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'400 people from 64 countries are in Nepal to immerse in the approach of Teach For Nepal'

Published On: October 24, 2018 12:30 AM NPT By: Subhash Ghimire/Guna Raj Luitel

Wendy Kopp is CEO and Co-founder of Teach For All, a global network of independent organizations that are developing collective leadership to ensure all children have the opportunity to fulfill their potential.

Nepal could facilitate talks between India and Pakistan

Published On: March 7, 2018 08:31 AM NPT By: Subhash Ghimire/Guna Raj Luitel

Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Prime Minister of Pakistan, was on a two-day state visit to Nepal. He visited Nepal at a time when regional diplomatic activities are once again on the rise. Republica’s Subhash Ghimire and Nagarik’s Guna Raj Luitel talked to the prime minister on bilateral trade, revitalizing SAARC and the ongoing India-Pakistan issues in Kathmandu before his departure to Pakistan on Tuesday.

'Nepal could facilitate talks between India and Pakistan'

Published On: March 7, 2018 01:00 AM NPT By: Subhash Ghimire/Guna Raj Luitel

Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Prime Minister of Pakistan, was on a two-day state visit to Nepal. He visited Nepal at a time when regional diplomatic activities are once again on the rise.

'Suina' Possible: Surkhet to Jumla

Published On: June 13, 2017 05:00 AM NPT By: Subhash Ghimire/Guna Raj Luitel

KATHMANDU, June 13: "We used to spend four days inside a bus traveling from Jumla to Nepalgunj," said a group of young people from Jumla during a recent conversation  we had in Jumla Bazar. This was the state of things  before the Karnali Highway was completed.

The provocateur: A relentless lawyer turns legal tide against Karki

Published On: October 24, 2016 09:00 AM NPT By: Subhash Ghimire/Guna Raj Luitel

KATHMANDU, Oct 24: “I came to Kathmandu to study music,” says Om Prakash Aryal, 40, with a smile. Born in Amarpur, Gulmi, Aryal completed his schooling at a local public school and came to the capital in 1995. Upon learning that he did not have good enough marks in English to enroll in music studies at Ratna Rajya Campus, Aryal decided to study law at Nepal Law Campus right next door. His grandfather was a junior official in the judicial service, and his father a retired Indian army serviceman.