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We Have Seen Very Good Scope For Our Corporate Products
Altaf Halde, is the managing director (South Asia) at Kaspersky Lab, India. As the chief of Kaspersky Lab´s South Asia business, he is responsible for managing channel sales activities and day-to-day business operations in South Asia. Halde was recently in Nepal on a business trip.

Sagar Ghimire
of Republica sat with him to talk about the Nepali market for Kaspersky, challenges for the company and possible collaboration with the government, among other issues. Excerpts:
The DNA Of Entrepreneurship Is Risk-taking
Rosemary Tan was the Global Chair for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 for the Entrepreneurs´ Organization (EO), a network of over 10,000 business owners in 46 countries, employing over 2.4 million people worldwide with US$536 billion in revenue each year.

EO´s aim to drive global economic growth by empowering leading entrepreneurs to learn and grow; transforming their businesses, their communities and themselves.
We Can Form HLPC And Let Prachanda Lead It
'Foreign Aid Should Focus On Long-term Planning And Development'
Stefan Dercon is the chief economist with the Department for International Development (DFID) of UK government. He recently visited Nepal and interacted with political leaders, policy makers and economists on development issues.

During his visit to Nepal, Pushpa Raj Acharya of Republica caught up with Dercon to talk about current economic and development issues.
CPN-Maoist Wants All-powerful Political Conference
Weekly interview with Bhim Rawal

CPN-UML Vice-chairman Bhim Rawal likes to shoot from the hip. Be it on the issue of state-restructuring, or engaging political forces outside Constituent Assembly or promulgating the statute within the given timeframe, he has always had clear stands. Rawal, who is also a member of the cross-party task force formed to carry out negotiations with political forces outside the CA, shared his insights with Mahabir Paudyal.

To start with, the CA’s Constitutional Political Dialogue and Consensus Committee missed its September 6 deadline. What happened?
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