Honey Singh’s wife Shalini Talwar breaks down during domestic violence court hearingBy The Rising Nepal
A Delhi court Saturday, August 28, directed Honey Singh, real name Hirdesh Singh, to appear before it on September 3. This is in connection with the domestic violence case that has been filed by his wife Shalini Talwar as she approached the court alleging physical, mental, and emotional abuse.
NCB arrests Armaan Kohli for illegal possession of cocaineBy The Rising Nepal
Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has arrested actor Armaan Kohli for illegal possession of drugs, on August 29. On Saturday, August 28, the actor's residence was raided after which the same evening, he was taken to the NCB office for questioning.
Plan for ‘Prosperous Touristic Pokhara’ unveiledBy RSS
The Pokhara Metropolitan City has accorded priority to the promotion of local tourism in the changing context in the three-year periodic plan of the town.
Collection of short stories for children releasedBy The Rising Nepal
The Namaste Adhunik Laghukatha Manch, on Saturday, released “Laghukatha ko sugandha”, a collection of short stories for children, amidst a virtual programme on Saturday. The book has been edited by Ghanashyam Dallakoti ‘Krishnaji Sharma’, Shekhar Aryal, Gom Bikram, and Bidur Chalise. The book, published by BN Pustak Sansar, consists of a total of 230 short stories by 132 authors.
Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone to shoot a massively mounted song in Spain for PathanBy The Rising Nepal
It has been said that Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone will not only shoot crucial parts of their film in Spain but will also shoot a massively mounted song in Spain!
Shooting of ‘Life in LA’ completesBy The Rising Nepal
Filmmakers have been jobless for over one and a half years as filmmaking has been stalled because of coronavirus. In the meantime, making of a big budget movie Life in LA has been in progress. One of the producers and main lead actor Bash Bissau of the film said that 30 artistes and technicians are involved in the film. He believed that the film would support to provide relief to them who have remained unemployed for a long time.
Tom Cruise's BMW stolen during Mission: Impossible filmingBy BBC
Hollywood actor Tom Cruise's BMW was stolen while he was filming in Birmingham. The actor has been in the city filming the seventh instalment in the Mission: Impossible film series. The Sun claimed the vehicle used by Cruise was taken from outside the Grand Hotel with thousands of pounds worth of goods inside.
Suneil Shetty’s son Ahan Shetty ready for launch, father reactsBy The Rising Nepal
A source close to the project reveals, “Ahan is being launched by the same producer Sajid Nadiadwala who launched Ahan’s father Suniel Shetty. But whereas Suniel’s launch, Waqt Hamara Hai was an out and out action film, Tadap is a very emotional film.
Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer breaks record of Avengers: Endgame; gets 355.5 million views in its first 24 hoursBy The Rising Nepal
No Way Home is set to debut on December 17, but Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures look like they are breaking records before its release. According to Sony Pictures, the trailer of the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe movie got whopping 355.5 million views in its first 24 hours generating 4.5 million mentions across social media around the world.
Karnali DreamsBy The Rising Nepal
To mark the 59th Engineer’s Day in Nepal, I have put forth my vision for the development of the remote five Himalayan districts of Karnali province of Nepal. I have been exploring all of the five districts of this province namely, Humla, Jumla, Dolpa, Mugu, and Kalikot, for the last four years as a part of my work. My vision for the development of this region comes along with a list of development opportunities hidden for years within the challenges.
Krishna Janmashthami FestivalBy The Rising Nepal
In the Gita, Lord Krishna says, “Whatever you do, do for my glory. All things were made by me and in me are there all things. To this end am I born to establish righteousness.” This is not a gossip but the gospel of the Gita, which is very useful for everybody.
Border Disputes Consequences of NegligenceBy The Rising Nepal
A border is what separates the ownership of land generally between two countries. As every country tries to own a bigger size of the cookie at the cost of others' borders, disputes between nations take place. Border problems, therefore, are common in most countries, and it has been one of the root causes of bilateral disputes. The border dispute between Nepal and India is one such case. Due to the unregulated border system between Nepal and India
Fighting 'Toxic' MasculinityBy The Rising Nepal
The popular term points toward a real problem of male violence and sexism. However, it risks misrepresenting what causes them. Over the past several years, toxic masculinity has become a catchall explanation for male violence and sexism. The term, which distinguishes "toxic" traits such as aggression and self-entitlement from "healthy" masculinity, also denotes bullying and sexual harassment.
Gaurika: A Realistic NovelBy The Rising Nepal
To give artistic words to describe life's story is an unending attempt for literateurs. Litterateurs are creators, and it is they who determine how artistically descriptive or conclusive their stories will be. In this context, we have a 136-page English novella written by Chandra Kumar Phuyal.
Antibiotic/Drug resistance A Common Problem NowadaysBy The Rising Nepal
Antibiotics are a type of medicine or antimicrobial substance active against bacteria. They are powerful drugs that are used to kill or limit the growth of bacteria. There are two types of drugs, First Line Drugs and Second Line Drugs. But nowadays we are facing the biggest public health challenges regarding antibiotic resistance. I, being a student of medical microbiology
Sole speaker of Dura language Soma diesBy The Rising Nepal
“Soma’s death is a huge loss for the Dura community,” said Purna Bahadur Dura, ward member of Madhyanepal–10, adding, “With the only native speaker of the Dura language gone, it will be quite challenge to preserve the language now.”
Saurav Chaudhary: A director with passion and visionBy The Rising Nepal
Director Saurav Chaudhary is prominent name known for redefining Nepali cinema today. Nepali Film industry that is always creating some kind of buzz around its actors and actresses often misses out on crediting their off-screen heroes who create the on-screen magic with these stars. Saurav Chaudhary has been successful to change that notion single handedly.
Nirvana sued by the baby from Nevermind coverBy BBC
Spencer Elden, the man who was photographed as a baby on the album cover for Nirvana's Nevermind, is suing the band alleging sexual exploitation. The cover depicts Elden as a four-month-old in a swimming pool, grasping for a dollar bill that's being dangled in front of him on a fishing line.
Mayim Bialik to guest host 'Jeopardy!' after Richards' exitBy The Rising Nepal
"Jeopardy!" is back to guest hosts after the resignation of Mike Richards, and actor Mayim Bialik will return as the first one up. Sony Pictures Television announced Monday that Bialik will take the podium long occupied by the late Alex Trebek for three weeks of episodes. The 45-year-old "Big Bang Theory" and "Blossom" actor was one of many guest hosts who filled in for two-week stints in the past season after the death of Trebek, who hosted the show for 37 seasons. Trebek died in November at age...
Nepal Mela UK to be held on SundayBy The Rising Nepal
The 12th edition of the Nepali Mela UK is going to be held on Sunday. The fair, organised every year by the Tamu Dhee Association of the United Kingdom, will be held at the Kempton Park Racecourse, Sunbury-on-Thames Middlesex and will be open for visitors from 10 am to 8 pm, the organisers informed in a virtual press conference on Sunday.