Parajuli’s film related book coming to the marketBy The Rising Nepal
Journalist Jiwan Kumar Parajuli has prepared the book based on the experiences of the representative characters which includes a critical interpretation of the Nepali film industry.
Accused of publicity stunt over 5G case, Juhi Chawla breaks her silence with this exposeBy The Rising Nepal
After a month-long radio silence, Juhi has put out a video documenting her tryst with the concerned official authorities over the course of the last 10 years.
Malaysian singer dies of Covid days after giving birthBy BBC
A popular Malaysian singer has died from Covid-19, just days after giving birth to a baby boy - her fourth child. Eight-month pregnant Siti Sarah Raisuddin, who had experienced low oxygen levels, was put into an induced coma so her baby could be delivered via surgery.
Lyricist should be professional: PandeyBy The Rising Nepal
Dayaram Pandey has been writing song since his childhood. As he was good in study in schools and colleges, he was also determined to be the first in song writing. He often excelled in cultural programmes organised in school and campus. He recorded his first song in 2000 for the movie Muskan. It was sung by legendary musician Shambhujit Baskota.
The Suicide Squad star Joel Kinnaman issues restraining order against Bella Davis who allegedly accused him of rapeBy The Rising Nepal
Hollywood actor Joel Kinnaman, who is starring in The Suicide Squad, has been granted a temporary restraining order against model Bella Davis, a Swedish-Jamaican model, who has accused him of raping her. Adding to that, she reportedly tried to “extort money” and threatening physical harm to him and his family, as Joel alleges.
Actor Anupam Shyam passes away at 63 due to multiple organ failureBy The Rising Nepal
Veteran actor Anupam Shyam who is popularly known for playing the role of Thakur Sajjan Singh in the show Mann Kee Awaaz Pratigya 2 passed away today
Kiran Gajmer wins ‘Voice of Nepal Season 3’By The Rising Nepal
The Voice of Nepal declared Kiran Gajmer as the winner of its 3rd edition during a grand finale organised Saturday midnight. Gajmer competed with Tara Shirish Magar, Aryan Tamang and Jwala Rai in the final.
Sonam Kapoor was offered just Rs 11 for her role in Bhaag Milkha BhaagBy The Rising Nepal
Rakeysh wrote in the book that "Sonam Kapoor benevolently accepted to play a guest appearance for a princely sum of Rs. 11 only for her brief portrayal of Biro." Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra also added that she lit up the screen every time she appeared in the film.
Salman Khan dispatches 5 tempos of essentials to flood-affected areas of Chiplun, Mahad and villages near MahabaleshwarBy The Rising Nepal
After Sonu Sood, actor Salman Khan has stepped up to help those in need in flood-affected areas in Maharashtra. The actor has reportedly dispatched five tempos of essentials to flood-affected areas of Chiplun, Mahad, and other villages near Mahabaleshwar.
Bombay High Court rejects immediate release plea of Shilpa Shetty’s husband Raj Kundra in pornography racket caseBy The Rising Nepal
On Saturday, August 7, the Bombay High Court dismissed the immediate release petition filed by Raj Kundra and his associate Ryan Thorpe challenging the orders passed by Metropolitan Magistrate.
Tiger Shroff to croon ‘Vande Mataram’, song to release on August 10By The Rising Nepal
Jackky Bhagnani's Jjust Music along with Tiger Shroff today unveiled the motion poster of the patriotic anthem, 'Vande Mataram' ahead of Independence Day. Voiced by Tiger Shroff, this marks the singer-actor's first-ever song in Hindi after two English songs, 'Casanova' and 'Unbelievable'. The song will release on the 10th of August.
Rihanna becomes the richest female musician in the world with whopping Rs. 12,603 crore approx net worthBy The Rising Nepal
Popstar Rihanna is now the richest woman in the music world. The 'Work' singer's net worth is estimated at $1.7 billion, according to Forbes magazine on Wednesday, August 4. But, her source of wealth is not just the music business.
Encouraging Breastfeeding: Shared Responsibility EssentialBy Ajita Rijal
Every year, the first week of August is celebrated as World Breastfeeding Week. This year the world is celebrating the week with the theme, 'Protect Breastfeeding: A Shared Responsibility' as health experts are calling on all stakeholders to encourage mothers for optimal breastfeeding practices. Breastfeeding within the first ho
Human Milk Bank A Noble InitiativeBy The Rising Nepal
To have the best possible start in life is a basic right of every newborn baby. For optimal nutrition and immunological protection of the newborns, the choice of feeding is to latch the baby directly to mother’s breast or provide expressed milk from own mother, and then pasteurised donated human milk. However, many babies are deprived of mother’s milk and are given formula feeds because of baby’s inability to suck due to prematurity, being too small to suck or ill, or maternal illness, abandonment...
Safe Abortion Vital for Women's HealthBy Indira Aryal
Getting safe abortion and family planning services easily in remote parts of Nepal is still a far cry for many rural women. For many women in those areas, the process of abortion still costs a lot and sometimes they even risk their lives. Poverty, not having m
Cellphone Addiction Among TeensBy The Rising Nepal
As time flies, addictions transform themselves into different forms. A person can show his/her addictive behaviours through different behavioural changes such as difficulty resisting change in the obsessive repetition of similar patterns, difficulty having breaks during i
Planets, Stars Embellish HeavenBy The Rising Nepal
As it darkens, the night skies of this month offer the magnificent marvels of planets, stars and constellations that are embellishing the heavens. Planets Mercury and Mars would be lost in solar glare, due to their proximity to the Sun. They would be moving across the compelling constellation Leo (lion) during the daytime. Planet Venus could be visualised in the western sky after sundown as dusk would fade to darkness. They would be venturing out through the starry fields sprawling across constellations...
Justin Bieber apologises for promoting Morgan Wallen’s album who was caught using racial slur – “I had no idea about racist comments”By The Rising Nepal
Popstar Justin Bieber recently promoted a music album Dangerous: The Double Album of country singer Morgan Wallen on his Instagram story. He wrote, “Love this album.” Soon after, he deleted the story when he came to know that Wallen was seen using a racial slur.