Nepal, Dec. 3 -- Deepak Tuladhar had spent more than seven years in the UK, working for a supply chain management company as an Human Resource manager, when he decided to start a new life from scratch. He returned to Nepal with a desire to start something on his own, he just didn't know what yet. In their initial days in Nepal, Tuladhar and his partner began to travel across the country, visiting various districts to explore business opportunities. It was during this trip Tuladhar noticed that agriculture, the Nepali economy's mainstay, was not doing so well. While farmers received meagre returns on their produce, customers were paying exorbitant prices. Middle-men seemed to be the only ones doing well. Given his experience in supply chai...