Believe in your passion and desire from your heart
Life will give you genuinely but you need to work hard
It's all in your Karma so sow it with right mindset
Eventually you will reap the benefits and that will be your assets.
Those person who put their efforts will never go into waste
Just believe in yourself and move so that you can embrace
Though you might not see any outcomes in first place
But eventually something good is happening in the process.
Just get up and do whatever you have to in the early morning
Don't procrastinate and upset your future settings
Your laziness can cost you much in life
So be active and get into work to shine your amazing life.
If we were to be given a superpower, a power to see the future does not sound so bad. We can know if the decision we take will be for the best or the worst, or if we should take that decision at all. While living in such supernatural world is an intriguing idea, we are only humans. But that has never stopped us from being fascinated by the possibility of knowing what our future holds for us. There is a big chunk of people who believe in things like tarot card reading, fortune-telling and mostly horoscopes.
DHADING, Nov 13: Every candidate is aware that an impressive agenda is the key to win elections. So, they often reach out to the locals making larger than life promises which they can hardly deliver. Before the elections, they pledge to make vast improvements in various sectors including education, health, transportation, and business, among others, but they hardly show up after the elections.
KATHMANDU, Nov 4: Manifestos and commitments that political parties have come up with for upcoming elections of House of Representatives and Province are misleading the public. Like in the past, political parties once again have put forward similar plans and dreams of massive development, employment and economic growth to lure voters.
Bhawana Ghimire is a well known name in sports management. She was appointed the first female CEO of Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) in October 2014. She worked for CAN as CEO for 21 months and is currently the executive director of Bat and Ball Foundation (B2F), a non-profit organization which aims to work in the field of cricket development.
In conversation with Republica’s Prasansha Rimal she talks about her experience as CEO of CAN and challenges and opportunities in the field of sports development in Nepal.