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First steps to success

First steps to success

- by Prallabi Lohani

The Great Winston Churchill once said that "Success is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm." Success is something that every person wants to gain in his/her life.

Me

Me

- by Pratik Mainali

I have been deeply distressed, moody, and restless for the past few months. My life, which once was the hive of activity, with hum of vibrant people stirring up the spirits of soft youth, is now soundless and still, under the brooding clouds of sullen gloom.

Is Democracy Dying?

Is Democracy Dying?

- by Faris Shamim

The word democracy comes from two Greek words ‘demos’ and ‘kratos’ which means common people and strength respectively.

Know your life

Know your life

- by Saroj Wagle

As I’m a management student, I’m thinking of where I want to be in the next 5 to 10 years in my life.

5 Tips to apply for graduate school in the United States

5 Tips to apply for graduate school in the United States

- by Dr Eshan Gurung

When a Nepali student graduates with a Bachelor’s (undergraduate) degree, and wants to pursue a Master’s or a PhD (graduate degrees) there are a handful of accredited universities to choose from at home. Naturally neighboring countries, China, India and Bangladesh are hot favorites to study medicine, engineering and accounts. But there are others like me, young dreamers infatuated by the American dream, the United States (US) is the top choice. The reason being that the US is home to many prestigious universities and hosts more number of international students (1.1 million) than any other country.

#No label

#No label

- by Bhawana Tiwari

To the woman sitting nervously on a chair alone and to the woman sitting confidently on the other side. I know it is difficult for you both to put forward your opinions. To the one breaking the taboo and to the one sticking to it, it won't be easy. Lifestyle is a choice, so is makeup, whether we wear it or not there should not be any concern of respect attached to it.

Value relationships in life

Value relationships in life

- by Faris Shamin

Most of us think and believe in having more money and other materialistic things in life can make us happy and satisfied. However, I believe this thinking is one of the biggest mistakes we make in our life. Nevertheless, it might be correct to some extent. And if it is the whole truth, then we might not see many people having everything but being in grief and alone.

How I want to raise my Son?

How I want to raise my Son?

- by Aakriti Dhungana Agrawal

There is a saying by Gloria Steinem that states, “I am glad we’ve begun to raise our daughters, like our sons, but it will never work until we raise our sons more like our daughters.” As much as I wanted to have a daughter as my first and probably my only child, it took me sometime to come into terms that I was having a baby boy. So, why did it matter so much that I was having a boy and not a girl?

The explosion of nanotechnology in medicine.

The explosion of nanotechnology in medicine.

- by Yuvika Singh

What if the human could search and destroy the very first cancer cells that caused a tumor to develop in the body? What if a broken cell could be removed and replaced by a biological machine?

Unfolding the true tale

Unfolding the true tale

- by Tejaswi Pahari

This song created a buzz in Nepali society that touched many hearts and souls. As an audience, one connects with its story which is relevant and prevalent in our society. In the music video, it depicts a story of young couple where the man is  leaving behind his loved ones to earn in foreign land.

Avoid PUBG addiction

Avoid PUBG addiction

- by Samyog KC

Do you love PUBG or do you hate it? Probably you are addicted to PUBG. If so, have you ever thought about the impacts of spending much time with PUBG?

Dusk(fiction)

Dusk(fiction)

- by Pratik Mainali

Dusk was falling as Manjima ambled briskly out of the F&F bank into the warm cobbled pavement. She threaded through the bulk of people with an air of calm superiority. Her lips were tight, her jaw was firmly set, cheekbones high and pink, and her eyes had that look of steely determination that gave the bravest of men that met with it a sinking feeling.

Things to do after SEE

Things to do after SEE

- by Saugat Singh Saud

Secondary Education Examination, SEE, often known as Iron Gate examination is on its end. The feeling of ending up about 13 years of school is quite fascinating for most of the young minds and they want to be fond of the freedom, but, honestly, it is the best time to build new hobbies, know places and people, to understand your potential and to explore the better side of being both a responsible child and a responsible civilian.

Time never heals wounds

Time never heals wounds

As I sit down to write after long, the first thing I want to express is how your presence is felt so strong. Not just me, but everyone around who thinks about you every single day. We all feel your presence guiding us in each step, really strong.

Creative Thinking

Creative Thinking

- by Saroj Wagle

Before pouring out my thoughts on creative thinking, my sincere salute to the ones doing outstanding jobs in their respective works, namely Jack Ma, Elon Musk, Satya Nadella, Sunder Pichai, Mark Zuckerberg and the list goes on.

How Digital Marketing is transforming businesses in Nepal

How Digital Marketing is transforming businesses in Nepal

- by Prabhash Thakur

Nepal now a day’s growing with rapid speed in the digital marketing field. People are getting more aware of the benefits of digital marketing to grow business. The indifference of 2-3 years digital marketing has put its strong impact in Nepal business industry.

My Hostel Memories

My Hostel Memories

- by Saroj Wagle

It’s true when you’re living away from your home, it will be mixed feelings in many regards. Having said that, I’d like to explain about life in a hostel. Some people might consider living in a hostel be full of fun and joy.

The Feeling of Nationality beyond the Boundary of Nation

The Feeling of Nationality beyond the Boundary of Nation

- by Milan Rijal

It was an honor for me to have the opportunity to represent Nepal in the international forum as a young apprentice. It was back on October 7, 2017, I was making my first international flight heading to Bangkok. My flight had been reserved in the Thai Airways by the travel agent named 'Sunshine Travel Agency' of Jawalakhel.

THE WOMB OF FUTURE

THE WOMB OF FUTURE

- by Raj Sharma

What lies there in the womb of future? It’s a question we all might have been asking ourselves. It’s a question that humanity has been seeking answers since millennia. Many have predicted it, may it be right or wrong. But do we dare to create it?

Nostalgic about Holi

Nostalgic about Holi

- by Saroj Wagle

Holi is all about festival of colors and water. However, every year there has been changes in the celebration of this festival.