In our society, it is often said that a woman's worst enemy is another woman. Do you agree with this saying? Or is it the males who are greater enemies of women? Why? Give reasons.
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Posted on: 2008-06-26
The results of School Leaving Certificates (SLC) examination of the year 2067 came out recently. But the result of this year is not regarded satisfactory as the pass percentage has dropped by nine per cent compared to the previous year. What do you think is the main reason behind this disappointing results? What should be done so that more students ...
Posted on: 2008-06-19
‘I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working when its components fail. There is no heaven or afterlife for broken down computers; that is a fairy story for people afraid of the dark.’ Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking said so recently. Do you agree with him or do you believe that there is an afterlife — a life beyond death. Why? ...
Posted on: 2008-06-12
A lot of events are being organised in different parts of the City to exert pressure on the lawmakers to prepare the Constitution on time. People are sending a message to the politicians that they should start putting national interest before their own. While we citizen of Nepal are seeking and demanding change in our lawmakers, in what ways do you ...
Posted on: 2008-06-05
Advertisement agencies say that they help customers make informed choices. As such we are flooded with ads that urge us to pick A as against B. Do you think that ads really help in the sales of a particular product though it may not deliver everything it promises? Give reasons.
Posted on: 2008-05-30
Many schools have extracurricular activities designed for students which are regarded important for their overall development. How important do you think it is to have such activities in schools along with academics? And which activities do you think are the most helpful? Why?
Posted on: 2008-05-22
Nepal, especially Kathmandu, is a place of temples and monuments. However, in the absence of proper maintenance and care, they are in a dilapidated state losing their beauty and significance. What steps should we as responsible citizens take so that future generations will find them in right condition?
Posted on: 2008-05-15
There are many Nepalis who don’t prefer watching Nepali movies. What do you think is the reason behind this? What steps do you think the stakeholders should take so that more and more Nepali audience would go to watch Nepali movies? And what is your suggestion to those audiences who do not watch Nepali movies?
Posted on: 2008-05-11
‘Honesty is the best policy.’ Do you really believe in today’s day and age that this proverb still holds true? Or should it be rewritten as ‘Being a cheat is not wrong, being caught is.’ Give reasons for your answers.
Posted on: 2008-04-24
It is a common practice among most Nepali families to ill-treat their domestic helps, who are not allowed a weekly day off nor attend family events. They forced to work beyond their capacity any time of the day or night. Despite being educated and well aware of labour and human rights, the 'masters' do not hesitate to mistreat their helps. Many eve ...
Posted on: 2008-04-17
On public vehicles, we come across cases when passengers and conductors quarrel a few rupees. Some conductors do not return passengers the change due him/her if it is less like Re 1 or Rs 2. And there are passengers who prefer to quarrel with conductors and drivers just for Re 1 than pay full fare. Do you think such an amount needs such quarrelling ...