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When puppets say it

By Prajwal Shrestha NC supremo Sher Bahadur Deuba is not a technician, rather an unsuccessful political leader or say one among the corrupt leaders. The other day, immediately after formation of the NC-MC coalition government, Deuba said that Nepal cannot construct the Kathmandu-Nijgadh Fast Track Road Project. It is not …

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Economics of Nepali politicians

By Prajwal Shrestha It has already been two weeks since formation of a NC and MC alliance government. On 3 August Pushpakamal Dahal was elected the 39th Prime Minister of this country, yet, he is unable to give the final shape to his cabinet. In the first round, it was …

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No problem of funds for infrastructure development


By Prajwal Shrestha From the infrastructure development tax on petro-products introduced by the previous KP Sharma Oli led government, the government has been able to collect one billion rupees within one and a half months. The government is collecting five rupees per liter of petro-products to construct the Budhigandaki reservoir …

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Economy in doldrums

By Prajwal Shrestha We know, Nepal is a country having enough potentiality for prosperous economy, unfortunately, millions of  people have gone abroad for low quality job as they were unable to secure their future in this country. Our educational institutions in the past as well as in present are producing …

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Difficult to understand!

By Prajwal Shrestha Dr Govinda KC is on fast-onto-death with several demands including stopping the opening of new teaching hospitals. It sounds good that the medical students should get opportunity to study  free of cost and opening of such teaching hospitals in remote parts of the country. The question is …

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Nepal Airlines Corporation


BY PRAJWAL SHRESTHA (Royal) Nepal Airlines Corporation (R)NAC observed its 58th anniversary last week. The officials claimed that in spite of rampant political intervention and bad management, NAC was able to retain and after introduction of two narrow-bodyiesy Airbus, the Corporation has been able to make profit and payback regular …

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Ensure peaceful labour for economic prosperity

BY PRAJWAL SHRESTHA Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is frequently found saying that Nepal is an investment friendly country. How far is this statement true?, as an investor has to face series of hurdles once he makes his investment in the country. First of all, the investor has to face …

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“New” Nepal or ruined Nepal!

BY PRAJWAL SHRESTHA The World Bank has warned that the decline in remittance revenue can be a serious threat to this country. Surely, our economy is not heading towards a right direction. We could not develop industrial environment creating job opportunity for our youths. Industries are closed or say ruined …

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Discouraging foreign investment

By Prajwal Shrestha A section of so-called intellectuals, former senior civil servants have launched a campaign against the mobile and internet service provider Ncell, a joint-venture foreign investment. They are defaming the Ncell on the issue of not paying the revenue on transaction of its shares. The fact is that …

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What happened to the “patriotic” Energy Minister?

By Prajwal Shrestha Nepal is a beautiful country with a huge potential of natural resources. Due to the petty interests of the political leaders and high ranking government officials, the country has been seriously ruined in the economic field. We have enough water for irrigation and also generation of hydropower, …

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