KATHMANDU, May 23: It is not surprising to see a teenager or anyone in their early twenties to hover around their cell phones and using various social media applications. Doing so, they are not only having fun but are also adherently growing their network with other fellow social media users.
The guavas were drenched and dewdrops seemed to be trembling from them. The tree was moist and the leaves were dark green. One felt threatened watching it from below. As if the tree was trying to reach out and grab the house with its finger-like branches and wicked-faced leaves.
KATHMANDU, May 23: On most days, we are thankful for technology to have offered us the world within our palms but there sure are days when we don’t see technological advancement in the same light. Sometimes, you may feel there is too much information out there, which you don’t feel the need to subscribe to.
KATHMANDU, May 23: Rupy’s International School organized prize distribution ceremony to felicitate the students of its senior wing, on Tuesday. The chief guest was Sambridhi Gyawali, executive director of Nepal Republic Media Pvt Ltd and an alumnus of the school.
Having learned the techniques of modern arts from his late father, Madan Chitrakar sought for his own motifs when it came to pioneering his creativity on canvas. He has worked as senior artist, design expert and division-in-charge at the Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation for about three decades.
KATHMANDU, May 22: La Trobe Business School, Australia has made new announcements offering scholarships to the value of 15 percent, 20 and 25 percent of the total tuition fee for undergraduate as well as postgraduate international students commencing in 2018.