Lamichhane wicketless in first Sixers victory
Nepal’s leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane produced a crucial run out and returned with miserly bowling figures to play a crucial role in Sylhet Sixers’ first victory in this season’s Bangladesh Premier League on Wednesday.
Execute your ideas soon so you have plenty of time for experimentation
Today, homemade Nepali pickles in a variety of flavours and tastes are available from a growing number of outlets, on both small and large scales.
We promote Newari patrimony through conservation projects
Renovated Newar homes that are rented out to tourists have sprung up all across Patan. These homes offer traditional Newar architecture blended with modern comforts, presenting a smart and affordable alternative to hotels.
Be ready to take calculated risks
The nonprofit Hatti Hatti works on a three tier model—‘educate, engage, empower’. First, marginalised women who might not have had the opportunities to go to school are provided with an education.
Entrepreneurs must be willing to fail
Young Innovations is a software development company that uses “integrated technology to solve problems in the development and private sectors with specific focus on open data, aid transparency, public procurement, citizen engagement, grievance management and knowledge management,” according to its company profile.
Challenges are stepping stones to success
For over 17 years, Rachana Thapa has been running the Silver Mountain College of Hotel Management, one of Kathmandu’s premier institutions when it comes to producing hotel and hospitality managers.
Focus on your products, not competetion
Sanket Agarwal is responsible for Xiaomi’s overseas expansion in the Indian sub-continent. He is currently exploring Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka as potential future markets.
Himalayan Art Festival showcases traditional alongside contemporary art
Looking at a painting of Sukhipur Village in Siraha, I felt as if I was experiencing tranquility.
Fresh on the court
Two 17-year-olds stand on the tennis court with their eyes forward, their hips slightly bent, and their hands lightly but firmly placed on their racquets. It is twin sisters Mahika and Mayanka Rana’s first outing at the 2018 Asian Games, and it is their time to shine.
Is breaking the law justifiable?
Even when everyone seems to be clear about the consequences of breaking the law, people somehow eventually end up breaking it.