Under a winter sky, Nepal meanders through a labyrinth of issues that must be addressed by the government and its citizenry. The complexity of policies, the hurdles in bureaucracy, scarce resource mobility, political volatility, increase in crime, lower quality of life, challenging business environment all
Driving a nation in transition for over two decades, a population that is young and restless, the common man looking for answers, a medium that is louder than ever, corruption touching every nerve of the economic mechanism, a failing economy and volatile politics, stands a
Sanjiv Gautam is the Director General at Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) since 2015. One of his biggest achievements since joining office was removing the tag of Significant Safety Concerns put on Nepal’s aviation sector by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), the global
Deepak Raj Joshi was appointed as the CEO of Nepal Tourism Board in December 2015. He holds a Postgraduate Degree in Social Science and Business Administration. Joshi was engaged for more than 16 years in the tourism sector and has worked with all levels of
Gagan Pradhan is the founder and owner of Himalayan Java, the first of its kind coffee shop in the nation with franchises overseas, and barista training centres.
With an Australian degree in hand, Pradhan wanted to do something worthwhile in the Nepali entrepreneurship landscape. After six
Gokarna Bista is the current Minister for Labour, Employment and Social Security under PM KP Oli led cabinet. He is a seasoned politician and Secretary of the Communist Party of Nepal (UML). He previously served as Minister of Energy in 2011 under then Prime Minister