State Vandalism in Nepal

King Gyanendra would call his foreign tour that included his participation in the Asian-African Summit 2005 a successful one – mainly because the Indian Government did the U-turn about the military aid. At the summit, he reiterated his commitment to democracy and put forward some points supporting his February 1 coup that had definitely earned […]

AFC President’s Cup Football: For Nepal’s Pride

AFC President’s Cup is a football tournament that would be participated by national champion clubs of eight Asian nations that falls under category C of AFC’s classification. What eludes the clubs most is the prize money – US$ 50,000 for the winner and US $ 25,000 for the runners-up. The tournament originally planned in Nepal […]

English!? .. Oh My God!

How difficult is English language? If you ask the students of private schools, they will say not very hard; students from public schools will give the different answer. English, a compulsory subject for School Leaving Certificate (SLC) examination has ended thousands of dreams of studying in campuses. Government has time and again introduced a few […]