On the occasion of ‘World Hindi Day’, Nepali poems of Aadikabi Bhanubhakta Acharya was translated into Hindi and launched as an anthology titled ‘Bhanubhaktako Kavitayen’.
Nepal cancer hospital and research center, and Nepal Cancer Support Group organized a unique ramp walk titled ‘Sudipta Cancer Survivors Ramp Show’, where people cured from cancer participated.
All the graduates of Bsc CSIT 4th batch and 5th batch, BBS 9th batch and past graduates, BBA 11th and BIM 13th batch were felicitated with tokens of love.
Captain Fantastic’ is a Matt Ross’s directorial movie that casts Viggo Mortensen as a father. A father, who is devoted in raising his six kids at the place isolated from the society, giving them intellectual education and training them to be physically fit and sporty.
- by Aditya Neupane
A UK based travel magazine ‘Wanderlust’ listed Nepal in ‘The top 15 places you need to visit in 2019’. The magazine credits the ‘conservation efforts’ of the national parks as the major reason to visit Nepal.
- by Kiran Lama
Collaborating with two co-partners Ramesh Bhandari and Samir Thapa, Thapa recently introduced Yuresa at Peoples Plaza
‘D’ Winter fashion show & Musical Night concluded on Saturday at the premises of Liquid Lounge & Bar, Durbarmarg. Actor Ramit Dhungana was the chief guest of the event.
After an interval of one year, director Suraj Subba is marking his comeback with ‘Hridaya Bhari’.
Lyricist, Urmila Koirala launched her first song collection titled ‘Dilko Gajur’. The event was held amidst a special program organized at the premises of meeting hall of Banepa Municipality.
Minister for Labor, Employment and Social Security, Gokarna Bista has shown his concern in the upcoming social film ‘Gopi’. In an interaction with the film-unit, Minister Bista stated that the trailer of the film made him curious.
Don’t run away. If you start running away from any hardships or challenges that come your way, then you will be running all your life. Three months will go by in a jiffy. Be dedicated and don’t give up easily.
- by Reuters
A California jury on Monday heard opening statements in the latest trial over allegations that Johnson & Johnson’s talc-based products, including the company’s baby powder, were contaminated with asbestos and cause cancer.
- by Shahin Sunuwar Rasaili
Be it the sun shining or gloomy clouds hovering in the sky of Patan, the alleys of Krishna Mandir would lead you to Dev Nandhan Choudhary’s open fruit shop.
Poet Jeevan Khatri launched his anthology titled ‘Aagoko Barnamala’ on Saturday at the premises of Sarwanam Theater, Kathmandu. The anthology was jointly launched by Khatri’s parents, poet Tulsi Diwas, Bimal Acharya and Deepak Sapkota.
- by Aditya Neupane
In conversation with MyCity’s Aditya Neupane, Sharma revealed five lesser known facts about her that many might not know about her.
Makers of ‘Bulbul’ are trying innovative ideas to promote the film. They recently launched the film’s first song organizing flash mobs in five different cities of the country. The teasers of the film were released featuring the lead characters. The production team also released promotional video where Khadka is seen interviewing her own film character Ranakala.
- by Rahat Poudel
Despite the pollution and the social injustices, Nepal is one of the best destinations for the people to travel. As #VisitNepal2020 works are running, promotion to the domestic places are equally going. There are lots of travelers who are helping to the goal directly or indirectly. Rishav Adhikari aka Shutter Psycho is one of those avid travelers. He travels and shares his followers on his social media about the stories of his exploration to the secrets of Nepal. He introduces himself as someone who is traveling somewhere all the time. During a chat with MyCity, he shared his experiences and thoughts about his adventure:
‘Miss Tamang 2019’ called for applications from interested Tamang females to unveil their hidden talent. The competition is jointly organized y Sadhana Kala Kendra and Everest Fashion Home.
Nepali film 'Bir Bikram 2’ released its first song titled ‘Pirati Ko Mitho Tirsana’. The song features Paul Shah, Barsha Siwakoti, and Najir Hussen. The song is shot at different locations in Manang and Mustang. Prominent singers Taraprakash Limbu and Melina Rai have lent voices to the song. (Translated by Aditya Neupane)
The pictorial display studies the system of meanings in its relations with urban forms, and a way of life in which the past and the new forces of change coexist.