Stories By 'ALISHA SIJAPATI'
Following two-month back-to-back sculpture exhibitions, Siddhartha Art Gallery recently kicked off a photography exhibition, Spectrum, by retired diplomat and photographer Laurence Kent Jones on Tuesday at its premises in Babarmahal.
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What prompted you to open a consulting firm for HR management? Since 2005, what sort of evolution have you seen in the HR sector?
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Mahesh Jaju started out his career at a garment factory 35 years ago. But after working in the factory for a couple of years, at the age of 22, Jaju co-founded the Kabra Group that associated with soaps and packaging.
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Gionee mobile phones, founded in 2002, has already established itself as one of the top mobile manufacturers in the world. Since making a foray into the Nepali market three years ago, the brand has already sold over 100,000 phones and has emerged as one of the most popular brands in the burgeoning cell phone market in the country.
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Less than a year ago, when somebody without a vehicle wanted to commute in the Valley, they had one of three options: either hire a taxi that left a big hole in their pockets, suffer through the congestion of public vehicles or, even worse, walk through the dust and smog. But since the launch of Tootle, a ride sharing service, things have changed for the better.
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To come in and run a well-established business is a daunting task for even the most seasoned of managers, never mind a college-going student. But Aagraha Aryal, a 20-year-old hotel management student, was forced to take up the reins at Hotel Crown Himalayas in Pokhara as just a teenager following a family tragedy.
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