KATHMANDU, Nov 14: Nepali photographers have organized a two-week photo exhibition in Witzenhausen, Germany that began on November 11. The exhibition titled ‘Nepal – Daily life, Culture and Landscape’ features a set of 30 photographs by Chandra Shekhar Karki, senior photographer; Aishu Mathema and Deepak Tolange, who are also the organizers and curators of the exhibition.
KATHMANDU, Nov 14: Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates – Hundreds of visitors from around the world, attending yesterday’s official public opening celebrations of the Louvre Abu Dhabi, were treated to a low-level fly-by of the Jean Nouvel designed museum by one of Etihad Airways’ flagship Airbus A380 aircraft.
KATHMANDU, Nov 14: A script and project development workshop for directors and producers started from Sunday at Hotel Greenwich Village, Sanepa Height. The four-day workshop is organized by Ekadeshma International Short Film Festival in support of Festival Del Film Locarno and Embassy of Switzerland.
Simply understanding the famous saying, ‘Practice makes a man perfect’ becomes helpful at a time when we long for successful results. Even if the skills are related to writing and speaking. Having said that, practically I want to speak English language with confidence, but I struggle with it while communicating with English speaking people.
Having graduated from Jawaharlal University and trained from National Defense Academy in Pune and Indian Military Academy, Bed Upreti is an experienced pilot as well as the CEO of Aircraft Museum, Sinamangal. His aviation journey began from a scholarship that he received while serving as a second lieutenant. He then completed the Pilots training from Indian Air Force. In 1992, Bed received the Commercial Pilot License from Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), USA. He then flew for Nepal Army for 12 years and worked for Necon air for eight years until 2004. He further worked for Kingfisher Airlines from 2004 to 2012. An author of over a dozen books, including ‘Everest From The Air’, ‘360 Degree Everest From A Pilot’s Eye View’, Bed is currently an instructor and examiner pilot with Wings Abadi (Lion Air) in Indonesia.
KATHMANDU, Nov 14: For a very long time, I had been meaning to get away from all the noise around me. All that was happening around me had consumed me and I needed a breath of fresh air. So, this Saturday I decided to take that time for myself and go on a hike, alone. Yes, I went on a hike alone with some people I did not know. The idea of solo hiking turned out to be just what I needed to reset my mind.
Making his debut as a cricketer in 2006, Gyanendra Malla marked a new beginning in Nepali cricket. Even though he aspired to become an army officer while growing up, the invigorating passion for cricket led his way to enter the national cricket team. He was appointed the vice-captain of Nepal National Cricket Team in 2011 and is currently the Chairperson of Kathmandu Cricket Training Center established in 2008. Under his captaincy, Gyanendra has proudly represented Nepal in numerous national and international matches and bagged prestigious awards for the country.