Kalpana’s determination to change perceptionBy TRN Online
“Every monsoon, the river inundates our settlements and drowns our people. Yet, we have no say in controlling its flow. Our entire income depends on extracting sand, clinkers and other riverine materials. Yet, we have no right over the river.”
Military museum set up in Palpa PalaceBy TRN Online
The museum was constructed by Gorakhadal Battalion inside the historic Palpa Palace in the financial support of the Lumbini Province government, Municipality Office, Nepali Army and the locals. It was informed that it cost Rs. 12.5 million to complete the construction of the museum.
NMA to provide relief to 3,000 tourism workersBy TRN Online
NMA Chairperson Santabir Lama informed that they were distributing the relief materials to the financially poor tourism workers which were affected much by the coronavirus pandemic. The assistance would be provided with the support of Nippon Foundation, Japan.
Actress Lindsay Lohan announces engagement in Instagram postBy The Rising Nepal
Lohan announced her engagement to boyfriend Bader Shammas and showed off a traditional oval diamond ring with a photo of the couple looking happy, locked in an embrace. "My love. My life. My family. My future," the post read.
Mantra to release on February 11By The Rising Nepal
The release date of the film Mantra starring Saugat Malla, Buddhi Tamang and Dia Pun has been announced along with the poster. Screenings had been delayed due to the COVID-19 and lockdown.
14 Peaks: Nothing is Impossible premiered on NetflixBy The Rising Nepal
A film based on Nepali characters and stories, 14 Peaks: Nothing is Impossible, was premiered for the first time on Netflix on Monday worldwide. The film tells the story of a fearless Nepali mountaineer Nimsdai Purja, who embarks on a seemingly impossible quest to summit all 14 mountains measuring over 8,000 meters of the world in seven months through ‘Project Possible’ project.
Music video Shangri-La releasedBy The Rising Nepal
An English language music video My Shangri-La based on Nepal’s tourism has been released. A country with unique natural beauty, cultural heritages and geographical diversities, Nepal has been an attractive tourist destination over the years. Various initiatives are being taken by private and government sectors to attract more foreign tourists to Nepal.
US based dancing and singing reality shows beginBy The Rising Nepal
Two reality shows from the US, Mero Dance Cup USA-4’ and ‘Mero Voice Cup USA-2’ were jointly inaugurated at Beldangi Refugee Camp in Damak, Jhapa, on Saturday.
Four win ‘Little and Teen Prince and Princess International’By The Rising Nepal
Four winners were selected for the Little and Teen Prince and Princess International -2021 competition held at the Jamal-based Rastriya Naach Ghar late Saturday evening. Ridam Nepal became the winner of Little Prince International junior competition. Alex Maher was chosen as the first runner up and Alice Aryal the second runner-up.
Idle UML Congress representatives enjoy taking selfies, opting for safari as closed door session delays (Photo feature)By TRN Online
Inside the closed session hall, a music programme is going on while outside it, the representatives are busy taking selfies and photos. Some representatives have opted for elephant safari.
Egypt unveils renovated ‘Avenue of the Sphinxes’By The Rising Nepal
Egyptian authorities were unveiling Thursday a renovated ancient promenade in the city of Luxor dating back 3,000 years, the latest government project undertaken to highlight the country’s archaeological treasures.
Shree 3 launches ‘Original Saturdays’ at Purple HazeBy The Rising Nepal
Shree 3 is a rock trio based in Kathmandu who describes their communal bundle as a musical outlet for exploration and expression of their life experiences. An exalted figure amidst the Nepali mainstream rock community, the group is highly influenced by the 70s’ – early 2000s’ western popular music. Consisting of Sarad Shrestha on vocals and guitars, Rozet Gurung on bass and Robin Neupane on drums the band came together after a grunge tribute concert series. The three men were assigned in...
‘Rapid infrastructure development poses threat to Kathmandu’s cultural identity’By The Rising Nepal
Art and culture reflect the identity of a country. Nepal’s identity has also been interconnected with its original art, tradition and culture. Nepal’s identity in the world is known as the country of Mount Everest as well as its distinctive religious and cultural practices. Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, is a place full of temples and cultural heritages. Nepal’s art, culture, and historical legacy have enhanced Nepal's self-esteem in the world.
U2’s Edge leading rock memorabilia sale to help musiciansBy The Rising Nepal
When The Edge saw the Rolling Stones perform recently, his mask allowed him to go unrecognized as he watched guitarist Ron Wood from the front row. “I have to say one of the benefits of mask wearing is it’s like a cloaking device if you’re a famous face,” the U2 guitarist recently told The Associated Press while promoting his Music Rising charity and its Dec. 11 auction of famous guitars and other rock memorabilia to support New Orleans musicians hit hard by the pandemic.
Online Learning During COVID-19By Juhi Adhikari
Civic education instils civic knowledge in citizens and helps address the condition of their life through democratic values, institutions, and actors. It evolves civic disposition such as open-mindedness, intelligence, and political knowledge in citizens and helps adopt civic behaviour, attitude, orientation, and action, which are essential for our resilient democracy, human rights, justice, peace, and solidarity.
Improving Water Quality Of Bagmati RiverBy The Rising Nepal
The Bagmati River is considered the cradle of civilisation in the Kathmandu Valley. Hindus have long been taking bath in this river to start their day in god’s remembrance. This river originates at Baghdwar Falls, situated in Shivpuri Nagarjun National Park near Sundarijal in Nepal and converges with its tributaries such as Manohara, Bishnumati, Dhobikhola, etc. downstream. It is believed that civilization in this region started around 723 BCE.
How To Overcome Stage FrightBy Pushpa Priya
Stage performance and anxiety are natural phenomena that occur in many people. Stage fright is not a mental disorder; rather it is a normal reaction to stressful situation. Most people are fear-stricken while appearing before an audience. Even successful people have reported pre-stress. Befo
A Politician's Perspective On Politics And StatecraftBy The Rising Nepal
Rabindra Mishra, a well-known name in the field of journalism and radio broadcasting, writing, social awareness, civil society activism and a new brand of politics, has brought out his fourth book. The new work entitled Raajneetisangai Raajkaaj: Kalyaankaari Loktantrako Prastaabanaa can roughly be translated as Politics and Statecraft: A Preamble for Welfare Democracy. It has an impressive cover design depicting the front g
Road DisciplineBy The Rising Nepal
A regular traveller, driver, or any pedestrian walking on the roads of Nepal will hang their heads back in disgust at least once a day. The crowd, the traffic, and the rush of this bustling city will get on the nerves of many people.