Stories By 'Asmod Karki'
Only after a few years of getting into an Ivy League institution did I realise how big of a leap that was for me and my friend Pawan
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The participation of women in Nepal’s info-tech sector is still very low but the future holds promise.
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Kathmandu moulds you into someone who easily adjusts. You learn to adjust inside public vehicles. You learn to adjust while waiting to receive your license. You learn to not raise your voice when you are stopped for countless hours for some VIP. You learn to spill your dissatisfaction with friends over a three-hundred-rupee latte in an air-conditioned café. You learn to leave these conversations with even more disillusionment than when you entered.
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Nexus also organises a regular open mic night, where anyone can go and share what they have. A few weeks ago, the show kicked off with two stand-up comedians.
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Many had seen the formation of the unified Bibeksheel Sajha as signaling the rise of an ‘alternative’ politics. However, when the party split, after around 18 months, disenchantment ensued among its cadres, mockery among supporters of mainstream parties, and curiosity among spectators.
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The current wave of politics globally shows that politicians can no longer take things for granted
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