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My 3-day trip to Lukla and Kala Patthar

My 3-day trip to Lukla and Kala Patthar

- by Prakrish Acharya

I started thinking about the trip. First, I was excited to visit the place as Lukla Airport is one of the most dangerous airports in the world. The second thought that came to my mind...

Without you

Without you

- by Preety Subedi

My heart felt very heavy, millions of thoughts were going on in my brain. I was drowned in the dark ocean of my own thoughts. I did what society suggested to me. ...

Everything is destined, just stay calm

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Embracing and admiring relationships

Embracing and admiring relationships

- by Sabina Thapa

There are many misconceptions about marriage. One of them is related to the relationship between a mother-in-law and daughter-in-law. Probably, the most dreaded and talked topic of marriage would be mother-in-law being problematic. However, it...

Concern over the increasing death of Rhinos

Concern over the increasing death of Rhinos

- by Pratik Bhattarai

A total of 39 rhinos died in the current fiscal year due to some preventable and natural causes and five of them in the recent past two months. This is the highest number of rhino's...

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