Stories By 'MOHAN GURAGAIN'
At Ratna Rajyalaxmi Campus in Kathmandu, MA English first year students can’t find seats on the bare iron-wood desk-benches if they do not make it to the single classroom fifteen minutes before the 6:15am class.
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English teachers often joke that even those who cannot complete a single sentence correctly can still pass the grade 10 English board exams.
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A concrete jungle. Parks few and far in between. Dusty roads, pavements occupied by vehicles, construction materials and footpath vendors. Choking air pollution. Motorcycles zooming all around. A place full of strangers.
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The institution of marriage is the oldest and most evolving cornerstones of human civilisation.
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The Centre for Investigative Journalism recently made a startling revelation that many Master-level students at Tribhuvan University submit as theses copied works or those prepared by others at a cost.
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Leaders have been discredited; the CA-turned-Parliament has outlived its purpose. Let’s elect the House of Representatives to implement the constitution and hold provincial and local elections
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