KATHMANDU, Oct 16: There is one Buddhist nun everyone in Nepal knows by name — not because she's a religious icon and a UNICEF goodwill ambassador, nor for her work running a girl's school and a hospital for kidney patients.
KATHMANDU, Oct 13: There is one Buddhist nun everyone in Nepal knows by name — not because she's a religious icon and a UNICEF goodwill ambassador, nor for her work running a girl's school and a hospital for kidney patients.
KATHMANDU, Oct 1: Though Nepal has improved its competitiveness by a notch, it has lost its rank as the third most competitive economy in South Asia, according to Global Competitiveness Report 2016-17 published by World Economic Forum (WEF).
Paul Jackson, a political economist working predominantly on conflict and post-conflict reconstruction, has closely studied post-conflict African countries like Sierra Leone and Zimbabwe. He has also been involved in Nepal’s peace process since 2009, as a foreign consultant helping with the supervision, integration and rehabilitation of ex-Maoist combatants. Republica’s Biswas Baral talked to Jackson, who is also a professor of African Politics at Birmingham University, to understand how the peace process in Nepal compares to other peace processes. Has it been a success? How does Nepal get transitional justice right?
Go back and find a closure to your relationship. Let him know what you felt and how you felt (without expecting him to come back to you). Talk to him and other friends you trust about your fear of rejection and how this has deeply affected you. Go back and touch where it hurts the most.
A report from sociologists at the University of Minnesota demonstrates the negative attitudes toward Islam are not only higher than those toward any other religious or non-religious group, but are also rising at a faster rate.
LONDON, Sept 13: Corporations have increased their wealth as compared to countries according to new figures released by Global Justice Now. The campaign group found that 69 of the world's top economic entities are corporations rather than countries in 2015.
KATHMANDU, July 30: If the data provided by Sukraraj Tropical and Infectious Disease Hospital (STIDH) is anything to go by, over 80 percent of patients visiting the hospital's out-patient department (OPD) have been suffering from Hong Kong flu and influenza virus.
JANAKPUR, July 21: Most parts of Janakpur Sub-metropolitan City have been waterlogged following incessant rain due to lack of proper outlet. Most of the parts in all the 27 Wards of the sub-metropolis are waterlogged.
KATHMANDU, June 29: Nepal has been ranked the 33rd most fragile state in the world among 168 nations and third most fragile state among eight south Asian nations, according to the Fragile States Index (FSI) 2016, created by The Fund for Peace and Published by Foreign Policy magazine.