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KATHMANDU Kathmandu is the capital and largest city of Nepal. The city is situated in Kathmandu valley that also contains two other cities - Patan and Bhaktapur. Kathmandu is the most developed city. Kathmandu has been regarded as the most polluted city in Asia. Many wonderful and beautiful places lies in Kathmandu, which is situated in the heart of Himalaya Mountains, and has a rich history. Many renowned places have made Kathmandu more beautiful. Kathmandu Durbar Square, which is listed as UNESCO world heritage site, is in Basantapur. The Narayanhiti royal Palace stands right next to Thamel - the tourist hub of the country. A small world within itself, Thamel is famous for the most attractive hotels and shopping centers. Kathmandu valley hosts an UNESCO World Heritage Sites composed by seven different Monument Zones: the centers of the three primary cities, Kathmandu Hanuman Dhoka, Patan and Bhaktapur, the two most important Buddhist stupas, Swayambhunath and Boudhanath and


Dear Sirs, I am writing this report to encourage all the concerned people to cycle more. Regular cycling makes us not only happier, but also healthier and wealthier too. Some of the people suppose that cycling is dangerous, inconvenient, and exhausting. But in fact, it is not. Among many features, one of the best advantages of cycling is simply to turn up at work on time each day, looking happy. Cycling had predictable journey times, because cyclists don’t get stuck in traffic like car drivers and are not subject to public transport delays. Cycling is fun too. It gives a real sense of freedom and the exercise burn off stress. It's no wonder that cyclists are the happiest commuters. Cycling is the most efficient form for human-powered movement. It’s no more strenuous than walking. The number one reason people give for not cycling is fear of traffic. We can even avoid this kind of traffics if we point out the any available quieter route options such as-routes through backstre


Feminist criticism concern itself with stereotypical representations of genders. It also may trace the history of relatively unknown or undervalued women writers, potentially earning them their rightful place within the literary canon, and helps create a climate in which women's creativity may be fully realised and appreciated. One will frequently hear the term "patriarchy" used among feminist critics, referring to a traditionally male-dominated society. "Marginalisation" refers to being forced to the outskirts of what is considered socially and politically significant; the female voice was traditionally marginalised, or discounted altogether. This is a way to challenge the male-centred outlook of authors. Feminist literary criticism suggests that women in literature were historically presented as objects seen from a male perspective. Feminist literary criticism emerges only during the 1960s as a self-aware movement. This movement questioned the patriarchy and


A LETTER TO LOST PROPERTY DEPARTMENT OF NEPAL AIRLINES, INQUIRING ABOUT SOMETHING YOU LOST ON THE PLANE. Format I  Dear Mr. Sharma, Lost and Found Department, Nepal Airlines, Kathmandu. I traveled from Bhairahawa to Kathmandu through Nepal Airlines on the 9 th of December, 2017. I was in Economy Class seat number A5. When I arrived home, I discovered that I had left one of my bags in the plane. Could you please check your Lost and Found Department and see if my bag is there? The bag is small black leather, document case with a narrow strap. Inside the bag, you will find several business cards, a fountain pen, a small address book, three copies of a business proposal and a silver pocket calculator. These things are not very valuable in money terms, but they have a lot of personal value. I would appreciate it if you could contact me as soon as possible, particularly since I need the proposals for a presentation this week. If you could send the bag to me by couri


FUNDAMENTAL PREMISES OF MARXISM Marxism gives importance to the economic system of the society. Getting and keeping economic power is the motive behind all social and political activities. Marxist classifies the base structure and super structure . It is by means of economic power, the structure of the society is identified. By means of socioeconomic condition two groups are classified; bourgeoisie and the proletariat. The former group controls the world's natural, economic and human resources whereas the later group is powerless from the point of view of socioeconomic condition. Bourgeoisie are the haves and proletariat are the haves not. However, the economically strong group uses different weapons to control the proletariat. However the proletariat always fight for their rights. In this way, the history of class struggle develops. The religion, race, ethnicity or genders are the means through which oppression continues. This is how Marxism values economic relat