We looked inside some of the tweets by @kathmandupost and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
#EDITORIAL Telling the whole truth takes an effort, but in today’s world, not making an effort to tell the whole truth is not an alternative. https://kathmandupost.com/editorial/2019/07/17/the-kathmandu-post-s-next-chapter
Tens of thousands of Nepali migrant workers—stuck in various Gulf countries—will be able to return home as the government is planning to revise the existing ban on Nepali citizens from taking up housemaid jobs in those countries. https://bit.ly/2P9cd8v — by @CK_Mandal
Following pressure from conflict victims, international community and human rights organisations, the government is finally ready to amend the transitional justice act and appoint officials to the two transitional justice commissions. https://bit.ly/2Z7lPoK — by @binodjourno
Here are some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post (August 23, 2019). https://kathmandupost.com/national/2019/08/23/icymi-here-are-our-top-stories-from-friday-august-23
The once green rice fields are now covered with wilted crops, says Rajendra Yadav, a farmer from Tirahut Rural Municipality in Saptari district. https://bit.ly/2MvSLRj
The past month has seen delegations from the people’s representatives in Bajhang visiting the Ministry of Home Affairs in Kathmandu, demanding the immediate transfer of CDO Sunar. https://bit.ly/2L392dg
It came as a shock to this group of guides sitting idly in front of Kumari Ghar, Basantapur, when I asked them if I could hire a guide. A local person needed a guide to be shown around the city.
https://bit.ly/2Nq9tB2 — by @SrizuB
But over the last few years, Boudha has seen an influx of new restaurants serving cuisine from all over the world-Japanese, Vietnamese, Korean, Spanish, Italian and Chinese.
https://bit.ly/2ZqqlOu — by @TseringNgodupL1
Although initially decried by some calling it a brutal and without any rules, MMA, of late, has undergone a number of changes and has become one of the rapidly growing sport in the world and the growing craze has not eluded Nepal.
https://bit.ly/2PbiAIt — by @theshailen
Nepal currently does not have a national strategy on suicide prevention. As a result, no concerted efforts have been made to address this growing mental health issue at the national level.
https://bit.ly/2KOiHoW — by @Tsering_
The parliamentary Development and Technology Committee has paved the way for the existing service providers to air clean feed content only a year after the endorsement of the Advertisement Bill. https://bit.ly/2L1E0SP — by @RijalPrahlad
El Mediterraneo gave itself three chances, and the only wish should be that they're consistent. But, it only got one right. Two were still mid-moo, but not bleeding. The third, however, was as close to perfect as one can get in Nepal.
https://bit.ly/30yzUZe — by @HanteNumber1
Kathmandu Metropolitan City's ‘Pick and Drop’ drive, which was introduced nearly eight months ago, is operating effectively despite receiving various criticism at the beginning, according to authorities and regular commuters.
https://bit.ly/2HlfWcI — by @dhungana_shuvam
Delay in the implementation of government policies has adversely affected the stock exchange market as seen by the bearish trend in recent weeks, said stockbrokers.
https://bit.ly/2zfynv5 — by @khanalrajesh1
The Patan High Court had last week issued an order to arrest Khadka Bahadur Khatri, minister for physical infrastructure development in Karnali Province, for allegedly committing a banking offence.
https://bit.ly/30sFagP — by @journoprithvi
OPINION: For Nepal, both Hong Kong and Kashmir are important markers that will reveal the contours of the new global order. A shift in global power brings with it disruptions before an equilibrium is achieved.
https://bit.ly/2Zgi9ME — by @amish973
EDITORIAL: Cases of sexual abuse in shelter homes and their sorry state reveal not just the systemic failure of the state to protect its most fragile, but also the many institutional loopholes that make possible the occurrence of such incidents. https://bit.ly/2ZgfOBm
Nepali workers—both men and women working as domestic help—have not been able to return to Nepal after the government prohibited Nepali citizens from going to work as domestic help in the Gulf countries.
https://bit.ly/2P9cd8v — by @CK_Mandal
According to leaders familiar with the agreement, the parties are preparing to revive an old draft, which was rejected by conflict victims a year ago, to amend the transitional justice act.
https://bit.ly/2Z7lPoK — by @binodjourno