KATHMANDU, March 22: Mint Lemonade had started as a Home Décor brand in June last year. Founder of Mint Lemonade (name not disclosed upon request) was a designing student who had passion for designing and creating new items.
When you are bored in class, you might have noticed yourself making random lines, shapes and figures in your copy. It might not make sense but with practice, you can turn that ‘gibberish’ into an art piece. Anything you make to express your thoughts and perspective can be considered art, no matter what medium you choose.
Though there might be a negligible number of girl students taking computer or technical subjects, it is even rare to find them making a career out of such fields. Pratiksha Pandey and Binita Shrestha are two among that relatively small population of women who not only survived the four years of their engineering but are also working in the field.
In January last year, Cake 9 entered the mushrooming online cake market with a rather niche target audience. But about a year and a month later, Cake 9 today has attracted a diverse customer base, and more importantly, retained them with its taste and quality that it says are its priority.
KATHMANDU, Feb 22: “Cataract has always been one of the major causes leading to blindness in Nepal. There is a significant population suffering from cataract and majority of them lose their eyesight for want of access to surgery. This situation is saddening, especially when we have state-of-the-art facilities and cheap surgeries within the country,” said Suraj Shrestha, one of the co-founders of Anthropose.
Born and brought up in the US, Rachana Pradhan has been reporting about the US health care system and its government affairs for years. Pradhan was doing her Bachelor’s of Arts in Journalism at James Madison University, Virginia when she started writing for the university's paper in 2007.
Neeraj Pradhan is a US-based entrepreneur of Nepali origin, who has worked with start-ups as well as entrepreneurs for around a decade. He has been a consultant, an advisor for many companies in California and Washington, and helped them formulate strategies as well as in their mergers and acquisitions. While doing all of that, Pradhan got quite an exposure to entrepreneurship and learned to create new opportunities.
For generations, mothers have hand-knitted woolen socks, mufflers, caps for their children to keep them warm and safe during chilling winter. Though earlier it simply seemed habitual, the gesture somehow has lost its charm in the recent years, probably because of modernization or eventual shift in people's preferences regarding fashion.
Accidents are not something people invite, they are unavoidable. They can result in various levels of injuries and if not looked after correctly, can be fatal for the victim. In case of an accident rather than being a bystander, if one knows how to deal with the injury/illness, they can save lives.
Like yesteryears, the 4th year students of IOE Pulchowk Campus organized LOCUS 2018, the 15th National Technological Festival, as a platform for aspiring students from different colleges in the field of Computer, Electronics and Electrical Engineering to showcase their projects.
KATHMANDU, Jan 29: The second edition of BattleBot was held on the sidelines of Subisu CAN Info-Tech 2018 being organized at the Bhrikutimandap Exhibition Ground. BattleBot 2.0 was jointly organized by Online Media Group (OMG) and Robotics Association of Nepal (RAN) in support of Khalti on January 27-28.
KATHMANDU, Jan 28: To rise above societal hierarchies can get tricky, even more when a woman has to break out of societal chains. Belmaya Nepali exemplifies that it is possible to excel even within the patriarchal society.
KATHMANDU: Books are one of the oldest mediums for information. Some people manage to read hundreds and thousands of books in their lifetime, while others don’t even read one. Books have become a part of lifestyle. Reading culture is flourishing worldwide, but the culture in Nepal has a mixed or rather limited followers.
KATHMANDU, Jan 18: It is said that great things come in small packages. And when you enter the little store of Little Things at Jhamsikhel, you will see how true the brand name stands. As the store is full of products that are small in size and have minimal designs but are capable of grabbing your utmost attention.
KATHMANDU, Jan 16: Where some businesses fail even with the effort of many, there are some that have thrived with the effort of just an individual. Entrepreneurship has become a lifestyle which people, especially younger generations seek.