India and Nepali LanguageBy The Rising Nepal
When we talk about Nepali literature and culture, the subject assumes importance for Nepal and the Diaspora staying across the globe. Languages and literature are such things that transcend the nation's borders. The same is true with culture. The Nepali language, beyond doubt, carries with it the strongest identity for Nepal. But, it is also the strongest identity of all the Nepali speaking communities residing beyond the border. This is the truth of all languages. One quotable example of this kind...
Menstrual Cup: Step Towards SustainabilityBy The Rising Nepal
The thought of the amount of plastic that we are depositing and its impact on our planet tortures me. The use of plastic today is so massive that we can in fact name today's era as the “era of plastic”. Every product we consume uses plastic and menstruating products is no exception.
Nurses infected with COVID-19 deputed in treatment of other infected peopleBy RSS
The coronavirus infected health workers are compelled to involve in treatment in lack of human resources at the hospital. Some 10 nurses themselves are infected with the virus and deputed in treatment of patients, added Thapa.
Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon starts filmingBy The Rising Nepal
Producer HBO confirmed this week production was under way with tweets of members of the cast reading scripts. Photos have emerged of film crews and costumed actors, thought to be stars Matt Smith and Emma D'Arcy, at Holywell Bay near Newquay.
Muted celebrations of Dutch king's birthday amid pandemicBy The Rising Nepal
The Dutch celebrated their king's birthday Tuesday in muted fashion as a coronavirus lockdown prevented large-scale street parties for the second year running, but in some places people could not resist the temptation to gather outdoors in warm spring weather.
Art exhibition to support girl educationBy The Rising Nepal
On the occasion of the 5th anniversary of Shivata Love Foundation Nepal (SLFN) ,an NGO founded to commemorate life and death of her daughter Shivata Upadhyaya Grela, who died at the age of 20 due to Meningitis B. She has organised the exhibition which will conclude on Wednesday.
Oscars 2021 winners in fullBy BBC
Hollywood's biggest night has taken place, honouring the movie industry's finest from the past 12 months. Here is the full list of the winners of the 93rd Academy Awards.
Oscars 2021: Nomadland, Hopkins and Kaluuya share gloryBy The Rising Nepal
Film drama Nomadland has scooped three Oscars including best picture, while British stars Sir Anthony Hopkins and Daniel Kaluuya have won acting awards.
Scores of monuments still stand in support of wooden polesBy The Rising Nepal
Even six years after the massive earthquake of 2015, some historic temples and monuments in the World Heritage Sites of the Kathmandu Valley are still standing in support of wooden and iron poles.
Oscars 2021: The nominations in fullBy BBC
Here is the full list of nominees for the 93rd Academy Awards, taking place on Sunday 25 April.
The Popular Lyricist: Ramesh DahalBy The Rising Nepal
Born in 1978 in Mainapokhari, Dolakha, Ramesh Dahal is a lyricist who graduated in Environmental Science & Policy from the USA in 2013. Contributing his artistic endeavors in more than 250 different Nepali Adhunik tracks, lyrics in English language and more than 850 published lyrics, the writer initiated his journey back in 1991 while participating in a school competition. And till date, Dahal continues to collaborate as well as expand his repertoire further.
'Mero Pani Haina Ra Yo Desh'By RSS
The video song was released in Saput's own youtube channel on Friday evening, and so far it has gained more than 870,000 views. Saput raises the issue of national unity and cultural diversity in the song, with expression of pride and grievances towards the nation.
Wife arrested on charge of murdering her husbandBy The Rising Nepal
As the police began to investigate the case, they sent the samples of the foods which were eaten by Bishnu for test at the laboratory. When the authorities received the viscera report and the testing result of the samples on July 24, 2017, they found that Bishnu had died of poison.
Singer Sia named 'worst director' for controversial film MusicBy The Rising Nepal
Singer Sia has been named "worst director" for her controversial debut film at the Razzies, the pre-Oscars prizes for the year's worst movies.
Gorkhe to be released in CanberraBy The Rising Nepal
Screening of Nepali film Gorkhe has begun in Australia for the second time.
Black ballet dancer Lopes Gomes wins Berlin racism caseBy The Rising Nepal
A black ballet dancer who complained of racism at the Berlin State Ballet has been awarded €16,000 (£14,000; $19,000) in compensation and had her contract renewed, in an out-of-court settlement.
Bollywood composer Shravan Rathod dies after COVID DiagnosisBy BBC
Bollywood composer Shravan Rathod has died shortly after testing positive for Covid-19, his family has confirmed.
Minister Gyawali assures film industry of relief packageBy The Rising Nepal
“The virus is hitting each and every sector and film industry is one of them,” Minister Gywalai said inaugurating the 9th edition of Nepal-Africa Film Festival (NAFF) organised by College of Journalism and Mass Communication (CJMC) here today.
Changing immigration trends colour ‘Minari’ reception in South KoreaBy The Rising Nepal
The heartfelt Korean immigrant tale in “Minari” resonated with many Asian Americans, but for some in South Korea the film presented a far too dated view of immigration to the United States.