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Taking Nepali podcasts forward

Asmita Manandhar, The Kathmandu Post. Ben Hammersley coined the term ‘podcast’ in his 2004 article published in The Guardian. But it was more an afterthought than a deliberate and conscious naming—his editor needed him to…

Kickstart Your Own Awesome Podcast

While half of the US population is a dedicated listener, many Nepalis are yet to be familiarized with the term, ‘podcast’. The reason podcasts have made their way into the lives of Americans and have…

Is cryptocurrency legal in Nepal?

So far, cryptocurrencies are illegal in a few countries, whereas the rest of the world either sees it as fitting to utilise these ‘monies’, or keeps them in a grey area of financial law. Similarly,…

Is bitcoin banned in Nepal?

Ban of Transaction of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in Nepal. The central bank of Nepal, Nepal Rastra Bank (“NRB”) published a notice pursuant to Nepal Rastra Bank Act 2001 (“NRB Act”) and Foreign Exchange (Regulation) Act 1962 (“FERA”) prohibiting the…

Top 5 Ways to Earn Money for Students

Are you a student? Do you want to make an extra buck for your pocket money? We know you cannot do a 9-5 office job because it can hamper your study. But you can do…