KATHMANDU, Oct 26: A good cup of tea is always the best way to start the day. Some take it black and plain, other like tea with milk and spices. Though there are numerous cafes and coffee lounges catering to the younger generation that crave coffee, Chiyapaan is probably the very first tea lounge in Kathmandu.
KATHMANDU, Oct 26: The Gharana Music Festival is back with a set of power pact performances by artists around the world. Gharana Music Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding the scope of classical music and music education in Nepal, has geared up with its acclaimed artists to throb the heartbeats of Nepali audience through rejuvenating numbers from Wednesday.
One actually realizes the pleasant change that occurred only after personally visiting Thamel. Cleanliness activities have started in the area, plans to boost floriculture are taking a right direction, and the results are expected to be fruitful.
The law gives us the rights to sexual and reproductive health. That means no one can force a woman into having children. It is up to the woman when and how she wants it as long as she is of age and sound health. Healthwise, it is suggested to have the first child by 30. Globally 35 plus moms are put under “older” category considering their age.
MUMBAI, Oct 24: With films such as 'Munna Bhai MBBS', 'Lage Raho Munnabhai', '3 Idiots' and 'PK' to his credit, Rajkumar Hirani is one of the most sought-after directors in Bollywood, but the filmmaker believes there is no formula for success in movies.
LOS ANGELES, Oct 24: Actress Famke Janssen, who originally essayed the role of Jean Grey in most of the ‘X-Men’ franchise films, blames Hollywood's sexism for her exit from the series.
"I didn't give up, they gave up on me. There's a big difference," Janssen told usmagazine.com.
She cited ageism and sexism as the reasons of her exit.