Rabin Sharma

Rabin Sharma

Over The Roads

Published On: December 6, 2018 09:45 AM NPT By: Rabin Sharma

Driving over the narrow streets of Kathmandu is not a piece of cake and encountering bunch of problems on the way isn’t an uncommon thing either. A town-centre bottleneck having a nine-mile traffic jam requires a significant amount of patience to keep the composure stable. Beyond that, 2 out of 10 lose their placidness and try overhauling the vehicles which ultimately makes traffic police crack up their sincere mentoring. Loud horns and blares of traffic make the road more distressing.

Back To College

Published On: November 17, 2018 09:58 AM NPT By: Rabin Sharma

Going to the college after a long vacation of Dashain-Tihar is somehow wacky. You see how exclusively your friends’ appearances have changed. Some get back flabby and stunned; some show up drastically tanned. You can’t see half of your pals on the first day cause they’re still busy celebrating and a bunch of guys skip the first two days.

Rise of internet

Published On: September 13, 2018 08:52 AM NPT By: Rabin Sharma

Nikola Tesla in the early 1900s came up with the innovative idea of “World Wireless System”. Tesla had already built a framework for an intuitive enhancement of applied science in the form of wireless connectivity. The high-tech mechanization of transmission of electric energy without wires went into step verification and demonstration for effective implementation in practice.

Social media contemporary protagonist

Published On: July 22, 2018 11:17 AM NPT By: Rabin Sharma

Internet accessibility has helped make blood availability, in times of crisis, more convenient. A short notice detailing the blood type, and the number of the recipient’s immediate relative ensures blood is supplied to patients on time.

The inspiring Dr Govinda KC

Published On: July 4, 2018 08:00 AM NPT By: Rabin Sharma

In the concurrent context, we can simply reckon the cessation of Dr KC’s pre-formulated decision to enact fast-unto-death by the Government. He was arrested by the District Administration Office while on hunger strike at Jumla Teaching Hospital. However, another persuading point is that he never escaped from the barriers that stopped him from doing good deeds.