Hackers can use ultrasonic waves to activate Siri, Google01 Mar, 2020
Ultrasonic waves do not make a sound, but they can still activate Siri on your cellphone and have it make calls, take images or read the contents of a text to a stranger - without the phone owner''s knowledge, suggests a new research.
Nepalgunj to organise self-defense training for girlsBy RSS
The training will help women and girls to protect themselves in difficult and vulnerable times, said chief of the women and children unit Manju Pandey.
Priyanka, Ayushman tie nuptial knot29 Feb, 2020
With the wedding season of the year coming to an end, celebrities of the Nepali filmdom are now busy tying nuptial knot or preparing for the same. When actress Priyanka Karki and actor Ayushman Deshraj tied the nuptial knot at Park Village Resort
Nepali movies now minting money: Dinesh KC29 Feb, 2020
Dinesh K.C., a popular and one of the successful actors in Nepali cinema, has begun his acting career since 2009. Born at Jhyanku of Dolakha district, K.C. has done over a dozen films in a decade. ‘I am Crazy’ was his debut movie. His other movies are Danav, Badshah, Khatarnakh, Jhamela, Raja, Sisha, Lale, Nishaf, Nipathya and Kamandar.
Nepathya performs for charity29 Feb, 2020
Nepathya is one of the most iconic and prominent musical group that has deeply rooted its dominance in the Nepali music industry, gaining consistent admiration and social recognition. During the past 29 years of its existence - Nepathya has continuously been noted as a trendsetter marking their
Pokhara park to have 25 statues of politicians28 Feb, 2020
The construction was started a few months ago in the initiative of Pokhara Metropolitan City.
Shadow govt moves to assert its role28 Feb, 2020
The Nepali Congress’ (NC) distress to act as an effective opposition against Nepal Communist Party’s (NCP) government with nearly two-thirds majority continues to grow as its shadow government appears to be unable to leave its mark on the national politics.
Bluebird's art exhibition begins at Patan Museum28 Feb, 2020
Over 30 paintings depicting Nepal's natural, cultural and aesthetic aspects of life as created by the students of the college have been put on display that will run through Feb. 29.
Doctor-Patient Bonding Changing Trend at Dadeldhura Hospital27 Feb, 2020
The doctor-patient bonding (relationship) is central part of healthcare and the practice of medicine. For any relationship, trust is essential and in the medical field it is even more critical. Quality connection and bonding between a patient and physician is very important to both the parties.
Prez inaugurates World Nepali Literature Festival26 Feb, 2020
The Festival has been organised by Sudurpaschim Literature Society.
Making coffee more sustainable26 Feb, 2020
Coffee is the world’s favorite drink, with more than 400 billion cups enjoyed per year. We do our part to add to that grand total! Coffee drinkers around the world love their coffee—and appreciate it, even more, when they know that their coffee is grown sustainably.
Tourists enjoy the taste of nettle in homestay, KalikotBy RSS
Demand of nettle is high as food made up of nettle is so delicious and tourists make it as their first choice.
10 things you need to know before starting trek to EBC25 Feb, 2020
Mt. Everest (8848m) is the highest peak of the planet. Reaching the base of this mountain is commonly known as Everest Base Camp (EBC) trek. Before I embarked my first EBC trek from October 13- 27 of 2019, I was confused on many fronts. After concluding my trip to EBC, I would like to answer some of the important questions by would-be EBC trekkers to go to EBC in the upcoming season.
Skeptic of world being round dies in California rocket crash24 Feb, 2020
“Mad” Mike Hughes was killed on Saturday afternoon after his rocket crashed on private property near Barstow, California.
On his birthday, PM Oli arrives at his childhood home (photo feature)23 Feb, 2020
While receiving the Prime Minister at his home village, traditional dances of Limbu community such as Chyangbru, Sangini along with other cultural shows were presented.
PADT, Guthi Sansthan bid farewell to Sadhus, Babas23 Feb, 2020
Both organisations had bid farewell to them by providing them certain amount of money.
The disappointing Flip23 Feb, 2020
As you might’ve known, seen, or heard, phones are getting weird these days. Screens are getting larger through some radical measures not seen before in the smartphone industry – and no, I don’t mean an explicitly large phone. Opening up to a display with larger screen real-estate, while folding it shrinks it down to the size of a standard phone sure sounds promising but that too is met with a lot of troubles as made evident with all the releases we’ve seen so far. But there’s a new “revolutionary”...
Maha Shivaratri observed (photo feature)21 Feb, 2020
The festival is marked with the religious faith that super Brahma, one of three main gods in Hinduism, changed into Shiva at midnight on this day and worshiping, praying and visiting Shiva temples after taking holy baths in rivers, ponds and other sources of water would bring in peace and prosperity in one's life in this world and everlasting peace in the other world after death.
Quarrel over ‘Janayuddha Diwas’21 Feb, 2020
Nepal Communist Party (NCP) was created through the merger of two erstwhile left forces –CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Centre but NCP is
India tightens security at Jamunah checkpoint02 Mar, 2021
Rajdal barrack gets rainwater harvesting facility02 Mar, 2021
Media asked to use proper words to denote disability02 Mar, 2021
Cooperatives should foster youth entrepreneurship: Minister Ale02 Mar, 2021
'SC decision has put PM’s resignation on hold'02 Mar, 2021
Model Industrial Park02 Mar, 2021
Nepal's Graduation From LDC02 Mar, 2021
Political Culture Bolsters System02 Mar, 2021
Taking It To Bank02 Mar, 2021
GPR technology being used to trace lost stone spouts02 Mar, 2021