Many of the world’s low and middle income countries are still in the early stages of the COVID 19 pandemic, but the impact is already being felt. Health systems are strained in Ethiopia and Yemen; more medical staffs are needed in countries such as Haiti and
Finance Minister Yubaraj Khatiwada announced a budget of Rs 1.47 trillion for the fiscal year 2020-21 in the joint session of the House of Representatives and National Assembly on May 28, with a major focus on reviving the economy following the effects of COVID 19
Sweden’s GDP growth is a stark contrast to nations who initiated hardline lockdowns.
CNBC reports that Sweden, which avoided a hardline lockdown during the COVID 19 pandemic, saw its economy grow in the first quarter.
The Swedish economy expanded at a far superior rate than many of its European
Amidst all the chaos in the globe, Apple just released its new iPhone and this is the one we have all been waiting for. The new iPhone SE 2020 is Apple’s attempt to capture the highly competitive mid range segment of the smartphone market.
For a fairly young business, Orange Ball, a pest control company from Kathmandu has steadily grown to be a forerunner in its area of focus, all within less than a decade of operation. Today, just five years after the enterprise picked up the name Orange
Seventy years after Nepal opened itself up to the world ending the isolationism forced by the Rana’s, Nepal’s modern economic policies seem to be still grounded to those roots. Okay that might sound completely ignorant but I am sure most youths striving to make something
Three months into the lockdown and the virus is showing its deadly impact on almost all industries. The hospitality industry which was gearing up for a promising 2020 has now almost completely shut operations, and the future looks bleak.
On May 18, a report in a
The COVID-19 crisis certainly landed a sucker punch right to the mechanism in which society has gotten used to functioning in. The education systems across the globe and in the country are certainly no exception to the cataclysm that the COVID-19 outbreak has spiraled into.
Your Twitter, Facebook jottings reflect your real potential
Covid-19 continues its tantrums. Protective lockdown is in force. We sit huddled in our homes, wary and scared. Normal communication is conspicuous by its absence. Social media has replaced it with new vigour.
With so much time at hand,
The government is struggling with stimulus and restraint with an inclination for the latter? At this point small and medium businesses are seeking answers and measures from a government that is caught in its own quagmire of inefficiency. SME’s are today confronted with a situation