Parajuli’s collection of stories Momcho hits bookstandsBy RSS
A collection of stories by story writer and journalist Basanta Parajuli has been released at an event in Chitwan today.
Katrina Kaif- Vicky Kaushal wedding: Bride and groom to arrive at the venue in Rajasthan on December 6By TRN Online
The bride and groom are expected to reach the venue on December 6, a day before the wedding festivities commence. Meanwhile, family members and other guests will start reaching Jaipur from December 5 onwards. The wedding will also be attended by several A-listers from Bollywood.
Karishma Manandhar passes grade 12 examBy The Rising Nepal
Actress Karishma Manandhar has completed her secondary level education by passing grade 12 exam. She had appeared in the exam of class 12 from Godavari-based Kitini High School, and passed it with a GPA of 2.41. The National Examination Board (NEB) made public the results of the examination held in mid-September on Friday. Karishma said that she did not attend the class regularly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, she was happy with the results, she told The Rising Nepal.
‘Women Violence - From Womb to Tomb’ on displayBy The Rising Nepal
According to Hinduism, women are worshiped as goddesses but in reality it is now otherwise. Women are discriminated against before their birth. This discrimination begins widening after their birth. Supriya Pandey has come out strongly against such discrimination through her work of art. Pandey’s paintings titled Women Violence, From Womb to Tomb are currently on display at the Nepal Arts Council, Babar Mahal.
Bala Chaturdashi observed by scattering SatbijBy TRN Online
The festival is celebrated every year on the day of Marga Krishna Chaturdashi as per the Bikram Sambat calendar. On the occasion, devotees take a holy bath early in the morning and move around the Pashupatinath Temple, or their nearest Shiva shrines, scattering seven different kinds of grains (Satbij) and praying for the peace of their deceased relatives.
HBO spent over Rs. 225.10 crore on scrapped Game of Thrones spin-off pilot starring Naomi WattsBy TRN Online
HBO spent more than $30 million (Rs. 225.10 crore) on the pilot for scrapped Game of Thrones spin-off, according to the new book “Tinderbox: HBO's Ruthless Pursuit of New Frontiers” by James Andrew Miller. As per the book, the hefty price tag for the initial prequel encouraged the network to greenlight House of the Dragon directly to the series.
Promoting Interest Of Small InvestorsBy The Rising Nepal
The global COVID-19 pandemic propelled an unexpected growth of the share market in Nepal. The entire economic and business sector was battered by the pandemic as health safety measures and lockdowns sent many industries and trades out of operation, resulting in hundreds of thousands of job losses, and a sudden fall in export trade. But to the surprise of many, the share market caught the bullish trend and registered continued growth.
Social Protection in Nepal : Current Status, Major ConcernsBy The Rising Nepal
Our constitution has provisioned that getting allowances is the people's right under social protection provisions. Senior citizens, the poor, the Dalits, the helpless, people with disabilities and with severe forms of disabilities, single women, and endangered caste are entitled to receive social allowances as per the fiscal programme of the government of Nepal. The Nepali charter ensures social protection as a fundamental right to reduce poverty and vulnerability in Article 34.
Planets Present Parade In Western SkyBy The Rising Nepal
This month's night skies will present a parade of planets that can be observed right from the evening across the western sky along with stunning stars and confounding constellations. Elusive Mercury would be marching through the commanding constellation Sagittarius (archer) and thus savouring it in the daytime would be difficult. Planet Venus could be viewed in south-western sky for a few hours after sundown. It would shine superbly among the stars sketching the north-eastern sector of sprawling...
Nepal-phile Korean AcademicianBy The Rising Nepal
A South Korean professor is famous among Nepali pharmacists. Through him, many Nepali students have been able to pursue higher studies and find jobs. He has also helped some Nepali academic institutions in strengthening their research capabilities.
Insightful MonologuesBy The Rising Nepal
Sometimes the literary tool of monologues becomes the best friend for writers, especially when they confront a situation like that of Dr Byanjana Sharma, the author of the under-review book, entitled, "Gham Astayako Chhaina". And, the best friend as we know does not cheat or deceive. There can be many examples, but one example to know how monologue helps as a best friend has been described in the book. The theme of the book is not a
World Shivers Over Omicron VariantBy The Rising Nepal
In the past fortnight, a heavily mutated Covid variant has been identified, rapidly labelled a "variant of concern" by the World Health Organization and named Omicron. It was first detected in South Africa and the spread some countries including the UK, Hong Kong and a few others. It is a rapidly evolving situation. Omicron's genetic profile has raised concerns, but there's a shortage of real-world data that means nobody has the complete picture of what it can do. It is unclear how big a threat...
Film unit of Lakhey searching for new castBy The Rising Nepal
Director Samrat Basnet, who has made Password, is planning to make a new film titled ‘Lakhey’ with multi-star casting. Actors like Saugat Malla, Anup Vikram Shahi, Aryan Adhikari, Arpan Thapa, Sushil Sitaula, Vijay Baral and Sunil Thapa have been selected for the film while the team is searching for some more artistes. “We still need some more characters for the film. We are searching for around a dozen individuals through audition,” said Basnet. According to Basnet, the audition opportunity...
Women decorate walls with Mithila paintings for ‘Bibaha Panchami’By The Rising Nepal
Women can be seen painting the walls of Janakpurdham in pleasure despite the scorching heat. Their aim is to reflect the culture and traditions of Mithilanchal. According to the authorities, the walls are being painted with Mithila paintings to beautify the city of Janakpurdham as the festival of ‘Bibaha Panchami’ is approaching nearer. “Mithila paintings have been a source to reflect our culture to the world. The paintings depict the stories of the previous eras under the Hindu mythology,”...
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.