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‘Nepal needs robots to plough fields’

‘Nepal needs robots to plough fields’

- by Rahat Poudel

We are bit familiar with the robotics scene in Nepal. Not only working as waiters in restaurants and cafes, we see robots competing on a football match, race and so on. Despite all those, there are many who carry a mindset of robotics being waste of energy and time.

British College, Kathmandu signed MoU with Kazakh British Technical University

British College, Kathmandu signed MoU with Kazakh British Technical University

- by Republica

Founder and CEO of The British College, Rajen Kandel signed an MoU with the Rector,  Kenzhebek Ibrashev, Kazakh British Technical University, Almaty on student exchange program and the visit of TBC students to KBTU and vice versa with possibilities of dual degree programs with appropriate British Universities at BG Hall, Kazakhstan.

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's son Archie's godparents will be kept a secret

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's son Archie's godparents will be kept a secret

- by Agencies

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who recently welcomed their son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor into the world, have decided to keep their baby boy's godparents private. Buckingham Palace shared the news in an official statement about Meghan and Harry's two-month-old son's christening, reported People.

Community schools’ changing perspective on SEE

Community schools’ changing perspective on SEE

- by Renu Twanabasu

When it comes to government school, most of us carry the mindset of flawed results; let it be on internal examinations or the board examinations. Carrying a defense thought, not every those schools have “not exemplary” result. For example: Bagiswori Secondary School.

Rape case registered against Aditya Pancholi

Rape case registered against Aditya Pancholi

- by Agencies

Bollywood actor Aditya Pancholi was Thursday booked by Mumbai police on charges of raping a 36-year-old woman, who is also an actor. Pancholi claimed he has been implicated in a false case, adding the law will take its course.

Gymkhana celebrates its second anniversary

Gymkhana celebrates its second anniversary

A black-tie event was hosted celebrating the two-year anniversary gala of Gymkhana recently. It was a fitness event in which the gym staff and students performed certain traditional dances. The youngest sponsored athlete that performed during this event was 8 years old who did the Wai Khru which is a ritual dance displayed before a fight and other regular fighting events.