KATHMANDU, Oct 6: The rise in the cutting edge technology have made the new generation of children much smarter and tech-savvy than their predecessors. At an early age, they master the skills of unlocking phones and relishing the joys of advanced gadgets. Although spending time, and playing games on gadgets are considered to improve hand-eye coordination and brain speed, is it how we want our kids to grow up? Does that justify our idea of wanting them to be quick-witted and smart the way we would actually want them to be?
JAKARTA, Aug 20: Nepal does not really hope to win a gold medal in the Asian Games. However, it has been participating in the Asian sports jamboree with a faint hope of getting a bronze medal or two in martial arts.