A matter of perspective

July 20, 2018 08:52 am

Sandra Magnus, a former American astronaut and NASA scientist, on life and how nothing is a big deal, if you don’t make it out to be.

JANAKPUR, April 22 : ​Government spends millions of rupees in admission campaigns every new academic session to increase student enrollments.

KATHMANDU, March 31: Minister for Finance Yuba Raj Khatiwada has said that increasing import of edible products that could have been produced in Nepal has been a matter of concern for the country.


January 18, 2018 10:12 am

KATHMANDU, Jan 18: It is said that great things come in small packages. And when you enter the little store of Little Things at Jhamsikhel, you will see how true the brand name stands. As the store is full of products that are small in size and have minimal designs but are capable of grabbing your utmost attention.

KATHMANDU, Dec 6: The Washington Post, one of the world’s leading newspapers has argued that following Thursday’s elections, each vote will help to determine whether Nepal will rely on either of its two neighbors.

KATHMANDU, Dec 6: An estimated 75 percent of Nepal's population is exposed to unsafe levels of particulate matter air pollution.

PARBAT, Dec 5: There is great enthusiasm and excitement among the voters in various parts of the country to take part in the elections being held on Thursday. However, the Majhi community of Maldhunga, Kushma-1, lacks such anticipation.

Does a college degree still matter?

January 9, 2017 23:20 pm

Go to school, focus on your studies, do all your school tasks, get a degree, get a good job and take care of business. This age-old wisdom has rung throughout the years, but how much merit does it have? Does success at college or university guarantee a great entrance into the workforce after graduation? Do the best students always succeed in real life? Does a degree necessarily make you a better employee or an entrepreneur?

LONDON, Nov 8: Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri spent the first half of last season talking about reaching the 40-point threshold to avoid relegation before his side galloped away with the title.

KATHMANDU, Sept 27: CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli, who is also the leader of the main opposition, has accused Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal of inviting Indian intervention in Nepal's constitution amendment issues and signing some of the objectionable points during his visit to India earlier this month. He was referring to the 25-point joint communique issued at the end of the visit.