I fly and gaze with a sigh
As someone stops peace scheme the world has to try
Because it gets heated when I wish it wouldn’t
Because men do what they often shouldn’t
Because agreements fail, and pursuits go wrong
Conspiracies and Cold War all year along.
Life hasn’t been the same for residents of Barpak in Gorkha after the earthquakes of 2015. It’s been four years and they are still in the process of rebuilding their lives. However, the locals fondly talk about the Barpak that is etched on their minds even as tremors continue to remind them of the calamity that changed their lives.
Forty child-sized wheelchairs, 'Wheelchairs of Hope', were distributed to children with disabilities by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Pradeep Kumar Gyawali, amidst a function organized collaboratively by the Lions Club of Kathmandu Capital District 325-A2 and Karuna Foundation Nepal on Tuesday.
DIPAYAL, July 15: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli's visit to China in June had elated residents of Province 7. They hoped that the visit would be able to make some headway in implementing the West Seti Hydropower Project.
HELSINKI, July 15: The outcome of the first summit between the unpredictable first-term American president and Russia’s steely-eyed longtime leader is anybody’s guess. With no set agenda, the summit could veer between spectacle and substance.
RAUTAHAT, May 10: Locals in Rautahat have pinned their hopes on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make efforts to complete the infrastructure projects funded by India that have remained stalled for years.
UDAYAPUR, April 10: With hopes to start paragliding services from April 14, Nepali New Year 2075, Rauta and Chitre of Rautamai rural municipality is testing paragliding flights on Wednesday and Thursday.
KATHMANDU, March 10: Nepal faces Afghanistan in Group B encounter of the ICC World Cup Qualifier 2018 at Bulawayo Athletic Club, Zimbabwe on Saturday. Both teams are yet to earn a point in the ongoing qualification with Afghanistan’s hopes to reach Super Sixes blurred after their third loss against Hong Kong on Thursday. Nepal can make it to the Super Sixes if the team beat Afghanistan on Saturday and Hong Kong on Monday.
I used to hear about how ordinary Nepali passport bearers were harassed for no reason in almost every immigration desk of major port of entries around the world. This undiplomatic harassment of Nepali passport bearers came into light on October 29, 2016 when Dr Baburam Bhattarai, ex-prime minister of Nepal, was detained by the immigration officers for about an hour in Hong Kong. He was travelling along with his wife and secretary using ordinary passports instead of diplomatic ones.
DADELDHURA, Feb 5: Laxman Koli, 65, is quite happy and busy these days. “I remain active from early in the morning till late evening as I have to look after so many cows and buffalos,” he said while sharing that in a day he sells around Rs 400 worth milk.
KATHMANDU, Dec 31: Record economic growth of 7.5 percent, end of load-shedding, and successful conduction of three elections have been some of the key achievements for the country’s economic sector in 2017.
KATHMANDU, Dec 7: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has thanked everyone for the conclusion of the election to the House of Representatives and Provincial Assemblies in a peaceful and enthusiastic manner.
KATHMANDU, Dec 3: The appalling air pollution and the ailing health of locals in Kalanki have time and again made headlines for more than the past two years. The locals have knocked the doors of several government authorities, political leaders and high-level officials, urging them to control air pollution in the area but their voices haven't been heard.
“Giving our best each day with whatever we have and however we can is all based on the decisions we make,” this was said by one of my friends when I was confused on how things should be done. I had thirty different things to finish in a day and the time seemed shorter. Since then I have this habit of rewinding the 24 hours spent and analyzing if things could have been done in a better way.
I don’t care about my future
Because my mum said future is uncertain
Only truth in this so-called green planet is DEATH
But why am I trying to avoid that reality
Why am I trying to fight against my destiny
KATHMANDU, Oct 18: The Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJPN) and Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) have decided to field fifty percent candidates each in Province 2, while the sharing of constituencies elsewhere would be based on their respective strength.
The World Cup is the biggest stage for a player to show what he can do in front of the whole world. With the world watching your performance it can either make you a hero or a zero. David Beckham once was the most hated man in English football. His sending off against Argentina was seen as the main reason for England being knocked out from the 1998 world cup. Everywhere he went, people used to chant 'you cost us the World Cup'.
JAJARKOT, Oct 8: Preference for son over daughter is not a new story for Nepali society. From female feticide to giving birth to a number of girls in hope of a son is still a widespread practice. However, a couple in Jajarkot has set a different example.
LONDON, August 27: An injury-ravaged U.S. Open men’s draw offers the best opportunity yet for a young pretender to claim a maiden grand slam crown but in this most retro of seasons Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will look to turn back time in New York.
DANG, August 19: Shambhu Badi of Bakharaiya, Tulsipur, lost his house to Babai flood three years ago. He had few belongings inside the house, which were also swept away. For a few days he slept under the open sky at the river bank.
On August 6, the Nepali parliament endorsed the Disability Rights Bill, potentially heralding a new era for persons with disabilities in the country. It was a great achievement for the National Federation of the Disabled-Nepal (NFDN) and it was long overdue.