Information, communication, and technology (ICT) are indispensable factors in this modern world. ICT refers to the technology that makes use of data-driven electronic devices, the internet, and human interaction to enable the user to interface with devices for the purpose of teaching and learning in addition to personal use.
In the context of Nepal, we can argue that the discourse on economic development is highly dominated by human emotions and that our justifications for economic development paradigms are not based on scientific research, observable economic data, or evidence.
The night skies of this month would enchant avid sky-gazers with the peculiar presence of all planets and with mysterious marvels of meteor shower and enigmatic entities of the heavens. Mars would dramatically dominate the night sky this month.
Nepal is well known for her rich stock of culture and tradition, which have been practised since time immemorial. With the passage of time, each community has come up with its own distinct cultural and traditional practices—they are unique and discernible. Nepal's rich cultural diversity is manifested in various forms. Compared to other communities in the country,
This compendium profiling the development of the far western province (Sudur Paschhim), authored by Nayan Bahadur Khadka, offers a valuable set of data and information about that backward and remote geography lying at the western periphery of Nepal. The volume is important and bears significance, keeping in mind that the author himself hails from Achham district.
The COVID-19 pandemic, which seems to be receding these days, has already hit the world powerfully. Indeed, with its increasing duration and severity of suffering and casualties, the disease is being discussed and written about everywhere. Such an impact has been seen in literature too, because it is full of creativity with pandemic themes these days.
Sambar deer are found in South Asia, including Nepal as well as Myanmar, Thailand, Indochina, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, the Malay Peninsula, South China, Taiwan, Indonesia, India, and the Sumatra Islands. In Nepal, it is found in Bardiya National Park, Banke National Park, Chitwan National Park, Parsa National Park, Shuklaphanta National Park, etc.
From the Chobhar Gate at Kirtipur, a rather long pathway winding through the woods beckons. But don´t give up even before starting the journey, for you don´t have to climb an eight-thousander as the pathway ends up at an a
A school of fish swishing their tails side by side in the crystal clear water, crabs crawling on the muddy banks and the thick bushes stretching on the banks of the river around the Chandol area are what I remember about Tukucha rivulte (Ikchhumati) from my childhood.
For promoting good Nepali literature or Nepali literature in English that would get international exposure, a healthy tripartite relationship of publishers, writers, and critics may play a significant role in its promising future. Many of the publis
In 1989, a senior UN environmentalist expressed if the trend of global warming is not reversed by the year 2000, then nations will be digging their graves. Fast forward to the year 2022, global warming and climate change are at an alarming rate. Since the 1980s, each decade has been warmer than the previous one. The more leaps humanity makes toward technology, the more hostility towards the planet increases in the same manner. This is why we are hurting the earth more than ever because we now own and use heavy pieces of machinery mercilessly which emit smoke extensively.
The book under review is 'Nakoriyeka Sandarbharu: A Life Story of Prof Dr Anjani Kumar Sharma’, a biography of a noted doctor. Penned by Anita Dhungel, the book is a meticulous presentation of how a person from a middle-class family in the backward village of Bhaluwai in Siraha district becomes a noted surgeon with this passion and patience and illuminates in the medical firmament of Nepal.
Keshab Kumar Budathoki, a dyed-in-the-wool politician with a cerebral image, has published an interesting book entitled AAFNO – AAFNO SAGARMATHA (Aatmasamsmaran). This can be roughly translated as One's Own Sagarmatha (memoirs). Sagarmatha, the world's tallest peak in the Nepal Himalayas, seems to have been chosen as a metaphor to indicate the limit and extent of one's growth, ambition or achievement.