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Why parents should manage children’s screen time

Why parents should manage children’s screen time

- by Jade Gillespie

It is clear that there are many benefits to living in the ‘digital age’. Yet it is also important to remember that children should also enjoy the world beyond their screens and can benefit from less screen time.

Global warming

Global warming

- by Binaya Dhakal

When two earth’s lovers meet at a coffee shop, global warming is the universal icebreaker. Extreme heat, the big snowmelt, increasing sea level, floods and droughts for this weekend; it’s all are fair game.

Dance for life

Dance for life

- by Nirajan Rijal

Saumyata talking to herself, “Oh my god, I am nervous. This is not the first time I am in front of the audience, yet why am I feeling so anxious.”

Penetrating the spider-web of information

Penetrating the spider-web of information

- by Aashish Sunar

This age of social media is called the “Golden Age of Content.” Social media is full of freely available and accessible resources. But many people are overwhelmed by a large amount of content in social media like YouTube and Facebook.

YOU

YOU

- by Nirdesh Subedi

You are a kind heart that beats for others A genuine smile that spreads sweet colors You are an innocent child who is full of life In my gloomy journey, you are my fount of light

Do you?

Do you?

- by Sayana Rai

Do you marvel at the mundane everyday things in life? Do you appreciate the warmth that spreads on your entire body when you lay there covered under the quilt?

Car-mania!

Car-mania!

- by Rajeeb Shrestha

In Nepal, automobiles were not introduced till the period of Rana Regime. The first car brought upon this country is a T-model Ford in 1912. It was the royal order for the personal use of the king of Nepal. This model-T Ford weighing 1 ton, was carried by 40 men in 10 rows from Amlekhganj to the capital city Kathmandu

My School days

My School days

- by Kshitiz Jha

Being one of the most loved students by teacher, classmates and staffs at Rupy’s made me feel strong (in a figurative way) even though I was the smallest in height and the weakest in the class. Till grade six I did not know what hate was simply because people were kind around me and so was I. But as soon as I transferred school, I felt like I was snatched from my ‘comfort place’ and thrown to a dungeon filled with red eyed fox.

My journey of helping

My journey of helping

- by Shikha Bahety

As a kid, if anyone asked me what I wanted to become, my answer varied every year, or should I say each quarter. As I grew, I did not have a concrete answer, but I knew I liked basketball as a sport and accounts as a subject. In no time, I started pursuing Chartered Accountancy. I completed the course with a lot of determination and perseverance while working at an audit firm. I realized this was not my calling and I was still trying to figure out what was. I transitioned my field from Accounting to Advertising, which was a huge step, and I never looked back and regretted any of my decisions.

Dream with open eyes

Dream with open eyes

- by Nirdesh Subedi

Since his childhood days, Siris always felt his love for expressing his feeling and point of views through music and poems. He gave credit to his family for this. As his family found peace in spiritual activities such as singing ‘bhajans’ every night at home. This way he always felt connected to words and sound

Hey strong emotions

Hey strong emotions

- by Moin Uddin

Why are you taking me to the storms It has never been easy to come out of it And time and again I get strangled in it.

Dying Sergeant Writes

Dying Sergeant Writes

- by Manish Lamichhane

I’m sorry to say that I am not sure what I’m writing. I suppose it’s a story that’s close enough to be read by you and felt by you, just you. The beauty that cannot be seen, that cannot be heard, that cannot be smelt; it can be felt. When you feel this beauty then you’ll see it, you’ll hear it, you’ll smell it, you’ll taste it and finally, you’ll live it.

The Distraction of the Heart

The Distraction of the Heart

- by Faris Shamim

I had a dream of being a school topper in my SEE examination, so, I had decided to study hard, forget my distractions and focus only on studies. I had the will power to control all of my distractions, except for 'her'. To be honest, she was my heart and would be there with me every second, without whom I was nothing.

How many words do you need?

How many words do you need?

- by Asmi Ghimire

Zyzzyva. This odd little word may sound like a new clothing brand or Shakira's song lyrics, but it is neither of the two. “Zyzzyva” was included in the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) in 2017 and till now holds the record as the last word in the English language.

To be happy is important

To be happy is important

- by Prakriti Gautam

Amidst the busy hustles of life and minor insecurities that we live with for not having the most recent stuffs, and not witnessing the finest of all, we still exist.  We are far beyond the happiness that the inner core of us thrive for but what we fulfill is the demand that the society, or so called "trending" has set up for us. But to be happy is Important.

Emotions and emotional intelligence

Emotions and emotional intelligence

- by Nirdesh Subedi

Emotions are so close to us that we experience them on a daily basis, at the same time they so far from us that we don’t actually understand what they are, they are so hard to communicate. Language seems helpless and disable to project the depth of emotions.

What about Law?

What about Law?

- by Adwiteeya Shiwakoti

The concept of nations abiding by a construct of words will always be a spectacular thing in my mind. This covers all political views, how countries are organized and how organizations prosper. Within the law, there exists a certain logic with which lawyers work.

Be a part of solution

Be a part of solution

- by Saroj Wagle

Everyone has a deep sense of the meaning of life. Let us understand it in this way, some people might say that our lives were all about struggles since the day we were born on earth.

A proud moment for me, my family and my School

A proud moment for me, my family and my School

- by Ridhisha Shrestha

The recently held second Inter-School Grand Art Competition, which was organized by the Youth Corner Club recently which was an amazing and challenging art competition. In this competition, 525 participants from 101 schools had participated. Among them, ten students participated from Samriddhi school and I was one of them.

Breaking Mobile Banking Myths

Breaking Mobile Banking Myths

- by Abhilasha Rayamajhi

With the increase in the use of smartphones and internet penetration, mobile banking has a huge scope in developing countries. Various research and studies have been published in African countries such as Kenya, Nigeria and other countries which shows mobile banking has decreased corruption and increased transparency.