Looking For Budget Phones in Nepal?
08 Oct 2018 3 min read
The new Redmi 6 - A timely update for the Note 5 Pro.
Tech & Toys
Kathmandu Valley with a Drone and a Gimbal!
04 Jul 2018 1 min read
Biraj makes a travel-review video as he gets his hands on the latest Mavic Air and Osmo Mobile 2
The performance artist (Stories of our lives)
10 Oct 2017 9 min read
From the Archive (Jul, 2016): Arjun Rana Magar has picked up many tricks of the trade over the years; sometimes he can tell just by the get up and the....
The caretaker of the gods (Stories of our lives)
12 Sep 2017 6 min read
From the Archive (Apr, 2016): There are only two things that Shyam dai is interested in: taking care of his temple in Thapathali and demolishing his opponents in chess
If your soul could see (Stories of our lives)
21 Aug 2017 4 min read
From the Archive (Feb, 2016): When Padam Biskune was 17, he started having problems with his eyesight. It would only get worse with time. As his world darkened, he tried....
Jazz up your workout routine with aqua fitness
24 Jul 2017 3 min read
Shova Gurung, certified aqua fitness instructor of Next Step Fitness and Spa, shares how you can reap healthy benefits by adopting aqua fitness regime
Experience the blend of great food and good music at Moksh
24 Jul 2017 4 min read
Since 2002, Moksh is set to win over customers with an elaborate menu of Indian and Continental dishes and a musical ambience
Insecurities brought about by Snap Map
23 Jul 2017 3 min read
Concerned about the latest development in your beloved Snapchat? Our resident geek relieves your worries
From fuzzy beginnings to a firmer footing
22 Jul 2017 5 min read
The Fuzzscape series, which should see a new episode soon, shows Fuzz Factory at its experimental best
From the ground up
21 Jul 2017 10 min read
Nepalis in Hong Kong have made huge inroads in Hong Kong’s construction sector
Never still (Stories of our lives)
28 Jun 2017 8 min read
From the Archive (Oct, 2016): Head cashier at Fire and Ice, Zumba instructor, scooter stuntwoman. How Ayesha Dangol holds it all together
Mere soreness vs injury
21 Jun 2017 6 min read
From the archive (Oct, 2016): There are some types of muscle sorenesses that should ring off alarm bells
Managing moonshot dreams (Stories of our lives)
20 Jun 2017 8 min read
From the Archive (Oct, 2016): Prabin Maharjan does all the little things that are needed to keep Fragments, a metal band, on course for their big payday
As Nepali as tea
20 Jun 2017 11 min read
From the Archive (Oct, 2016): Brewed coffee has become the preferred beverage of choice for meetups of all kinds
Greener pastures
13 Jun 2017 5 min read
From the Archive (Sept, 2016): Chalitra Prasad Yadav, known to many as ‘Mithun Bhai’, is a favourite amongst the locals of Chabahil
The only constant (Stories of our lives)
07 Jun 2017 9 min read
From the Archive (Jun, 2016): For Patan’s denizens—generations of them—Bhai Bahadur’s salon is an institution in itself
The science of touch
07 Jun 2017 16 min read
From the Archive (Jun, 2016): We don’t usually think about the science behind touchscreen technology. But the science is fascinating
06 Jun 2017 12 min read
From the Archive (Jun, 2016): Arjun Shah’s calendar presents seven women with burn histories as survivors, not victims
Getting by on grit
23 May 2017 6 min read
From the Archive (Oct, 2016): For Jina Limbu, her pork shop is not just a means to make some money. It represents a stability she has finally found for herself
Of pigeons, Mount Everest and love (Stories of our lives)
17 May 2017 5 min read
From the Archive (Feb, 2016): Ama shares with us the stories of her life
The alleys of your dreams
10 May 2017 6 min read
From the Archive (Feb, 2016): Take a stroll around the labyrinth of densely packed alleys in Boudhanath, where reality seamlessly blends with spirituality
The decanter seals the deal (Stories of our lives)
09 May 2017 6 min read
From the Archive (Feb, 2016): How a decanter seals fates of Newar households
Healthcare where it matters
06 May 2017 11 min read
In the villages of Lakuri Bhanjyang and Ghumarchowk, Ramu Kharel's organisation HAPSA is making quality primary healthcare a reality
Deft hands (Stories of our lives)
02 May 2017 5 min read
From the Archive (Sept, 2016): All of Harimaya Tamang’s clients are her preferred clients, and they can be assured that they’ll emerge from her parlour looking radiant