Kathmandupost Blog

Cause of death: Unknown

Posted Oct 13 2017 by RUBY KHADGI Filed under Foreign Employee Health Centre

Migrant workers from South Asia are found in almost all countries around the globe. Movements from South Asia to East and Southeast Asia are steadily increasing, with Malaysia as the primary destination.
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Google’s flagship sets sail

Posted Oct 10 2017 by MAMINA SHRESTHA

On October 4, in a high-anticipated event, Google launched a varied set of products ranging from smartphones and voice assistants to speakers, cameras and wireless earphones. In case you have been wondering about what exactly Google has laid out this year, here’s a brief walkthrough.
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Latest political development sends ripples to grassroots

Posted Oct 07 2017 by Jitendra Sah Filed under leftist political parties , parliamentary and provincial elections

The recent decision by leftist political parties to forge alliance ahead of the upcoming elections of Federal Parliament and Provincial Assembly has created waves in grassroots level.
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‘Jhiti gunta’

Posted Oct 05 2017 by Manohar Shrestha Filed under Jhiti gunta

I must admit I struggled to pick the right title for this article. I toyed with two others: ‘Think like Mahendra’ and ‘Economic empowerment of the mountain poor’.
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Be what you want to be

Posted Oct 04 2017 by SOMY PAUDYAL

Have you ever been afraid of making a choice and following your dreams, and have instead stepped back for the sake of other’s feelings? I have done that many times.
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15 best movies to watch this vacation

Posted Oct 01 2017 by Post Report Filed under movies

With the holiday season in full swing, many people would like to use their free time by watching movies. Here is a list of some of the best films of 2017 that movie buffs may enjoy watching during their holiday.
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The ABCs of progress

Posted Sep 08 2017 by Angur Baba Joshi

Literacy is the foundation for multi-dimensional personality development. Sustainable Development Goal 4 seeks to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”.
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Curse of the red spray paint

Posted Sep 01 2017 by KAMAL RATNA TULADHAR

I gnored by the media, dismissed by the parties and unbeknownst to the public, homeowners in the Valley’s historical townships have been frantically trying to save their ancestral dwellings from being demolished by the juggernaut of the road-widening campaign.
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Music of the month

Posted Aug 25 2017 by NILISHA TULADHAR

Since the start of the holy month of Gunla on July 25 this year, hundreds of pairs of feet in Kathmandu Valley have got up early in the morning to walk to Swayambhu Maha Chaitya.
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When life seems unfair

Posted Aug 02 2017 by JYOTI JHA

Health is best defined as a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
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Take your time

Posted Jul 19 2017 by Dr Sonam Chaudhary Filed under examinations, teaching and evaluating

We have all sat for different levels of examinations at our school, college or university. The moment the invigilator signals that we can start, our pens move continuously to prove that we have studied and we know the matter.
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