Interviews

I prefer being called disabled than differently-abled: An Interview with Rewati Karki, 3rd Year (BSW)

I prefer being called disabled than differently-abled: An Interview with Rewati...

December 15, 2021

A ‘dropout’s’ series of unfortunate events and DÉJÀ VU’S

I learnt how to look for silver linings on the things...

October 27, 2020

Astitwa Nepal

Astitwa Nepal works with survivors of acid and burn violence. I...

September 23, 2020

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Tear down the house

September 23, 2020 0 Comments

"Heritage doesn’t disappear in a sudden cataclysmic shift. It dies slowly, one indifferent day at a time" - Sanjit Pradhananga

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A New Wave of Music

September 23, 2020 0 Comments

Being a brown kid in the capital city, before the age where smartphones took over, I remember spending most of my days in front of the TV admiring the talent portrayed on the screen. I always imagined myself being the one up there and doing what they were doing. After years of listening to music,

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Annapurna Basecamp

September 23, 2020 0 Comments

"The incredible journey will forever be a part of us and the stories we have to tell until another adventure arises. It's not really the destination that matters but the countless memories you make along the way that you will remember the most. Go somewhere you've never been and try to live a little bit more" - Ayush Shakya

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Interview with Arpan Upadhyaya

September 23, 2020 0 Comments

Mr. Arpan Upadhyaya is the newly appointed head of school of business and technology at Thames. He has been a part of Thames for almost a year and within this short period of time, he had successfully conducted two new events: Thames Box Cricket and Thames Premier League 2019. Along with the promotion of sports

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“How It Feels in MTB”

September 23, 2020 0 Comments

I started cycling a year back from now and I am extremely satisfied with my decision to cycle. Looking around at our surroundings, we are quite familiar with motorbikes and cars while cycles are outnumbered. But I feel proud that I don’t contribute to environmental pollution. My cycle is called Mountain Bike as I can