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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 the concept of nuclear reactions.  The origin of nuclear weapons can be traced back to the early 20th century when physicists discovered the immense energy released during a nuclear reaction. The Manhattan Project during World War II led to the destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It marked a turning point in the history and advancement of nuclear weapons. Nuclear weapons, created with a good motive, have become the means to appease a sense of revenge and violence. Many countries today are seen inappropriately making use of such weapons. Today, even a single nuclear bomb has the power to destroy the whole world and the evil impacts it brings along are even more dangerous. From the loss of lives and property to the spread of innumerable diseases, it affects the natural cycle of the environment. Not only that, it also degrades the layers of the geosphere and stratosphere. Therefore, we all need to be aware of the threats of nuclear weapons and the terror they can unleash globally. Positively, leading countries have signed peace treaties and non-violence-related conventions. They have been practicing disarmament and several forces are working to prohibit the occurrence of any great devastation through nuclear weapons. The International Atomic Energy Awareness (IAEA) has also been making efforts to neutralize the harms that can be brought about by nuclear weapons. Despite these efforts, the terror of nuclear weapons still prevails. We all need to work to protect the world peace and human rights. Experimenting and exploring is fine but don’t let that steal the world’s peace.  By: Atimsha Upreti (Science, F2)

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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 in a blur. So many of mine did. They were lost in wandering in schools, procrastinating, and maintaining schedules. It felt like my life was becoming a series of forgotten days. Everything was saved for later. Living my life spontaneously? Later. Traveling? Later. And studying? Later.  So, I asked myself “Why do I save everything for later?” It was because I had no confidence at all. I was very afraid and always thought of what might go wrong and what people would think about me—and being vulnerable? Being vulnerable is very scary. For most of my life, I have always been a people pleaser so I often think about the different characters I play in everyone’s story. I am a hero in some. A bad guy to others. But I realized that none of it has to do with the person I am. The lens that others view you through is colored by their upbringing beliefs, and individual experiences. Some people see your bright personality as endearing and others see it as annoying. Some might think you’re weak and emotional while others might feel safe being around you. Some people will think you’re rude and selfish and others might respect the way you stand up for yourself and again, none of it truly has anything to do with who you are. In those twenty-seven thousand days that you get if you’re lucky, you have endless dreams to follow, thousands of places to visit, meet tons of people, make a lot of memories, and most importantly chase your passion. So, if you’re not confident about taking action now, what I’d suggest is to pretend. You can pretend to be outgoing, pretend to be a leader, pretend to be disciplined, pretend to be obsessed if that’s what you’ve always wanted. Do not be worried about not knowing who you are because that’s exactly who you are. A person; trying new things, exploring, creating, evolving, and figuring it out. And this is your first time living a life, so don’t be afraid to make mistakes. Remember, there’s no guide to life; everything you do is a choice, not a rule.  I’ve stopped trying to control the way others view me because I simply can’t. I’m fine with being misunderstood because it is a part of my nature. I let them be wrong about me because they can only understand me as deeply as they understand themselves. I have no authority over how other people view me so I might as well just go on with living my most authentic and joyful life making each. day. count. So, if you’re not happy now then change. shift gears, and take a chance because later is not guaranteed. life is not meant to be lived later so always look for a moment. A moment to create, explore, try, learn, and have fun. Try to collect a moment every day because in finding those moments, days will never blur. In those moments, you’ll surely find yourself.     By: Anushka Subedi (Management, B2)

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The Imperative Of Climate Action: Human Impact And Responsibility

