September 27, 2019 04:51 PM NPT
By: Rahat Poudel
Moin Uddin worked in a media before he decided; he’d join as a fellow to ‘Teach For Nepal’ movement. Currently, he teaches English in Shree Terse Secondary School, Talamarang, Sindhupalchowk. Besides his passion for teaching, he writes poems and makes vlogs daily.
Rajesh Nepali is an emerging Nepali musician who became the internet sensation due to his highly known high-octave vocals. Started from doing gigs in the bar and restaurant, Nepali is currently working on his debut album that is releasing any time soon.
MyCity features Nepali on this week’s Instant Inquiry. Here are the results:
Astha Tamang-Maskey is a Toronto-based Nepali indie alternative pop singer/songwriter and a rising sound engineer. With 2 studio albums released, she is currently working on her third full-length Nepali album, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’, which is scheduled to release in 2020. The title track of the upcoming record released on July 27.
In the heat of the time, keeping track of the chores goes awful beyond measure. But when it’s planned, it’s easy to spend a day. Sure, you’ll be busy but there’s not any way that you’re increasing your productivity.
Digital media is already at its peak and there is no doubt on that. While many of us might not have the time to read a lengthy article, source of information such as podcasts are already fitting in our busy lives.
Jigmee Wangchuk Lepcha is a vocalist for the rock band, The Midnight Riders. The band is mostly known for ‘Yaatra’ album and AC/DC tribute shows. MyCity caught Lepcha for Instant Inquiry. Here’s what he had to say:
Simon Upreti is an emerging bassist/vocalist in the Nepali music scene. He’s currently affiliated with bands like ASM, Grasstunes and The Mellow Malady. MyCity caught Simon for Instant Inquiry. Here are the results:
Nepali rock band, 1974AD has reunited with their original members. The band announced their reunion at an announcement event ‘Nirantarta’, held at Moksh, Jhamshikhel on Monday. The original lineup includes Phiroj Shyangden, Adrian Pradhan, Manoj Kumar KC, Nirakar Yakthumba and Sanjay Shrestha.
We are bit familiar with the robotics scene in Nepal. Not only working as waiters in restaurants and cafes, we see robots competing on a football match, race and so on. Despite all those, there are many who carry a mindset of robotics being waste of energy and time.
It’s difficult to find good workers to fix your house’s electricity and washroom these days. Be it plumbing or interior repairs, some of the chores remain untouched for days because of not knowing good workers. Once you find one, other issues arise regarding the money value and work timings.
Mukti and Revival released ‘Swotantra’ at Patan Museum, Patan on May 25. To know more about their new album, MyCity caught the legendary Mukti Shakya at his residence. The frontman of MNR says he will do music until his last breath. “I am a rock and roll person,” he adds.
According to the data published by Department of Transport Management (DoTM), more than four hundred thousand vehicles were registered in the last fiscal year, leaving the total number of vehicles to 3.22 million by 2017/18; 2.5 million of which are motorcycles alone.
If you travel around the valley (especially Jamal and Jhamsikhel area), you might see a boy maneuvering a bike-ride extraordinarily with just one leg. Despite a tragic accident at an early age, a promise to himself made him the person he is now. Thankfully, that boy Yubak Lama committed to riding a bike with one leg, proving and standing as a voice to the people who have undergone a similar situation like his.