KATHMANDU, Sept 25: Directed and written by Renasha Bantawa Rai, ‘Intu Mintu London Ma’ is a romantic love saga packed with cheesy dialogues and melodrama. The film is a story of Ishan or Intu (Dhiraj Magar) and Meera or Mintu (Samragyee RL Shah).
The photo-sharing app is also a noted advertisement and branding platform. Since its advent, it has attracted millions to reap its benefits that the platform offers. In Nepal also, many people have gained their share of fame through the social app. To find out how they create engaging content and maintain their fan base, My City’s Aditya Neupane interacted with Bibek Pandey and Reshma Ghimire.
Life is an amalgamation of unpredictable ups, and downs. Unfavorable events lead to anxiety. If the stresses keep piling up, it can bring about devastating consequences. Contentious pressure reduces the thinking capacity, hampering the day-to-day activities. Eventually, it leads to fatigue, mental disorders, and provokes suicidal thoughts.
KATHMANDU, Sept 17:Nepali film industry has an illustrious seven-decade-long history which has accepted changes as an integral element of the cinematic evolution. Over time, the technological enhancement in the Nepali film industry, aligned with improved presentation standards, has aided in elevating the standard of Nepali film industry.
KATHMANDU, Sept 16: ‘Ramkahani’ is a love story of Maya (Pooja Sharma) and Ram (Aakash Shrestha). Sharma and Shrestha appear as the lead character of the film in which Jitu Nepal (Janardan) appear as the obstacle of their love life, and as the only antagonist.
Nepali consumers still hesitate to buy from e-commerce platforms though they were introduced a long time back. Despite the reluctance, a team of engineers, Sangam Singh and Binod Chaudhary, are trying their hands on a new e-commerce platform, EverestKart.com. The platform serves as the meeting point for producers and consumers.
KATHMANDU, Sept 11: Festival enthusiasm is portrayed equally in people of all walks of life. Haritalika Teej, better known as Teej, is one such celebration which brings Hindu women together to observe the merriment of the day, and at the same time fast all day. While married women fast hoping for the longevity and good health of their husband, unmarried women fast in hopes of finding a good husband.
The fifth edition ‘Amalgam’ is being held at Siddhartha Art Gallery and its vicinity in Babarmahal. The art exhibition was inaugurated by Ritu Vaidya, managing director of United Traders Syndicate Pvt Ltd, on Tuesday. Sangita Thapa, director of Siddhartha Art Gallery hosted the inaugural program and Vaidya was present as the chief guest during the event.
KATHMANDU, Sept 3: The advent of the 90s brought about massive changes in communication technology. Not only did internet services become accessible to the public, but it introduced independent broadcasters amid the general mass via digital mediums. Additionally, the overall evolution of visual media and digital platforms gradually took over sole dominance radio had established in the broadcasting media.
KATHMANDU, Aug 26: Janai Purnima has a close tie with strings. Every ethnic group that observes the festival carries diverse religious beliefs. However, each division has a common point of unification – the scared threads.
Foreign migration is popular among the youths of Nepal. However, there are some who are still adamant about creating a career back home. Arjun Bhandari is among such youths who found a successful career in Nepal.
Kathmandu has transformed into a melting pot of diverse cultural practices. The concentrated traditions of the entire stretch of Nepal has allowed an assortment of cuisines to find fame in the valley. Though renowned for the indigenous recipes of Kathmandu’s original inhabitants, the capital still flaunts a plethora of cuisines from the diversified cultures that have established their own prominence in the valley.
Drone technology has a broad scope, and its influence is evident in filmmaking, goods delivery, geographical mapping, rescue operations, and many other divisions. However, the use of the aeronautical technology is just budding in Nepal.
Though Nepal is geographically small, the wide-spread cultural, traditional, and natural diversities make its existence unique from the rest of the world. Varied geographical structures and a plethora of flora and faunas have established Nepal as a sought-after tourism hub. However, the authorities have repeatedly fallen behind on capitalizing the tourism possibilities to the maximum, despite numerous efforts to make the most from the incoming international inrush.
KATHMANDU,Aug 9: Drinking water accessibility has become a global problem. Though Nepal is rich in water recourses, increased urbanization and unmanaged extraction of underground water have created a scarcity of water in the country.
KATHMANDU, Aug 2: Deepak Manandhar, 40, is one of those many Nepali youths who had traveled abroad seeking for better opportunities. After a harsh experience and unsatisfied income, Manandhar returned home in 2016.
KATHMANDU, Aug 2: Café Thamel Grind is a joint venture of three young entrepreneurs Nischal Shahi, 20, Prayag Koirala, 24, and Sanchaya Chapagain, 20. The café is the result of the trio’s enthusiasm to try their hands in hospitality management. In doing so, the team went through an intense research and started searching an ideal location to start a restaurant business.
Issuing a complain
What do you do when a taxi denies service, or suggest an unmetered ride? Do you just walk off, or be a responsible citizen and inform the authority of their wrongdoings? If you want to inform of any irregularities, you can either file a complaint by calling at 100 or 103. If there are traffic police nearby, you can directly talk to them and explain the situation.
KATHMANDU, July 26: Like most Nepali youths, Burger House and Crunchy Fried Chicken’s owner Basanta Lama also pursued a foreign dream. With an eight-year-long experience as a chef in Nepal, Lama moved abroad in hopes of finding better opportunities there. Nonetheless, his desire and enthusiasm were his callings back to Nepal.
Mehendi culture mergers fashion and tradition during Shrawan as the devotees of Lord Shiva flaunt intricate henna designs throughout the month. What initially began as a cultural practice has now evolved into a fashion trend, especially among youngsters.