Stories By 'Prajesh SJB Rana'
Government agencies and private companies both need to focus more on securing their data, say security professionals
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Indie games provide innovative gameplay and deeply layered storytelling. Three games from last year do all of this and more.
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When Nhasala Joshi joined the Advanced College of Engineering and Management in Kupondole, she was the only woman in her Electronics Engineering class. Later, as the semester progressed, the number of women grew to three, still a heavily lopsided gender ratio.
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I know why I became famous, and it had nothing to do with my content and everything to do with how I looked. I was catering to a demographic of old geezers looking to get it off to a young teenager
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In Nepal, the decade-old Electronic Transaction Act (ETA), enacted in 2006, was formed when the internet was not as widespread as it is today and fails to take into account many contemporary web security and privacy issues.
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In the past couple of decades, a number of big-budget games have chosen Nepal as their setting, either for a chapter or in rare cases, the entire game. In older games, severely limited by technology, Nepal was depicted as pixelated polygons of multi-storied temples, Buddhist stupas and prayer flags. Contemporary games do better in terms of graphics and visual fidelity, but the elements depicted have remained the same—temples, stupas, prayer flags.
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