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Trust, but be always on your guard: Rupa Sharma

Trust, but be always on your guard: Rupa Sharma

- by Republica

Since 2002, Rupa Sharma has been active in the Nepal’s journalism and women welfare sector and her efforts have been recognized by various government and non-government organizations. As editor and presenter of ‘Aajako Charcha’— a...

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Mani Kumar Lama: Multi-sport athlete

Mani Kumar Lama: Multi-sport athlete

- by Kiran Lama

Last month, Nepali national futsal team attended the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Futsal Championship 2020 qualifiers held in Iran. This was the team’s second participation representing Nepal.

Asmita Khanal: A sporty actor

Asmita Khanal: A sporty actor

- by Aditya Neupane

Asmita Khanal's main goal was to support body growth via gymnastic but eventually this sport grew into her passion. And, now she is the an international female gymnastic player.

SAG includes fencing for the first time: Nepali fencer Payas aims for gold

SAG includes fencing for the first time: Nepali fencer Payas aims for gold

- by Kiran Lama

A group of young girls and boys who were clad in the white kit were practicing with swords at the covered hall of National Police Academy, Maharajgunj on Thursday. They all were national fencers—preparing for the upcoming South Asian Games (SAG) 2019 in the closed camp. Excitement and enthusiasm were clearly visible on their faces while practicing since the combat sport— fencing; is being included for the first time in 13th edition of SAG.

Poetry detoxifies mental toxin:  Viplob Pratik

Poetry detoxifies mental toxin:  Viplob Pratik

- by Kiran Lama

Viplob Pratik is a prolific name when it comes to poems, lyrics, and translation in contemporary Nepali literary fraternity.  Born and raised in Kathmandu, Pratik has penned over a hundred poems in Nepali and English including two poem collections: 'The person kissed by moon' and 'Nahareko Manchhe'.

When music becomes passion

When music becomes passion

- by Anwesha Khadka

Music has the power of healing and connecting people. And Damodar Adhikari is a musician who also teaches music. He has sung and composed songs like Jaga Jaga, Yahi Ho Mero Desh, Bandaina Nepal, Bideshma Basne Gari, Baba Rahesamma, Shirima Shiri, Ma Sano Balak and so on.

Instant Inquiry with Ritavrat Joshi

Instant Inquiry with Ritavrat Joshi

- by Republica

Ritavrat Joshi is one of the emerging bass players in Nepal. He’s currently involved in Kamero, Space and his solo act, Lawpacks. MyCity features Joshi on this week’s Instant Inquiry. Here’s what he had to say:

Instant Inquiry with Rajesh Nepali

Instant Inquiry with Rajesh Nepali

- by Rahat Poudel

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. MyCity features Nepali on this week’s Instant Inquiry. Here are the results:

Obstacles exist to make you stronger

Obstacles exist to make you stronger

- by Anwesha Khadka

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.