KATHMANDU, Feb 16: All through the week, children from schools across the Valley decided on a favorite spot. Some were there as participants, some came to cheer their friends while the others just to relish the theatre.
The Children’s Theatre Festival organized by the Shailee Group that began from February 15 had a total of 10 productions to be staged. The participating colleges not only acted out but also conceptualized and directed their plays.
KATHMANDU, Feb 16: Various changes in student visas to the United Kingdom will be enforced from April 6.
“It will check abuse of the student visa route and filter students in such a way that only the brightest and best can stay and work in UK,” announced Damian Green, Immigration Minister, on Monday, February 13.
KATHMANDU, Feb 15: Kathmandu, over time, has grown and is growing and with it, the job market has become more competitive. While the market grows, the job market too has become more of a cutthroat arena to get that “perfect job” and the “perfect pay.”
Youth in Nepal, as they become more independent and seek jobs at an early age for experience and for that extra pocket money, the prospect of getting a job is getting difficult by the day.
KATHMANDU, Feb 14: ““To love someone deeply gives you strength. Being loved by someone deeply gives you courage.”
Whether it’s being in love, being loved back in return or just love something that you adore, the meaning of love remains the same. May the feeling of love give you the courage and happiness that you’ve wished for!
KATHMANDU, Feb 14: It’s the 14th day of February. While many have been planning for this day for quite some time, there are also those of us who feel the mounting pressure of having to say “I love you” in monetary ways, scrambling for that perfect gift for that special someone in our lives.
Now if we want a halfway decent shot of giving a good gift, we ought to keep it simple.