Climate refers to the average atmospheric conditions of a place over a long period. There are different types of climatic conditions all over the world. Some places are hot, some are cold, and others have a moderate climate. While climate change is essential for our ecosystem, continuous and drastic changes can harm it. In today’s generation, climate change is occurring drastically due to human activity. According to scientific research, climate change began in the late 19th century due to human causes. Activities such as smoke emissions from industries and factories, improper waste disposal on land and water, soil deforestation, and rapid depletion of natural resources for quick production of goods have contributed to climate change. The main gases responsible for climate change are CO₂ and CH₄ (methane), emitted from factories and industries. Due to climate change, our planet and its inhabitants have suffered harm. Gases like CH₄, CO₂, and SO₂ have been damaging the ozone layer in Earth’s atmosphere, allowing harmful radiation from the sun to enter the Earth’s surface. This has led to a drastic increase in temperature, causing glacier lake eruptions and rising sea levels due to ice melting from UV rays exposure. Climate change has also exacerbated poverty, hunger, and environmental pollution. Scientific research predicts that between 2030 and 2050, approximately 280,000 people will die due to the effects of climate change. To prevent the further spread of diseases caused by climate change, urgent action is necessary. We must strive to mitigate climate change by reducing harmful gas emissions and promoting afforestation. It’s crucial to raise awareness among the public about the causes and consequences of climate change through organized efforts. Both the government and citizens must play a vital role in addressing this issue to prevent innocent lives from suffering and death. Not only humans, but innocent animals are also dying due to climate change. Acid rain, floods, landslides, skin burns, and drastic temperature increases have harmed humans and animals. Many wildlife species have become extinct due to melting ice, greatly impacting the environment and sea levels. In conclusion, we must do everything we can to combat climate change. Though it’s a slow process, it’s not impossible; thus, we must give it our best effort. By: Aniska Shrestha (Science, C1)

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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 stopped you that day?” It hurts, I want to erase every bit of you, Rip out my heart, and throw it away far. If it’s a nightmare, why can’t I wake up? I hate time, it’s very cruel, and I can’t turn it back. I hate how you left without any warning or even a single goodbye I get it, it must have been hard, but did you have to die? I close my eyes, and travel through my memory lane. I see us smiling, sharing our happy stories We are happy, we are in a utopia You are making me believe, “Maybe life isn’t unfair” But it’s scary, if I open my eyes will it all disappear? From the memories stored in my heart Bit by bit, I gather those one of you because there is no deleting. A place where we can be together, A place with no depressing ending, Let’s meet in that place again Travelling through my memory lane. By: Miliska Tuladhar (Management, A2)

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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, including the suspension of the absolute monarchy in 2007, leading to a democratic system. This has ushered in a new era of growth and modernization for the country. Nepal, formally known as the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, is a landlocked nation found in South Asia. It is arranged fundamentally within the Himalayas and is bordered by China to the north and India to the south, east, and west. The history of Nepal could be a wealthy and differing embroidered artwork that ranges thousands of a long time, formed by a one-of-a-kind blend of topography, culture, and political improvements. Ancient Nepal: The most punctual follow of human homes within the locale of present-day Nepal dates back to the Paleolithic age. The rich fields of the Kathmandu Valley gave a perfect setting for early human settlements, and the zone got to be a center of civilization around 2000 BCE. The Kiratis, an antiquated tribe, are considered the primary rulers of Nepal, and their rule kept going until around 300 CE. Medieval Period: The medieval period in Nepal saw noteworthy political and social improvements. Within the 4th century CE, the Licchavi line came into control, introducing a period of thriving and social renaissance. Amid this time, Buddhism prospered, and exchange along the Silk Street brought riches and social trade. The Licchavi period eventually gave way to the Thakuri line, taken after by the Malla tradition, which saw the rise of a few free city-states inside Nepal. Unification beneath the Shah Line: Within the late 18th century, Nepal experienced a transformative stage under the administration of Ruler Prithvi Narayan Shah. He set out on an arrangement of military campaigns to unify the divided states and laid the establishment for present-day Nepal. Lord Prithvi Narayan Shah built up the Shah tradition, which ruled Nepal for over two centuries. Rana Run the show and Modernization: Within the mid-19th century, a powerful respectable family known as the Ranas picked up control of Nepal. The Rana rulers held the genetic position of prime services, successfully sidelining the government. Amid their run of the show, Nepal remained moderately separated from the exterior world. Be that as it may, within the early 20th century, the nation saw social and political changes impacted by the more extensive worldwide patterns. Democratic Development and Sacred Government: In 1951, a well-known rebellion drove the ousting of the Rana administration and the foundation of a protected government. Lord Tribhuvan played a pivotal part in this development, and his child, Lord Mahendra, proceeded with the method of political change. In 1962, Nepal embraced an unused structure and set up a parliamentary framework. In any case, in 1969, Ruler Mahendra suspended the structure and took coordinate control, starting a period of dictatorial run the show known as the Panchayat framework. Popular Government and Political Move: In 1990, mass dissents drove the reclamation of a multiparty vote-based system in Nepal. Ruler Birendra, beneath their well-known weight, restored the structure and permitted political changes. Nepal experienced a brief period of majority rule administration until the episode of a decade-long respectful war in 1996. The strife between the government and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) looked to address socio-economic incongruities and political representation. The Monarchy’s Cancelation and Republic: In 2006, the civil war concluded with the marking of the Comprehensive Peace Understanding. Taking after the peace understanding, a Constituent together was shaped, entrusted with drafting a modern structure and choosing the destiny of the monarchy. In 2008, the gathering announced Nepal as a government majority rule republic and canceled the government. The final Lord of Nepal, Ruler Gyanendra, ventured down, stamping the conclusion of Nepal’s centuries-old government. Contemporary Nepal: Within a long time that taken after, Nepal confronted a few challenges on its way toward political soundness and financial improvement. The nation has seen political moves, including the drafting and declaration of a modern structure in 2015. Nepal also experienced an obliterating seismic tremor in 2015, which brought about critical misfortune of life and foundation harm. Nowadays, Nepal proceeds its travel as a government-law-based republic, striving for socioeconomic advancement, comprehensive administration, and territorial steadiness. The nation is famous for its magnificent Himalayan crests, wealthy social legacy, and a prevalent goal for experiencing tourism. Nepal’s history could be a confirmation of the strength and relentlessness of its individuals, who have explored various dynasties, political frameworks, and socio-economic changes to shape the country as it stands nowadays. By: Prayash Kadka (Science, G2)

