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Nepal and Japan: Similarities and Differences in Culture

It’s been a month I returned to Nepal from the very beautiful land, Japan and I do miss every moment spent there. I am...

UNESCO World Heritage Visit 2019 at Ahmedabad, India

World Heritage Volunteers (WHV) 2019 – Empowering the Commitment to World Heritage is a campaign that provides empowering and enriching opportunities to young people and enables...

Tihar: Festival of Lights and Flowers

Tihar, a festival of lights and flower is one of the major Hindu festival that we celebrate for five days. Tihar is also called...

Nepali Language: Our Identity

English is widely spoken and accepted international language. It has been a mandatory language to learn to compete in an international arena. Almost every...

Between the Lines Calls for Applications for International Writing Program 2019...

Kathmandu, February 23, 2019: "Between The Lines (BTL): Peace and the Writing Experience” calls for application across the world. The event will happen in...

Govt intends to upgrade NATHM into University

Kathmandu, March 28, 2018: Minister Rabindra Adhikari for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation stated that institution Nepal Academy Of Tourism and Hotel Management (NATHM)...

Nepali Kalasahitya Dot Com Pratishthan felicitates literary scholars

Kathmandu, March 3, 2018: Dr. Basudev Tripathi, veteran writer, and analyst has been bestowed upon with this year’s 'National Kalashree Felicitation' for his contributions...

Desire Adventures redefining the traditional travel methods in Nepal

Where there is a problem, there are opportunities. Mt. Everest and Mt. Annapurna only exist in Nepal and we cannot find it elsewhere in...

Himalayan Guge Organization to conduct Third Year Upper Mustang Free Medical...

Mustang, February 28, 2018: Himalayan Guge Organization (HGO) is set to organize the third edition of  ‘Upper Mustang Free Medical Campaign’ from June 18,...

Nepal Tourism Board opens up application for Naturally Nepal Short Film...

Kathmandu, February 18, 2018: Nepal Tourism Board in collaboration with Ekadeshma International Short Film Festival has opened up its application for ‘Naturally Nepal Short...

Music Festivals In Scandinavia You Haven’t Heard About

I’ve had this dream for a while, to open a little bistrot. 5 years ago we moved to Médoc and since then this idea has been brewing steadily, produce has been sourced, inspected, sampled. “Is this saucisson better than the other saucisson, is this wine as good as that other one?” How sweet should the tomatoes be, how crunchy the bread? We don’t have all the answers but we have come far and now it’s time to share.

This Compilation of Every Best Visual Effects

I’ve had this dream for a while, to open a little bistrot. 5 years ago we moved to Médoc and since then this idea has been brewing steadily, produce has been sourced, inspected, sampled. “Is this saucisson better than the other saucisson, is this wine as good as that other one?” How sweet should the tomatoes be, how crunchy the bread? We don’t have all the answers but we have come far and now it’s time to share.

5 Things You Can Do Today to Help

I’ve had this dream for a while, to open a little bistrot. 5 years ago we moved to Médoc and since then this idea has been brewing steadily, produce has been sourced, inspected, sampled. “Is this saucisson better than the other saucisson, is this wine as good as that other one?” How sweet should the tomatoes be, how crunchy the bread? We don’t have all the answers but we have come far and now it’s time to share.

The Mavericks of Hollywood: Max Landis

I’ve had this dream for a while, to open a little bistrot. 5 years ago we moved to Médoc and since then this idea has been brewing steadily, produce has been sourced, inspected, sampled. “Is this saucisson better than the other saucisson, is this wine as good as that other one?” How sweet should the tomatoes be, how crunchy the bread? We don’t have all the answers but we have come far and now it’s time to share.

La La Land for Hipster Millennials

I’ve had this dream for a while, to open a little bistrot. 5 years ago we moved to Médoc and since then this idea has been brewing steadily, produce has been sourced, inspected, sampled. “Is this saucisson better than the other saucisson, is this wine as good as that other one?” How sweet should the tomatoes be, how crunchy the bread? We don’t have all the answers but we have come far and now it’s time to share.

In the name of Ram: Tattoos in India’s Dalit community

After being denied access to temples, some Dalits began tattooing the name of the Hindu god Ram on their face and body. Around 250km from...

Sadiksha Thapa wins National Speaking Championship 2016

Kathmandu, November 27, 2016: Sadiksha Thapa, a student of MBA at Kathmandu University School of Management, has been felicitated for her victory in the Grand...

National Speaking Championship being held in November

Communication skills, usually dubbed as the ‘soft skills’, are the most essential skills one needs to have in order to survive and progress in...

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