KATHMANDU, Sept 13: Parallel management in Sajha Prakashan, the 105-year-old public publication house, has created problems in holding meeting of the management board. The board meeting has been put on hold for more than a year due to various reasons.

Street vendors mess up metropolis

March 3, 2018 12:42 pm

LALITPUR, March 3: The Lalitpur Metropolis has witnessed mess due to prevalence of street shops alongside the busy roads of the city.

The Melamchi Mess

January 12, 2018 09:10 am

For many years now, Kathmandu has been known as the city of opportunities, abundance, and hope. Ironically, the same city dwellers have also been entangled in huge scarcities, deprivation, and denial. One of such perpetual complications is the city’s inability to benefit from the abundance of rivers in Nepal.

ILAM, Aug 4: Much to the delight of the people, the government recently conducted local level elections in two phases in six out of seven provinces of the country. While Province 2 is yet to witness election, people elsewhere have already got their chosen representatives. But the office bearers in Ilam are quite tensed. They are facing enough hassles both due to the lack of polices and infrastructures. This has greatly affected their performance, they lament.

2016 ends crises but mess remains

January 2, 2017 09:35 am

KATHMANDU, Jan 2: When Nepal entered  the year 2016, it had been already three months since the duly-elected Constituent Assembly (CA) promulgated a new constitution amidst boycott by Madhes-based parties. The fallout of this-i.e. border blockade- left life across the country crippled, with acute shortages of petroleum products including cooking gas and other daily essentials.

Mess, en masse

December 22, 2016 00:35 am

The collective resignation on Tuesday of around 1,200 engineers and technicians deployed for post-quake reconstruction in 11 worst-hit districts is a sign of irresponsibility all around.

Rebuilding mess

September 20, 2016 00:15 am

In order to please their vote banks parties are making unrealistic promises to quake victims