Government Jobs Still In Demand by Youth

By: Rebati Adhikari ‘Sarkari kaam kaile jala gham’ is an old axiom that has been in use since time immemorial to signify bureaucrats’ apathy towards service. The picture today being of tardy servic…

Fast Track Running Slow

The development of the much-talked about Kathmandu-Tarai Fast Track road project – the expressway to connect the country’s capital to southern plains – is in limbo. More than five month…

GST and Its Impact On Nepal’s Economy

By B360 Correspondent The Government of India has enforced the Goods and Services Tax (GST) since July this year. This has caused short and long term impact on the Nepali economy as two-third of Ne…

CAN SAARC DELIVER ON DISASTER MANAGEMENT

By Paresh Khetan SAARC is a topic that has become increasingly frivolous and hopelessly redundant. In fact addressing the organisation as a topic is problematic; at this point it can be more accura…

WHERE DOES THE TAXPAYER’S MONEY GO?

By B360 Correspondent Government’s revenue collection has been increasing sharply each year with high growth rate. The government aims to collect Rs 730.05 billion in the current fiscal, whic…

THE REAL STATE OF REAL ESTATE

By B360 Special Correspondent If there is one sector that has witnessed a real roller coaster ride in the past decade, it has to be the real estate sector. Starting from humble beginnings to expone…

MY FIRST CAR

Firsts are always treasured. The same can be said of your first set of personal wheels. Four professionals from different walks of life share memories with their first automobile. Kreeti Shakya Fou…

ELECTRIC VEHICLES STILL TOO EXPENSIVE

By Rebati Adhikari Nepal has a long history of electric means of transportation. Dhorsing-Matatirtha ropeway, Hetauda-Kathmandu ropeway, Kathmandu-Bhaktapur trolley bus are some examples from years…

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