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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 strength to face whatever challenges come your way. Dear present self, I know you are tired and it hurts. I know it feels like the earth has stopped revolving and all the light has been sucked by some black hole and all you are left with is darkness. I know you have questions, a head full of questions, and a mind full of What if, I know you feel that life has been unfair to you and has done you an injustice. But, trust me, life is never meant to be easy. Above all, hold onto the belief that this too shall pass. These tough days might be testing your patience and adaptability, but they also allow you to learn and grow. When things seem to be going bad, take a step back, breathe, and remind yourself of your strength. I know you often find yourself caught in a cycle of saying “yes” to everything, fearing that refusal might disappoint or upset others. But, it’s time to shift the perspective and embrace the power of “no”. Remember saying “no” is not a rejection of others. It’s a prioritization of yourself. Saying no when necessary is not a sign of selfishness; it’s an act of self-care and self-respect. Self-care is not selfish. Embrace the journey you’re on. Life is full of ups and downs, but each experience shapes you into the remarkable person you are today. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes and learn from them. It’s through these moments that you grow and evolve. Remember to celebrate your achievements, no matter how small they may seem. Be proud of yourself and give yourself credit where it’s due. You deserve to be proud of yourself and all that you’ve accomplished. Embrace every moment, both the good and the bad, for they are all part of your story. In the midst of the hustle and bustle, remember to enjoy the journey. Take time to appreciate the little moments and find gratitude in the everyday. Life is an adventure, so embrace it with open arms. Lastly, don’t forget to surround yourself with positivity and love. Surround yourself with people who lift you up and believe in you. You deserve to be surrounded by those who appreciate and support you for who you are. Keep shining, my incredible present self. The world is yours for the taking, and I have no doubt that you will continue to achieve amazing things. I’m here cheering you on every step of the way. Never forget that you are loved beyond measure. Can’t wait to see the incredible person you’ll become. With love and admiration, Your present self Soyanka By: Soyanka Khadka (Management, J2)

