• Hidden costs behind zero-cost migration policy Hidden costs behind zero-cost migration policy

    It is a matter of concern that the debate around this issue focuses on so much black and white and not so much in the spectrum in between. Yes, corruption is indeed rampant in the foreign employment sector in Nepal, but it is so precisely because it offers attractive rent-seeking opportunities for policymakers, who are in charge of regulating recruitment agencies.

    Samik Adhikari

  • Nepal's prosperity lies in the hands of youths Nepal's prosperity lies in the hands of youths

    The most important part of the education is to imbibe the confidence among the students the spirit of “I can do it”. That will in turn result in “we can do it” and “Nepal will do it”.

    APJ Abdul Kalam


  • Crafting my anxiety

    I have realized I am deeply depressed and I definitely need to do something about it. I have decided to take psychological help before I skid deeper into confusions. But first I want to craft my anxiety by writing it down. I will write for my own well-being.

    Lucifer Sam

  • Nepali Cricket: The Journey Continues Nepali Cricket: The Journey Continues

    For long, the industry of the players in the field had overshadowed the issues that mar Nepali cricket. However, finishing right at the bottom in two recent tours distant from the equatorial regions has brought them to the surface.

    Sujan Adhikari

Readers Column

  • Corporación Dinant is not driven by corporate greed

    Dinant is not in conflict with the genuine peasant associations of Honduras: Our African Palm plantations support thousands of sustainable jobs with company pensions and compensation levels well above the national minimum wage; they have also significantly contributed to improving skills, education and health. We recognize the value and importance of engaging peacefully and transparently with those that hold different viewpoints and believe that we can find some common points of mutual interest.

  • A letter to our Honorable Prime Minister

    Lighting up the capital was not an end but a beginning towards infrastructure development, implementing the power treaties, scaling the economies upwards, and to write the constitution on time.