To all the people out there: if you believe in an equal society, equal rights, and access to equal opportunities, welcome to the club! You are a feminist – own it, embrace it, use it as a badge of honor.
An auditor has enormous powers which s/he should use judiciously, intelligently and appropriately. It is only through a strict observation of the conduct that members of the profession could create a situation where they could be relied upon as persons of character and integrity.
Our society must be progressive. Our economy must be expansionary. Our nation must remain sovereign – and throughout it all, we must preserve our bona fide heritage and diversity while our people remain unified.
Nepal is not the only country in the world that is receiving an MCC grant. Several other countries have already received grants and some countries are currently in the process of receiving the grants. We can look at what were the agreement points in the countries where the project has been implemented, how it has been operated, and whether the project has done well or not. We should also examine what kinds of agreements are being made with the countries where MCC funding is currently being received.
Even if such a move won’t go far, it is a gamble worth taking because it would give a strong message to the entire nation: at times of crisis, when the leadership of political parties falls short, then other options can be made available.
September 11, 2021 07:00 AM NPT
By: Sabin Subedi
Small changes and policy convergence go hand in hand when they are in working order. Policy convergence is increasingly effective when there are small changes in all sectors. When collective organizations are working for small changes, it could be a game-changer for the Nepali economy.
Seeking proper help in time can save lives. With proper treatment and counseling, one can lead a normal life. Identification and treatment of mental disorders at the right time should be the core strategy to prevent suicide.
Within the past three decades, different governments have constituted nine commissions led by 17 chairpersons to solve the LDDPS’ problems. These commissions have distributed 45,964 bighas of forest lands to 54,854 families but the problem has become further complicated.