Programmes for film sector inadequate, says SharmaBy The Rising Nepal
At a time when a few filmmakers have appreciated the new budget for including the suggestions of the film sector, filmmaker cum actor Ashok Sharma has said that the programmes included in the budget were not adequate to address the problems facing by the film sector.
'Tarzan' TV actor among 7 people killed in plane crashBy The Rising Nepal
Seven people are presumed to have died in Saturday's crash of a small jet into a Tennessee lake, including Remnant Fellowship Church founder and Christian diet guru Gwen Shamblin Lara, officials said.
Fueling box office rebound, ‘Quiet Place’ opens with $58.5MBy The Rising Nepal
John Krasinski’s thriller sequel “A Quiet Place Part II” opened over the Memorial Day weekend to a pandemic-best $48.4 million, according to studio estimates Sunday. Including the Monday holiday, the studio forecasts the film will gross $58.5 million in North America. It added another $22 million in ticket sales overseas.
American climber’s dead body airlifted to KathmanduBy RSS
The American climber had fallen to death in the Camp IV (above 7,900 m) in the 8,848.86 metres mountain while he was descending upon his successful summit of Sagarmatha, according to Information Officer Rishiraj Dhakal at the District Police Office, Solukhumbu.
Shah Rukh Khan-starrer Pathan to be shot in as many as three European countriesBy The Rising Nepal
It has been reported that the next schedule of Pathan will happen overseas. Some reports claim that the unit will film some key scenes in Russia. Some are, however, reporting that Pathan’s foreign schedule will take place in Finland.
NCB arrests SSR’s flatmate Sidharrth Pithani in drug caseBy The Rising Nepal
In a major action, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Friday said that it has arrested Sidharth Pitani, a flatmate of late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput in a drug-related case.
Pandemic and Mental HealthBy The Rising Nepal
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on our lives. Many of us are encountering challenges that can be stressful, overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Public health measures, such as physical distancing, lockdown and other prohibi
Climate Change Risks Grow In Himalayan RegionBy The Rising Nepal
Increasing temperatures across the Himalayan range has contributed to many severe outbreaks of vector-borne diseases. The vector-borne diseases result from infection transmitted to humans and other animals by blood-feeding anthropods, such as mosquitoes, ticks, and flea. The vector-borne disease has made 2020 the worst year on record for deadly diseases including the COVID-19 pandemic. The instance of the construction of Besisahar-Chame road can be given in this respect as it has given the vectors...
Significance of Gender-Neutral LanguageBy The Rising Nepal
The word and language is not just a sound or a written symbol. It is the force or the power that we use to express and communicate. Our word is the gift that comes directly from god. Through those words and language, we express our creative power.
Nepali Farmers Tackling Transboundary Plant PestsBy The Rising Nepal
Over the past few years, Nepal's agriculture sector has been hit by several new crop pests and pathogens. Among those feature migratory pests, which periodically make their appearance in the country, as well as invasive pests. The latter comprise organisms that are entirely new to Nepal, often originate from far-off parts of the world and invade new territories through pathways such as intercountry trade of agricultural goods and commodities, international travel or tourism.
Thoughts: Fuel For PlanetBy The Rising Nepal
This world runs in a collective belief of all the human beings that reside in it. Our thoughts, our beliefs, our action upon mere imagination are what feed the engine room of this modern planet. The natural components of the planet barely support the construction of this modern society. Trees and oxygen do not help us in paying taxes, just like waterfalls and lakes aren’t responsible for capitalism. So, years forward the world has shifted more towards the
Advocacy For The Neglected ClassBy The Rising Nepal
New Road is not just a street, it is a witness of Nepali history. Built after the 1934 earthquake, it saw the Rana regime at its peak slowly wither and ultimately fall in 1951. In the democracy years, it was the centre of political activity – be it speeches by leaders or protests by dissatisfied groups. The road also observed the three decades of repressive Panchayat rule and watched over the popular movement that toppled it in 1990. It saw the constitutional monarchy get thrown out in favour of...
Madhesh: Land Of GloryBy The Rising Nepal
Nepal, a small landlocked country with a total area of 147516 square kilometres, encompasses various cultures made of 125 ethnic groups. Nepalese people express their culture through music and dance, art and craft, food and drinks, language and literature, philosophy and religions, festivals and
Sanjay Dutt thanks UAE government for granting him golden visaBy The Rising Nepal
Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt has thanked the UAE government for granting him the golden visa. The actor took to his social media handles to share few pictures of himself holding his golden visa and passport.
Brad Pitt awarded joint custody of children with Angelina JolieBy BBC
Brad Pitt has been granted joint custody of his children with Angelina Jolie following a lengthy court battle.
Climbers aspiring to scale Mt. Everest return to lower camps owing to bad weatherBy The Rising Nepal
Gyanendra Shrestha, contact officer, informed that over two dozen climbers who had climbed up higher camps for scaling the peaks have now returned to the second camp and been taking rest as the weather was likely to worsen for three days.
A girl from remote rural village in Mugu sets an example as independent, successful womanBy The Rising Nepal
The rural society of Durga Rawal in Mugu expected her to be a simple village girl without aspirations. However, Durga, a daughter of mother Lati Rawal and father Top Bahadur Rawal, residents of Rawalbada tole, Bhamwada village of Chhayanath Rara Municipality-4, resisted traditional social stereotype and made her way forward.
Akshay Kumar to help 3600 dancers with monthly ration amid COVID-19 pandemicBy The Rising Nepal
Akshay Kumar has stepped up to help 3600 dancers with monthly ration amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Choreographer Ganesh Acharya said that for his 50th birthday, Akshay Kumar had asked him what he wanted and Acharya requested him to help 1600 junior choreographers and aged dancers and about 2000 background dancers with a month’s ration.
Radhe: Delhi HC directs WhatsApp to suspend services of users pirating Salman Khan starrer filmBy The Rising Nepal
On the basis of a suit filed by Zee, the Delhi High Court has ordered WhatsApp users to stop circulating Salman Khan's latest film "Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai". This comes after the distributor alleged that the film has been a victim of rampant piracy through social media platforms.