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WRITER’S CORNER : Employee Value : Is it about money or self-esteem? – Nagarjun Shrestha

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Shree Antu, a Hidden Paradise in Eastern Nepal – Biebek Chamlagain

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Open Letter to the President of Nepal !

Face Of Biratnagar : Sanjay Shah

"I have been living in Biratnagar from the time when i was a child. I sell puchka on my cart and I have been doing this for nearly more than 20 years. At an early age of 17, i started this business. Since then, i have been working on the same. there were few Puchka vendors before and the competition was low. so, it was easy to earn daily breads, however, time has filled with numerous strugglers. It's quite difficult now.   -Sanjay Shah (Find his cart near Devkota Chowk ,Beside statue of Laxmi Prasad Devkota)   Narrator - Prem Parakh  . . .


#Faceofbiratnagar : Nirmala Bhattarai

"It's almost more than 12 years I have been working in Merryland College as a librarian. I haven't pursued any formal education from any institutes but despite of that, I have gained many experiences through listening the teachers daily and today I am able to read and write very easily . Working in Merryland College is quite good experience and it has changed my life totally . I have seen thousands and thousands of students in these years . Today's students are more enthusiastic, and take part in extra curriculum actively beside their studies. - 42 years old Nirmala Bhattarai (Find her in Merryland College) #FaceofBiratnagar Narrator - Prem Parakh. . .


STAMMERING – Prem Parakh

Stammering is the problem to speak with sudden involuntary pauses and a tendency to repeat the initial letters of words. It generally occurs to an age of 3 to 4 years of baby and after 4 children faces a low risk of stammering. At the very young age, we speak very involuntarily with a child. We mispronounce the words with them like Mera becomes Mela, Khayega becomes and Many more. These words stucks in the subconscious mind of the baby and S/he speaks the when grows older. Stammering is also caused due to bad environmental. Family Environment plays a very crucial role in the development of the baby. So, if any relatives or relatives, or friends stammers, baby learn the same and implement in his/her speech. At an early age take it as a normal and afterward when the child grows ups be. . .


Why Society Victimizes Rape Victims? – Bijaya Laxmi

There is no perfect definition of rape in law. However, Akayesu Case of India sheds adequate light on this subject. It defines rape as” a physical invasion of a sexual nature committed under circumstance which is coercive.” But this definition can’t be considered complete as it doesn’t include the social stigmas that the rape victim faces after what law defines rape to occur. International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda explicitly classify the physical rape as a crime against humanity. International laws have mentioned criteria for the offense to be rape. It is rape if force or threat of force is used if other vulnerable situations are created where the party is unable to refuse and if sex is done with minor even with a. . .


EPILEPSY: A MISUNDERSTOOD DISEASES – Vaibhav Nahata

With the creativity of human innovation and boons of nature, human beings are moving towards a ”solution-oriented” world.By finding effective solutions to environmental conservation to a discovery of treatments for incurable diseases.Despite this fact some magnificent issues still lie behind the black curtain, unable to get the attention they deserve. Epilepsy as a misunderstood disease is one of them. Epilepsy basically is a mental condition in which the sufferer experiences blackouts and sudden attacks. With around 7 crore patients, epilepsy is a growing disease around the globe.According to the epilepsy society of Australia ,87 patients are added every minute that is 8 times the death/minute due to cancer, however ,it is still is being misunderstood almost everywhere. Generally, it. . .


Rikshaw – Anusha Neupane

DiDi, You from Biratnagar? There must be rickshaws na? She asked Yes, I smiled. Oh! wow didi, Rickshaw ride must be fun hai? How many times have you been in a rickshaw ? How does it feel to be in Rickshaw? How does it move? There was a small rain of questions. I have not thought rickshaw could be exciting to someone who has never been to Terai. This curious Little school girl born and brought up in Kathmandu, is excited about Rickshaw. The ordinary Rickshaw which I have seen throughout my childhood, Which I didn’t like it much as a child because it always used to block my road for cycling. I didn’t love travelling through rickshaw because There used to be an old man pulling the Rickshaw with all his effort in the road full of potholes with sweat running through his body. I didn. . .


