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Status of passport applications to be available online

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KATHMANDU, Aug 19: As part of its measures to ease the supply of Machine Readable Passports (MRPs), the Department of Passports (DoP) has come up with a new initiative that will enable passport applicants to check the status of their application online.

Once this online system comes into full-fledged operation, anyone applying for the MRP can check the status of applications, according to DoP. This will help avoid unnecessary hassles applicants face to check whether their passport application has been already processed. [More]

  Is distance the new closeness?  
  BY ROSHANI DHAMALA  
 
It is said, “Distance makes the heart grow fonder.” Is it really true?

Their relationship started off in the way a lot of long distance relationships do. Leena*, 30, met Ravi* for the first time on Facebook. Ravi came across her Facebook account through a mutual friend. They became friends and over time the friendship evolved as they started talking and video chatting quite often. A year down the line they have decided to get married.

“We talk everyday now, sometimes on Skype and other times over the phone,” she says, as she smiles, unable to hide her affection for Ravi who works in Korea right now and plans to return to Nepal in February to get married to Leena.

 
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  • Preparing for English language proficiency tests
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    Preparation centers are convenient, but self-preparation is good enough, too

    KATHMANDU, Aug 18: Prabhash Rai, 20, who’s currently studying English Literature at University of Cambridge in the UK, reminisces that he took his IELTS (International English Language Testing System) four years ago. Since he wasn’t much aware of the institutes that offered preparation classes for the test during that time, he prepared on his own. “I had some books and a CD as the only materials to go through,” he recalls. Preparing for the test on his own helped him get a good score, he believes.

    At present, there are a lot of institutes and preparation centers providing classes for the tests in Kathmandu. Sajina Bhandari, 24, felt that it would be easier if she joined one of these institutes for her GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) preparation. She’s completed her Bachelor’s degree and aspires to go to the US for further studies.   [More]
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