Biztoon November 2021

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Feedback November 2021

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Voices November 2021

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Liquor Indicators

Liquor Indicators November 2021

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Crosswords November 2021

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Corporate Movements

Corporate Movements November 2021

Corporate Movements November 2021 . . . Read more »

Women at Work

Alisha Shrestha : Scaling New Heights of SUCCESS in IT

Hard work and innovation have been two of the key factors behind the success of one of the prominent women in the Nepali tech . . . Read more »

Economic Diplomacy

Karan Vaidya : Bringing Nepal and Latvia Closer

On 24 February 2020, the then Foreign Affairs Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali met with his Latvian counterpart Edgars Rinkēvičs in Geneva, Switzerland, on the sidelines of the 43rd session of the . . . Read more »



In 2019, Rita Ghalan, a resident of Bauddha, Kathmandu, noticed droplets of blood in the basin while brushing her teeth. She found that the blood came from her mother's mouth who was coughing . . . Read more »


Interactive Training of NewBiz Startup Summit and Awards 2021 Organised

New Business Age Pvt Ltd, the publishers of New Business Age monthly magazine and Aarthik Abhiyan National Daily, has organised the Special Training for The . . . Read more »

Startup Scene


This promising startup aims to bring big changes in access to law and justice through the use of . . . Read more »


eMagazine November 2021

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Startup Scene

Startups Receive Endorsement from FNCCI

The apex body of the Nepali private sector has launched a bold initiative to match 50 startups with 50 . . . Read more »


WEST SETI HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT : New Approach Needed to End the Decades-long Uncertainty

The unsuccessful attempts made over the past two and a half decades to start the development of this project provide important lessons for other large hydropower projects in . . . Read more »


Food Processing Industry Emerges Stronger

As the force of the pandemic gets weaker, the prospects for the domestic food processing industry has become brighter with the demand for food products increasing . . . Read more »


SMEs: Trying to Survive and Getting Back to Business

Nature Nepal, a beauty care items manufacturing company used to export around 50 percent of its products to international markets. But its major source of revenue dried up quickly after the outbreak . . . Read more »


Lucrative Market of Electric Kitchen Appliances

Electric kitchen appliances are likely to dominate the Nepali kitchens soon as electricity-based cooking systems are comparatively cheaper than LPG fueled ones as the hope of reliable electricity . . . Read more »

Cover Story


The government is asking the private sector and investors to invest in certain priority sectors with a promise that it would not seek the source of income for two years. While the government wants to . . . Read more »

Economy and Policy


People involved in business need to be mindful of developments taking place around the globe- both threats as well as . . . Read more »

Economy and Policy

Nepal's Foreign Policy : Then and Now

Nepal needs a new approach to foreign policy to make its presence felt on the global . . . Read more »

Economy and Policy

Making Inroads to Clean and Green Energy

Countries around the world are making a mark in the realm of clean and green energy in an effort to contain and reverse the process of climate . . . Read more »


"Nepal's exports will reach Rs 300 billion by the end of FY2021/22 if the current pace of export continues"

International trade and commerce have undergone a monumental change over the past 18 months. While the situation has returned to normalcy in recent months as the pandemic . . . Read more »

No Laughing Matter

Foreign Hands at Home

No sooner had the US announced USD 500 million in grants to Nepal under the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) agreement, than the Nepalis divided into two sides and started hissing and growling . . . Read more »

From the Editor

Making Things Right in Power Supply

The Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) is trying to sell electricity to Indian power companies stating that there is excess electricity in the country. On the other hand, many Nepali industries are . . . Read more »

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