The KP Oli government gave a good impression by taking a number of bold steps toward bringing about some much-needed reforms in the country. Initial steps to end transport syndicate was one of such acts. PM Oli was appreciated from all sides.
The expensive private hospitals in Kathmandu and beyond have the passion for conducting research of public health importance. The names would make us believe so, for the phrase ‘research center’ is attached to names of these hospitals. It turns out that the name is meant to deceive.
It’s harrowing, horrifying, disturbing and shameful! Violence against girls and women, including rape, has shaken the core of our society. It has disgraced the country as a whole and exposed our police administration’s inefficiency to provide justice to the victims on time.
The United Nations General Assembly, the annual event organized every year at its headquarters in New York, is no doubt an important platform for the heads of governments and states of the member countries to put forth their views and build positive image of their countries.
People in Kathmandu are almost in panic. They are standing in long queues in front of petrol pumps to fill their gas tanks. Many on social media have presented it as a reminder of the 2015 blockade when getting few liters of petrol and diesel felt like achieving a great feat.
The list of projects constructed by national army is long. It has constructed 1,030 kilometres of road in different parts of the country, particularly linking north-south remote parts of Nepal to the rest of the country.
The cabinet’s decision to use the Social Welfare Council (SWC) building in Kantipath as a residence for vice president is wrong on many fronts. First, our VP does not need such an expansive space to live.
When the country initiates a big infrastructure project it should obviously consider economic viability, how the project will benefit the country and people and how the government will manage funds for the project.
Under the federal system, all the state agencies have to work in a new structure and change the working modality of the civil servants, formulate all the necessary laws and arrange resources to the highly-expensive governing system. The federal system will be paralyzed if the systems within it are not well organized.