Rajesh Nepali is an emerging Nepali musician who became the internet sensation due to his highly known high-octave vocals. Started from doing gigs in the bar and restaurant, Nepali is currently working on his debut album that is releasing any time soon.
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It's not easy to get past criticism from your friends, especially when you are a teen. Having been criticized by friends for joining a commerce course, which lead him to choose CA, Thanesor Bashyal feels he chose the right career path. Currently the managing partner of Bashyal & Associates and holding shares in many other companies, he is also involved in social works.
Astha Tamang-Maskey is a Toronto-based Nepali indie alternative pop singer/songwriter and a rising sound engineer. With 2 studio albums released, she is currently working on her third full-length Nepali album, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’, which is scheduled to release in 2020. The title track of the upcoming record released on July 27.
In the heat of the time, keeping track of the chores goes awful beyond measure. But when it’s planned, it’s easy to spend a day. Sure, you’ll be busy but there’s not any way that you’re increasing your productivity.
Despite being in a family of professional doctors; Professor Dr Hem Raj Pant was always interested in becoming an engineer. Though he couldn't do his bachelor's degree in engineering, he did his PhD in the engineering field. Currently, he is working as a professor in Department of Applied Sciences at Institute of Engineering (IOE), Pukchowk Campus affiliated to Tribhuvan University. Moreover, he often travels to different universities abroad as a guest lecturer. He is one of the Nepali scientists whose articles have been citied the most. And he is the recipient of Nepal Technology Award from Prime minister of Nepal (Nepal Academy of Science and Technology, Government of Nepal in 2018) and he has been listed in Marquis Who’s Who in the World 31st Edition, USA, 2014, among other awards and honors.
Beebal Singh Limbu graduated in the first batch of Travel and Tourism Management course from Nepal College of Travel and Tourism Management. He completed his studies in 2001 and started his career eventually. He used to manage rafting tour, and then he began to tour tourists in Nepal, India and Tibet. He still is working as a guide but his tour has a purpose.