KATHMANDU, July 7: Exactly ten years ago on July 7, the then popular messaging tool 'Yahoo messenger' had helped establish a relationship between Dikshya Risal of Bhaisepati, Kathmandu, and Sumit Gupta of Uttar Pradesh, India. Long after the messenger became defunct, the relationship created through its medium still stands tall today. The couple is celebrating their 10th anniversary on Friday.
KATHMANDU, June 16: Sushrina’s elder brother Sushant often used to share his dreams of a successful future with his family members. His high ambitions, wish to be a successful person and willingness to serve his parents very much inspired Sushrina.
Sona Thapa, 19, was excited that night to watch the match between Barcelona and PSG. She hadn’t forgotten the pain she felt the last time when Barcelona was defeated by PSG. She was sure that Barcelona would play well this night to make her forget the pain of last week’s defeat.
KATHMANDU, Dec 20: Liu Qibao, chief of the Chinese Communist Party's Publicity Department keenly observed monuments that were damaged by last year earthquakes in the Bhaktapur Durbar Square on Monday morning. But the Nyatapola Temple that still stands tall, surrounded by rubbles of monuments, surprised him.
KATHMANDU, Dec 13: When Sanumaiya Naga, 42, was just a child, she would always happily share her food with her brother Balaram . This week, the same sister donated him her liver and saved his life. When Balaram opened his eyes after the hours-long surgery, the first thing they searched for was none other than Sanumaiya. And the first word the patient uttered in the ICU was “Sister”.
KATHMANDU, Dec 2: Sushil Adhikari, 27, cannot see through his eyes. The visually impaired however has no regrets. He feels that even though he is deprived of physical eyes, he has been blessed with keen inner eyes.
KATHMANDU, Sept 21: Innocent smiles on the cute faces of a school's children disappeared completely on Tuesday morning when they reached school. What had overpowered them was deep sense of fear and insecurity.
KATHMANDU, July 30: When his name was announced as the winner of the annual photo contest organized by the Photojournalist Club, contrary to all expectations, silence filled Rastriya Nachghar's hall, which was teeming with photojournalists and photographers. Soon, a murmur ensued. "Who is Dipak Ratna?" the crowd started asking.
KATHMANDU, July 24: British artist and social activist Jan Salter has donated 54 of her portrait paintings to Maiti Nepal. The ninety year old artist handed over the paintings to Maiti Nepal’s Anuradha Koirala in a farewell ceremony held for her at the organization.