Now-a-days concepts like work-life balance and mental wellbeing are being given as much importance as productivity and efficiency. But in a world driven by outwardly success, how does one find the inner calm? And does one come at the cost of the other? Tsoknyi Rinpoche, a well-known Buddhist master, says it needn’t be so.
KATHMANDU, July 17: The balance of payment (BoP) position of the country has slightly improved in the eleventh month of the current Fiscal Year 2017/18, but still remains on the negative side. According to the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB), the overall BoP turned into a deficit of Rs 4.34 billion in the eleventh month of the current Fiscal Year 2017/18 that ends on Tuesday. The deficit was Rs 18.9 billion in the tenth month.
HUMLA, Nov 28: A Tara Air's twin otter plane looses balance after a tyre gets punctured in the middle of the runway during takeoff. The flight was heading to Surkhet from Simikot, Humla . Thirteen police personnel along with three crew members were on board the plane. Two crew staff, including pilot Basanta Lama and two assistant sub-inspector sustained injuries and have been taken to the district hospital.
KATHMANDU, August 21: The constitution amendment bill registered by the erstwhile Pushpa Kamal Dahal-led government and supported by most of the parties in the ruling coalition hangs in the balance as the House remains divided along political lines for and against the proposed revision ahead of the final vote.
KATHMANDU: We have a tendency to continuously drift between the present and the past. Rarely do we live for the present, without really regretting the past or being anxious about the future. Similarly, qualities of our lives are dependent upon external variables. For instance, if something does not go according to our plan or goes haywire, we get disturbed inside and shelter negative emotions that impact the lives, sapping our energy in the process.
LONDON, May 11: British Prime Minster Theresa May and U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called Thursday for more support for drought-stricken Somalia, with the U.N. chief requesting another $900 million in aid this year.
NEW DELHI, Sept 7: After first England and then Australia rewrote the cricket record books just days apart, some commentators are warning that a glut of runs risks wrecking the art of bowling and turning off fans.
KATHMANDU, Aug 15: The meditation style of the Tibetan Singing Bowl might be new to some of us but it is an ancient Buddhist sound therapy technique. Here, singing bowls are used to produce different frequencies of sound that interact with our body’s energy levels to help the body calm and relax.
KATHMANDU, June 5: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has insisted on the need of maintaining environmental balance while carrying out development endevours.
Addressing a programme organised by the Ministry of Population and Environment here today on the occasion of the World Environment Day, Prime Minister Oli said development works should be carried out only after completing a study of its impact on the environment