What has just ended in Nepal? The board examination of grade 12 conducted by NEB(National Education Board).
What’s so special about this examination? It’s the end of High School Life examination.
What after this examination? Join some entrance preparation courses in some renowned entrance preparation institute. Read more
Everyone is well aware of the new rule set by the Nepal Government, ‘The No Horn Rule’. Government’s way of following the trend and saying “New Year New Me”.
Like all the other commuters in the city of Kathmandu I was also tired of hearing the honk of bikes, mirco bus and other vehicles for no reason. And this new rule has brought some relief to my ears.
But the horn was put in the machinery for a reason. It was kept there because it was needed to show the presence of the vehicle to others. To tell people to get out of the way when hitting the brakes was not enough. Read more
When anyone talks about Kathmandu and bus travels it is impossible not to mention the dust. But this is not a rant on how the government has done nothing or the municipality is keeping a closed eye (and nose) about this problem. This is simply my thoughts and how it has been affecting me. Read more
WELCOME TO RANDOM THOUGHTS.
This is a place where you will face things so random and so unconnected that you will start to question the existence of this place.
This place has no boundary and no restrictions.
Most of the topics here will be the thoughts that run through my mind when I am travelling to and from my college.
The things I see, hear or just imagine as I make my way through the crowded roads of Kathmandu everyday. These thoughts might have no basis scientific or otherwise.
But they will continue to exist just cause they can.