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Remittance inflow at record high as well as coffins. What’s not to like?

You might be inclined to think your prejudice about stats is just presenting itself here. Yet according to Chandan Sapkota’s latest post this steady increase is kosher (you would love to see that for your investment fund): Third highest remittance … Continue reading

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Jolly good job done by these two blokes

C. Sapkota has a good post about In-depth analysis of Nepal’s export competitiveness and it is mind-boggling how an anachronistic movement could bring a country on a steep slope ever since. Here the exports curve of Nepal when the Maoists … Continue reading

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Nepal shucks hydropower. Fully embraces Bitches Power

Meet Sunita (full name withheld adhering to our strict journalistic ethos, Amen!), the embodiment of Women Power 1.0 Nepal. While neighboring Bhutan is still steeped in last-century technology like generating power from water, Nepal did not hesitate to step into … Continue reading

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Sushil Koirala elected as twenty seventh Prime Minister of Nepal

Kathmandu, Feb. 10: Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala has been elected the twenty seventh Prime Minister of Federal Republic Nepal. The Legislature-Parliament today elected 74-year-old leader Koirala as the new PM through voting.  Koirala, still a bachelor despite several party … Continue reading

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Nepal to build first subway

Nepal is in the final hot planning stages to build the first subway train system in Chitwan, or rather underneath the jungle of Chitwan. Sources who wish to remain anonymous confirmed that star architect Norman Foster will design the project. … Continue reading

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Kathmandu’s TIA ushers in new era of flying

After 46 years of providing a pretty decent strip to land on, Kathmandu’s CAAN decided to go even more green and banish wide-body planes from landing on its royal turf of concrete at Tribhuvan International Airport. It has published a … Continue reading

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Kwik’s Cheeseballs: “Making people lick their fingers for last 25 years.”

Happy Dashain & muchas Thanks to Chaudhary Group’s popular snack Kwik’s Cheeseballs, celebrating its 25th anniversary.  

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