Khwappa, a company that produces customized illustrations for businesses and individuals alike, comes as a breath of fresh air to the monotonous business identities of today. The start-up has found a way to add a personal touch to your personal business identity, especially in a highly competitive era where professionals would want to stand out. Professionals from all walks of life, be it the field of medicine, business or education, can benefit from the services of the company started by graduates of Kathmandu College of Management: Saujanya Shrestha, 25; Sonal Shrestha, 24; and Samip Babu Malla, 24.
KATHMANDU, April 19: You buy recharge card thinking that you have to make an important phone call, but when you dial the digit and hit the call button, you hear a reply from the other side stating your phone can’t be recharged due to network problem.
JANAKPUR/ LAHAN/RAJBIRAJ, Dec 16: Madhes-based political parties did not welcome the constitution promulgated on 20 September, 2015. When the entire country was rejoicing over the promulgation of the first constitution of the Republic of Nepal, people in Madhes protested it by announcing blackout. The reason was - ‘Madhes voice’ was not addressed by the constitution. Differences regarding citizenship provisions, provinces and representation issues, among others, were cited as the reasons behind the dissatisfaction. With the government still struggling to take Madhes based parties in confidence, the constitution has not been implemented yet.
KATHMANDU, Nov 3: Indian President Pranab Mukherjee, who is on a three-day state visit to Nepal, has said that addressing the concerns of all the political parties while amending a constitution is in itself a challenging task.