Stories By 'Binod Ghimire'
The Nepal Army, one-year into building the Kathmandu-Tarai Expressway without the detailed project report, has said preparations for the DPR will not affect progress of the national pride project to be completed within four years.
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The Nepal Army has appointed a Korean company to prepare a detailed project report (DPR) for the Kathmandu-Tarai expressway, nearly 16 months after laying the foundation stone for the highly touted project.
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With the presidential seal, the government’s Free and Compulsory Education Act came into effect on Tuesday, making the state responsible for ensuring that no child is deprived of school education.
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Less than five months to the end of the extended tenure of the two transitional justice bodies, little or no progress has been made in investigating the war-era cases of human rights violation as the government continues to delay the release of funds necessary for the process.
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It might surprise many to learn that Nepal does not just export students to foreign countries, but is also a destination for foreign students, primarily from India, who come here to study medicine. For these students, medical colleges in Nepal are not just cheaper but are also reputed for being of a certain quality.
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Nepali students continue to leave the country in droves to pursue higher education abroad. Government records show that 60,000 such students left the country last fiscal year, nearly double the number from the previous 2015-16 fiscal year. As more and more students and their parents have come to realise the value of a quality education, one that might not be so readily available in Nepal, the number of young Nepalis leaving the country in pursuit of a university education has duly increased.
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