KATHMANDU, Nov 18: There are many ceremonies and activities associated with human life. And there are some rituals or traditions that are done for the departed souls by their loved ones. Bala Chaturdashi is one such festivals celebrated in memory of the deceased family members.
I have lent money to the people for genuine reasons. At first, they seem innocent and reasonable in their sayings. They act kindly and promise to repay in few day but as soon as time crosses the limit, and when I call to remind them, they seem unavailable on phone calls and by chance when I manage to find them and ask for it, they give other reason and ask to understand their problems. I wonder who would understand the problem. Well, I have no choice but to believe them and wait for the next deadline to end.
I have always been inspired by travel articles, wanderlust journeys and travel magazines. Besides that, I’m kind of a character who is enthusiastic to study about brand new culture and their population. Since I’m an easy going and the youngest member, my family constantly supports me in my decision. Therefore last year on October 29, 2016, I planned to go Singapore, the Lion City of Asia for vacation. It was my first experience to travel any international country so somewhere I was nervous but more than that I was passionate and eager to visit Singapore. I travelled alone to Singapore and I had transit in Malaysia and there I stayed with my cousin sister and her family in Gurkha Contingent Camp.
Ekadeshma International Short Film Festival 2017 started from Thursday providing a platform for short films to be showcased in silver screen. The fifth edition of the festival started with the screening four films--A Gentle Night (Chinese), Retouch (Iranian), Taste of Love (Austrian) and Silver Bangles (Nepali)--among the 99 short, outstanding films being screened at QFX Kumari Cinemas, Kamalpokhari.
The fifth Ekadeshma International Short Film Festival is all set to kick-off on Thursday with the screening of 99 films from all over the world in five different sections that deal with various social, political and cultural issues.
KATHMANDU, Nov 16: Bikas Udhyami with the technical assistance of the Central Bureau of Statistics launched a series of videos to demystify different aspects of Nepal’s development by explaining them on the basis of officially available data in an easy to understandable manner on Monday.
KATHMANDU, Nov 16: The opening program of well-equipped Fitness Park and Spa was held on Wednesday at CTC Mall, Sundhara. The event was inaugurated by Minister of Youth and Sports Rajendra Kumar KC and witnessed by other distinguished guests including former Member of Parliament and owner of CTC Mall Ichhya Raj Tamang along with bodybuilders Nanita Maharjan and Rujesh Shahi, who recently won silver and bronze medals in the ninth WBPF World Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Championship in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
KATHMANDU, Nov 16: The decade-long armed struggle between the government and rebel forces resulted in a colossal loss of lives as well as property in Nepal. Over 19,000 people (including civilians, armed forces and rebels) lost their lives between 1996 and 2006.