November 4, 2016 03:39 AM NPT
By: Isha Bista
The most strained relationship in the history of mankind is the one between a daughter-in-law and her mother-in-law. This age old tussle is, perhaps, the only thing that hasn’t changed with time. It’s the stuff jokes as well as tragedies are made up of. My own relationship with my mother-in-law is a strange one. We definitely aren’t friends, but we aren’t enemies either. We don’t like each other all that much, but we don’t despise each other either.
Guphapokhari, a naturally emerged pond of religious significance, lies along the trail, and there are many other serene lakes as well. You might be lucky to get a view of the reflection of Mt. Makalu on the surface of Guphapokhari.
With the abundance of public holidays in the country, there are times when we get a long weekend off work and school. If you are a fitness freak or just crazy about adventure and like walking, you should check out these places for hiking.
Electric vehicles (EV) are steadily gaining ground not only around the world but in Nepal as well. It certainly doesn’t make for a rare sight on our streets anymore. However, speculation on matters of its practicality hasn’t completely been dropped yet. So The Week asked some EV users about the pros and cons of owning and using this green vehicle. Here they share their experience.
We are all incomplete without a passion to drive us forward in life. We can push ourselves more and test our boundaries when there is something to live for. We spoke to some bike riders who prefer to test their limits against all odds, seek inspiration, and continue to drive with pure adrenaline rush as they struggle against the obstacles on the road to know their stories.
October 30, 2016 06:36 AM NPT
By: Joshna Karki
There are some basic things you should keep in mind while decorating your home this season, say designers. Avoid mixing too many colors as people usually tend to go overboard during Tihar. Decide on a color palate and stick to it.
With Tihar at our doorstep, the streets of Ason are bustling with people busy with shopping. The usual hustle bustle of Ason is amplified ten folds with stalls selling Tihar related merchandise spread all over the already crowded street.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has decided to ban deusi-bhailo program during Tihar after 10 pm. This decision has had its share of both criticism and applause. The Week spoke to some people to know how they feel about this move on the government’s part.