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Educational Management

Building A Stronger You

Instances of attack on the self-respect of a non-compromising professional are common in this era which is dominated by businesses run through wrong/unethical/compromising practices. Surprisingly, such practices are proclaimed to be right and in the interest of the business. . . . Read more »

Management Gyan

Rituals Can Save Your Company!

"What are your pressing HR issues?" I asked the HR director of a multinational operating in Kathmandu while designing a workshop. The prompt reply was: "We hire new people to replace the old ones. . . . Read more »


Doing things Differently

For many, achieving professional and business goals is about gaining the ‘ultimate achievement’ in life. But for some, it is more about the zeal to pursue perfection in their work throughout . . . Read more »


“Protectionism is not an economic agenda of the Left Alliance”

Dr Yubaraj Khatiwada, the former Governor of Nepal Rastra Bank and former Vice-Chairman of National Planning Commission, has a long experience in managing public economic affairs. He was one of the . . . Read more »

Business Visitors

“LG Lifestyle Shoppes will be present in all provinces of Nepal”

CG Electronics, the authorised distributor of LG in Nepal, opened the LG Lifestyle Shoppe at Sitapaila, Kathmandu on January 23. The showroom is an exclusive outlet featuring a wide range of LG and CG products. With this, the number of LG brand shops in Kathmandu has reached five. . . . Read more »

Business Visitors

“This MBA programme is an affordable means to connect with the global e-commerce network”

In early January, Islington College launched a new MBA programme in e-commerce. The degree will be awarded by London Metropolitan University (UK), while Alibaba Group, a Chinese e-commerce giant and the University of Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC), the authorised e-commerce training centre for . . . Read more »

Stock Taking

Monthly Technical Analysis of Nepse (24 December 2017 to 22 January 2018)

The benchmark index fell by 70.06 points (or down 4.75%) to close at 1402.09 last month. The index continued to move below the 50-day and the 200-day moving average, indicating a bearish momentum in the market. The market will likely remain bearish as the banks continue to face liquidity . . . Read more »

Living +

Give and Take : A Revolutionary Approach to Success

Pay it forward—the idea to give and create value before you expect to be compensated for your work—is a central premise of modern marketing. A parallel old school classic success principle is to do more than you’re paid for—in the vocabulary of commerce, to give more than you get—and in time you’ll be paid for more than you do. . . . Read more »

Corporate Movements

Corporate Movements February 2018

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Liquor Indicators

Liquor Indicators February 2018

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CrossWord February 2018

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Voices February 2018

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Biztoon February 2018

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Nepal Politics

The Games They Played

The left alliance's landslide victory in the recent elections triggered tremors inside as well as outside the country, but several weeks have since gone by without the new government in sight. The . . . Read more »

No Laughing Matter

Changing Nepal

Nepal has changed unbelievably. Those who would think a thousand times before passing even the most casual remark against the courts in the past are openly pointing fingers at the Chief Justice . . . Read more »

From the Editor

Rethinking Export Incentive Scheme

Nepal’s trade deficit is ballooning each year due to sluggish exports and galloping imports. A decade and a half earlier, the exports were equivalent roughly to 18 percent of GDP. Now, this ratio . . . Read more »

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Changing Nepal

Changing Nepal

By Madan Lamsal

Nepal has changed unbelievably. Those who would think a thousand times before passing even the most casual remark against the courts in the past are openly pointing fingers at the Chief Justice today. For this, we must be thankful to all those judges who have made or are making Nepalis . . . read more »