्षेत्रमा फैलिसकेर २९ लाख भन्दा बढी मानिसहरुमा देखापरिसकेको छ भने दुई लाख भन्दा बढीको  मृत्‍युको कारक

  • Lives Versus Lives
    by Ankshita Chaudhary on May 17, 2020 at 2:12 pm

    After eight weeks of compliance to a government mandated blanket lockdown, the country is onto yet another extension.  The lockdown logic began with flattening the curve and soon became the government’s go-to solution. But amidst all the political bickering and power struggle, the government seems to have forgotten that lockdown is NOT the cure to

  • Access to Education During Crisis
    by Ayushma Maharjan on May 12, 2020 at 2:58 pm

    With Nepal adopting a nation-wide lockdown to contain the spread of Covid-19, all schools within the country have been ordered to shut down and are likely to remain closed for an indefinite period of time. In the past 49 days, Nepal experienced quite a few developments in the field of primary and secondary education. The