SURKHET, Jan 16: Once a beautiful lake covering an area of 12 hectares in the middle of a dense jungle, Baraha Lake of Surkhet has turned into a pasture after drying up. Provincial government of Karnali has prepared a master plan to restore the lost glory of the lake.
Pop star Selena Gomez returns with self-love anthem 'Lose You to Love me' after her last album 'Revival' in 2015. The 27-year old star's song reflects how her relationship with herself became better following the end of a toxic relationship.
WELLINGTON, Sept 19: A teenage thrash metal band screams out Maori lyrics in its latest videos. A popular radio host is learning New Zealand's indigenous language and sharing new vocabulary with his audience.
LIVERPOOL, Nov 30: Wayne Rooney scored from his own half to haunt his former manager David Moyes with a first hat-trick for Everton in a 4-0 thrashing of West Ham United on Wednesday which lifted the Blues away from the Premier League relegation zone.
KATHMANDU, March 14: Only 11 industries and companies have sought financial subsidies from the economic revival fund that the government set up to help the private sector hit by the 2015 earthquakes, Tarai turmoil and the unofficial blockade imposed by India.
Curiously, a right-wing wave that is sweeping the world is also producing many right-wing women leaders. Be it Theresa May, the leader of the Conservative Party and current Prime minister of Great Britain, or Marine Le Pen of France who is now contesting the presidential election in France.
We have heard musicians retelling stories of how addictive they find music and how they just can’t let go. It’s the reason Axis band’s front man, Sandeep Bishwokarma, also cites, in a rather matter of fact fashion, for his latest comeback. It’s certainly been a while since we last saw the singer in action, nine years to be exact. But while he has been away in Hong Kong for most parts, Bishwokarma shares that music has always been on his mind. This was eventually going to happen.
KATHMANDU, Nov 5: Seventh grader Om Mahaseth does not prefer to return to his home in Dhanusha district. He is happy to live far away from his home along with his two sisters and a brother in an ashram, which provides food, education and shelter free of cost.