Date | Friday, Nov 28, 2014
The existing world order and its decay
How has the social role of poetry changed since Shelley?
Keeping a vigil over the darkening
On Tuesday morning, a septuagenarian, Raj (name changed), in New Baneshwor snuck out of the open gate of his home.
Boutique is the new chic
It was the overall ambience of Babar Mahal Revisited that inspired the French power duo Pauline Brayda and Pauline Driard
Across the roof of the world
I would soon regret not taking into account the Beijing rush-hour traffic. I took a cab at 6 pm, two hours before my train’s
as it is
Conversation with my son
Before you were born, life was very desirable and joyous, but somehow not a burning necessity.
Robbed of control
Shouts and screams woke me up at around eight in the morning last Friday. A woman with a sack for collecting plastic bags
From dawn till dusk
Our incompetent government has decided to help us all by opening some of our government offices for 12 hours a day.
Put your plates away
The sheer act of walking into one of the many new mall-multiplexes that have cropped up in Kathmandu of late can oftentimes
As the twig is bent, so is the tree inclined
The apparition of these faces in the crowd; Petals on a wet, black bough. Ezra Pound’s “In a Station of the Metro” is
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