I turned around to look at the guy who got the weeklong detention. He was staring at the lecturer as if asking, “I was just looking at some girls, where did all this nonsense about sex come from?”
Teenage self doubts, commercialism of beauty, imposition of beauty as compulsion for women, and due to my own modest genes, I had insecurities over my looks.
Several recent decisions by the special judicial court on corruption related cases in favor of notorious corrupt political leaders reveal Nepal’s inefficient and frequently biased judicial system.
It is infuriating to see how national budgeting is done in Nepal. Nothing visionary is implemented. The people are seldom filled with optimism about the future of the country. What Nepal needs is a radical measure which can transform the face of the country. With this in mind, I have presented a hypothetical case.
Kisan is already late to meet his friend Ujwal in Baneshwor. They start walking to Pashupatinath temple as bikes or any other forms of motorized vehicles were not permitted beyond Battisputali on the day. Both Ujwal and Kisan enjoy outdoor activities and were expecting the afternoon to be full of adventure. The crowd was extremely thick in Gaushala, perhaps around 10 people per square meter. Yet they dug their way through, pushed a few people as necessary and got pushed like-wise.
There once lived a man who was a multi-millionaire but had an extremely stupid son. The father himself was very entrepreneurial and believed in working hard, being creative, taking risks and not squandering money.
Recent closures of some vibrant businesses and industries in many parts of Nepal attributable to excessive extortion by the Maoist group raise serious questions about the qualities of the group’s leadership. Such actions indicate either a lack of basic economic sense or a complete disregard about the future implications of such actions.