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Life- a Cliché

Life- a Cliché

- by Nirjala Adhikari

Sometimes, more than anything else, I find the word itself quite interesting. Of course word does not only mean syntagmatic form but also the connotation of it.

Inspiring new generation to change

Inspiring new generation to change

- by Saugat Singh Saud

Timoci Naulusalu, a 12 years old kid from Fiji won Fiji National Climate Change speech competition. He was a seventh-grade student when he addressed the high-level opening of COP23 in 2017.

World Bicycle Day

World Bicycle Day

- by Leszek J. Sibilski

June 3rd marked the second celebration of The World Bicycle Day since its inception by The United Nations General Assembly on April 12, 2018, by 193 state-members as the UN Resolution.

My journey with the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

My journey with the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

- by Saugat Singh Saud

With more than 1.3 million young people in 144 countries, Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is a prestigious youth achievement award helping young people widen their skills and engage them towards being innovative, intrigue and inspiring human being.

Who is God?

Who is God?

- by Janardan Karki

There is no God up there. God has no figure and is shapeless. God is just energy. But very powerful energy- the energy that created us and the universe.

Attaining Saintliness

Attaining Saintliness

- by Sushant Thapa

Could we talk about a saint? What sort of clarification could I receive for my life? Has he known the world around me, any better? Does he stay in a different world and what separates us from the world which he lives in?

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

- by Pratik Mainali

I left my thoughts unchecked and it reached deep into the dark, desolate den of despair. Soon enough my heart was wrung with grief. In the delusional freakishness of the youth I found myself abruptly sobered into sadness.

How I changed my Dream to become a Diplomat from Doctor

How I changed my Dream to become a Diplomat from Doctor

- by Garima Pant

I was groomed and socialized in such a way that the only mission in life was becoming a doctor. “What do you want to be in the future?” used to be the most common question asked to those 2nd graders who were not even ready to tie their own shoelaces.

Is it Time To Teach Back?

Is it Time To Teach Back?

- by Abhilasha Rayamajhi

A middle-aged man struggles to make electricity bill payment through mobile banking. He requests his wife to ask their son to help him transact. The reluctant wife tells him to ask the son himself.

Girl in the sketch

Girl in the sketch

- by Nirajan Rijal

Rain is drizzling outside the police headquarter. The Police chief and some investigation officers are having a meeting in a soundproof room.

The Lady

The Lady

- by Pratik Mainali

The lady sat on the chair morosely, her eyes were sunken, her face was drawn and haggard, her countenance was tense, and her brows were wrinkled with rage.

Looking at the world of a saint

Looking at the world of a saint

- by Sushant Thapa

Whenever it is the topic about a saint, numerous questions appear inside my head. Such as; has he known the world around me, any better?

Miracle Tree or Tree of life

Miracle Tree or Tree of life

- by Santosh Bharati

Moringa oleifera also called ‘Drumstick tree’ or ‘Horseradish tree’ is wonder tree in nature. Every parts of this plant are useful for its nutritional value and pharmacological properties. Then, its capability to clean water and its wood is flexible enough to build craft also points toward its value.

Future’s Petition

Future’s Petition

- by Sandip Rijal

Natural resource is the soul for development and progress of the human society. There are no substitutes for the resources till date.

Confession

Confession

- by Pratik Mainali

will confide in you, my dear readers, with hopes that you are lending a sympathetic ear. The urge to pour out my sorrow and bitterness to the eager public is getting unbearably strong by the moment.

Dream

Dream

- by Nirjala Adhikari

Speak your mind, even if your voice shakes” this is my favorite quotation. But sometimes it’s hard to articulate what we really feel.

The end of Humanity!!!

The end of Humanity!!!

- by Faris Shamim

One day, I was coming back home with my friends after having a good time playing in play station. We were three friends coming back and then we saw something which I didn’t effect anyone but I was stunned.

The THREE news of my LIFE

The THREE news of my LIFE

- by Nirajan Rijal

That day, I got up right on time and took the metro and went to my University. Three of my other 3 friends were already in the University Starbucks café. I entered the bistro, and as usual, I took a gander at the corner.

Before returning for good

Before returning for good

- by Binisha Shrestha

Our green cards were letting us stay back as much as we wanted and the US citizenship was in the pipeline. But we decided to come back.