KATHMANDU, Aug 13: ‘Ride Kastamanap to Khokana’ kicked off from Basantapur, this Saturday, aiming to bring the attention of concerned authorities for the reconstruction of monuments that were devastated during the 2015 earthquake. The fourth edition of the annual event, jointly organized by ‘Concept Nepal’ and ‘Khokana renovation and reestablishment committee’ saw a participation of around 200 cyclists.
KATHMANDU, Aug 13: After the success of Grind-I and Grind-II, Party Nepal is now gearing for ‘Grind-III’, after a six-year hiatus. With the tagline “Let’s get out of the box”, the organizers look to mobilize the biggest volume of the domestic tourist.
KATHMANDU, Aug 13: The winners of the‘10th National Water Rocket 2018’ have qualified to participate in the International Water Rocket 2018 in Singapore, this November. The competition was held on Saturday at The Celebration Co-ed School, Jorpati.
KATHMANDU, Aug 12: Dedicated vlogging is a definite route to fame, courtesy of the innovative cinematography that the contemporary video makers have in abundance. Intriguing storytelling, smart editing, and creative camera work have elevated the video content ensuring audience engagement to the maximum. Moreover, the variance in genres has provided viewers of each category, one thing or the other to engage to.
Tigers are the mammals of the Felidae family and one of the four ‘big cats’ in the Panthera genus. They have the species name Panthera tigris. They are predatory carnivores and the largest and most powerful of all living cats.
Though sports is considered a male-dominated domain, many women have excelled showcasing equal might. Nepal is also witnessing a similar change. For instance, in July this year, a group of Nepali teenagers from the remote Mugu participated in Donosti Cup in Spain. Similarly, many more female athletes have gained prominence in various other sports.
Anil Nakarmi was in the middle of a conversation with his friends when I spotted him in a shelter in Basantapur. The 44-year-old Sindhupalchowk native works as a rickshaw puller. He heads a family of that consists of his spouse, and four daughters. He says he first set foot in Kathmandu 22 years back. In the beginning, he made his living washing dishes. Later, he worked as a mason.
KATHMANDU,Aug 12: Monsoon brings joy with rain. On the contrary, it also turns as ugly when the same rain is contaminated by harmful bacteria and cause skin problems. Dermatologist Dr Smriti Shrestha says it is the time of the year people face a lot of dreadful skin allergies and infections. Shrestha said that the main cause of monsoon allergy is the sun and wind.
KATHMANDU, Aug 12: Participants of Global Youth Parliament, comprising representatives from several countries, have emphasized the role of youth in achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.