Published on Jun 10 2017 // bignews, Opinion
Nepal is a colossal attraction to tourists
By Surabi Thapa Nepal is a nation of greenery, filled with vast hills, mountains, rivers and resources, but also a nation without structure or balance. Through the course of 1996 to 2006, Nepal fought a bloody war between the government and the ideals of Maoists, essentially, Nepal fought a bloody war...

Published on Apr 01 2017 // bignews, Featured, Opinion
By Mahendra Subedi Nepal should sign up to the BRI for robust connectivity, production, investments, exports, market expansion, and scientific and technological advancement KATHMANDU: Despite unnecessary hue and cry from a section of politicos at home over the Prime Minister’s recent trip to China,...

Published on Mar 27 2017 // Featured, Nepal News, Opinion
A cursory observation of Nepal’s media
Bibek Sharma Journalism is an important aspect of how a country runs. For a country like Nepal, this activity acts as a medium between the state and the people. The people rely on it to provide them information regarding the various happenings of the country. It is interesting to think how did journalism...

Published on Mar 01 2017 // Featured, Opinion
Information System Audit is widely practiced across the globe in the recent days. The Office of the Auditor General, Nepal (OAG/N) was established in 1959 as a constitutional body.  According to the Constitution, the Auditor General is appointed by the President upon the recommendation of the the Constitutional...

Published on Dec 17 2015 // Featured, Nepal News, Opinion
Intellectual Property Administration in Nepal                                             
By Bisu Kumar K.C Intellectual Property In general terms, ‘intellectual property refers to creation of the mind’ (WIPO). Creative or inventive works and distinctive sign or marks are taken as intellectual property. But there is not concrete definition of intellectual property. The term intellectual...

Published on Dec 17 2015 // Featured, Opinion
Why India tells a lie to the world that Buddha was born in India?      
By Tim I Gurung It was more than fifteen years ago when I was travelling with some family members on a local tour bus in Hong Kong, the tour guide kept telling us that Buddha was born in India, and it totally caught me off guard. Initially, I was quite intrigued, subsequently a burning question started...

Published on Oct 20 2015 // Opinion
India’s blockade on Nepal: Blockade versus balance of power
By Katak Malla The international law has limited application in the current Nepal-India context, concerning blockade – declared or undeclared – whether it is imposed by the government of India (GoI) or its proxy inside Nepal. Under the circumstances, one workable option/strategy for the government...

Published on Oct 17 2015 // Featured, Opinion
Why there are so many organizations in Nepali Diaspora in Hong Kong?      
By Tim I Gurung Nepal is festered with feudal caste system, it has umpteen ethnicities or races of people and it is one of the many reasons why the nation is still lingering on the bottom of the poorest nations in the world. Due to globalization, migration has become a modern phenomenon and Nepalese...