Bhattarai is one of the leading multimedia journalists associated with Nepal Republic Media, the publisher of Republica English Daily (@RepublicaNepal) & Nagarik Daily (@nagarik_news). He is in mainstream journalism since a decade. His online TV show ‘Nagarik Show’ is one of the most watched shows on YouTube. Also, a renowned photojournalist, Bhattarai was awarded by Bird Conservation Nepal in 2014 for vulture conservation through photojournalism.
KATHMANDU, Nov 24: At the same time last year, people were compelled to live in dark up to 7-8 hours. But, things are different now. There is no load-shedding in the Kathmandu Valley since more than a month.
KATHMANDU, Nov 23: At the time when people in the Capital City are confused whether power cut will restart or not, Minister for Energy Janardan Sharma has claimed that the uninterrupted power supply will continue.
Rara Lake located in Mugu district is one of the largest and deepest lake in Nepal. The lake is still a rural backwater due to lack of proper transportation facilities, geographical difficulty and state’s negligence.
KATHMANDU, Oct 27: Dr Govinda KC has warned of staging a sit-in against the parties trying to fail the impeachment motion against suspended Chief at the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA), Lokman Singh Karki.
KATHMANDU, Sept 22: Chairman of Rastriya Prajatantra Party - Nepal (RPP-N) and Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of the erstwhile KP Oli government, Kamal Thapa is one of those few and far between Nepali politicians who openly speaks about what they call India’s increasing ‘interference’ in Nepal. The support that Thapa had provided to the Oli government was no less than that of any leader or minister from Oli’s own party, the CPN (UML).
Magsaysay award winner Mahabir Pun is active in rural areas of the country for 25 years with a roadmap and a dream of a prosperous Nepal. He argues that the dreams of Nepal becoming a developed country and the ambitious projects shared by former Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli are possible.
With an unprecedented activeness of China, India seems preparing to counter it. India's Nepal Affairs expert and retired Indian Army General Ashok Mehta has revealed that during a video interview for Nagarik Show.
MUSTANG, July 17: Due to the sheer negligence of the government, salt mine located in Upper Mustang has remained close since many years. In the past years, the salt was processed using traditional skills and techniques and was supplied to different parts of the country.
LIPING, July 13: Towering mountains loom above. The mighty Bhotekoshi river flows below, clearly separating Nepal and the People's Republic of China. A few houses stand alongside the river and a few others are poised precariously on the slopes along the Araniko Highway. It is a scene that makes one shudder a little even at normal times. But now it is even more unsettling, thanks to the recent flooding in the Bhotekoshi followed by landslides. Liping, the local bazar leading up to the Miteri bridge linking the two countries, is in shambles. Thousands of traders and members of the general public have been affected.
Increased activities from the Chinese side at the border point, upgradation of the security post, surveillance through CCTV cameras, and construction of physical infrastructures signal that the global economic giant is preparing to resume the transit point. But, is Nepal ready?