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Culturally important Dattartreya area turning to a parking lot

Culturally important Dattartreya area turning to a parking lot

- by Renu Twanabasu

Apart from historical tales heard worldwide, Nepal has lots of historical places which carry the legacy of cultural history passing it down to generations. Listed in UNSECO’s World Heritage Site, Dattatreya temple is historically and culturally important for Nepal. Since the past few years, the culturally important place has turned out to be more of a parking lot.

Pashupatinath complex offering serenity to all

Pashupatinath complex offering serenity to all

- by Keshab Thoker

Though non-hindus are prohibited inside the Pashupatinath complex, they are allowed outside the temple complex. Moreover, people from different walks of life visit the area for the serenity that this place offers.

Meghan Markle turns guest editor of British Vogue!

Meghan Markle turns guest editor of British Vogue!

- by Agencies

Meghan Markle, who is a humanitarian and a former actor, added a new achievement to her resume - editor! The Duchess of Sussex has guest-edited the 2019 September issue of the iconic fashion magazine, British Vogue titled 'Forces for Change', which will also feature a candid conversation between the former 'Suits' actor and former First Lady Michelle Obama, reported People.

Christina Milian reveals she's pregnant!

Christina Milian reveals she's pregnant!

- by Agencies

Congratulations are in order for American actor-singer Christina Milian and her boyfriend Matt Pokora! The 37-year-old star made the happy announcement that she's expecting her first child with her boyfriend by sharing a photo on Instagram featuring herself holding a sonogram over her bump while standing beside her beau.

Cardi B calls out Donald Trump over police brutality

Cardi B calls out Donald Trump over police brutality

- by Agencies

American rapper Cardi B, who never shies away from speaking her mind, slammed US President Donald Trump, accusing him of ignoring police brutality against people of color. In a blistering Instagram live video, the rapper called out Trump for the manner in which he has handled police brutality against people of color, insisting that "he doesn't care," reported Fox News.

Dhiraj Magar expresses happiness as he graduated

Dhiraj Magar expresses happiness as he graduated

- by Republica

Started off as a YouTuber who created his channel ‘That Dude Vlogs’ in 2013, Dhiraj Magar started to gain popularity since 2015. He published K-pop reaction videos, personal vlogging adventures and K-pop commentary in his official channel. And eventually in 2018, he debuted as an actor, sharing screen space with Samragyee Rajya Laxmi Shah in romance genre ‘Intu Mintu Londonma’.

Youngsters helping people in need

Youngsters helping people in need

- by Anwesha Khadka

There are hardships in everybody’s life. However, there are those who are struggling for basic needs such as clothing and more. Nevertheless, since July 22 this year, an active group of youngsters, all students studying at a different level, from SEE to Master’s, took initiation for helping the ones in need.

Police ordered to pull their weight as Indonesia fights obesity

Police ordered to pull their weight as Indonesia fights obesity

- by Reuters

An Indonesian province has put 50 overweight police on a crash program of aerobics, swimming and jogging, telling them they’d better shape up for the job. The officers in East Java are being closely monitored on the two-week program and also get guidance from nutritionists and medical experts, said spokesman Frans Barung Mangera.

‘Orange Is the New Black’ offers fans a way to give back

‘Orange Is the New Black’ offers fans a way to give back

- by Associated Press

The Netflix series “Orange Is the New Black” isn’t content with leaving behind a legacy of good television. It wants to do good in the real world, too. The series creative team said Thursday it has formed a fund that will support advocacy groups pressing for criminal justice reform and women re-entering society from prison, protect immigrants rights and end mass incarceration.

Jason Statham thanks stuntmen, calls them 'unsung heroes'

Jason Statham thanks stuntmen, calls them 'unsung heroes'

After the shooting for 'Fast and Furious 9' came to a halt following an injury suffered by a stuntman, actor Jason Statham opened up about the incident and thanked the "unsung heroes". "It's an unpredictable science," People quoted the actor as saying in an interview given to Extra. He added, "You do every measure that you can eliminate these things from happening. It's just a real shame that accidents happen. It's awful for the families when someone gets really hurt."

Oscar winner Anne Hathaway is pregnant with baby No. 2

Oscar winner Anne Hathaway is pregnant with baby No. 2

- by Associated Press

Anne Hathaway is signing up for more diaper duty. The 36-year-old actress announced Wednesday on her Instagram account that she and her husband, actor and jewelry designer Adam Shulman, are expecting their second child.

Mob lynching has become an epidemic: Swara Bhasker

Mob lynching has become an epidemic: Swara Bhasker

- by Agencies

Actor Swara Bhasker, known for speaking her mind on various socio-political issues, said it's hard to "turn our face away from the harsh reality" of increasing cases of mob lynching in the country. Praising the efforts of 49 celebrities who have written an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressing their concern over mob lynching she said a strong law is needed to deal with the issue.

James Cameron teams up with Nat Geo for 'Mission OceanX'

James Cameron teams up with Nat Geo for 'Mission OceanX'

- by Agencies

Ace Hollywood director James Cameron is set to head the interesting project for National Geographic titled 'Mission Ocean X' which will follow a groundbreaking ocean exploration mission. The 'Titanic' director is no stranger to the deep, having dived down to the Mariana Trench in a submarine in 2012, among other aquatic adventures.

‘Art of Self-Defense’ examines, satirizes toxic masculinity

‘Art of Self-Defense’ examines, satirizes toxic masculinity

- by Associated Press

Director Riley Stearns says he didn’t realize he was making a perfect movie for 2019 when he started writing ”The Art of Self-Defense ” four years ago. But his darkly comedic riff on toxic masculinity starring Jesse Eisenberg as a timid and “weak” man who takes up karate just kept becoming more relevant. The Harvey Weinstein allegations broke during the shoot in 2017 and the #MeToo movement became a phenomenon.

Hrithik's 'Super 30' tax-free in Delhi

Hrithik's 'Super 30' tax-free in Delhi

- by Agencies

After securing tax-free status in Bihar, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Gujarat, Hrithik Roshan-starrer 'Super 30', which is roaring at the box office, was on Wednesday declared tax free in the national capital. Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia, announced the news on his Twitter and said the film will inspire students and teachers in the region.