This social business is challenging the menstrual discourse

Using vending machines to sell sanitary napkins, Pad2Go hopes to dispense with menstrual taboos.


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​​​​​​​Eco-friendly bricks building new future for construction

Bajra Brick is in the market to bring greener ways to the trade—manufacturing bricks and tiles through smoke and dust free methods

Rose Singh, May 26 2019

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Anek brings variety to Kathmandu’s fashion scene—a place for proper plus-sized clothing

Following years of struggles to find clothes of their size and choice, a group of four friends have seen success in bringing bigger sizes to the market.


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Corporate houses are becoming more accommodating to women: Punam Singh

Nowadays, the corporate houses are becoming more accommodating when it comes to looking after new mothers. Companies have started providing six months maternity leave.

Post Report, May 19 2019

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For those who like to travel, Yatri Supply provides what you might need

After several camera strap prototypes and product tests, Yatri Supply produced a first-run of 15 camera straps, which were either sold or distributed for free among their friends and families.

Tsering Ngodup Lama, May 12 2019

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Prasanna Pokhrel: Retaining an employee for 20 years has now become irrelevant

Established in 1999, Vianet currently serves more than 75,000 customers with over 150 customer service operation contact centres.


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​​​​​​​Need a drink delivered? obliges.

In a competitive ecommerce landscape, has managed to distinguish itself by delivering alcohol to doorstops, and offering impeccable customer service.

Tsering Ngodup Lama, Apr 28 2019

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Tanka Bhattarai: Potential employees must demonstrate judgment, initiative, teamwork

The most important part of the hiring process is the interview. The reference is also important to know the attitude of the candidate. Besides talent, an employee’s attitude plays an important role in their hiring.


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Abhishek Tuladhar is bringing a uniquely Nepali touch to age-old cocktail recipes

When Tuladhar returned to Kathmandu in 2016, after a decade of living abroad, he’d acquired a strong taste for cocktails. But in Kathmandu, he discovered that the cocktails didn’t suit his palate, leading him to make his own, and share them with his family and friends.

Alisha Sijapati, Apr 22 2019

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Weaving wonders

All of the Woven’s products are handmade in Nepal while the materials are sourced from various places, primarily rural women’s cooperatives in Salija village of Parbat district that collect material produced in households.

Shuvechchhya Pradhan, Apr 15 2019

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The tailor who makes suits for Kathmandu's elite

Kapali was sixteen years old when he started his career as a tailor at Model Tailors in New Road. While that shop is no more, back in the 60s, Model was known as one of the best and biggest tailoring places in Kathmandu, so much that even the royals got their suits tailored there.

Abha Dhital, Apr 08 2019

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