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Memorable Trip To Japan

Travelling is one of the most effective ways to recharge your energy. Visiting new places makes you realize there is more to the world than what you have seen and experienced, and what you will ever be able to see during your lifespan. Traveling is a pleasurable experience, but sometimes

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Keeping World Safe From Nuclear Weapons

The development and existence of nuclear weapons have been a subject of intense debate throughout history. With the unprecedented destructive power, it is crucial to understand and evaluate the complex issue of nuclear weapons and safety. Nuclear weapons, in general, refers to the destructive equipment that is constructed based on

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Making Each Day Count

An average person lives around 27,375 days. That’s all we get if we’re lucky. “Twenty-seven thousand three hundred and seventy-five.” At first, I thought it didn’t seem like a lot of time, but how many days do we remember anyway? Most days pass unnoticed, unremarkable, and unmarked. A day passes

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Travelling Through My Memory Lane 

Wonder how you are doing up there,  Hope you are happy now. You in my imagination, are so vivid Saying “I miss you”, makes me miss you even more. Tore me, I feel like I lost everything Emotionless, purposeless, aimlessly I wander around “Would it be different if I had

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History Of Nepal

Nepal has a rich history dating back to ancient times. It was ruled by various local kingdoms before being unified in 1768. The 18th and 19th centuries saw conflicts with neighboring powers. Rana rule prevailed for much of the 20th century until 1951. Since then, Nepal has experienced political changes,

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A Letter To My Present Self

My dearest present self,               As I pen these words, my heart is filled with love and admiration for the person you are today. You have come so far, yet you have so much further. The journey ahead may be long and winding, but I know you have the courage and

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How Psychopaths See The World?

The eyes of a psychopath will deceive you; they will destroy you. They will take from you, your innocence, your pride, and eventually your soul. ― Dr. Samuel Loomis Psychopaths, by definition, have problems understanding the emotions of other people, which partly explains why they are so selfish, why they

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Nepali Cricket: Its Past, Present And Future

Cricket is a gentlemen’s game played with 11 players on each team. The game was established in England. In Nepal, The Ranas were the first to play the game. In the past, Nepali cricket was not well known across the Nation. The people were not familiar with it. The Nepali

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What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You STRONGER

I believe ‘everything happens for a reason’. People change so that you can learn to let go. Things go wrong so that you appreciate them when you realize they’re right. You believe lies so you eventually learn to trust no one but yourself. And sometimes good things fall apart so

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Robotics And Future Unemployment

Robots are human-made electronic machines developed to enhance human life, making tasks easier and more efficient. In the present day, robots are highly intelligent and versatile, capable of solving complex problems beyond human capabilities. Robotics, now in its fifth generation of computer development, utilizes natural language programming, enabling communication and

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The Impact Of Critical Thinking In The Age Of Misinformation

In the age of modernization and advancements, computer technologies such as critical thinking, problem-solving, decision-making, etc are essential for tackling any problem. Though the advancements are skyrocketing day-by-day many other problems like misinformation, false acquisition, and fraud occur such misinformation must be tackled by us using our Critical thinking Skills.

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Realization

The life full of despair and no hope I remember, it was sad dark and brutal Everyday crying, fighting and trying to survive As if someone had locked me up in a box. A box, filled with their laughter, judgement and evilness I knew my life was unbearably a mess

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Miss Julie, A Naturalistic Tragedy By August Strindberg

Naturalism is a philosophy initiated in the decade of 1870-80, developed specially by Emile Zola. It is a mode, which is considered having close relation with realism. The struggle of the individual to adopt the environment and the Darwinian theory of the survival of the fittest is the central apprehension

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Why Stable Government Is Necessary In Nepal?

Not a single government in Nepal has served out a full five-year term since, the restoration of democracy in 1990. This is due to the lack of majority support, coalition disputes, or political interference in Nepal. There is hardly a government that lasted for a year. As a result, the

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Family Ties

Life is an unpredictable journey, often presenting us with unexpected challenges that show who truly matters in this life for us. Family ties weave a story of unity, resilience, and selfless sacrifice. Recently, a significant incident unfolded in my life, serving as a powerful example of the extraordinary strength that family ties can provide,

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Significance Of Space Exploration

Firstly, asteroid mining is a new possibility that has emerged for humans in this modern era. Asteroids are solid masses containing different minerals that revolve around the solar system. They contain valuable minerals such as gold, platinum, and titanium, which can be worth trillions of dollars. If we are able

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Nepali Subject Not For Newar: A Real Experience

Commencing my M.A. studies marked the end of a five-year hiatus from academia. Before this, my educational journey had been consistent up to the attainment of my bachelor’s degree. Upon venturing into Kathmandu for further academic pursuit, I found myself engulfed by the bustling urban landscape for an extended period.

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