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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 so callously disregard the welfare of others, and why they commit violent crimes at up to three times the rate of other people. Psychopaths see the world in a fundamentally different way than most people. They lack empathy, which means they do not feel the same emotional responses to other people’s suffering or distress as non-psychopathic individuals. As a result, psychopaths often have difficulty understanding or appreciating the feelings and perspectives of others. Psychopaths also tend to be highly self-centered and focused on their own goals and desires. They may be willing to exploit or manipulate others to achieve these goals, without regard for the impact on other people’s lives. This can lead to a lack of concern for the consequences of their actions, as well as a disregard for rules, laws, and social norms. In addition to these traits, psychopaths may also be highly impulsive and prone to taking risks. They may engage in thrill-seeking behavior, such as dangerous sports or criminal activity, without considering the potential negative outcomes. Overall, psychopaths see the world as a place where they are entitled to pursue their desires and goals without concern for the impact on others. They cannot empathize with others or understand the moral implications of their actions, which can lead to destructive behavior and negative outcomes for themselves and others. In conclusion, psychopathy is a complex personality disorder that affects a small but significant portion of the population. Psychopaths see the world in a fundamentally different way than non-psychopathic individuals, lacking empathy and the ability to understand the emotional and moral implications of their actions. While psychopaths may be highly successful in certain fields, their behavior can also be destructive and harmful to others. Understanding the causes and consequences of psychopathy is essential for developing effective interventions and strategies for managing this challenging disorder. By: Reshma Chapagain (Management, A2)

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In The Eye Of The Storm: My Experience Of Surviving A Crisis

Surviving a crisis is an experience that changes you forever. I know this firsthand, having faced two devastating events that shook me to the core. The 2015 Nepali earthquake and the COVID-19 pandemic, which happened five years apart, left me reeling and struggling to find a way forward. The earthquake hit Nepal on April 25th, 2015, and it was a disaster that I could never have imagined. The ground shook violently, and I saw buildings collapse, roads crumble, and people screaming for help. It was like a scene from a horror movie, but it was real. I felt helpless and alone, and I knew that my life would never be the same again. The aftermath of the earthquake was just as harrowing. We were left without electricity, water, or food. We had to sleep outside in makeshift tents, constantly fearing that another quake could hit at any moment. The sense of isolation and despair was overwhelming. Five years later, the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world, and it felt like another cruel blow. The virus spread rapidly, and soon, the world was in lockdown. We were told to stay indoors, avoid contact with others, and wear masks. The streets that were once bustling with life were now empty, and the silence was deafening. The fear of getting sick or losing a loved one was always present. But despite all of this, I learned that there is always hope, even in the darkest of times. I saw people come together to help each other, providing food and shelter to those in need. I witnessed the courage and resilience of those around me, who refused to give up even when the odds were against them. In the eye of the storm, I discovered that the human spirit is stronger than any disaster. It’s what keeps us going when everything else has fallen apart. And it gives us the strength to rebuild and emerge stronger than before. As I reflect on my experiences, I realize that these crises have forever changed me. They have left me with scars that may never fully heal. But they have also taught me the value of life, the power of community, and the importance of hope. In the end, I can say that I am a survivor and that I am grateful for every moment of my life. Because in the eye of the storm, there is always a glimmer of light, and it’s up to us to find it. By: Yash Dangol Maharjan (Management, G1)

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Navigating The Modern World: What Every 21st-Century Student Should Know

