Pokhara: Students of Tokyo Keizai University, Japan under the supervision of Professor Akinori Seki along with Nepalese members of Mero Sathi Project conducted Nepal Japan International Student Summit in Gyanodaya secondary school. The main objective of the program was to share ideas about various development possibilities among the students of Nepal and Japan while promoting international co-operation and exchanging culture.
Program included drama, presentation, cultural performances and discussion on major problems and solutions of both counties from Nepalese and Japanese delegates of Mero Sathi Project and students of Gyanodaya school.
Professor, Akinori Seki of Tokyo Keizai University and his students also raised funds in Japan to support for education of one of the children in the school. Program was made successful with the joint effort from school students, Japanese students and Nepalese members of Mero Sathi Project and A.A.E.E.
Pokhara, 2 Dec: Nepal has won gold medal in the triathlon towards women’s group under the 13th South Asian Games (SAG) underway in Nepal. Sony Gurung of Nepal completed the triathlon in one hour 13 minutes and 45 seconds to clinch the gold. The triathlon was held at Gaurighat on the bank of the Phewa…