Shanta Raj Subedi, Secretary for Ministry of Finance, Government of Nepal is recognized as a highly committed, compassionate and capable administrator in public administration. He served most of his tenure in the field of revenue mobilisation and resource management for the eco-social development of the
Resurgence is a word synonymous with the ability of an asset or an individual who had recently witnessed the dark darks but in contemporary times has revived its fortunes. Donald Trump is a name which comes to mind. As a candidate for the US President,
During the review period of October 25 to November 27, the Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) index plunged by whopping 281.52 points (-16.08%) and closed at 1,469.48 points. The country‘s only stock exchange witnessed strong selling pressure causing free fall to go below 1500 points, lowest
Lately, the smartphone market seems to be crowded with mid-range devices, and it is getting increasingly difficult to choose from. Almost all mid-range phones run on similar Meditek processors coupled with 2 or 3 GB RAM, have 16 or 32 GB storage and have similar
Office goers in Nepal should be a very happy lot. The government of the day gives them ‘Bida‘ or holiday on pretext as flimsy as the visit of the Indian president. The opposition especially the extremist opposition declares ‘bandh‘ (closure) on pretexts unknown to the
Ever since Cyrus Mistry was ousted from the chairmanship of Tata Sons, holding company of the $ 100 billion-plus transnational Tata Group, on October 24, corporate governance or the lack of it has become the epicenter of business discourse in the region.
The curious and intriguing
There are cars that are faster, there are cars with better looks, and there are a precious few which are most celebrated over time and can be legitimately dubbed ‘iconic‘. Mitsubishi Pajero is one such vehicle that has stood the test of time and garnered
While medical insurance is profoundly persistent in developed countries, it is still unfamiliar and unexplored territory in Nepal. People overseas are conscious about the necessity of medical insurance. But due to lack of awareness and clear policies, most Nepalese do not have access to medical
How has Nepal‘s healthcare industry evolved over the years?
In the past, Nepal had its own indigenous system of medicine. As it adopted Western medicine and allopathic solutions, Nepal has migrated to a more efficient and modern health care system.
The last five decades have seen a