Kathmandupost Blog

Local Polls 2017: Preliminary results indicate new trend in urban politics

Posted May 18 2017 by KAMAL DEV BHATTARAI Filed under New trend, urban politics

But the preliminary vote counting results of Kathmandu Metropolitan City and Lalitpur Metropolitan city indicate new trend in urban politics which is quite different from the past election results.
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Let’s protect Chure

Posted Mar 31 2017 by DIWAKAR SAPKOTA Filed under Chure

The Chure accounts for 12.84 percent of the country’s land area. Geologically, it consists of loose sedimentary rock like shale, slate and conglomerates which have the poorest infiltration capacity.
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Threats of digital world

Posted Mar 21 2017 Filed under digital world

The overarching sweep of the global hacking capability developed by America’s Central Intelligence Agency, as alleged by the whistle-blowing outfit known as WikiLeaks, warrants deep reflection.
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A Tokyo-based Nepali entrepreneur's views on fellow countrymen

Posted Mar 20 2017 by Suresh Giri Filed under Nepali student, Japan

Japan has become a popular destination for Nepali low, semi-skilled and skilled manpower. According to a latest available figure, more than 65,000 Nepali work and study in Japan. It is also noted here that Nepalis make up the sixth largest foreign population in Japan.
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Rethinking education

Posted Jan 27 2017 by BIKASH KHATRI

Every aspiring learner must have his own customised syllabus which will propel him toward excellence that he seeks.
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10 domestic travel destinations you can’t afford to miss in 2017

Posted Jan 01 2017 Filed under domestic travel destinations

The tourism industry was hit hard by the earthquakes and India’s trade embargo in 2015.
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How inequality found a voice

Posted Oct 31 2016 by Michael Spence

MILAN—It took a long time for widening inequality to have an impact on politics, as it suddenly has done in recent years.
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Childhood memory on BR Ambedkar

Posted Aug 22 2016 by Poorna Bhadra Adiga Filed under BR Ambedkar

One day in October 1956, it was announced over the radio that Babasaheb BR Ambedkar, eminent jurist and the chief architect of the Constitution of the Republic of India, was going to visit Nepal.
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This is what new Dharahara would look like

Posted Aug 01 2016 by Post Report Filed under new Dharahara

The government has made public sketches of the new Dharahara amidst a programme in the Capital on Monday. The sketches reveal that the new Dharahara would look similar to the old one, however, it would be equipped with modern amenities.
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Ramadan in Nepal

Posted Jun 28 2016 by Milan Poudel

Like Muslims around the world Nepali believers are undertaking the month-long fasting in the month of Ramadan.
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Why is Game of Thrones so popular?

Posted Jun 26 2016 by Anusha Neupane

From fire breathing dragons to political power play and everything in between, Game of Thrones is one of a kind.
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