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Germany’s China Problem

Berlin is walking a thin line between its strongest ally and its biggest trading partner

Anna Sauerbrey, Jan 18 2019

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Consider firing your male broker

Years of research show female investors outperform men. But only about 1 in 5 brokers are women

Blair duQuesnay, Jan 18 2019

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What really happened 

Mathbar Singh’s manuscript explains Shah’s entry into  Bhaktapur where he grew up 

Sanyukta Shrestha, Jan 18 2019

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Capitalising on back seats 

The government’s decision to lift the ban on ride-sharing is progressive

Mangal Bahadur Thapa, Jan 18 2019

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Know each other better

China hopes that the development of bilateral relations will benefit ordinary Nepali

GAO LIANG, Jan 18 2019

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Locked up abroad

A mechanism needs to be created to protect the legal aid rights of migrant workers

ANURAG DEVKOTA, Jan 17 2019

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Hope and despair

If things don’t get straightened out soon, Nepal may enter uncharted territory

Pramod Mishra, Jan 17 2019

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17 years of denied justice

Muktinath Adhikari’s family is among thousands who have been dismissed in the Transitional Justice process

Suman Adhikari, Jan 16 2019

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A dry spell

Politically, climate change has not advanced beyond rhetoric

MADHUKAR UPADHYA, Jan 16 2019

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The joy of being a woman

Many of us have learned that happiness is a skill and a choice

Mary Pipher, Jan 15 2019

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The man who humbled

An interview with Lt. Gen. Gadi Eisenkot, Israel’s chief of staff

BRET STEPHENS, Jan 15 2019

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The housecleaning job that saved my life

My client knew she was dying—so she helped me figure out how to live

Stephanie Land, Jan 15 2019

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Buddhist mart

For the first time in the history of Nepalese tourism, the Buddhist International Travel Mart came into being from 11th January 2019 (‘Buddhist Travel Mart to kick off on Jan 12’, December 26, 2018, TKP Online).

Jan 15 2019

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Positive steps

For the first time in Nepal’s tourism history, the number of tourists has crossed the one million mark (‘Tourist arrivals cross coveted 1-million mark’, Jan 8, 2019, TKP Online). 

Jan 15 2019

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Addressing the drain

Nepal has much to gain from the skills and knowledge of students who have studied in Australia 

Jagannath Adhikari, Jan 15 2019

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