Stories By 'Pranaya SJB Rana'
The Oli administration has been roundly criticised for attempting to push through a number of controversial bills, including a Media Council bill and an IT bill, that many say could be used to stifle criticism and muzzle the media.
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Kami Rita Sherpa, who broke his own record for most Everest ascents this year, opens up about the problems on Everest—and about the reluctance to fix them.
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There were many stories that my grandmother had to tell, even though she didn’t often get a chance to tell them all. She had stories of growing up in Bagdurbar in the Capital, before being shunted off in marriage to the backwater of Gaur, Rautahat. She had lived well when young, riding bicycles and gossiping with her sisters. And along the way, she’d learned to smoke cigarettes, at the age of 16. She would smoke regularly, not many just 4-5 cigarettes a day, for the next 73 years.
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The final death in The Battle of Winterfell is unexpected. It is a quiet, sombre death that does not come from murder but from acceptance. Melisandre, The Red Woman, walks out into the snow, strips off the magical charm that’s been keeping her young, and collapses--dead. She fulfilled her purpose--she aided Azor Ahai, the Prince(ess) who was Promised. Only it wasn’t Stannis Baratheon and it wasn’t Jon Snow. It wasn’t even Daenerys or Jorah Mormont or Jaime Lannister. It was someone wholly unexpected.
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I create the cocktail menu and train staff on how to execute and run the bar.
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Writing might seem like an art, but it is as much perseverance and hard work, countless hours of toiling late nights over books, reading and rereading And then, countless more hours of writing then editing and rewriting
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