Though Nepal is geographically small, the wide-spread cultural, traditional, and natural diversities make its existence unique from the rest of the world. Varied geographical structures and a plethora of flora and faunas have established Nepal as a sought-after tourism hub. However, the authorities have repeatedly fallen behind on capitalizing the tourism possibilities to the maximum, despite numerous efforts to make the most from the incoming international inrush.
We learn in every step of our life and are constantly engaging in something or the other, improving skills and always on a lookout for better opportunities. Each of our experiences is different in each phase of life. These encounters teach us something new, to help us grow. The people around us, the circumstances that we have been in, the lessons that we are taught, and many other experiences shapes and defines us.
KATHMANDU, Aug 15: The third edition of US Embassy’s Book Bus: Innovation in Education Fair (IEF) is scheduled for Thursday, and Friday and again on August 22 to 25, at the Local Development Training Academy.
KATHMANDU, Aug 15: Lord Buddha Education Foundation (LBEF) organized a reunion program, ‘Milap’, at Amrit Bhog Caterer in Kalikasthan on Friday. According to a press statement issued by LBEF, the annual meet was held to ensure a strong build of the alumni community.
Bigni Devi (left), Gheni Devi (middle) and Aarti Devi (right) have been friends since they came to Kathmandu. They were talking with each other in Jaisidewal, near their rented residence. “We have our good times here. We have been friends since six years”, stated Bigni Devi. Bigni Devi, a Gaur residence, then started grumbling about having to face communal remarks from Nepalese of other regions.