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5 things about Bindu Pariyar

5 things about Bindu Pariyar

- by Sangita Shrestha

'Parkha Parkha Mayalu' famed singer Bindu Pariyar has been entertaining Nepali music lovers with her modern and folk tuned songs. In her seven years' career in singing, she has already sung more than 300 Nepali...

Ustad Sudarshan Rajopadhaya's love for Sarod

Ustad Sudarshan Rajopadhaya's love for Sarod

- by Sangita Shrestha

Ustad Sudarshan Rajopadhaya also known as Ustad Yesraj has been playing the instrument Sarod for the past 30 years. He is not only accustomed to playing Sarod but he is also a singer, composer and...

Creating her own opportunity

Creating her own opportunity

- by Sangita Shrestha

Anisha Maharjan is the first winner of ‘Dopper Changemaker' that was held in 2019. Dopper Changemaker 2019 in Nepal was about supporting students to implement their thesis or graduation project on two major environmental issues:...

Working for the girls’ empowerment and education

Working for the girls’ empowerment and education

- by Sangita Shrestha

Salina Tamang is the Girls Education Program Manager at Room to Read Nepal. She has more than 18 years of experience working in the development sector. She has worked with marginalized and stigmatized groups (sexual...

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Five Things about Saruk Tamrakar

Five Things about Saruk Tamrakar

- by Republica

Saruk Tamrakar has rocked the screen as an actor in feature films like ‘Rani’, ‘Intu Mintu Londonma’, ‘Meri Mamu’ and ‘Namari Baanchey’.  Also, he was featured in several short films such as ‘Happy New Year’, ‘Thirsty’ among others. Not only on screen, but he is also skilled behind the screen as a director and producer.

Dipika’s podcast for young immigrant population in the US

Dipika’s podcast for young immigrant population in the US

- by Sangita Shrestha

Dipika Shrestha is the co-host and co-producer, of podcast ‘At the End of the Day’ – a weekly career guide for new young immigrants in the US. She has always been passionate about using multimedia to bring about change in people’s lives.

Here’s Why: Libraries are important in our digital world

Here’s Why: Libraries are important in our digital world

- by Sangita Shrestha

A person with knowledge is powerful and no one can take it away from them. And books help them to gain knowledge where libraries are the resources. However, we lack proper library in our community and digitization has also affected in the establishment of libraries.

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 program aired on Nepal Television she was able to bring to the fore social and cultural restraints hampering women’s right.

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'.