Women’s rights activist and feminist icon Kamla Bhasin passes away

Published On: September 25, 2021 12:57 PM NPT By: Republica

KATHMANDU, Sept 25: Popular women's rights activist, poet and author Kamla Bhasin passed away on September 25 due to cancer. She was 75.

MUMBAI, July 7: Dilip Kumar, one of India's most respected actors and known for his roles as a tragic hero in Bollywood films, died on Wednesday morning, his family said.

Covid-19’s known unknowns

Published On: May 6, 2021 06:17 AM NPT By: Republica

The more certain someone is about covid-19, the less you should trust them In 2019, the medical historian Mark Honigsbaum concluded his book The Pandemic Century by saying: “The only thing that is certain is that there will be new plagues and new pandemics. It is not a question of if, but when.”

An agreement has been signed between actor Paul Shah, his manager Kishna Prasad Joshi and filmmaker Arun Pradan to settle their disputes on the case of misconduct on Friday.

KATHMANDU, Jan 22: A book "Pararastrakaa prashasak amirmunsidekhi pararastra secretarysamma" authored by former foreign secretary Dr Madan Kumar Bhattarai was released in Kathmandu on Friday.

KATHMANDU, Jan 3: Actor Dayahang Rai has said that many contemporary Nepali filmmakers lack the knowledge and skills required to make quality cinemas.

The great China had been sinking In the murky pit of gloom. Burnt in hookahs many a things: Hashish, hemp and opium. These are the opening lines of the epic Lu Xun, originally composed in Nepali language by the well-known poet Rambabu Subedi, and later translated into English by Mahesh Poudel. Subedi is a poet.

KATHMANDU, Nov 20: Devotees thronged Teku Dovan in Kathmandu to observe the Chhath festival on Friday evening.

KATHMANDU, Nov 19: Indian actor Salman Khan has gone into home isolation after his driver and two personal staff members tested positive for COVID-19, media reports said.

Chhath festival begins by worshipping the sun

Published On: November 18, 2020 07:00 PM NPT By: RSS

KATHMANDU, Nov 18: The Chhath festival began on Wednesday. The four-day-long festival is being celebrated mainly by Hindus in the Terai/Madhesh region of Nepal. People from Terai region are observing Chhath festival in various parts of the Kathmandu Valley including Ranipokhari, Gaurighat, Kupandole.