Do You Know The Chemicals in Your Tattoo Ink?

Tattoo inks are mixtures of chemicals injected into the skin to create a colored pattern. Humans have been tattooing themselves for millennia, motivated by reasons as diverse as the designs decorating their skin. Crusaders tattooed crosses on their bodies to ensure they’d go to heaven, Continue Reading

World Bank to Help Nepal to Improve Bridge Connectivity and Access

The World Bank (WB) today (28th September 2018) approved $133 million credit to help Nepal to improve bridge connectivity and access. To construct and maintain safe, strong, and cost-effective bridges, WB supported Nepal on its Strategic Roads Network. The Strategic Roads Network comprises Nepal’s transport Continue Reading

Lighting Ceremony Marking the UN Meet

The Ministry of Health and Population and World Health Organization (WHO) Nepal organized the lighting ceremony of two important United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) heritage landmarks of Nepal – Patan Durbar Square and Kathmandu Durbar Square yesterday (26th September 2018). The United Continue Reading

International Youth Math Challenge 2018

One of the biggest online math competition for students all around the world, International Youth Math Challenge 2018, is all set for September! The International Youth Math Challenge is a platform which gives young students an opportunity to showcase their math skills and to apply Continue Reading

Public Transportation Fare Increased by 10%

The government has decided to increase the public transportation fare by 10% after the pressure by the transport entrepreneurs. After the recent hike in the fuel price, the transportation entrepreneurs had tabled preconditions to the government in order for them to accept the bookings of Continue Reading

Sand Mandalas Are Meant To Be Destroyed

Sand Mandalas—a Tibetan Buddhist tradition involving the creation and destruction of mandalas is made from colored sand. Sand Mandalas are ritualistically dismantled once it has been completed and its accompanying ceremonies and viewing are finished to symbolize the Buddhist doctrinal belief in the transitory nature Continue Reading

Facebook Likes Don’t Make You Feel Better

Facebook is probably the most popular social network site worldwide, with a global usage penetration of 22.9 percent. Every time you take a photo flattering that you can’t wait to make it your Facebook profile picture for all to admire it and –most importantly –for Continue Reading

Five New Jet Machines Added to Clean Roads | Kathmandu Metropolitan City

On the occasion of World Cleanup Day (WCD), Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) added five new jet machines that will help in cleaning the roads in the city. With an engine capacity of 130 horsepower, clogged drains in the city will be kept free of waterlogging Continue Reading

Different Types of Facebook Users! Which One Are You?

If you spend a lot of time on Facebook, you’re far from alone. Around 1.28 billion people visit the all-mighty social media platform on an average day. Now that’s quite interesting, isn’t it? Everybody uses this social media for different reasons. Some people base their Continue Reading

Mahila Premier League (MPL) – Season II

Mahila Premier League (MPL) kicked off today at Grassroots Recreational Center, Mandikatar, Kathmandu. The League games will be played on Saturdays, starting from the 15th of September, 2018 to 3rd of November, 2018. This is the second season or edition of Mahila Premier League. Mahila Premier League Continue Reading