Lyricist DR Upadhyaya sets 80 world recordsBy The Rising Nepal
Lyricist Dr. DR Upadhyaya has succeeded to set 80 world records. He added 21 new world records on Thursday, taking the list to 80. At a special ceremony held in the capital on Thursday, Shailendra Khanal, Inspector General of Nepal Police, Chundamani Devkota, outgoing president of the Lyricists’ Association, Radheshyam Lekali, president of the International Nepali Literary Association (ANESAS), and Mathura Shrestha, founder of Everest World Records, jointly presented him 21 world records. Before...
Barsha Raut signs ‘Lakhey’By The Rising Nepal
Actress Barsha Raut has signed to do the lead role in Lakhey. Director Samrat Basnet and executive producer Hari Malla Thakuri signed the agreement with the actress on Thursday. Barsha said that she was associated with the film because she liked its story. “Not only is the story, but also the team of the film good, you can see a different role in Lakhey,” said Barsha. The unit of the film has now completed with Barsha’s entry.
Miss Nepal Namrata in top 30 of Miss WorldBy The Rising Nepal
Miss Nepal Namrata Shrestha has been among the top 30 of the Miss World. Shrestha entered the list of last 30 of the World Beauty Contest by defeating Indonesian contestant in the ‘Head-to-Head Challenge’. According to Miss World, Nepal, Paraguay, Cameroon and the Philippines are among the top 30.
Foundation stone for reconstruction of Aangachhe laidBy TRN Online
Mayor of the Kathmandu Metropolitan City, Bidhya Sundar Shakya, laid the foundation stone of the heritage damaged by the Gorkha earthquake.
Katrina Kaif-Vicky Kaushal Wedding: The blue sapphire diamond ring is worth whopping Rs 7.4 LakhBy TRN Online
As much as netizens were waiting for the wedding pictures to be on the internet, they were equally excited to see the engagement rings. As per reports, Katrina was sporting a Tiffany Soleste engagement ring in Platinum which reportedly costs a whopping Rs 7.4 lakh.
Community Schools: Awaiting Effective ReformsBy The Rising Nepal
According to the Economic Survey 2076/077, out of the total 35,520 schools in Nepal, the number of community schools is 27,407. Of them, the number of model schools is 422, schools with computer facilities are 8,366 and schools using information technology is 3,676. Out of 8,127,263 students studying at the school level, 5,583,000, or 69% students are studying in community schools. The above statistics show that of all community schools, 8,366 have access to computer facilities so far and only 3,676...
Women's Rights To AbortionBy The Rising Nepal
Nepal is a religious country where the people believe that a child is a gift of God, and thus abortion for them is a heinous act. However, with the modernisation and sensitisation of health and reproductive rights, the perspective on abortion has been evolving.
Struggle For Power-IIBy The Rising Nepal
On 14 October 1884, Commander In Chief Dhir Sumshere Rana, the youngest brother of Jung Bahadur and the second man in the hierarchy for Prime Minister died. A pheasant bone impaled his throat and he died a very painful death as Nepal lacked proper medical facilities in those days.
Bote People's Hard Life Catching The Sun In NetBy The Rising Nepal
One of the marginalised groups, the Bote, is struggling for its survival and cultural preservation. The living conditions of the Bote children and the primitivism of the dwelling show their desire to be distinguished from the outside world.
CSA: Alternative Farm PracticeBy The Rising Nepal
The term community supported agriculture (CSA) was coined in the northeastern United States in the 1980s. European biodynamic agriculture ideas, formulated by Rudolf Steiner, an Austrian-German scholar, helped coin the term.
Book Analyses Enforced Disappearances, Rights Violations During Armed ConflictsBy The Rising Nepal
The under-reviewed book, The Disappeared, deals with cases of disappearance and gross violation of human rights during the Maoist-State armed conflict in Nepal from 2001 to 2006. It also analyses the roles of various government bodies, political parties and other stakeholders in assisting the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. This is an analytical-exploratory research-based book of qualitative as well as quantitative nature. The study finds that impunity is the crux of disappearance cases in Nepal...
2022 Winter OlympicsBy The Rising Nepal
The 2022 Winter Olympics are set to take place on Friday, February 4 through Sunday, February 20 in Beijing, China, just six months after the Tokyo Games. Approximately 3,000 athletes are expected to compete from roughly 95 nations and 45% of those athletes are expected to be female, marking the highest percentage in the history of the Olympic Winter Games. Mikaela Shiffrin, Nathan Chen, and Shaun White are just a few of the big stars that are expected to represent Team USA at the Beijing Winter...
Aryan Khan beats Elon Musk; becomes the second most searched personality on Google in 2021By TRN Online
Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan who was in the news for over a month due to his arrest by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has become the second most searched person on Google India in 2021.
Rihanna, Beyoncé, and Taylor Swift are the most powerful women in musicBy The Rising Nepal
Singers Rihanna, Beyoncé, and Taylor Swift are among Forbes’ top 100 list of the world’s most powerful women in 2021. On Tuesday (7 December), Forbes released its annual list and a total of 15 women from media and entertainment were honoured.
Vivah Panchami: A Big Fair of JanakpurdhamBy The Rising Nepal
Every year we celebrate the wedding anniversary day of Ram and Sita in Janakprudham. On this day, we remember the marital relation between Mithila and Ayodhya. In ancient time, both the countries were famous because of learned sage king Janak and great king Dasharath.
Journalist Karki's 'Jwalamukhi Mathi Desh' launchedBy TRN Online
Reviewing the book in the launching programme, political analyst Prof. Dr. Surendra KC viewed that people's anger could blow up at any time as the country was in the state of a volcano.
Badshah recreates popular track ‘Paani Paani’ in Bhojpuri; new track features Akshara SinghBy TRN Online
The recreated version of ‘Paani Paani’ will feature Bhojpuri superstar Khesari Lal with Rini Chandra on the vocals, with the beautiful Akshara Singh in the video.
Snowing adds magnificence to Dhorpatan hunting reserve (with pictures)By TRN Online
The snow has added to the magnificence and majesty of the Dhorpatan area although the snow has created problems of pasture for the cattle in the Dhorpatan valley.
‘Professional Basuri players can live a life of dignity’By The Rising Nepal
Dhan Bahadur Gurung is a Basuri (bamboo flute) teacher and Basuri maker. In his 15 years’ stint as a teacher of the instrument, he has delivered this art to thousands of students. But he says that only a handful of his students have become top class Basuri players. Born in Harmi of Gorkha district in 2041 BS, Gurung has a Bachelor’s Degree in Basuri from Ilahabad University in India. He was inspired to play Basuri by his elder brother Resham Gurung.