Salman Khan slams people watching pirated version of 'Radhe'By The Rising Nepal
Salman Khan took to his Instagram story and shared a note stating that piracy is a serious cybercrime.
'World first' as Cambridge vet saves tiger's eyeBy BBC
Surgeon Dr David Williams, from the Queen's Veterinary School Hospital at the University of Cambridge, said after two months of careful monitoring, he was "delighted to be able to sign Ratna off" as fully healed.
Salman Khan starrer Radhe’s IMDb rating falls furtherBy The Rising Nepal
From 2.4 on Friday, the IMDb rating of Salman Khan's Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai has fallen to 2.1.
Hardcore Trio Manasik Karagar Releases a Demo SingleBy The Rising Nepal
Manasik Karagar is a straight-edge hardcore trio formed by two extremely talented Helsinki-based musicians guitarist Saurav and drummer Kat, and Damak-based euphonious screamer Mausam.
Santosh K. Pokharel wins Chekhov’s Autumn awardBy The Rising Nepal
Poet Santosh Kumar Pokharel has been declared the winner of a prestigious international award by the jury of the 11th International Literary Festival Chekhov’s Autumn 2020 held in Yalta, Crimea, for his contribution to the world literature.
Vaccination Key To Fight PandemicBy The Rising Nepal
The world today is passing through an unprecedented time owing to the deadly spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. The death toll related to it has reached more than 3.1 million worldwide by the first week of May 2021 as per the World Health
COVID-19 Shots During MenstruationBy The Rising Nepal
At present, vaccines have become the most viable option in the battle against COVID-19. Nowadays, it is common to see vaccination centres overwhelmed by huge crowds seeking to receive their vaccine doses. Safe and effective vaccines can be a game-changer. Yes, everyone agrees to this, however, with more and more people being vaccinated, each of them is reacting differently to the effects and side effects of vaccines.
Ward Committees Have They Become Extractive Bodies?By The Rising Nepal
This writer had evinced interest in the issues of local governance and democratic decentralisation during the early 90s when the nation was caught up with deliberation on how to reshape, revamp and reorganise local governments following the tenets of multiparty democracy established after the popular upsurge of 1990. Since then I have developed a penchant to write and contribute articles, comments and observations on
Cyberbullying Is InsidiousBy The Rising Nepal
Cyberbullying affects 17 per cent of the world's families. Almost one in five parents in the world admits that at least one of their children has experienced cyberbullying. It is a type of harassment that occurs between minors in which digital media are used to harm the victim, consciously and repeatedly over time.
A Firm Step Towards Nepal StudyBy The Rising Nepal
Critical and research-based, in-depth nonfiction writings are few and far between in Nepal, which indicates the limitation of Nepalese critical discourse. In this regard, Raprau (Ramji Prasad Upadhaya) Pokhrel's 'Bichar Mimamsa' is an exception. The book is a collection of twenty-two write-ups on different themes and topics. In his book, Pokhrel has written on i
Thriving Digital EconomyBy The Rising Nepal
Digitalization has brought about tremendous changes in how we live, work, and play. The increasing investment in technology is unsettling the traditional business techniques and making a clear pathway towards the digital economy. Digital communication, digital payment, e-commerce, and online marketing have grown in recent years. We have payment gateways like e-Sewa and shopping platforms such as Daraz making our day-to-day life faster and easier.
US model Chrissy Teigen sorry for bullying Courtney Stodden on TwitterBy The Rising Nepal
US model Chrissy Teigen has apologised to TV personality Courtney Stodden for bullying them online a decade ago.
Saif Ali Khan on playing Ravana in Adipurush opposite PrabhasBy The Rising Nepal
Actor Saif Ali Khan says he is excited to play Ravana in Om Raut's Adipurush opposite Prabhas.
Music is the field of immortality: singer KCBy The Rising Nepal
Songs and music have a special power. They touch the mind and heart of the audience and remain in memory for a long time. Many new songs come in the music market every year, however, only a few songs can leave impression for a long time. Among them, one is singer Sita KC’s “Malai America Yehi” which was released in 2013.
Cinema sector is most affected by COVID -19By The Rising Nepal
Senior artistes from the Nepali film industry have said that the Nepali cinema sector is worst hit by the COVID- 19 pandemic.
4th edition of NIFF begins virtuallyBy The Rising Nepal
The festival is being organised with the objective of introducing Nepali films and filmmakers to the international arena and spreading Nepali art, culture and tourism all over the world through films.
Madan Krishna pays tribute to Prem Dhoj Pradhan from hospital bedBy The Rising Nepal
Veteran artiste and comedian, Madan Krishna Shrestha has expressed deep sorrow over the demise of veteran singer Prem Dhoj Pradhan who passed away on Thursday in Kathmandu.
Junuko Jutta receives festival award in RussiaBy The Rising Nepal
Nepali short film “Junuko Jutta” (The Shoes of a Little Girl) has won yet another international award.
Gorakhapatra A Newspaper Of RecordBy The Rising Nepal
Gorakhapatra maintains its enviable position as the country’s newspaper of record despite a series of political changes in the country in the preceding century. Neither has marked developments in printing as well as commu
Initial Days Of GorkhapatraBy The Rising Nepal
Prime Minister Maharaj Dev Shumsher JB Rana issued a decree or Sanad (a document for special management) on Baishak 11 in the year 1958 BS for publishing a newspaper called Gorkhapatra, every week. Pandit Naradev Pande was deputed for publishing and distributing the newspaper. For this purpose, a Type Press and a Lithograph Press were pressed into action to print a maximum of 1000 copies of the newspaper.