Nepal Police is usually the first security organ to be mobilized to maintain law and order. They are the ones who successfully control crowd, who reach the accident, flood and landslide sites first to rescue victims.
KATHMANDU, May 30: Young Nepali cricket sensation Sandeep Lamichhane has left for England on Tuesday to take part in a T20I cricket match between ICC World XI and West Indies on Thursday. At a press conference held at TU International Cricket Ground, Lamichhane said patience has been the key for the success he has achieved so far.
I am a 21-year-old female. I am a fourth year student pursuing my bachelor's degree. I was good in studies until my SLC (now SEE). But after joining 10+2 level, my study seems to be degrading and it continues in my bachelor's too. It's not that I don't want to study, but I don't study, I don't know why I am not studying.
Indeed, patience matters in life. Without patience, one cannot achieve their dreams. The importance of patience should be realized by every individual. Patience in life can make them reach out for the successes. Although life is not about living in the future or in the past, life is all about accepting the present moment.
I recently came to know that my husband has been cheating on me with his ex on the phone. We have been married for four years now. When I learnt that he is cheating on me with his ex despite our seven years’ relationship, I felt betrayed. When I told this to his family they said since we are married it’s better for us to solve this issue together. He says he will never do this again and is willing to start a new life if I don’t bring up his past. How can I trust him now? Every time I see him, it reminds me of his cheating and betrayal. I love him very much, but I can quit our relationship if it is required. Please help me with your suggestion.
KATHMANDU, Sept 28: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has told the agitating Madhes-based parties that the government has been working to change the constitution and will soon finalize an amendment bill addressing their demands.
SAINT-ETIENNE, France, Jun e 21: England coach Roy Hodgson had a message for the growing band of doom-mongers following a frustrating stalemate against Slovakia.
"Sooner or later, we will get our reward," Hodgson said.