There is so much to give

Published On: October 29, 2016 09:59 AM NPT By: Shikha Bahety

Last few events at The Ktm Drive has made me realize that there is so much to give, and the more that I have gotten involved in social activities, it feels that we have been doing such less work.

Our problems are just illusions, let’s deal with them

Published On: October 26, 2016 10:21 AM NPT By: Rishikesh Upadhyaya

Problems! Well, we face it every day, every moment and everywhere.

A thousand lives gone, a billion hearts moan

Published On: September 21, 2016 12:46 PM NPT By: Safal Niraula

I might sound insane but I cherished those blinking seconds of past 12 hours observing the state which was nearly divided by the political and religious earthquakes had now united against the natural earthquake.

Giving back to Kathmandu

Published On: August 30, 2016 11:45 PM NPT By: Shradha Shrestha

Behind that shiny glass of a Volkswagen, a handsome face popped out. Seconds later a can of Coke was hurled out of the car’s window down to a nearby footpath. The man must have been quite rich, obviously because he drives a Volkswagen, and from what I could notice, he looked educated as well. And my imaginative head took him up as the kind of rich and educated man who keeps complaining about our government and lashes out on Nepali leaders for ruining the nation.

Tipplers’ traffic turns to Nepal

Published On: August 29, 2016 03:59 PM NPT By: Arun Kumar Shrivastav

As Bihar becomes the fifth state in India after Kerala, Manipur, Nagaland and Gujarat to implement total prohibition on drinking, there is a daily hide and seek being played out in the bordering districts between those used to drinking and authorities who are up to the task to ensure that they don’t.

Nepal’s super generation

Published On: August 20, 2016 09:08 AM NPT By: Saurav Raj Pant

Thank God! I wasn’t born during the Cold War – the proxy clash between US’s liberal democracy and the then Soviet Union’s socialist communism. Rather, I was born in Nepal during the summer of 1991.

Waste burning: Its impact and the role of youth to mitigate it

Published On: August 13, 2016 01:41 PM NPT By: Rubin Luintel

Every day I see people of my locality burning waste materials like plastic bags, papers and old clothing. I have seen thick clouds of dark smoke rise into the sky.

Don’t pity me

Published On: August 10, 2016 10:55 AM NPT By: Adity Karki

If girls go through different set of challenges then it becomes a different race. Let’s bring this generation to compete in the same race – a race in which gender difference is no more an issue.

Ethnic language and English medium education

Published On: August 3, 2016 10:00 AM NPT By: Siddhanta Phuyal

On February 1, 2015, a post appeared on Facebook. The post was by a Newar student who had lost his mother tongue after he joined his English Medium School. About 15 years later the student gives some suggestions to his school on how to promote ethnic languages. He admits that if his school had only allocated time and place he would not have lost it. He would have assembled a group of students and teachers and conversed in his mother tongue at least for 30 minutes or he would have even conducted some cultural programs. By doing so, he would not have lost it as he had.

Who’s a homemaker?

Published On: July 23, 2016 10:35 AM NPT By: Shikha Bahety

Imagine a society and a place to live where there is no difference between male and female. It means there’s no disparity and the responsibility of a person lies in their abilities.