Blame your Habit, Not Science

Published On: February 15, 2024 11:45 AM NPT By: Ichhya Neupane

The world is building on technology every day. Technology including tablets, laptops, as well as phones, circumvents us and will be a consistent use in our quotidian lives. It has availed our society to become straightforward and effortless. Solutions are generated using technology everywhere.

Decoding Women’s Desires

Published On: February 5, 2024 09:00 AM NPT By: Jalasa Sapkota

In Simone de Beauvoir's contemplation of womanhood, she challenges us to surpass mere biological definitions and resist reducing women to clichés like "the eternal feminine." Acknowledging the existence of women, she compels us to grapple with the question: What is a woman?

Can the Medico-legal examinations of Nepal be trusted? Here is the current scenario

Published On: January 24, 2024 10:30 AM NPT By: Dr Sandesh Lamsal

The medico-legal examination is a crucial aspect of the judicial system in any country. Such examinations are done to investigate a person’s body to determine the cause of injury or death for legal proceedings. The fate of a culprit is dependent on the result of this examination.

Mayor Balen’s Dictatorship

Published On: January 20, 2024 07:32 PM NPT By: Saroj Bhattarai

Since Mayor Balen Shah took charge of the Kathmandu metropolis, he has made attempts to beautify the capital city. The streets of the city are being made wider, green and colorful. The footpaths have started to look clean. It has become easier to walk. Road congestion has decreased somewhat. In the space of one and a half years, those who set foot in Kathmandu have started to feel that the city has become civilized and modern.

Nepal's Quest for Comprehensive Copyright Reform in the Digital Era

Published On: January 13, 2024 09:15 AM NPT By: Udayan Regmi

In an era of rapid globalization, the very nature of property has undergone a profound transformation. Traditionally limited to tangible assets, the modern definition and scope of property has expanded exponentially.

Rethinking Geopolitical Labels: An Asian Perspective on 'Global South' and 'Middle East'

Published On: January 6, 2024 12:00 PM NPT By: Prem Lamichhane

In the intricate web of global geopolitics, terms like 'Global South' and 'Middle East' have played significant roles in shaping perceptions and narratives for decades. However, when we explore these labels from the vantage point of Nepal and wider Asia, it becomes increasingly evident that these terms, crafted in the corridors of Western power politics, need a serious reevaluation and redefinition.

COP28 Recap: Hope Amidst Uncertainty

Published On: January 3, 2024 10:45 AM NPT By: Pradeep Bhattarai

The 28th Session of the Conference of Parties (COP28) in Dubai recently concluded, drawing varied reactions from global leaders, activists, and negotiators. Held from 29th November to 13th December 2023, the event culminated in the UAE Consensus. While the adoption of the GST text received standing ovations from many negotiators, representatives from the Alliance of Small Island States expressed concern about their absence during the adoption. This year, the world witnessed a new record of hottest days and the Dubai COP broke record, attracting over 100,000 registered attendees.

Backlog of Nepal’s court cases might obstruct flow of justice

Published On: December 30, 2023 11:00 AM NPT By: Anupam Bhattarai

The arteries of justice are essential conduits that guarantee the smooth flow of accountability and fairness in Nepal's complex legal system. But like many other judiciaries, the Nepalese court faces problems that are comparable to an artery burst—critical problems that, if left untreated, might obstruct the flow of justice. Any healthy democracy must prioritize the pursuit of justice, but the Nepalese court has encountered some difficulties that are akin to a "arterial burst"—a severe rupture that requires immediate treatment.

Innovative Engineering Solutions for Nepal's Seismic Resilience

Published On: December 18, 2023 10:30 AM NPT By: Bikram Rawat

Nepal is a land of magnificent landscapes and rich cultural heritage. Unfortunately, it is also a region highly susceptible to seismic activity. The region has a long history of earthquakes, with devastating events like the 2015 Gorkha earthquake still etched in the collective memory.

Let us speak openly about mental health issues

Published On: December 13, 2023 01:00 PM NPT By: Dr. Archana Pokharel

On 31st August 1997, a 12-year-old boy from a high-profile family was quietly watching the funeral of his mother, who had died in a tragic road accident. Little did his family members know about the ongoing storm in the mind of this little boy. That boy graduated from the famous Eton College of London with good marks