KATHMANDU, Oct 24: Mobile phones have replaced many aspects of our life. Smartphones have penetrated our life so much that we now turn to our phones for almost everything whether it's for clicking pictures or to check time, to mark a date or take notes, and to communicate with our friends and family. Meanwhile, a new trend has dawned where mobile phones are also changing the way we pay our bills.
KATHMANDU, Oct 19: It is not necessary that there is a back story behind every business. The Local Project started as a start-up for other start-ups in April 29, 2017, and is now giving a platform to new and unique local Nepali products. The Local Project opened as a part of Evoke Café and Bistro Community in Jhamsikhel and has received much recognition ever since.
KATHMANDU, Oct 19: Though online shopping of groceries is a comparatively new concept in our country, the best part about the facility is that the items get delivered at your doorstep, so you don’t have to worry about the traffic and the burden of your grocery bags.
KATHMANDU, Oct 16: Almost 11 years after the insurgency era, the victims have yet to receive justice for the heinous crimes conducted against their family members. Justice is scarcer for women who lost their spouses and feeding hands of the family in the insurgency.
KATHMANDU, Sept 25: We have reached a time when manual labor is gradually being replaced with digital resources. Banking is one of the industries that undergoes numerous transactions and requires proper data storage. The younger generations of people have adapted technology in various sectors of their lives, banking being one of those sectors, while the older generations have shown some level of reluctance to adapt it completely.
KATHMANDU, Sept 21: With Ghatasthapana begins the biggest and most celebrated festival among Hindus in Nepal. Ghatasthapana falls on Ashwin Shukla Pratibada or the first day of the waxing moon. This year, Ghatasthapana falls on September 21 and the nation is gearing up to welcome the Bada Dashain festival.
KATHMANDU, Sept 19: Art is a form of expression. It’s a medium where one is free to express their story any which way they like. Of all forms of art, theater is one of the most expressive and raw forms of storytelling.
KATHMANDU, Sept 18: Most office-goers in our country spend their day off on Saturday catching up on their social life. On Saturday, people from the Newari community residing in different parts of the Kathmandu Valley chose to discuss and promote Newari culture at Patan Museum.
KATHMANDU, Sept 14: Some three years ago, John Chhetri was chatting with Ekta Books’ Owner Ram Chandra Timothy over a cup of coffee. They both discussed the idea to create an i-learning system and agreed to work upon it.
KATHMANDU, Sept 11: Heritage Garden, Sanepa on Saturday became a hub for the fans of Batman, Deadpool, Wonder Woman, Luffy, Shanks, Queen of Pain, Pikachu, Jon Snow and Night King, among other fantasy characters.
KATHMANDU, Sept 7: The chariot procession of living goddess Kumari, traditional music, lakhe, pulukisi and samaybaji are some of the highlights of Indra Jatra. Every year, people gather at Basantapur with enthusiasm to enjoy the joyous and colorful festival of Indra Jatra.
If you start walking around Jhamsikhel area, you come across numerous signboards that advertise various brands and lure passersby. Jhamsikhel has established a reputation for itself as one can find all kinds of restaurants, cafés and shops with unique ideas in the area.
KATHMANDU: Playing Super Mario in your childhood, you must have dreamt about being a hero yourself. While becoming a knight in shining armor might be a far-fetched dream in real life, you can be a hero and defend your castle with Top.
KATHMANDU: When we think about a dream house, a nice, open space with high-end furniture and a lawn to relax in the evening comes to our minds. But with the rampant house construction in Kathmandu, it has become nearly impossible to see a space that fits the description.
KATHMANDU, Aug 31: The 12th edition of NADA Auto Show kicked off on Tuesday at Bhrikutimandap, Exhibition Hall, Exhibition Road. This edition of the show was jointly organized by NADA Automobiles Association of Nepal and Global Exposition and Management Services Pvt Ltd.
Games and sports are essential to one’s health. It encourages not only physical wellbeing but also a sound mental health. Although many Nepali sportspersons have the caliber to perform in an international arena, the government has failed to prioritize sports.