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The Stalkers

The Stalkers

- by Amrit Poudel

I now see the world in a way that I never thought I would. In the balcony of a bar, watching the traffic pass by, I had a glass of gin and tonic with some ice and mint in my hand. With every sip, I would inhale a handful of smoke from my e-cigarette.

Living a genuine life

Living a genuine life

- by Nirdesh Subedi

Life gets hard when it starts knocking you down. Everything seems so hollow, like a cycle of absurdness. With time, we all get scars, failures, heartbreaking moments and other many unwanted and unwelcomed situations. These dark situations are inevitable.

Apology and its importance

Apology and its importance

- by Uttam Aryal

What a weird way to start an essay huh? No formal meanings, no reference to Oxford or any dictionary and use of the word “sorry" in all sentences.

The Widest Smile

The Widest Smile

- by Adwiteeya Shiwakoti

My best friend makes the funniest jokes, smiles the widest smile and laughs the loudest laugh. Just like my father.

Morning walks

Morning walks

- by Pratik Mainali

I am not my pure princely self until I’ve pottered about in the wash of new light. I feel a vague sense of emptiness and bereavement throughout the day, without a rigorous morning exertion of my muscles.

Demographic dividend and youth diaspora in Nepal

Demographic dividend and youth diaspora in Nepal

- by Bidhya Sharma

Together with the struggle to be independent, the youths are facing mental challenges of equal importance. The struggle for professional success amidst growing competition and shrinking job market with flourishing nepotism and favoritism has left a mass of youth with self-doubt and negativity towards the society and the government.

What we fear

What we fear

- by Adwiteeya Shiwakoti

Fear is a bar of restriction that limits and protects our lives. What you choose to do has immediate consequences creating the fear that we live by.

High tension electrical wires: A boon or a curse

High tension electrical wires: A boon or a curse

- by Bina Adhikari

The course of development has been a tedious journey in developing countries. Sometimes an aeon can pass with no significant changes. Development literally means fulfilling the basic needs without compromising the stability of future generations.

Life a Cliché

Life a Cliché

- by Republica

Sometimes I find the word “word” itself more interesting than anything else. I don’t just like its syntactic form, but the connotation of it as well. Today, I’m going to talk about the word “cliché”. It may be a beautiful word for many other people, but I think of it quite negatively and I don’t know why.

Are we depending on make-up?

Are we depending on make-up?

- by Bina Adhikari

Make-up simply means applying cosmetic products like lipstick, powder, eye liner, etc to enhance the appearance. In this glamorous world, it has become a very preferred medium to change the appearance of a person to impress others.

I miss you

I miss you

- by Pratik Mainali

I write this to you filled with fond affection and gentle care. I am bent at my desk as I write, scribbling on my yellowish, moth-eaten paper. Ink welled up my nib and spilt over the page. My heart is frozen and my limbs feel heavy. I’m sprawled on my chair, brooding.

The Magic Door

The Magic Door

- by Ichhya Neupane

It was a lovely morning. The birds were chirping and the sky was a beautiful shade of blue. I was in my house listening to “Back to You”. My cat, Angel, who was crawling on the bed, jumped off and went under it. When she got out, she was wearing a really cute headband which was glittery and had a unicorn horn on it. Then, the most surprising thing happened.

Let's Write

Let's Write

- by Shikha Bahety

The other day, we were having a discussion on how writing is a mental exercise, and how it should be carried out more frequently in each stage of our lives.

Hulak

Hulak

- by Pooja Bista

Everyone in the room, including me, were excited and waiting for our names to be called. All of us were elected as ‘College Lead’ for Teach for Nepal (TFN).

A home and a house

A home and a house

- by Adwiteeya Shiwakoti

I feel a certain difference between a home and a house. One is four walls and a roof, the other is everything else. I am a student who lived in Vietnam for nine years and then in Nepal for four. The experiences of both drilled a clear line between ‘Home’ and ‘House’ in my mind.

2 minutes

2 minutes

- by Nirajan Rijal

It was a Rainy day and I was waiting for the bus to arrive.

Ecotourism in Nepal

Ecotourism in Nepal

- by Asmita Pandey

Ecotourism is the form of tourism that involves the nature-based traveling in undisturbed and untouched remote places.

An Orphanage changed my life

An Orphanage changed my life

- by Simran Baniya

My family and friend circle have a luxurious life style. We children had all the necessities and all our wishes were readily fulfilled