In today’s fast-paced world, being a student is not just about hitting the books anymore. It is about preparing yourself for the challenges and opportunities of living in the 21st century. So, what exactly do you need to know to thrive in this ever-changing landscape? Let us break it down: Tech Savviness: We live in a digital age, and being tech-savvy is non-negotiable. That means knowing your way around computers, smartphones, and the internet like a pro. However, it is not just about knowing how to use technology – it is also about understanding how it shapes our world and being thoughtful about how you engage with it. Thinking on Your Feet: Life throws curveballs, and you need to be able to think on your feet. Critical thinking and creative solutions, whether solving a tricky math problem or navigating a difficult conversation, are essential. Understanding Diversity: Our world is more interconnected than ever, which means understanding and respecting people from different backgrounds and cultures. Embracing diversity is not just the right thing to do – it is also essential for thriving in a globalized world. Spotting Fake News: With so much information, it can be hard to separate fact from fiction. That is why developing your media literacy skills and learning how to spot fake news is crucial. Critically evaluating information will serve you well in school, work, and life. Taking Care of Your Mental Health: School can be stressful, but it is essential to prioritize your mental health. Learning how to manage stress, build resilience, and ask for help when needed are skills that will serve you well both now and in the future. Money Matters: Financial literacy is essential for navigating the adult world, from budgeting to saving to understanding loans. Start building good money habits now, and you will thank yourself later. Protecting the Planet: Climate change is one of the biggest challenges of our time, and we must all do our part to protect the planet. Understanding environmental issues and making sustainable choices in daily life can make a real difference. Thinking Outside the Box: The world rewards creativity and innovation, so do not fear thinking outside the box. Whether you come up with a new invention or find a novel solution to a problem, being able to think creatively will set you apart. Doing the Right Thing: Having a solid moral compass in a world where ethical dilemmas are everywhere is essential. Always strive to do the right thing, even when challenging or popular. Never Stop Learning: Remember that learning does not stop when you graduate – it is a lifelong journey. Stay curious, keep exploring new ideas, and never stop growing as a person. In conclusion, being a 21st-century student means more than just memorizing facts and figures. It is about equipping yourself with the skills, knowledge, and values needed to thrive in our rapidly changing world. From tech savviness to critical thinking, from cultural understanding to ethical decision-making, each of these skills plays a crucial role in shaping your academic success and your success in life. So, embrace these lessons, stay curious, and never stop learning – because the journey of education lasts a lifetime. By: Suraj Thapa (Associate Program Coordinator: Management and Law)

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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 cricket team, including the most significant players like Paras Khadka, Shakti Gauchan, Sharad Veshwakar, and so on, were the players who had been there in the past. Nepal paid its first international T20 Asia Cup in 2014 AD. Our neighboring Nation, India, somehow influenced the cricket revolution in the past. The Nepali cricket team was not provided the proper equipment, well-managed ground, etc. which caused a negative impact on the games they played. In the past, in the late 1900s, cricket was played by the Ranas family, but later, the public started playing Cricket and now every Nepali loves to play Cricket.  The current captain of the Nepali cricket team is Rohit Kumar Paudel. The coach of the Nepali cricket team is Monti Desai. The Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) has led the Nepal cricket team. Only last January did the Nepal team own or regain its ODI status. They recently won the ACC premier league, including nations like UAE, Oman, etc. After winning that league, they qualified for the Asia Cup in 2023. Nepal has achieved the most significant in playing the Asia Cup, where the world’s top teams participated. Nepal played a match against the strong side- Pakistan and India in the group stage of the Asia Cup in 2023. Unfortunately, they lost both matches, but they played well. All Nepali are so proud. The current Nepali Cricket team consists of great players like Sandip Lamichanne, Kushal Bhurtel, Lalit Narayan Rajbanshi, Dipendra Singh Airee, Aasif Sheikh, etc. The Nepal team is enhancing their potentiality, skills, and experiences daily. The Nepal team was selected for the Asian Games held in China. Where National teams like Kenya and China participated. Moreover, Nepali cricket is supported by crazy fans across the Nation. The fans express love and respect towards the Nepali cricket team which is a great motivation. So, the player and team management are so blessed to have this Kind of support from their fans. Regarding the future of Nepali cricket, the government should appropriately implement a budget to manage the ground. So, that crowd of fans would love to watch all the games. The player’s salary should be handsome so that a player gets motivated to play. The necessary equipment should be there for the Nepali cricket team. Hence, it enhances the Nepali cricket player’s capacity and power. Moreover, Nepal is doing great, and day by day it has increased its popularity in the ICC ranking. Soon we will all witness Nepal playing in the World Cup 2024. Therefore, Nepali cricket has the potential to make the Nation proud at the international level. The Cricket Ground should be constructed in every district to enhance the participation of youth in Cricket. The tournament should be organized frequently at all levels. The government should provide the necessary budgets. CAN should make a fair decision regarding the selection of players.  All age-grouped players should be motivated and they should be equally given opportunities so that they can enhance their cricketing skills. Only then will the overall growth of Nepali Cricket.  By: Abhisek Rajbanshi (Management, E2)

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