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Prachanda's 2nd Innings

Faced with a no-confidence motion just after nine months in power, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli resigned on July 24. The CPN (Maoist Centre), a key partner in the Oli-led alliance, had pulled the rug from under Oli’s feet. And thus, a political drama which was initiated some three months ago – . . . Read more »

No Laughing Matter

Parkinson’s Law and Nepal

Come mid-June and there is suddenly a dramatic upsurge in development activities in Nepal. The government becomes generous with its spending. Then the so-called intellectuals start protesting. Yes, . . . Read more »

Self Made

A Lady Who Chose a Different Path

One day to escape the heat of a Delhi summer, a young woman decided to study a subject which would go on to change her life . . . Read more »

Gadget Focus

Obi Worldphone SF1: Design Matters

In this Android jungle, an US-based smartphone producer, Obi Worldphones, has come up with a fresh design-led proposition concept with top notch hardware and software . . . Read more »

Book Review

Legacy : Letters from Eminent Parents to their Daughters

Menon’s idea of compiling the well crafted letters into a book is certainly a refreshing . . . Read more »

Interview

“Private sector has bigger role in political instability marred country like Nepal”

Frost & Sullivan, a US-based consulting firm organised a conclave entitled ‘Uncovering Nepal- Exploring Trends and Emerging Opportunities’ as a part of series of briefings on emerging markets . . . Read more »

From the Editor

Business under Maoist-Congress

Nepal is getting the second government under the new Constitution. What difference will it make for the business and economy? A lot or not at all? It is tricky to answer the question. Because there . . . Read more »

Corporate Movements

Corporate Movements August 2016

Corporate Movements August . . . Read more »

SC Quashes Pandey’s Writ Petition

SC Quashes Pandey’s Writ Petition

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August 7: The Supreme Court today has dismissed the writ petition of Nepal Investment Bank Limited Chairman Prithivi Bahadur Pandey. . . . read more »

Parkinson’s Law and Nepal

Parkinson’s Law and Nepal

By Madan Lamsal

Come mid-June and there is suddenly a dramatic upsurge in development activities in Nepal. The government becomes generous with its spending. Then the so-called intellectuals start protesting. Yes, it’s true that bulldozers start running on the roads after mid-June in Nepal. . . . read more »