By Samrat Amatya
We engage in a variety of activities to stay healthy, be it hitting the gym or following a strict diet routine. But doing things arbitrarily will not produce the results we want. It becomes imperative to keep track of our exercise and calorie
By: Sujan Tiwari
“We didn’t do anything wrong, but somehow we lost” - these were the words of Nokia CEO Stephen Elop, while announcing the sale of Nokia phone division to Microsoft in 2013. But maybe not doing anything wrong finally paid off for the globally
CIWEC HOSPITAL brings more than 35 years of experience in taking care of travelers and expatriates. It has an international reputation for its high quality of care, and Its extensive research program has helped define the diagnosis and treatment of diseases in travelers. Established in
Are you looking for a quick getaway somewhere calm and peaceful? The Hilltake Wellness Resort & Spa might be your answer for such a place.
The resort is located just 20 kms from Kathmandu and is built with the backdrop of the world’s tallest (declared by
The Constitution of Nepal has ensured basic health care for every citizen as a fundamental right. However, affordable and accessible healthcare is still a far-fetched notion for Nepalis. Government hospitals have been facing a heavy influx of patients. Healthcare services at private hospitals is unaffordable
By Rebati Adhikari
Healthcare of Nepal is still entangled in between three issues- availability, accessibility and affordability. Clause 1 of Article 35 of Nepal’s new constitution states every citizen shall have the right to free basic health care and none shall be deprived from emergency services.
By Ujeena Rana
In the words of Mohamamd Yunus, a Bangladeshi social entrepreneur, economist and Nobel Prize laureate, “social business is a cause-driven business. In a social business, the investors/owners can gradually recoup the money invested, but cannot take any dividend beyond that point.” Orchid Care
By Ujeena Rana
Dwindling confidence finds strong foothold
35-year-old Prakash Lamichhane came back home in January this year after spending 12 years in Oslo, Norway. His plan on returning home was to get himself a wife. The only hiccup in the seemingly flawless setting was his receding
The domestic pharmaceutical industry, in spite of several constraints, has witnessed steady growth in the past few years. The domestic market might be flooded with imported products, but that hasn’t discouraged the growth of domestic medicine manufacturers.
Starting with production of medicines for common cold, cough,