An old public college in Ilam excels

September 15, 2016 08:01 am

ILAM, Sept 14: In many cases, old government schools have been forced to shut down after being unable to sustain due to direct competition with newly established private schools.

An opportunity for both Nepal and India

September 7, 2016 15:14 pm

When PM Dahal meets up PM Modi in mid-September this year, India-Nepal relations will be in the hands of two most celebrated and also most controversial politicians of the region. They will have a historical opportunity to help alleviate the suffering of millions of Nepalis who are fighting poverty after the catastrophic April 2015 earthquake.

The US Assistant Secretary of the State for South and Central Asian Affairs Nisha Desai Biswal oversees US foreign policy in 11 countries, including Nepal. She has closely followed developments in Nepal since her appointment in 2013.

KATHMANDU, Sept 6: It has been revealed that the woman, who former Minister Shyam Sundar Gupta threatened to kidnap, is an accused in the murder case of Gita Dhakal.

Must–dos’ to ace an interview

September 6, 2016 09:09 am

Once you master the small talk, here are some tips that will help you impress your interviewer.

LALITPUR, Sept 6: A 13 year old girl with gleaming eyes and cheerful face does not have any interest in studying any private school at a time when middle and upper class people are bluntly interested in enrolling their wards in the expensive private schools.

WASHINGTON, Sept 1, Melania Trump, the wife of US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, on Thursday sued two media outlets that alleged she was an escort in the 1990s.

KATHMANDU, Aug 26: 32-year-old Kathmandu based artist Kabi Raj Lama adopted lithography printing out of desperation.

“While I maintain my innocence that the encounter was unambiguously consensual, there are things more important than the law,” he wrote. “There is morality.”

RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug 17: In a world in turmoil, one thing never changes: the Olympic sport of losing gracefully.

An Indian doctor injects six to death

August 17, 2016 11:03 am

MAHARASHTRA, Aug.17: A doctor, in India, has been arrested on charges of injecting six people to death and burying them at his farmhouse, local police said Tuesday.

Prashant Panjiar is a veteran Indian photographer. In his thirty five year long career, he has worked as a mainstream photojournalist for India Today and Outlook.

KATHMANDU, Aug 5: Human Values for Peace and Prosperity is organizing a seminar on 11th of August 2016, where Pawan Agrawal, former CEO of famous tiffin box suppliers, Mumbai Dabbawalas has been invited.

Keki now has an MBA degree

August 1, 2016 11:33 am

KATHMANDU, July 31: We mostly see Keki Adhikari gracing the spotlight in her cocktail dresses and gala gowns. But on Saturday, the ‘How Funny’ actress was seen donning a graduation cap and gown.

KATHMANDU, July 12: With the ever - passionate participation of students in the activities of the Central Zoo, the need to develop it as an educational hub has been underscored.

If there is one aspect of online presence that job seekers should create and develop, it’s the online portfolio.

KATHMANDU, July 7: Nepali national cricket team will leave for England on July 11 to play against Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). The tour is of great importance to Nepal, which is set to play two List A matches against the Netherlands.

KATHMANDU, June 20: Today's meeting of the Legislature-Parliament has been postponed for half an hour after Nepali Congress lawmakers demanded it.

SAINT-DENIS, France, June 11: It's not a case of whether France's defense will get found out later on in the European Championship against better sides. It's already an open secret. The difference is that better sides will ruthlessly punish France's nervous, creaking back four the way Romania could not in a 2-1 defeat in their Euro 2016 opener on Friday night.

What does it mean to have an extraordinary career? A lot of people get it wrong. Some are too hung up on the technical aspects of career. People who have great careers, it's not because of technical aptitude.