Suicide: A mental health issue

Published On: September 14, 2021 05:43 PM NPT By: Saroj Kumari Chaudhary

To be called a healthy person, one has to be mentally healthy as well. But sadly, mental health is still not considered as a component of health by many people in Nepal. Mental health is a big issue all over the world and it should be prioritized in Nepal also.

What's your business missing out on?

Published On: August 28, 2021 03:59 PM NPT By: Prayash Raj Koirala

The Pareto Principle, named after an economist Vilfredo Pareto, states that 80 percent of the consequences come from 20 percent of the causes. In the business world, we often imply this theory referring to the benefits that the handful of major clients bring into the organization.

Distinguishing bad intent from bad management and good intent from human fallacy

Published On: August 8, 2021 02:27 PM NPT By: Simone Galimberti

I am not only referring to the players’ and their coaches’ sacrosanct right to demand better working and training conditions but I am also thinking that the lack of provisions or even mismanagement or alleged corruption should not preclude them from training even informally both at individual and group levels.

Why I think Rabindra Mishra is right

Published On: August 3, 2021 07:05 PM NPT By: Akhilesh Tripathi

Gone are the days when you could silence critics of republicanism, federalism and secularism by calling them ‘regressive’ and ‘monarchists’.

How to Generate Positivity in Adversity?

Published On: August 1, 2021 12:05 PM NPT By: Dr RC Lamichhane

There is no neutral point in life. It is either positive or negative. If we fail to choose positivity automatically, we become negative and gradually lose all the positive energy. However, if we choose the positive, we will win everything. The choice is ours.

Food Security Dimensions of Nepal

Published On: July 24, 2021 12:36 PM NPT By: Suravi Regmi

There are two basic objectives of the management of the food security chain: ensuring that adequate food is produced to satisfy consumer demand and supply to meet the minimum nutritional requirement.

Elderly People: Waiting for Justice at Very Important Phase of Life

Published On: July 8, 2021 01:29 PM NPT By: Poonam Pant

The elderly people consider themselves as dependent people and are often dominated and subjugated by the other family members. There are many areas where their advice is useful but the younger people just shrug off such advice or react in anger by shouting and screaming at them not realizing that they too will be in this stage one day as aging is an inevitable process.

The Picture that Changed Me (and the Pukar Bam I Came to Know)

Published On: July 2, 2021 02:33 PM NPT By: Dr Pragati Ghimire

He is a phenomenon, a movement, something that gives a new kind of hope, something that inspires people to be the better version of themselves.

Why did provincial govts continue CIDP, despite criticism?

Published On: July 1, 2021 06:59 PM NPT By: Rajaram Bartaula

The CIDP is devised to address the requirements at the community level for smaller projects, which could not be included in the national level program (budget). So, it contradicts not only the principle of decentralization but also the democratic ideals because of its distributive character.

A Crypto Frenzy

Published On: June 27, 2021 07:39 AM NPT By: Swastik Mohan Bhattarai

Our economy has created countless possibilities to earn wealth, but we have always known that money must be created from something real. However, this does not apply to cryptocurrencies since billions of dollars are being created through a virtual process known as ‘mining’.