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Krishnahari Pushkar

Krishnahari Pushkar
Krishna Hari Pushkar is a Joint Secretary of the Nepal Government. Mr. Pushkar has special expertise in areas such as good governance, public administration, international labor migration, immigration, trafficking control, conflict management, security affairs, disaster management and international relations. He is pursuing his Fulbright Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship in the United Sates and is now associated with Michigan State University.

Climate Change Leads to Economic Catastrophe in Nepal

Nepal is a small stakeholder who pollutes less but is affected more. All should help and contribute to Nepal to fund and provide necessary support to fight against climate changes.

Overall Productivity of Civil Service Declines in Nepal

The Depolticization process in civil service is not everything to make perfect; but it is an important instrument that helps the nation to keep its' system and people healthy, happy and prosperous.

Is Nepal Practicing Faulty Inclusion Laws?

End of Inclusion in Nepal for Madhesh and Madhesi People. Inclusion is pure an antithesis of exclusion, so it cannot be dared to push people into more exclusion in the name of Inclusion process.

Nepal: Hello Sarkar Hello Government

Accountable Government is Good Governance that will help to win the trust of the people on government specially in post conflict transition and fragility.

Corruption in Foreign Employment Torments Nepal

The foreign employment business carries both positive and negative remarks and has multifarious dimensions and connotations in its perceptiveness.

Nepal Must Institutionalize System of Dialogue to Address Labour Disputes

Specific and technically simulated transitional strategy and roadmap required to address the issues related to industrial peace and managing and dealing with good labour relation in Nepal.

Public View on Diplomatic Productivity of Nepal

Previously, it was a matter of special concern for royalties and so called public celebrities, but now the perspectives have been changed and almost all Nepalese peoples are started to judge their own relationship and plus-minus shares in the produc

Nepal’s Post-Conflict Reconstruction is Underway But in a Critical Phase

Post conflict reconstruction and development (PCRD) in Nepal is in limbo. It is a major part of political agenda that includes humanitarian, governance and developmental agenda and multidimensional activities.

Nepal’s Illegal Workforce: What Can be Done About it?

The lawless epidemic is not limited to radical Nepalese but also includes disgraceful acts being committed by everyone including foreigners.

Foreigners Disobeying the Laws of Nepal

Nepal is a peculiar country in the world where massive numbers of foreigners have been working without obtaining necessary employment permit and appropriate visas.

UNMIN’s Reintegration Plan Under Fire in Nepal

The United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN)'s has imported and now introduced a sixty weeks reintegration plan for ex-Maoist Combatants in Nepal.

Government in Nepal: Consensual Vs Majority Party?

The Nepal peace process is in Limbo. On the one hand the resignation of Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal has been accepted by President Ram Baran Yadav on Wednesday 30 June.

Ministry of Labour Needs To Be Involved in Reintegration of Former...

The Ministry could be a principle means to deal and resolve the ongoing dilemmas of the peace process on the reintegration and rehabilitation issue of ex-Maoist combatants.

General Strike: End Political Deadlock of Nepal

The Maoist Party of Nepal has declared crud general strike. Everything seems out of order and national life is stopped. So, all political parties should practices the philosophy of constitutionalism and rule of law till it works.Nepal is in transiti

Neither Peace nor Constitution in Nepal

The ongoing Nepalese Peace Process (PP) has been virtually postponed and the deadline of constitution writing has passed without submitting even the coarse draft.

Politics on Peace and Constitution in Nepal

It has become a mandatory condition for Highlevel Political Mechanism to unite all active parties and politician into a platform to get common political consensus from inside and outside of the power-gameboard to deal with conflicting issue of peace