It is very sad that many Nepali students going abroad for further studies are still getting trapped in different countries because of some fraud agencies. Here’s a video of students in Mauritius pleading for help.
A Nepali student pursuing nursing studies in New York has committed suicide on Sunday, April 15th.
Three Nepali undraguate students at St. Cloud State University designed and manufactured a foldable electric scooter for a local company.
बिना सित्ती साउ को गाली खाने चोर्दै नचोरी चोर् हुने काम सुरु गरेकै भोलि पल्ट फाएर हुने साउ ले जे भने पनि लुखुर लुखुर मान्ने म बेबस लुटे कुकुर जस्तो म ग्यास स्टेशन कर्मचारी हजुर, घण्टा हान्ने घण्टा जस्तो
Nuraj Maskey, a student of computer science at TexasA&M University-Commerce, has been awarded as an extra ordinary student and has been featured in the Texas A&M System Magazines.
A group of Nepali students attending various Universities in the United States have taken a step forward and come up with a a solution for Nepali leaders — they have prepared a proposed model for the constitution of Nepal 2068 BS.
Immigration officials arrested five out-of-status Nepali students, two female and three male, from their apartments in Irving, Texas today morning.
A Nepali student Lujendra Ojha becomes the first to spot possible signs of flowing water on Mars.
A 21-year-old Nepali student, Ayush Bhattarai, died in a fire at the Highland Hills apartments in Mankato, Minnesota on August 1, 2011.
Manoj Shrestha, a student at San Jacinto College, Houston passed away on April 24, 2011. His sister and friends are collecting fund to send his body back to Nepal. Please follow the link to contribute. Thank You.
“Literally Figurative” was the name given to an art exhibition recently held in Kathmandu, Nepal with art works by current and former students of Professor Chris Fulmer from North Lake College in Irving, Texas. The exhibit that took place at the Imago Dei Gallery in Kathmandu lasted for ten days from February 17 to February … Continue reading Chris Fulmer talks about “Literally Figurative” →