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Judiciary stands unwavering

‘Even if the world should collapse, Judiciary should not’. This is not an exaggerated notion but is the common voice. And the reason is the ‘Sanctity of Justice’, where Judiciary stands, as the last resort to protect its Sanc…

My first experience of flying alone

My heart skipped a beat as I stepped into the airport. I felt lost, nervous, and whatnot. Sure, I was excited, but anxiety grew on me with each step I took. I was sure that there was no going back now from the airport. My father took the visitor pas…

An educational trip to Trishul Danda

A field-based learning is far more effective than classroom-based learning for the over-all development of students as it provides opportunities for them to interact with real-world situations. Taking this fact into consideration, my school recen…

Summit for Change: A unique approach to advocacy

It is often believed that advocacy and empowerment campaigns are synonymous with raising voices in a common platform with workshops and powerful initiative movements. Advocacy is often measured in the scale of voices rather than the unique and cr…

AI Conundrums

When the San-Francisco based Open AI rolled out Chat GPT in late November of 2022, hardly anyone in the company expected it to blow up. Instead, it was supposed to be a sort of prologue to the more powerful GPT-4 they had been working on. The compan…

Nepali diaspora in Finland: Growth, contribution and cultural fusion

Foreign employment has been an ingrained Nepali experience, with historical roots extending to their involvement in Indian armies and subsequent migration to neighboring parts of India. Today, the Nepali diaspora has a global presence, evolving beyo…

Preserving our mountains

Since 2003, December 11 is marked as the International Mountain Day around the globe – an observance of ever increasing significance as underscored by rising temperatures that are exacerbating hazards in the mountainous region. Data from IC…

Interesting tale behind Nepal Sambat

As Tihar lights up the country in a festive mood this year, we yet again celebrate another new year of the Nepal Sambat. It has been 1144 years since its establishment in 879 AD (936 BS). On November 18, 1999 AD, the then cabinet had declared the ca…

Canine distemper cases increasing in Nepal

Canine distemper is an acute and highly infectious disease of carnivorous animals characterized by diphasic fever, ocular, nasal catarrh and frequent cutaneous eruptions. This infection is often manifested by bronchopneumonia, gastro enteritis an…

Meaning of happiness

In his book Homo Deus, Yuval Noah Harari claims that once humanity solves its three biggest enemies, namely famine, war, and death, its next major agenda would be to achieve eternal happiness. Indeed, most things one does in life are in some way or …