Facebook’s Messenger Lite App Now Available in 132 Countries Including Nepal

On April 27, 2017, Facebook launched Messenger Lite in 132 countries. Messenger Lite is a low-bandwidth version of the original Messenger service. It is targeted to Android smartphones that have limited memory and processing power. Facebook’s head of Messenger David Marcus announced in this post Continue Reading

Nepalese Local Elections 2017: How to Vote at the Local Elections?

Nepalese will head to the ballot box on May 14 to elect representatives of local governments. This will inaugurate voting under the new constitution that was passed in September 2015. Furthermore, this election, Nepalese Local Elections 2017, will be the first opportunity for about 25% of Continue Reading

Student Unions Padlock Schools in Kathmandu Valley

A group of student unions affiliated with various political parties has padlocked 45 private schools in Kathmandu valley protesting their exorbitant fees. Members of Nepal Students Union, ANNFSU, ANNFSU-Revolutionary among other student unions reached notable schools like Rato Bangla, Gems School, Ullens School, Nightingale School Continue Reading

Career Fair 2017 – Tech Edition by Namaste Kathmandu

As the trend of international education fairs in Nepal continues to mushroom, adding to the issue of ‘brain drain’, Namaste Kathmandu hopes to counteract their effects with ‘Career Fair 2017’. Namaste Kathmandu, a tech-based event management company, is all set to organize the one-of-a-kind career Continue Reading

Five Research-backed Ways to Cultivate Gratitude at Work

Generally, in Nepal, we seldom say “thank you”. We rarely thank our parents, our teachers, our friends – the people without who our lives would be miserable. And it is no different at work. Showing gratitude at work is even rarer. “Thank you” doesn’t cost Continue Reading