DHADING, Dec 5 :It would take months for Kanchha Praja a Gajuri based farmer to plough his fields until four years ago. From early morning to dusk, he had to plough the fields with his oxen. However, that changed one day when he received tractor that was small but very powerful and efficient. It changed the way Praja used to work on his farms. “Farming has become way easier due to the machine,” he shared.
KATHMANDU: CEO of Nabil Bank Sashin Joshi and country director of British Council Nepal Dr Jovan Ilic signed an MoU to facilitate International English Language Testing System (IELT) students of Nepal on June 6.
With the advancement in information and communication technologies, smartphone applications and websites have become the people’s go-to guides. Whether it is for work or just simple tasks, these applications and websites have made our works much easier and efficient. Republica talked to a few people about their favorite applications, or websites, and how have they helped them work efficiently.
ARGHAKHACHI, Jan 6: Fulmaya Chhetri, 63, had a great regret in life that she never got chance to go to school and learn - Ka, Kha. Dying as an illiterate was what she was loathing the most. However the local of Sandhikharka - 13 has a reason to rejoice now. After joining adult literacy classes run jointly by the government and non government organizations in her locality, Chhetri has learnt to read and write.