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  • My Small Effort for these beautiful children in Phulbari

    November 6, 2016 • NEPAL • Author:

    Green is the color of nature as you can only see the green color everywhere with hardworking and beautiful people all around with a beautiful smile. On my visit to Phulbari, I went to only boarding school which was designed to enhance the productivity and to provide the English medium education to...

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  • A life not mine – what I learned from volunteering in rural...

    September 30, 2016 • NEPAL • Author:

    I had always wanted to volunteer and do something for my community before I got busy focusing on my career. I’ve always been interested in exploring new places and meeting new people. I like learning through experience. All of these reasons combined, motivated me to apply at...

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  • सवारी चालक अनुमतिपत्र नविकरण प्रक्रिया: [ License Renewal Process]

    August 20, 2016 • नेपाली • Author:

    एक दुइ जनाले भनेको सुनेकी थिएँ, लाइसेन्स नविकरण आफैं गर्न सकिन्न, अरुलाई पैसा दिएर गर्नुपर्छ । आफैं नविकरण गर्न...

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  • One Day

    July 11, 2016 • WOMEN • Author:

    I returned from college on a public bus today, and sat on the window seat. On the way a man, probably 35 or more, got in the bus and sat beside me. I had put on my earphones and was listening to music. After a few minutes he started pushing me. I thought he felt …...

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  • Swimming Upstream

    June 19, 2016 • WOMEN • Author:

    I remember the drive vividly, we were on our way to the airport to drop off our late grandparents after their visit. They were talking about everyone they’d met and how hospitable everyone had been. One of them said, when referring to one family in particular, that they must be...

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  • The Uninvited

    June 13, 2016 • WOMEN • Author:

    Fifteen years of the same thing happening month after month. I should be better prepared for it by now, and yet it delights in surprising me whenever it can. Possibly every month, if it had its way. The thing that is called a period, and tries hard to insert a comma into life. Imagine this....

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  • Sexy Distortion

    May 28, 2016 • WOMEN • Author:

     ‘To be, or not to be’ How precisely and wonderfully Shakespeare presented the soliloquy of a man in his play Hamlet. I wonder if he had ever tried portraying a woman’s dilemma in such an eloquent manner.  Even if he had, I am sure it wouldn’t be persuasive. No, I am not...

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  • Dahi Puri

    May 16, 2016 • WELLNESS • Author:

    Sonia’s Fun Fact #1029: I live on 3 main food groups – Chai, Biryani and Chaat! Now, as I fight the urge to go make the first 2 items, I figured I might as well share a quick recipe for one of my favorite dishes! Dahi Puri has been a longstanding winner in the chaat category – …...

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    May 5, 2016 • WELLNESS • Author:

    If you couldn’t tell already –  I LOVE spicy food. So much so that I would be the girl with a bottle of Sriracha attached to her keys and chili powder in her makeup bag. What can I say? When a flavor emergency hits  – girl has got to be ready! Thankfully, living in Houston, hotness is...

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  • Spicy garlic and tomato basil penne

    April 15, 2016 • WELLNESS • Author:

    It goes without saying that our days become engulfed with a conundrum of tasks and responsibilities but I’d like to take a moment to showcase one of the most exciting moments of my day. I’ve always been a food-lover. There’s nothing quite like the intoxicating smell of spices married to...

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  • What I Think of The Kabul Attack

    April 8, 2016 • NEPAL • Author:

    All we have to offer, all that we feel, is sympathy. Because it didn’t happen to us. The one who reads this can either be in pain or can only imagine it. And while some of us are occupied complaining about who was responsible, what went wrong and what our next move should be, we …...

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  • Changing Society, Generation Gap and Expectations

    March 28, 2016 • NEPAL • Author:

    Image adopted from: Not long ago, one of my good friends reviled the generation gap. He lambasted on how his parents never comprehended his situations. Thus, every talk ended up in contentious discussion. And suddenly everything was a conundrum. There he...

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  • Glory of the Himalaya

    March 24, 2016 • NEPAL • Author:

    The Himalaya was nature’s gift to Nepal when, millions of years ago, the Indo-Australian Tectonic Plate collided with the Eurasian Tectonic Plate, forming what is now called the abode of snow (Himalaya).  It is, according to geologists, the youngest group of mountains on planet Earth.  The...

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  • Rewriting the Code of Disabled Women: Story of Meena Paudel

    March 19, 2016 • WOMEN • Author:

    Australian disability advocate Stella Jane Young says, “We are a society that treats people with disabilities with condescension and pity, not dignity and respect. About 10 percent of the world’s population, i.e. about 650 million people live with disabilities. They are the ones who...

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  • Why feminism is important

    March 11, 2016 • WOMEN • Author:

    Why feminism is important over the past few years, a lot of words and trends have been all over the Internet. Be it in the time of the amazing color changing dress or KUWTK memes, the Internet has always had new things to post about. Amidst all of this, a word got really poplar with …...

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