Use of remittance: Realities and potentials
The government may not have enough scope to make decisions about the remittances individuals receive. However, it can make plans to maximise overall benefits by assisting families to increase remittances and their benefits. Therefore, there is a need to develop a strategic framework including various national and international experiences.
Binod Chapagain/August 13
Nepal's labor laws: Reform or perish
If Nepal brings out a labor law that restores mutual trust and cohesion among the most important players of industrial sector, it can make itself ready for a new era of industrialization once the ongoing acute power crisis is partially solved, which is expected by 2017.
Dysfunctional state and misplaced priorities
The Modi euphoria and the uproar in the Parliament over the killing of a don show misplaced priorities of our representatives.
Time to employ Nepali ways
We have internalized the negative facets of westernization, globalization and individualism rather than their positive aspects. They are influencing us at the cost of our roots and cultural values and norms. Copying others become meaningful only when we integrate our own creativity and ideas into the things we copy. Only then we can gradually progress from being followers to becoming leaders.
Bishnu Chandra Gautam