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Experience is never limited, and it is never complete

Rajan Thapaliya rajanthapaliya@gmail.com Experience is never limited, and it is never complete; it is an immense sensibility, a kind of huge spider-web of the finest silken threads suspended in the chamber of consciousness, and catching every air-borne particle in its tissue. – HENRY JAMES, The Art of Fiction Father of …

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Modi’s Victory

Paramendra Bhagat Modi has emerged the clear winner at the end of the most interesting Indian election of my lifetime. I did not follow his leadership of Gujrat as it happened although I have read a ton about it, and have watched many relevant videos on YouTube, many at his …

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Helping others is like helping yourself

Rajan Thapaliya “Every day you have the opportunity to learn and experience some-thing and some-one new. Seize the opportunity. Learn and experience everything you can, and use it to change the world.” – Rodney Williams Sometimes people never understand what you do them until you stop doing it. our purpose …

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Democratic Fermentation: NRN Style

Paramendra Bhagat For the first time in its history, the Non Resident Nepali Association has become a mass based organization in America. This is a major milestone. Once the elections are over in a month, and people have the option to become members again, it is estimated the number might …

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Brazil to honor Nepal’s envoy Pradhumna Bikram Shah

– Purushottam Dhakal   LA, CALIFORNIA: The Brazilian Government has announced to honor Nepalese ambassador to Brazil Pradhumna Bikram Shah with “Order of the Rio Bronco Grand Cross”, one of the renowned decorations of the Latin American nation. The envoy will be honored at an independence day ceremony on September …

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Fire in the Neighborhood

Suyash Adhikari For me, it was just a typical Monday in the neighborhood. I was blissfully enjoying my spring break, by sitting at home and playing videogames, or catching up to my favorite shows on the television. Little did I know, this wouldn’t be a typical Monday, at least not …

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Mars Rover: Curiosity

Sarthak Adhikari The Mars Rover, nicknamed Curiosity is a car sized robot weighing around 1 ton that was launched into space on 26 November, 2011 from Cape Canaveral. Curiosity, which travelled to Mars was created with the joint effort of NASA and the Mars Science Laboratory. Curiosity’s main objective was …

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Unsolved Riddles and Mysteries of Life

Rajan shrestha Life is so mysterious and damn hysterical. Life is awesome in a sense we meet people in our life for thousands of reasons. There might be connectivity between us in previous life or hitherto can be afterlife; we are not fully anticipated but have trust in us and …

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Journalism & Society

Rajan Thapaliya “Don’t Blame Anyone or Anything For Your Situation or Problems.When You Do That,You Are Saying That You are Powerless Over Your Own Life which Is Utter Crap.An Empowering Step To Reclaiming Your Life Is Taking Responsibility” – Jillian Michaels Nepalese media in America that have been actively promoting …

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Tragedy in South Korea

Suyash Adhikari adhsuyash@gmail.com On April 12, 2014, a ferry traveling from the port of Incheon to the holiday island of Jeju sank in South Korea. The ferry, named the Sewol, carried 476 passengers and crew. As of this writing, it has been confirmed that thirty-six passengers have died and 179 …

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