Tales of Kathmandu Traffic

July 29, 2016 02:15 am

Recently, our traffic police increased the fines for all traffic violations. I told my wife it was a good thing and our Kathmandu drivers will now think twice before violating traffic rules.

The quest to go virtual

July 29, 2016 01:45 am

At a time when computers have become indispensible and people have begun relying on the Internet to perform more than 90 percent of their tasks, it’s no surprise that libraries too have found their place in the digital world. This trend of virtual libraries has already proven to be popular among the developed and developing countries and concerned parties in the under developed regions too are also working hard to bring its conveniences to its people.

Fine storytelling

July 29, 2016 01:35 am

Manjushree Thapa is a writer of all seasons on Nepal. She is back into the leading literary space of South Asia with her stunningly beautiful novel All of Us in Our Own Lives – and proves how her absenteeism from literary writings was a part of mission that is completed now. There can’t be an easy way to outwit chaos, especially while delving into the lives across spectrums. But the myths are myths; they can’t be like the whole component of real ideas and action. Manjushree made a distinct mark through her latest book where she has succeeded in weaving an unusual story of an encounter between strangers who shape one another’s lives in fateful ways.

Style for every size

July 29, 2016 00:30 am

The glamorous world of fashion can be vicious at times, especially when you don’t fit in its mold. Its ever-growing body image issues and how it impacts the way women, and even men, feel and dress in their day-to-day lives are still hot topics of debate. However, fortunately we can find some who are campaigning to break the body image stereotypes within the industry. Motivated by their own personal experiences, we see many bloggers paving the way for fashion enthusiasts with different body types.

Food for fitness

July 29, 2016 00:04 am

A lot of people tell me that they exercise so much, sometimes even putting in two hours per day at the gym in addition to home workouts, but they are still unable to lose weight. I always tell them to look into their diet. It doesn’t matter how much you exercise if you don’t pay attention to your meals. After all, weight loss is 70% diet and 30% exercise. You could be hitting the gym every day in addition to walking to work, but all that will be wasted effort if you don’t change the way you eat.

Traditional essence at risk

July 22, 2016 09:46 am

There isn’t a month better than Shrawan to locate the devotees among us. As the holy month makes its presence felt, we can easily spot them among the masses with their puja tikas, green bangles and henna tattoos.

Confronting challenges

July 22, 2016 09:18 am

The Week talked to these business men and women about their experiences and also asked them about their views on the current climate for entrepreneurship in the country.

The SELFISH gene

July 22, 2016 02:15 am

A friend of mine had some trouble at work recently when she was late for a meeting. She was 15 minutes late for a meeting scheduled at noon and had informed her immediate supervisor 15 minutes beforehand that she had just come out of a meeting and might be a little late. She had asked him to inform the other participants of the meeting as well and requested that they start without her and that she would rush to join them.

A travelling mom’s tale

July 22, 2016 02:00 am

I was taken aback when during a recent conversation she casually mentioned how unsafe America had become to travel.

Books for her

July 22, 2016 01:40 am

What better gift can you give your significant other than words that have influenced your thoughts and inspired you in some way or the other? Love is best felt when you share your inspirations. Reya Shreya Rai talked to some reading enthusiasts to find out which books they would gift to their special ones. Read on for their varied reasons and logic.