Myth of secular stagnation

September 5, 2018 01:30 am

Unless and until the selfishness and myopia that define our politics is overcome, an economy that serves the many, rather than the few, will remain an impossible dream

Nepal’s pro-China myth

March 19, 2018 01:30 am

It is meaningless to label political parties and government heads with ‘pro-China’ or ‘pro-India’ tags. As long as they are pro-people, they deserve full support from all

Myth of sound fundamentals

March 4, 2018 00:30 am

With dysfunctional policies pointing to a further compression of saving in the years ahead, the myth of sound US fundamentals has never rung more hollow.

Wellbeing Dependent on Melamchi Myth

August 5, 2017 13:03 pm

Two decades earlier, then Prime Minister Krishna Prasad Bhattarai had envisioned that the residents of Kathmandu would be at ease from the chronic water shortage after the completion of the Melamchi Water Supply Project. This dream has yet to be realized though the project is supposed to be a reliable long-term alternative source of water supply in Kathmandu.

In today’s world of internet and technology, people rarely make an effort to meet each other and indulge in short refreshing chit-chats. Even the intention behind most celebrations is limited to taking photos and uploading them on social media.

Economic myth of Olympics

August 10, 2016 00:15 am

Beyond tourism, no smart business makes investment or trade decisions simply because a city has hosted the Olympics