Stories By 'Sujeev Shakya'
For those of us who lived in a country that reeled under a blockade when it was just recovering from a devastating earthquake, news of a nation being obstructed by another takes us down the memory lane.
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Last week at the Human Capital Conference organised by the National Banking Institute, it was heartening to see a room full of people—many of whom were women—keen to learn about the developments in the area of human capital.
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Local elections are the key drivers of a functioning democracy, a responsible opposition, the rule of law and strong institutions. So when local elections take place after nearly 20 years, it definitely brings a lot of joy.
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A few Mondays ago, I received a call from a firm trying to explore investment opporunities in Nepal; the representative wanted to know the state of the market and stock exchange.
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Recently, a young woman quit her job in an organisation a month after starting work, because her employers refused to give her a two-week leave to attend ‘sangeet’ rehearsals for her cousin’s wedding.
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Each new year gives us an opportunity to introspect and look ahead. In Nepal, we get multiple such opportunities every year.
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