Bringing back the basics

July 27, 2018 11:20 am

A common belief among most Nepalis is that when young people leave the country to pursue their dreams, most of them won’t come back to Nepal. But today’s generation is proving this to be a misconception. Not only are many Nepali youths returning to Nepal after completing their studies and actually working here, they are also starting new companies on their own and bringing about innovative ideas that have not been implemented in our country before.

The basics of event planning

March 23, 2018 09:21 am

Memorable parties or successful events do not just happen. It takes a lot of preparation, planning, and great teamwork to pull it off. Organizing an event might sound like an overwhelming task but with some basic ideas you can put together a stellar one, even if you are a novice in the world of event planning.

The basics of resistance training

January 12, 2018 10:19 am

Unlike most gym instruments resistance bands are portable and affordable at the same time.

The basics of nail care

November 24, 2017 08:47 am

Most of us are guilty of paying a lot of attention to our face and body while completely ignoring the one body part we use the most, our hands. And the only thought we seem to give to our nails is cutting it when it gets too long. But that is a grave mistake as beautiful nails can make you look well groomed and fabulous.

The basics of hair transplant

November 10, 2017 09:44 am

Dr Rupak B Ghimire starts by saying he doesn’t associate a healthy scalp with a healthy person so “You can be and live for a hundred years and win a Nobel Prize,” he says. Many people, men in particular, have often had to suffer from low self-esteem and confidence issues due to their baldness. But Dr Ghimire’s Aavaran Skin and Hair Clinic has proven to be a solace of sorts.

The basics of running

November 3, 2017 08:37 am

Running or jogging every morning requires passion, determination, and even will power. It is an extremely beneficial exercise that does not call for any special training or equipment. And those who do it regularly are fit, active, and healthy. However, if not done properly, this may lead to painful and long lasting injuries.

The basics of braces

October 13, 2017 09:55 am

Are braces only for children? Do they make our teeth weak? When is the correct time to put on braces? These are some of the most common queries related to dental braces. We at The Week spoke to Professor Dr Basanta K Shrestha, orthodontist at Shree Bikesh Dental Clinic, in Kamaladi, Ganeshthan, Kathmandu to help you find the answers to all these questions. Here is all that you need to know to become an informed dental patient and debunk myths related to braces.

The basics of skin care

July 21, 2017 13:05 pm

We all want good skin but to have it requires some basic knowledge about skin care. And we aren’t just talking about facials and elaborate nighttime routines. We need to stay sun safe for good, healthy skin. The Week spoke to Dr Amit Amatya, associate professor of dermatology at Patan Hospital, to understand how we can protect our skin from the harmful effects of the UV rays and keep it beautiful and healthy naturally.

Fixing the basics

February 11, 2017 00:25 am

Can you imagine? We don’t have statistics on how many health workers we currently have and where they are placed

Armed with the basics

January 19, 2017 23:28 pm

Google Chrome loads all kinds of plug-ins automatically and has a lot of things running in the background that makes your computer run a little slower and drains your battery faster as well.

Get the basics right

November 12, 2016 00:15 am

Why haven’t we been able to make much progress in developing IT human capital? Because of apathy

Basics of personal growth

October 19, 2016 09:03 am

If you believe this, then you will probably feel negatively toward yourself, and possibly even feel shame for who you are. Instead, “personal growth” offers a more agricultural model.

The five basics

October 5, 2016 09:35 am

Reforms proposed in Draft Bills should be tabled in parliament in their original form and should on no account be mutilated based on whims and fancies of bureaucrats