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If Ebola Enters Nepal It Will Be Impossible To Control
Nepal is unprepared to handle a possible Ebola outbreak, even while the deadly virus has already taken 5, 000 lives around the world.

Dr Basu Dev Pandey, Chief of Disease Control Section at Epidemiology and Disease Control Division, and the government-appointed Ebola point-man in Nepal, minced no words in describing Nepal’s poor preparedness in a candid conversation with Mahabir Paudyal and Arjun Poudel.
Nepal Is A Key Market For Us
Hygienic Research Institute (HRI) is an Indian cosmetic company producing different varieties of cosmetic products. The company has been supplying its products to the Nepali market for the past 18 years. Manish K Chhabra, managing director and CEO of HRI, is in Nepal for the launch of his company´s new product -- Streax Insta Natural Cream Hair Color.

Republica talked with Chhabra to know about the new product and the Nepali market for cosmetic products. Excerpts:
Top Leaders Seem To Have No Understanding Of Federalism
At 74, political, human rights and social activist Padma Ratna Tuladhar has started to show his age. But the septuagenarian activist, who has recently been proposed as the head of the National Movement for Adibasi and Janajati starting next month, comes to life whenever the topic turns to the place of the marginalized, Dalits and Janajatis in the new constitution. Here are excerpts of his candid conversation with Mahabir Paudyal.

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Malaysia Airlines Satisfied With Business In Nepal
Malaysia Airlines has completed two years of direct flights to Nepal. The airline, which started three flights a week from September 1, 2012 to Nepal, has now added two more flights per week. The airline has also opened its new office in Kathmandu.

Azahar Hamid,
regional senior vice president for South Asia and Middle East of the Malaysia Airlines, came to Nepal to inaugurate the new office. Republica´s Susheel Bhattarai caught up with Hamid to talk about the airlines´ business in Nepal, growing competition and the airlines´ future plan, among others. Excerpts: 
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