Deepika Padukone to perform high octane action scenes for PathanBy The Rising Nepal
World-renowned actor, Deepika will be bringing her action avatar to the Indian cinema for the first time. Being a former athlete, her body frame is very well suited to perform an action, so it is definitely going to be quite interesting to see her in this avatar in Pathan.
Family of James Brown settles 15-year battle over his estateBy The Rising Nepal
The family of entertainer James Brown has reached a settlement ending a 15-year battle over the late singer’s estate, an attorney involved in the mediation said Friday. David Black, an attorney representing Brown’s estate, confirmed to The Associated Press that the agreement was reached July 9. Details of the settlement were not disclosed. Legal wrangling over the Godfather of Soul’s estate has been on-going since his death at the age of 73 on Christmas Day 2006.
Prosecutors air more claims in R. Kelly caseBy The Rising Nepal
Federal prosecutors in R. Kelly’s sex trafficking case say he had sexual contact with an underage boy in addition to girls, and the government wants jurors in his upcoming sex trafficking trial to hear those claims. Prosecutors aired a wide-ranging raft of additional allegations — but not new charges — against the R&B star in a court filing Friday. Jury selection is due to start Aug. 9 in a New York federal court for Kelly, who denies ever abusing anyone.
Four employees of Raj Kundra’s Viaan Industries likely to turn witness against him in Pornography CaseBy The Rising Nepal
There seems to be no end to troubles for Raj Kundra who has been arrested in a pornography-related case by the Mumbai Police Crime Branch. According to the reports, it is likely that four employees from Kundra's Viaan Industries will turn witnesses against Raj as he has not been cooperating well in the investigation.
Swoopna Suman features Manas Ghale for ‘Khelauna’By The Rising Nepal
Suman Thapa a.k.a. Swoopna Suman is one of the leading faces of the contemporary Nep-pop scene, with over a dozen singles released from his official channel and many more from other platforms. Swoopna Suman has a loyal fan-base genuinely supporting all his artistic endeavours. Born on 2nd December, 1995, Suman started developing an inclination towards music fairly young and had penned his first composition by the time he enrolled in seventh grade.
Tamghas 3D Park turns into dumping siteBy The Rising Nepal
The 3D park of Tamghas, which was constructed at a cost of Rs. 5.5 million, has become a dumping site due to apathy of the authority. The park was constructed with 50-50 per cent partnership between Resunga Municipality and Lumbini Provincial government. Even after two years of its construction, the authority has shown no interest in its management.
Mahesh Babu rejects Hrithik Roshan’s Ramayana; gives priority to SS RajamouliBy The Rising Nepal
Just a month back, the news circulated that Madhu Mantena is making an attempt to pull off a casting coup by bringing Mahesh Babu, Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone together in Nitesh Tiwari's Ramayana 3D. However, it has now come to our notice that the superstar has rejected Madhu's offer of being a part of this epic.
Court removes judge from Jolie-Pitt divorce caseBy BBC
Angelina Jolie has clinched a victory in her legal battle with Brad Pitt after a judge they hired was disqualified from their divorce case.
Mesmerising Revolution And Economic MiraclesBy Ritu Raj Subedi
On the evening of July 23, exactly one hundred years ago today, the delegates of communist groups from different regions of China had gathered inside a French Concession building in Shanghai to establish the Communist Party of China (CPC). Thirteen Chinese representatives and two from Communist International (Comintern) had attended the CPC’s first founding National Congress that took place from 23 to 31 July, 1921. However, the meeting did not go smooth. On
Link To KathmanduBy The Rising Nepal
Every morning at 7:00 am, a loud train whistle preceded by the clang-clang sound of the stationmaster hitting an iron gong with a mallet woke up the residents of the sleepy little town of Birgunj. Amidst the sound of the guard blowing his whistle and frantically waving the green flag, the train would slowly leave the platform with a loud whoosh sound of released steam on its four-and-a-half hour daily journey to Amlekhgunj, 35 kilometres away. About 15 minutes after departing from Birgunj, the train...
Nepali Attires, In All Their GloryBy The Rising Nepal
"Culture is an inexhaustible mountain river that brings more and more new knowledge, whose value will be appreciated by the next generation." Working winds have brought me to many countries of the world. From Greenland to Africa, from Europe to Russia, and to the Pacific region. I have had the opportunity to be a witness to different indigenous people's ceremonies, festivals and religious rites which they practised, and maintained honour, as a sacred inheritance from distant ancestors.
Perceiving English Language In Nepali ContextBy The Rising Nepal
It is almost universally acknowledged that English is the most common global language today. It is widely read, spoken and written than any other language. David Graddol in his book, 'English Next' classifies English into four stages viz. Old English, Middle English, Modern English and Global English. Global English is dominating the pedagogical and socio-political arenas today. During our school days, English was a foreign language, the language of the White skin or Kuhire, as we used
Poshan Pandey’s Meri NainiBy The Rising Nepal
The recognition of the story writer is an earned and noticed identity for late litterateur Poshan Pandey. But, is it the sole identity for him? Here is the under review poetry book entitled “Meri Naini”, which reveals dazzling facts more than two and half decades after the demise of the author.
Beware Of Shiny ApplesBy The Rising Nepal
Apples are universally relished fruits that are commonly characterised by their rosy red or green tinge and crunchy fresh bites with bursts of aromatic flavours. Its importance in the human growth and healing process is evident in the common phrase “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. The nourishing aspect of apples is attributed to the bounteous presence of dietary fibre, Vitamin C, fruit sugars and potassium. Similarly, it is rich in polyphenols with antioxidants like Quercetin, Catechin...
Mehendi, green fashion dominate PokharaBy The Rising Nepal
With the beginning of pious month of Sharwan, operators of cosmetic shops in Pokhara are busy selling cosmetic items. Even though the month of Sharwan is exclusively dedicated to Lord Shiva, fashion also adds brightness to the atmosphere of the lake city this month.
Aishwarya Rai resumes shoot for Mani Ratnam’s Ponniyin SelvanBy The Rising Nepal
The latest buzz is Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has joined the sets of director Mani Ratnam’s upcoming magnum opus, Ponniyin Selvan. Last week, the production of the period fantasy drama began after the Tamil Nadu government relaxed the lockdown restrictions, paving the way for the resumption of the film shootings.
Sports, Emotions and ImpactsBy The Rising Nepal
Critical theorists would purport that sports is a tool used by the elites to distract the masses from what is really important and is a tool used to perpetuate power.
Nepali audience enchanted from online exhibition on Terracotta WarriorsBy The Rising Nepal
The Terracotta Warriors, dubbed as the "Eighth Wonder of the World", is a large collection of life-size terracotta sculptures in battle formations, reproducing the mega imperial guard troops of Emperor Qin Shi Huang (259-210BC).
Jennifer Winget tests positive for Covid-19By The Rising Nepal
Actress Jennifer Winget has reportedly tested positive for novel coronavirus.
Artist Uttam Nepali passes awayBy The Rising Nepal
Uttam Nepali (Karmacharya), a doyen of Nepali contemporary art, a lyricist, a scholar and an actor passed away on Wednesday. He was 84. Nepali had been suffering from heart and respiratory problems for several years. He died while undergoing treatment at the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH) at 4:30 am.