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The pleasure of reading

The pleasure of reading

- by Anjita Lamichhane

A book is a dream that you hold in your hand. It is something you can always look up to. Being carried away into your own imperfectly perfect world or finding out the truths and...

Sustainable Sanitation for all

Sustainable Sanitation for all

- by Prakash Amatya

This year’s UN World Toilet Day has reminded the issues of sanitation with the theme “Valuing Toilets”. Life without a toilet is dirty, dangerous, and undignified. Toilets define public health. It also drives improvements in...

Review: Mochan, more than emancipation

Review: Mochan, more than emancipation

- by Madhab Chamlagai

A rising poet cum novelist in Nepali literary arena Dr Tulasi Acharya's novel "Mochan "is the talk of town. “Mochan” is Acharya’s first novel in the Nepali language, and it has already grabbed the reader’s...

Author Shova Gyawali in ‘A Whole Sky’

Author Shova Gyawali in ‘A Whole Sky’

- by Bhisma Upreti

Shova’s book is a collection of 25 medium-sized stories. The stories keep readers engaged, draw them into another world, and make them imaginative. The language of these stories gives the impression that some of the...

Kathmandu valley: The refuge of migrating birds

Kathmandu valley: The refuge of migrating birds

- by Jaya N Bhandari

Autumn is running in which season birds start flying down to warm places for wintering.  Birds select suitable places for their comfortable wintering. Kathmandu valley is one of their choices in the middle part of...

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