19 December, Kathmandu. A new form of the corona virus, Omicron, has spread from South Africa, causing panic all over the world. The Ministry of Health and Population has requested not to travel abroad except for urgent work. The government has barred South Africans from entering the country, while citizens of other countries will be… Continue reading The danger of omicron variant is increasing, be careful at the border: Dr. Again
17 December, Kathmandu. Chandra Bahadur Khatri was born 35 years ago in Jiri, Dolkha. Everyone was happy when a son was born in the house. However, this happiness did not last long. On one hand he was not born crippled and his family was living in poverty. He grew up in a family suffering from… Continue reading handicraft rice life
16 December, Kathmandu. With the onset of winters, picnics have started from Kathmandu and other urban areas. According to the operators of various picnic spots, the picnic spots around Kathmandu Valley are full in January, February and February. With the beginning of the picnic season, bookings are being made at picnic spots around Kathmandu Valley.… Continue reading One Picnic Destination Near Kathmandu: How Much Fee, How Much Facility?
15 December, Kathmandu. There has been an increase in the suicide rate among children or an increase in mental health problems after Covid-19. Why did the suicide rate among children increase after covid or did they have mental health problems? Interview with Medical Psychologist Dr. Vijay Gyawali about Role of Parents: Is it okay to… Continue reading Psychologists say ‘screen’ addiction is making children stubborn
December 14, Kathmandu. Manseer is also called the month of marriage. Many married couples go on honeymoon. Honeymoon is also a chance to get to know each other better. Recently, honeymoon has become a must for newlyweds. Nowadays Nepali newlyweds have started going abroad to different places for their honeymoon. New destinations are being identified… Continue reading These can be the best destinations for honeymoon
December 13, Kathmandu. Moin Uddin, who went to Sindhupalchowk to find out the story while teaching the students, is no longer able to think of an alternative to the teaching profession. He joined the Teach for Nepal fellowship three years ago at the Terrace Secondary School in Talmarang, Sindhupalchowk, as a teacher. Teaching profession was… Continue reading Moin’s Teaching Charm
file photo December 13, Kathmandu. Schools that invited large numbers of students to classes one after the other ten years ago are running full-fledged schools after Chhath. Students of all classes have started going to school. In the midst of the threat of Covid-19, open schools have made sanitizers and masks mandatory. Januka Nepal, headmaster… Continue reading Classroom: Physical distancing and masks?
12 December, Kathmandu. Rice in the morning, rice in the evening. How old is the history of rice made from rice and rice made from rice? Or how long has it taken Nepalese to satisfy their hunger with this rice? Most of the food of Nepalese is not possible without rice. Not only food but… Continue reading Where did rice cultivation start, how did it spread around the world?
9 Manseer, Kathmandu. A charming entrance in the form of ‘Bigg Boss’ in the background. front stage. Colorful rays scattered on the stage. From the same eye of the wall a naked girl appears. Along with the song, his body starts moving mechanically. The sound of the song gradually gets louder- ‘Ya Re Yai Re… Continue reading reckless spenders in the night of vengeance
7 Manseer, Kathmandu. Living in harmony with nature is the key to a healthy life. Naturopathy is the art of controlling the routine from waking up in the morning to going to bed. Eating a balanced diet, bathing regularly, and controlling anxiety and stress are just one of the many aspects of naturopathy. Rules such… Continue reading food is medicine