Mountaineer and cyclist Uma Singh conquers Mount Kilimanjaro and dedicates his victory to Sonu SoodBy The Rising Nepal
Ever since the pandemic hit the country, Sonu Sood has been hailed as the hero of the masses for the relentless help which he has been providing throughout this time. Recently he was touched by the glorious feat of mountaineer and cyclist Uma Singh, 25, hailing from Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh. The young man has conquered the top of Africa's highest peak, Mt. Kilimanjaro, and dedicated his accomplishment to his idol, Sonu Sood.
Depp says Hollywood is boycotting him, says his fall is ‘absurdity of media mathematics’By The Rising Nepal
Actor Johnny Depp, one of the most popular stars of Hollywood, says he feels he is being boycotted by the film industry as his latest movie Minamata is yet to get a release in the United States.
Malaika Arora announces Nude Bowls, her first delivery-only restaurantBy The Rising Nepal
Malaika Arora, who is known for healthy living, has launched her delivery-only restaurant called Nude Bowls.
Indian Idol 12 winner Pawandeep Rajan, wins Rs 25 lakh, a car and a trophyBy The Rising Nepal
After nearly nine months of searching, Indian Idol 12 has finally crowned its winner, Pawandeep Rajan.
COVID-19 freezes Rs. 2 billion worth of investment in film industryBy The Rising Nepal
The COVID-19 pandemic has cast a sombre shadow over the fledgling Nepali movie business for the last one-and-a-half years, adversely impacting box office revenues. With the pandemic showing no signs of subsiding, the situation is looking grim for the industry.
Gurkhas: The Story of a Bravery to be madeBy The Rising Nepal
Filmmaker Vidhan Karki is going to make ‘Gurkhas: The Story of a Bravery’ a film based on the story of the Gorkha army.
Marian Anderson’s vocal artistry honoured in new CD bonanzaBy The Rising Nepal
On a chilly Easter Sunday 82 years ago, a tall, elegant Black woman walked down the steps of the Lincoln Memorial before an integrated crowd of 75,000 and sang her way into the history books. Marian Anderson performed for only about half an hour that day in 1939, but her very presence made it a watershed event in the struggle for civil rights. She was appearing at the invitation of first lady Eleanor Roosevelt after the Daughters of the American Revolution refused to bend its whites-only policy...
Nicki Minaj and husband Kenneth Petty sued by sex assault victimBy The Rising Nepal
Rapper Nicki Minaj and her husband, Kenneth Petty, are being sued by a woman he was convicted of attempting to rape in 1994. The woman, now 43, has filed a lawsuit alleging that the couple harassed her to try to make her take back her claims, US media report.
Tokyo Delivers Memorable MomentsBy The Rising Nepal
Tokyo passed the baton to Paris after staging a Games that was delayed by Covid-19 and dismayed a skeptical public but nonetheless still delivered its share of memorable moments. The fast-paced and tightly-scripted closing ceremony kicked off at 8 p.m. Tokyo time (7 a.m. ET) and, just like the opening ceremony, was a celebration of sports and Japan.
Amlekh Freeing Of SlavesBy The Rising Nepal
The Ranas of all clans, businesspersons, civil servants and the commoners from Kathmandu plus Patan and Bhaktapur, who had walked all the way to Kathmandu, awaited eagerly for the important announcement. From the Khari ko Bot, located in the centre of Tundikhel, flanked by senior Ranas, the British ambassador, the embassy doctor and Mr Kilburn, the engineer representing the only foreign face amongst the crowd of Nepalese, an old and frail Maharaja, Chandra Sumshere, attired in padded labeda suruwal,...
6G For Next GenerationBy The Rising Nepal
Now, let us talk a bit about the past of telecommunications, back to when Alexander Graham Bell invented the first working telephone. He was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, on March 3, 1847. He came to the US as a teacher of the deaf.
Ajay Devgn demands regulation on OTTBy The Rising Nepal
Actor Ajay Devgn on Thursday said the digital space needs to be regulated “to a point” because with complete freedom, people will take advantage of the medium.
Netflix pays Rs. 35 crores to Sanjay Leela Bhansali for the first season of HeeramandiBy The Rising Nepal
Just a few days back it was reported that Sanjay Leela Bhansali had joined hands with the OTT streaming giant Netflix to develop his next venture, Heera Mandi.
Contamination Of EnvironmentBy The Rising Nepal
The term “pollution” is not a new phenomenon and hardly ever needs an explanation if you are from Kathmandu. More like the water we drink, and the oxygen we breathe, pollution is also a habitual part of our existence. The contaminated environment of ours, which has been quoted as unsafe by the WHO, is now a habitual part of our lives. This norm has become so prevalent that we hardly ever notice it.
Gandhi's Speeches In NepaliBy The Rising Nepal
Are there any political parties in his own country India or in this part of the region or in the world to read properly and practice his advice? Or, we can also ask questions this way: Has Gandhi not become a man to talk about only for idealism and not to be serious to do personally or work for country’s educational policies? The book under review is relevant to discuss these questions from Gandhi’s authentic views of Nepali readers.
Depression: How To Avoid ItBy The Rising Nepal
Many people in the cities and villages suffer from this disorder. The disease does not turn into a dreadful one if the victims receive proper counselling with experts, which can help him/her recover. However, if depression is left uncured for long, it will produce a chain effect in the life of a victim, who can even commit suicide and harms to fellow beings and socity.
Gunla Months Of FestivalsBy The Rising Nepal
Nepal is a land of festivals rich in cultural heritage. The series of Nepalese festivals begin with Gunla Parva. A period of thirty days in the months of Srawan and Bhadra is observed by Buddhists as a sacred month dedicated to Lord Buddha known as Gunla Parva. The month of Shrawan falls in rainy seasons so there are calamities of floods and other epidemics.
Amitabh Bachchan, Emraan Hashmi starrer Chehre gets theatrical release dateBy The Rising Nepal
Talking about the release, producer Anand Pandit said that Chehre “deserved a theatrical release.” “We want the magnanimity of the film to be showcased in the right way and hence are excited to finally reach the audience through the cinema screens,” he shared.
Amit Kumar to make Kishore Kumar bio-picBy The Rising Nepal
With the great Kishore Kumar’s birth anniversary just gone by, the Ganguly parivar, sons Kishore and Sumi and wife Leena Chandavarkar, have taken a decision to produce and direct their own biopic on the life and times of the legendary singer-composer-actor-filmmaker.
'Tattooed Trucks of Nepal- Horn Please': A story of Nepal's road travel 57 yrs backBy RSS
The documentary has likewise illustrated and compared what is called in Nepal as 'truck literature' and the decorative art used on trucks with the country's culture. It has also incorporated the colourful lifestyle, experience and behavior of the truck drivers who have to often negotiate narrow bends and rough routes in course of their journey.