Corruption runs deep and wide

August 30, 2018 01:30 am

Corruption is no more only a case where one takes money straight away from the service seekers. It has taken a shape where it is difficult to find out who the culprit is

How cities are saving China

August 30, 2018 01:00 am

China has learned that rejecting one-size-fits-all approaches and promoting competition among cities is a valuable means of achieving breakthroughs

Think beyond BIMSTEC

August 30, 2018 00:30 am

India and China can find the best possible ways to benefit from BRI, and together can aim for global leadership

BIMSTEC for Nepal

August 29, 2018 01:30 am

For Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka, BIMSTEC could be one more multilateral forum for uplifting their socio-economic profiles in favor of societal benefits

Hope and fear

August 29, 2018 01:00 am

Let’s hope BIMSTEC will help create a world order that is more just for smaller yet more easily manageable countries like Nepal

Tap the opportunity

August 29, 2018 00:30 am

There is a fear that BIMSTEC will go downhill like SAARC. In the last 20 years it has failed to deliver on its objectives

Reinventing BIMSTEC

August 28, 2018 01:30 am

There are no serious problems in bilateral relations among member countries. BIMSTEC leaders have the opportunity to decide future course of this regional process

Of mimic men

August 27, 2018 01:30 am

In a country that has relied on production and export of unskilled manpower for its sustenance, mimic man is an ideal. Naipaul is believed without being read in Nepal

Learn from Imran Khan

August 27, 2018 01:00 am

Why cannot career politicians of Nepal Communist Party, who face much less challenge than Pakistani leader, make pledges for drastic change?

Trump’s dollar weakness

August 27, 2018 00:30 am

Despite dollar appreciation, weak greenback may be in store. Far from making America great again, Trump seems to be hastening its economic decline

On nationalism and populism

August 26, 2018 02:00 am

Nationalism is the highest priority for Nepal but our rulers and political actors are using and abusing it as the political weapon to get into and remain in power

Unequal society

August 26, 2018 01:30 am

Many tend to think that our social structure will break down if women are empowered politically and infidelity will increase

Say no to syndicate

August 26, 2018 01:00 am

The decision to end syndicate was right and just but the government did not have a concrete plan to implement it

Global opinion divided on self-driving cars

Examining grounds for public opinion

March 20, 2018 10:10 am

Sujit Mainali is a reporter and fact checker at South Asia Check, an independent initiative run by Panos South Asia to promote transparency and accountability in politics and media through fact checking in Nepal.

KATHMANDU, Jan 26: Large Taxpayers Office (LTO) is forming a team of experts to advise it on Ncell's ownership transfer case.

KATHMANDU, Oct 22: CPN-UML Chief Whip Bhanubhakta Dhakal has said that major political parties should make a common view regarding impeachment motion registered in the Legislature-Parliament against Chief of Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority.

Prashant Panjiar is a veteran Indian photographer. In his thirty five year long career, he has worked as a mainstream photojournalist for India Today and Outlook.

Social media is a platform where people get connected despite differences. Investigation and research opportunities are opened through the establishment of social media. People get employment and also chance to learn more.

Social media now has become an increasingly important part of our life. The awareness of using social media has moved way ahead than just creating, sharing or exchanging information.