“Showing Mirror to Our School Education System”

Since the dawn of civilization was begun, there has always been quest within the mankind about how to develop the individuals and society with the available ideas and through new researches. In the due course of time, it has been proven that education is the most important tool that transformed the primitive world to a modern one. Every country, which has high standard education system, has achieved big successes in health, agriculture, energy generation technology, waste management, a space program, etc. The status of a nation is symbolized by the quality of education imparts its fellow scholars. Ours' is a developing nation. The history of education in Nepal is not so old. However, in a very short period of time, Nepal has been quite successful in producing the finest brains of intern. . .


Sweet Regret – Madhu Khatiwada

It`s midnight but I'm still staring at the ceiling. I had an awesome presentation today but this euphoria is not the cause of my insomnia rather I'm regretting an hour of my day. I wish I had a Time Tunner like the one in movie Harry Potter or Action Replay so that I can go back and kill my shyness. But this is not a hollywood drama neither is it a bollywood movie, so thinking something like that is all vain. I wonder how excited I was for today as I'm a novice in the bank. Journey from Itahari to Dharan, it hardly takes an hour but I am used to this tedious commute. "Mom, please make the table ready, I don't wanna be late. At least not today." I screamed from my room, my eyes still in the mirror which has the reflection of my messy bed beside me. Rejecting all those six pairs eventua. . .


December Eve – Madhu Khatiwada

[caption id="attachment_27990" align="alignleft" width="263"] Writer : Madhu Khatiwada[/caption] Ambling through the highway, staring these pedestrians who don't even have their time to return a gaze. May be it's already been dusk and women have their children waiting them back home, children have a pile of homework to complete and men, may be their spouse are waiting for them to ask what to prepare for dinner. This busy street and me. Each time my left leg crosses my  right and vice versa, my bosom heaves and heart races faster, faster than the motorbike which just passed by me. At the mean time, my eyes glued on a diamond. I guess not diamond, it's a gold because yellow street lights are already on. She is fighting with her boyfriend or just friend or eternal love or whoever he is. Sh. . .


War movies the new norm – Nishant Dhungana

  Kathmandu was heated by the release of movie named White Sun which reads Seto Surya in Nepali. Seto Surya was a movie based on post-insurgency era which was screened across many film festivals of the globe and was able to win awards on different genres. Before this movie a movie named Kalo Pothi had also raised the temperature of the country as it was released inside the country. Kalo-pothi was a movie based during the insurgency. This movie was also screened at many big festivals and also was able to win awards on different topics. Before that, another movie called ‘Talakjung vs. Tulke, also a movie based on War was chosen to compete at the Oscars in the non-English movie category. Though it was trans-created from a Chinese play, it was able to win over critics and viewers ins. . .


An Open Letter to the Prime Minister: So little done, So much to do

A Nepali writes, Dear Prime Minister I hope you are in good health. So that you can shoulder the mammoth responsibilities you inherited after dethroned Mr. KP Sharma Oli blaming him with various charges. You told that Oli Government was unable to provide relief to earthquake victims, unable to carry-out reconstruction work and wasn’t serious about the Madesh issue. You may have been right about all of that. And hence you justified replacing him. This means, all the burden of all those incomplete works are now onto your shoulder. Meanwhile, you gently signed a Gentleman’s agreement with Mr. Sher Bahadur Deuba agreeing upon allowing Mr. Deuba to succeed you after 9 months, which means you have limited time to complete these incomplete work. Let me remind you that on the day of y. . .


Youth For Blood Through My Eyes – Ronak Agarwal

My social life journey started from the ground of YOUTH FOR BLOOD. First day at YFB office Couple of years ago, I went to Youth For Blood's building which was situated at Roadcess. As I entered the building, I first met Mr. Dipesh Dhimal in the hall. He warmly welcomed and took me inside the office. Inside the office I saw, the then YFB President Mr. Sabin Dahal and member Mr. Ankit Das. All the members present there were treating me very politely. Actually I had gone there to know about YFB and what it do? The three of them explained me very nicely about YFB. And In between the conversation Mr. Ankit told me that YFB was going to organize cricket series and he also asked me to join if I was interested. I immediately answered that I wanted to join. Then I played in that series.That was h. . .