With so many of us planning (note the word "planning") to be good and cut back on sugar, hit the gym, go for a walk at lunch every day, take up a new hobby or play a new sport - resolutions are on the brain.
Usually you’re doing it before it even registers; multitasking. When your head is all over the place, and your to-do list even more so, it’s time to cram weeks’ worth of work in a few days. And how do you get it done? That’s right, by doing multiple things at the same time.
WASHINGTON DC, June 28: Joel Davis, who helped found Youth to End Sexual Violence and was chairman of the International Campaign to Stop Rape and Gender Violence in Conflict, was arrested Tuesday in Manhattan on charges of enticement of a minor to engage in sexual activity, attempted sexual exploitation of a minor, and possession, receipt and distribution of child pornography.
Nepal is rich in natural diversity. It will be unfortunate for us if we are not able to utilize its full potential in sustainable ways to develop socioeconomic condition of places abundant with natural diversity. Two such important destinations blessed by nature are Pokhara and Chitwan.
Memorable parties or successful events do not just happen. It takes a lot of preparation, planning, and great teamwork to pull it off. Organizing an event might sound like an overwhelming task but with some basic ideas you can put together a stellar one, even if you are a novice in the world of event planning.
Kathmandu, Oct 31: The world is observing Cities Day globally Today to work together for planned and sustainable urban life. The Ministry of Urban Development and other different concern committees had organized programs to marking the day on Monday. The national slogan for this year’s World Cities Day is ‘Town Planning in Federal Nepal.’
KATHMANDU, July 17: Former national team midfielder Basanta Gauchan has said he is looking forward to establish a football academy in Nepal. Basanta, who is now working as a coach for Funroots Football Academy in Japan, shared his plan in the capital on Monday.
KATHMANDU, April 4: Various organizations working in the family planning sector in Nepal are going to be hit hard by US President Donald Trump’s policy of not supporting various family planning methods anywhere. Especially, the economically disadvantaged people in the remote parts of the country will be affected by the policy, according to the stakeholders.
KATHMANDU, March 28: A three-day international seminar aims to share knowledge and experiences of South Asian countries on the sector of development and extension of small hydropower projects kicked off here on Tuesday.
KATHMANDU, Jan 31: At a time when around 2,600 engineers and technical staff deployed by the government have been forced to stay idle due to sluggish progress in reconstruction of private buildings in the 14 earthquake-affected districts, the National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) is making preparations to deploy around 3,500 final year civil engineering students as volunteers for 'facilitating the victims in constructing earthquake resilient houses'.
Kathmandu, Sept 18: People dwelling in the capital city planning to go home for Dashain festival this year have been worried as ticket bookings are yet to open even, with just three weeks left for the festival to begin.