Take charge this winter

Published On: November 25, 2016 10:35 AM NPT By: The Week Bureau

The changing weather already has most of us sniffling, coughing, and walking around with tissues, and it is only going to get worse as November gives way to colder months. The Week talked to Dr Pukar Thapa, general physician at Alka Hospital, Jawalakhel to learn more about the diseases that could potentially affect you during winter months and how to try and steer clear of them.

Finding your match

Published On: November 25, 2016 10:24 AM NPT By: Isha Upadhyay

Tinder is a social search service application that needs Facebook to create your profile, and uses location services to facilitate communication between mutually interested users in the same locality, allowing matched users to chat. It is one of the most commonly used dating apps that get more than one billion swipes every day.

Easy meals

Published On: November 25, 2016 10:06 AM NPT By: The Week Bureau

We all have those days when we are just too lazy to get out of bed, forget puttering around the kitchen to make gourmet meals. Keeping that in mind, The Week has compiled a list of delicious and easy microwave dishes that you can whip up in a matter of minutes during those ultra lazy days.

Apply it right

Published On: November 25, 2016 09:48 AM NPT By: Republica

The most basic thing you can control while applying makeup to make sure you don’t look like a clown when you step out of your house is the lighting. Bhuma Rimal “Bhumi” of Ceremony Beauty Parlor, Jawalakhel says that you should always try to apply makeup in the lighting that you are planning to step out in. “The different places we visit during the course of the day tends to have different lighting so you should put your makeup on accordingly.”

When every drop counts

Published On: November 25, 2016 09:01 AM NPT By: Simrika Sharma

Jagat Bahadur Shrestha, a farmer by profession, lives in Bijaya basti village in Nepal’s Parsa district. He and his family of five survive on less than a hectare of land from which they eke out a living. Water shortage is characteristic of Parsa district with many villagers abandoning farming of seasonal crops and opting for tobacco as the prime alternative given its need for less water.

Creatures of habit

Published On: November 25, 2016 03:00 AM NPT By: Isha Bista

Tomorrow, the habit takes hold again. And tomorrow never comes.

It’s time for a movie

Published On: November 25, 2016 02:12 AM NPT By: Kalu Maila

As in any movie theater around the world, we too seem to have the usual crowd who makes your life miserable when watching a movie.

Diy Farming: Harvesting hope

Published On: November 18, 2016 11:05 AM NPT By: Priyanka Gurung

The current scenario of our country’s agricultural sector looks bleak. Much concern has been expressed over the increasing amount of imported food grains and the plummeting capacity of our agro production.

A force to be reckoned with

Published On: November 18, 2016 11:03 AM NPT By: Priyanka Gurung

She emerged a winner at all the major award ceremonies with her debut effort two years ago. In fact, Astha Raut is still riding high on those releases, playing innumerable concerts both nationally and internationally. As the love for her uniquely powerful vocals continue to grow among the masses, her status in the music industry is becoming ever so strong.

Not just another coffee shop

Published On: November 18, 2016 10:56 AM NPT By: Republica

Red Mud Coffee boldly invites people with their tagline, “Every revolution starts in a coffee shop, start yours.”  From the beginning itself, their aim was to do much more than just serve drinks. Apparently, they wished to provide a socially vibrant space where people could mingle and network. Today Red Mud Coffee is doing all that and a little more. With two popular outlets in town, one even in Manang (open during season), Aashish Adhikari, founder of Red Mud Coffee, talks about his experiences so far.