Asking certain questions, especially the ones related to the past of your lover, can have a negative impact on your relationship and can make both of you uncomfortable. What are those? Here are some questions you should think twice before asking:
ANKARA, July 29: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that Pastor Brunson will not be a part of a prisoner swap deal with the United States despite US President Donald Trump's remarks on sanctions. Erdogan also said that the remarks by Donald Trump about possible sanctions against Turkey were a "psychological warfare".
Working out on your own can be tedious sometimes and you also lose motivation quickly. At times like these, working out with a partner can prove to be of immense help. Not only will working out in pairs keep you motivated, but it also won’t seem like a workout making you want to push yourself and keep going.
You may not always trust the person you love but you can always love the person you trust, right? People’s definition of ‘honesty’ varies and that difference of opinion about the ‘best policy’ can make partners in a relationship uncomfortable.
KATHMANDU: Kavya School, New Baneshwar signed a partnership agreement with two Beijing-based schools at a conference of principals of ‘One Belt One Road’ countries organized and sponsored by HANBAN and Beijing International Chinese College (BICC) on
KATHMANDU, Feb 21: Minister for Energy Janardan Sharma has said that the government machinery should shed its dillydallying working style citing policy and procedure, while the private sector should give up its ‘profit-only’ mindset for infrastructure development.
KATHMANDU, Feb 21: Minister for Energy Janardan Sharma has said that the government machinery should shed its dillydallying working style citing policy and procedure, while the private sector should give up its 'profit-only' mindset for infrastructure development.
Vice President for Projects and Regional Coordination of Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) Sungho Choi is currently in Nepal to assess the progress of projects run by KOICA, and forge new strategies for the development cooperation with Nepal. Choi spoke to Republica about KOICA activities and future plan for cooperation in Nepal. Excerpts: