Stories By 'Chahana Sigdel'
The thing about the Internet and the social media is that it can make us feel how we want to feel. You could become a cyberchondriac, wallowing in self-pity, seeking
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Twenty-five-year-old Lujendra Ojha recalls his childhood memories in Nepal, when he would gaze curiously at the night sky. “Don’t get into science for money or prestige,” he says. “Get into science if you want to understand genesis, if you want to understand the universe.”
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The sky lit up on the evening of Sunday, September 20, as Nepal became the youngest republic in the world.
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Surrounded by cameras, recorders and inquisitive reporters, 37-year-old Monica Shahi broke down after answering questions about how it felt to be the first transgender in Nepal to receive a passport under the ‘others’ category.
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The 2019 Gadhimai Mela, a religious ritual of supposedly the world’s largest sacrifice, is going to be a bloodshed-free affair, if the devotees follow the management’s call.
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Over six months after a committee formed to legalise same-sex-marriage as directed by the Supreme Court handed over its report to the government,
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