Former advisor to President Yadav, Hari Sharma reveals that, of late, he isn’t only picking books for its content matter or writer but also aesthetic value. Fonts, bindings, cover, size, he talks about them all and also reflects that it might sound slightly unusual. Nevertheless, he is thoroughly enjoying the process of locating and the prospect of owning such literary finds.
March 10, 2017 01:05 AM NPT
By: Kalu Maila
It’s ironic that we have to wait for a day every year to celebrate the achievement of women. When we look at our mothers, wives and sisters, we are amazed by their multi-tasking skills. My mother is a great cook and so is yours. You can go to the best Thakali restaurant in the city but their food can never beat the dal bhat and tarkari your mother makes.
In the recent years, there has been significant improvement in the number of people who have access to education in Nepal: primary, secondary and higher education. But the 21st century Nepal is still grappling with the question of whether or not people have access to education as we struggle to move the conversation forward to question whether or not people have access to quality education.
Staying fit and achieving that six pack abs or a ‘bootylicious’ body has become an increasing lifestyle trend among Nepalis. Seeing celebrities and known personalities maintaining a great body shape through constant and rigorous workout routine have inspired many to hit the gym. Now, people are much aware of the benefits of staying fit and healthy. Here are seven renowned gyms around
A lot of people in the valley suffer from anxiety but still don’t know what anxiety really is. When the physical symptoms manifest, they go from doctor to doctor, never being satisfied with any of their diagnosis because the symptoms persist. When they finally visit a psychiatrist, they have a big file of medical reports with them but not a single solution. The Week talked to Dr Arun Kunwar to know more about this disorder.
No matter how advanced your device is, it doesn’t have the capability to clean itself physically. Still, for some reason, it seems a lot of people are not too particular about cleaning their gadgets. In this case, besides the general gross factor and the obvious hygiene reasons, the chances of dirt, dust and other contaminants clogging up your electronic equipment and affecting its performance are very high.
Here is The Week to the rescue. Cleaning gadgets isn’t as simple as mopping the floor, there are certain factors you will have to keep in your mind.
Spices have been a part of our cuisine for centuries and come with an impressive list of health benefits. Many of us cook using these spices but aren’t completely aware of everything else they bring to the plate apart from just taste. The Week talked to Ganesh Kumal, chef at Bawarchi, to find out more about the spices we use every day and their benefits.
The dust and pollution of Kathmandu have taken their toll on just about everything – our homes, our health, and our skin. While we are doing everything in our control to protect each of these elements from pollution, it seems like there isn’t much we can do in terms of saving our tresses. Frizzy, dry, and unmanageable hair is what we must battle with at the end of a long day only to do it all over again the next day. Here’s how you can keep your hair looking its best despite many factors working against it.
Why wait for a gift? As a woman of the world, we know what we want, and also we have what it takes to go after it. Whether it’s a great job, a fantastic vacation or an amazing apartment, we don’t wait for things to come to us.