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A day when I met captain Vijay Lama

A day when I met captain Vijay Lama

- by Samyog KC

His talk was inspiring and people were keenly listening to him. He explained that the main motive of distributing the relief items was to support providing nutritious food to pregnant women which will help further development of a child.

No Health without the Mental Health

No Health without the Mental Health

- by Tejaswi Pahari

Mental health is an illness just like some other physical illness that can be cured and dealt with and whoever are feeling low, sad, depressed please come in front, talk to people, share things, be brave in doing so.

The Middle Child

The Middle Child

- by Raabiya Sharma

Have you ever wondered about how you feel about being a middle child? Well, let me tell you, it's not very fun.

Medusa and the Starry night

Medusa and the Starry night

- by Raabiya Sharma

I have always wondered what it felt like to be the eldritch goddess of fashion and art. So, instead of just wondering about it, I put my thoughts on a canvas and some acrylic paint.

Importance of food self sufficiency in relation to havoc of corona in Nepal

Importance of food self sufficiency in relation to havoc of corona in Nepal

- by Pratibha Baral

Overviewing Nepal’s trade status, Nepal is facing trade deficit. Although, Nepal couldn’t get self sufficient in products as petroleum, machinery, medicines, there is still enough potential of becoming self sufficient in agricultural product such as vegetables, fruits and cereal grains by properly utilizing the available resources.

The Fear of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19): Anxiety and Depression

The Fear of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19): Anxiety and Depression

- by Terisa Tamang

This new illness certainly in frightened and needs attention but it is important to note that far more people die from an illness that is too familiar to the seasonal flu. Its effects on many people’s usual activities, routines or livelihoods – levels of loneliness, depression. According to WHO, harmful alcohol and drug use, and self-harm or suicidal behavior are also expected to rise.

Coronavirus and Emerging Superstitions

Coronavirus and Emerging Superstitions

- by Nisha Jha

The news last month that the Bhimsen idol in Dolakha is sweating and it is a sign that ‘something disastrous’ is going to happen in the country. This as a custom required the head of the state to perform a ‘kshama pooja’ to ward off the possibility of something disastrous.

Koshi Tappu, paradise for bird lovers

Koshi Tappu, paradise for bird lovers

- by Aditya Pal

Whenever I plan to go somewhere, I always opt for an intensive search about biodiversity of the place, and mostly on birds, as I am a bird lover. I still remember the feeling that I had while visiting Ramsar site for the first time in my life. Ramsar is the only wetland of international importance in Nepal

She is Really Beautiful!

She is Really Beautiful!

- by Sagar Dhakal

Even roses are pseudo in front of her     The light of the sun also get attenuate     Hence saltation of beauty can't describe     Such a candid girl, very hard to investigate

My transformational journey

My transformational journey

- by Jeshika Lamsal

In the past, reading, spending time with family, eating, cooking and watching shows was everything for me; however, being a single child of my parents, I am a straightforward introvert.