Stories By 'Sujeev Shakya'
In the beautiful city of Tangier, Morocco more than 150 people from 65 countries gathered to discuss the future of technology, innovation and society.
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In the basement of a building at the Soaltee Hotel, at the end of a long corridor, a room exists where many major decisions have been taken that have changed the fate of the business, the country and its people.
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Last week, a major piece of news from this paper went quite noticed. The average spending of tourists coming to Nepal had hit a seven-year low at $44 per day, which means that there are a good number of tourists probably living on less than $10 a day—therefore bringing down the average spending.
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In the first quarter of 2019, there were three key indications of a wave of change within the current government centred around the foreign minister.
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In Nepal, it is not surprising that people who can efficiently learn how to create Virtual Private Networks on their smartphones to download restricted material pretend not to know how to use the calendar function.
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There was a high level breakfast roundtable moderated by Wall Street Journal columnist, Sadanand Dhume, on the sidelines of the recently concluded Nepal Investment Summit 2019.  Dhume had a very simple question to ask: 
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