Nepal | August 09, 2020

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  • In pursuit of knowledge and employment

    Rather than just concentrating on the degree one is pursuing, our readers urge all to do or pursue something that one is truly interested in. ...

  • Second phase of ‘heterogeneous’ stimulus package should aim at upscaling the economy

    Experts have suggested the government to bring in stimulus package which is ‘heterogeneous’ in nature, boosts the morale of businesses and helps revive the economy from the ongoing turbulence trig...

  • Visit Nepal Year 2020: Let’s promote homestays

    Tourism is one of the most important engines of economic growth and development. As per the data published by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), the tourism industry now accounts for 10 perc...

  • EDITORIAL: Shortage of nurses

    A shortage of nurses in state-run hospitals could put the country’s healthcare system under increased strain in the coming days, dampening the government’s effort to provide quality care to its ci...

  • Editorial: Poor capital spending

    It makes little sense only to be allocating a large chunk of the budget for public capital expenditure if the government is unable to spend it....

  • ILO will negotiate on behalf of migrants for equal pay, facilities

    The government, in recent times, has introduced various programmes like the Prime Minister Employment Programme and Social Security Scheme and also revised the Labour Act to address issues related to ...

  • Budget expectations

    Principally, the budget should focus on introducing measures to promote country’s production sector. The government should first identify problems and rectify them through the budget so that the cou...

  • EDITORIAL: Challenging task

    The government has just launched a highly-challenging Prime Minister Employment Programme (PMEP), hoping to ease the huge unemployment problem of the country to some degree. ...

  • Family forestry: Not out of woods

    The shrinking of forest cover in Nepal due to various reasons has emerged as a major concern. In this context, promotion of family forestry, or private forestry, can hugely contribute in maintaining f...

  • EDITORIAL: Encourage enterprise

    An unprecedented surge in imports is hurting the country’s economy. Imports, according to a recent central bank report, have surged like never before, leading to greater outflow of funds from the co...

  • ‘Execution challenges should be addressed collectively’

    The first federal budget for fiscal 2018-19 presented on May 29 drew widespread criticism, with even the ruling party members stating it failed to give an impression that the government is putting eno...

  • Increasing remittance: More pain than gain

    Youths, the power-house for the development of nation, are increasingly departing for foreign countries in search of employment. Currently, about five million Nepali youths are in foreign jobs....

  • Security dominates French election after shooting

    The killing of a policeman by a suspected Islamist militant pushed national security to the top of the French political agenda on Friday, two days before the presidential election....

  • Investment in infrastructure must to unleash economic potential

    The country needs to invest massively in the infrastructure sector to address the huge infrastructural gap that will provide the necessary impetus to unleash the country’s economic potential....

  • ‘Fear of failure has inhibited entrepreneurship development’

    Sujan Dhungana of The Himalayan Times spoke to Mangesh Lal Shrestha, President of Nepalese Young Entrepreneurs' Forum, to know about the current state of entrepreneurship development in Nepal, along w...

  • MoI faces budget crunch to implement new projects

    At a time when the ruling Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre) is mulling to bring a supplementary budget, the Ministry of Industry (MoI) has said that it is facing a budget crunch to implement di...