Nepal:  Glory of the past, vision for future

Sergio Shumsher JB Rana

Tall imposing mountains, picturesque hills and fertile plains sewn together in a sort of natural

Blog| Why we don’t want to be forgotten

Bipasha Shrestha

I think all the fears, the insecurities and feelings of abandonment stem from one truth:

Snow Shadow: The Hidden World of Himalayan Wolves
Kiran Rokaya

The Himalayan wolf, also known as Canis lupus chanco, is a captivating and elusive creature

71 years of service in health and community development: A look at International Nepal Fellowship’s Nepal programs
Yam Bahadur G.C.

Today marks the 71st anniversary of International Nepal Fellowship, one of the pioneer nonprofit organizations

“Jiwanta Sambandha”: Where literature and philanthropy converge
Ashmita Gharti Chhetri

In an era dominated by digital voices and stories on our screens, the sudden emergence

Life beyond academics
Anusha Thapa

Attending school or being in class loads students with academic knowledge which is indeed important.

Blog| Understanding the psychology of procrastination
Ashmi Koirala

Procrastination is the act of unnecessarily delaying or postponing important tasks despite knowing the negative

Blog | Climate Change: An emerging issue for wildlife conservation in Nepal
Susma Gosai

Nepal ranges from 60–8850 meters above sea level, along its short north-south axis. As such,

INGOs deserve more recognition and support from the government
Achyut Luitel

I came across a few INGO workers in the last few weeks who have recently

Nepal’s outstanding debt in data
Sushil Hamal

The total public debt in Nepal reached 2,007.84 billion rupees at the end of the

Blog | What’s emotion got to do with gender?
Shreena Nepal

In “The one with the male Nanny,”  episode 6 of the American television sitcom Friends,

Blog | Chisapani Gadhi: Why it is historically important
Sushil Hamal

Chisapani Gadhi is the most important historical site in the Chisapani Village Development Committee of

Blog | Monkeys of Swayambhunath: How did they evolve? What do they signify?
Sushil Hamal

Swayambhunath is an ancient stupa (a dome-shaped building erected as a Buddhist shrine) on a

Blog | The best choice I made in life: How Rotaract changed me
Shristi Tripathi

It was nine years back. I was an undergrad trying to reach out to communities.