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Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban

Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban

- by Samragyi Neupane

How could the book be? Will I like it? Will I be interested in it? Will I read the further series? Oh! Actually it was my first Harry Potter book. I had never read one. Well, I love books, but I had never gone through this series.

A well-balanced education

A well-balanced education

- by Saroj Wagle

At a time when we’re talking about education, there are two kinds of approaches have been followed in a very first from the beginning, namely teacher-centric and student-centric approach. Well, in a teacher-centric approach, students can put all of their focuses on their teachers. In this first case, teachers talk to more. And, the students keep and quietly listen to more. To be honest, students work alone, and collaboration is discouraged too.

Productive and effective work-life balance

Productive and effective work-life balance

- by Bijay Pandey

Work-life balance is something that every person on the planet (earth) has to go through. Life was simpler when human civilization started around 200K years ago. But now every simple things look complex with modernization.

A birthday letter

A birthday letter

- by Sujata Gajmer

Sayana, one of the finest architects working for her presentation due for the other day at Swiss architects, Geneva, Switzerland. Her eyes caught the image of a postman coming towards her.

Prosperous Country, Happy Nepalis

Prosperous Country, Happy Nepalis

- by Saroj Wagle

Being a finance student, I am always keen to know about financial terminologies. Here I’d like to explain financial management.

Exercise to beat aging

Exercise to beat aging

- by Nabin Dahal

Exercise and diet have been evidenced to help prevent Osteoporosis and Alzheimer's disease as well as a lot of heart condition issues like hypertension and weight gain.

I found the witch of my dream

I found the witch of my dream

- by Nirajan Rijal

I am writing my novel based on a real story. But before moving to the real facts, I will be expounding on my recurring dreams.

Kanyadaan

Kanyadaan

- by Malvika Neupane

During one of my regular scrolls on Instagram, I came across a beautiful couple’s wedding photos. It was a normal, beautiful Hindu wedding that suddenly led me wondering about Kanyadaan.

Corruption and us

Corruption and us

- by Ujjwal Karki

I was strolling around 'Napi Sakha Karyalaya'. Those who have already visited know the environment inside the office. Let me make it easier for the ones who haven't been there yet. Imagine a group of mad people pushing, yelling, spitting, and quarreling most of the time.

Save Mother Earth

Save Mother Earth

- by Saroj Wagle

Since I'm thinking think to write on save mother earth, I am quite passionate about the modern history of globalization.

Mathamatics isn’t scary at all

Mathamatics isn’t scary at all

- by Samyog KC

Maths is a branch of science that we need and use in our everyday life. However, most of us find it difficult to understand it. Because everybody says maths is a difficult subject and we tend to believe the same.

Love by App

Love by App

- by RIHA SHAH

Like any modern love story it started when we were a match on tinder. He was my first match though. Like any other arrogant girl I didn’t text him first.

LOVE

LOVE

- by Saroj Wagle

There is a quote, “Let me whisper something in your ear – I love you.” When I read this beautiful quote deep down in my heart, I have a strong feeling for someone ‘special’ too.

Anirodal and his hug

Anirodal and his hug

- by Kushal Basnet

“You have them, right?” I asked Anirodal in a call. “Yes, but we need to buy new ones,” he replied. “Meet me at Royal Kitchen, Sinamangal at 5 pm sharp.”

Underrated Opportunities

Underrated Opportunities

- by Lazzana Goverdhan

“There is no greater disability in society, than the inability to see a person as more” Robert M. Hensel

The fabrication of a legacy

The fabrication of a legacy

- by Susan Sharma

24th June 1987 on the poorest part of Rosario, Argentina a baby took his first breath. His parents had no big expectations of him at all.

Fair Weather?

Fair Weather?

- by Aashish Dhakal

Spring is here. There is just something about it that brings excitement and a smile on my face. The days are starting to get longer, and where I live, there are no longer mornings with low laying fog.

Why one should not buy groupism

Why one should not buy groupism

- by Pooja Chauhan

As energy is contagious, it is always wise to be around people who inspire you and are respected not just for their age or for the amount of money they earn.