Aishwarya Baidar’s YouTube channel, girlmeetsworld, could be every fashion enthusiasts’ guilty pleasure. Although Baidar has only posted a few videos, she mentions that she has put in a lot of thought into everything and all the videos on her channel are aesthetic and pretty. What’s more is that her videos are actually helpful and provide a lot of tips and inspiration for future outfit styling and combinations.
The other day, I was watching a video on YouTube about Hong Kong. There I saw a group of angry protestors surrounding a policeman. Some tried to attack him with sharp weapons. Others were throwing stones at him. It was too disturbing. I could not watch it further.
ROLPA, Nov 18: During leisure hours, the teachers of Nepal Higher Secondary School of Kotgau, Rolpa, can be seen searching for studies reference videos on Youtube. Most of these teachers try their best to enter classrooms after preparing their teaching materials based on the video. Youtube has transformed into a virtual teacher for these teachers who seek the use of technology in order to teach their students.
KATHMANDU, Oct 4: Tuborg and Channel Arbitrary are back with Season 2 of Tuborg Open Sessions, a YouTube series featuring live studio-recorded performances by various well-known artists. The digital platform promotes creativity, collaboration, experimentation and shall feature songs- both classics and current fan favorites.
Some songs are inextricably tied to certain moments of the year. There's the Justin Timberlake "It's gonna be May" meme, for example, and each year, at the close of September, music fans flock to YouTube to hit play on Green Day's American Idiot hit "Wake Me Up When September Ends."
WASHINGTON, Sept 4: Google, which is owned by Alphabet Inc, and its YouTube video service will pay $170 million (£138 million) to settle allegations that it broke federal law by collecting personal information about children, the Federal Trade Commission said on Wednesday.
Recently, two supposedly super-hit Nepali movies uploaded in Youtube caught my attention: Anmol KC starrer “Kri” and Ramesh Upreti starrer “Aishwarya.” These movies highlight major issues plaguing the Nepali movie industry today.
Queen's original promo video for their 1975 rock opus "Bohemian Rhapsody" has smashed a record by reaching one billion views on YouTube. According to the video-sharing website, it's the first pre-1990s music video to hit that mark.
Whether we actually enjoy cooking or not, all of us are guilty of binge watching numerous food and recipe YouTube videos in a single sitting – that eventually only results in us craving every mouthwatering dish the chefs in these videos cook.
Justin Bieber got his start posting cover songs on YouTube and now he’s working with the platform on a “top secret project.” YouTube announced Thursday that it is planning a project with the Grammy-winning Canadian pop star, set to premiere next year. No more details about the Bieber special were revealed.
KATHMANDU, Feb 20: At a time when the government is drawing flaks from all quarters for allegedly removing Pashupati Sharma’s satirical song from YouTube, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli defended saying that the government has no hand in removing it.
The song ‘Despacito’ (meaning slowly) by Puerto Rican artist Luis Fonsi received many praises, accolades, and awards including three Grammy Award nominations. It wasn’t a surprise then that YouTube was suddenly flooded with many covers and renditions of the song. But one version that stands out is definitely the one where Manice Gandharva reproduces the tunes on his sarangi accompanied by Tunna Bell Thapa on the guitar.
With narratives of great humor and a thousand different way of saying the same the thing, this genre of content creators are fun, intelligent, and extremely perceptive. Here are somebooktubers The Week highly recommends.
A duet featuring Melina Rai and Gobinda Chemjong Limbu -- ‘Aana Ra Suka’ -- was released on Monday on YouTube. The Tara Prakash Limbu composition was penned down by Ram Jan Subba and arranged by Sahas Shakya.
Lyrical video of ‘Lai Lai’ song from the movie ‘Prasad’ was released on YouTube on Tuesday. The video comprises scenes and the picture of the movie. ‘Lai Lai’ was sung by Ketan Chhetri, and written by Ganesh Shahi.
SRS Entertainment’s presentation, ‘Sara Sara’ was released on Tuesday via YouTube. The song is a duet between Mongolian Heart singer -- Raju Lama, and Ramila Gyangmi, and features Alisha Rai, and Gamvir Bista in the video.
KATHMANDU, Sept 11: It’s only been six months since the launch of Ghanta Home Productions. In a short span of time, the YouTube-based entertainment channel has garnered viewers’ appreciation in a great number. The company’s forte: it produces bone-tickling memes.
19-year-old Shanaya Nangia has been gaining steady popularity on YouTube through her travel vlogs, makeup tutorials, and other fun uploads on her channel. Her most watched video has almost 40,000 views. What’s fascinating is that the teenager started her YouTube Channel while pursuing her IBDP.
YouTube released a transparency report on how it is enforcing its community guidelines, which do not allow contents related to "pornography, incitement to violence, harassment, or hate speech", for example.
Don’t have time to hit the gym or the money to splurge on a personal fitness instructor? There is no need to worry. YouTube can get you connected with the best trainers, dieticians, and health freaks from around the globe.
Popular singer Shiva Pariyar recently launched the music video of ‘Aansu Ko Artha’. The video features actors Swastima Khadka and Aakash Shrestha, and is directed by Nikesh Khadka. This is Pariyar’s first video in 2018 that was launched through his Youtube channel.
A friend of mine has started a YouTube Channel expecting to be a famous YouTube star and make millions of dollars in the future. It’s been two months since he started his channel and he has only 5,000 views so far. He is now worried that his dream to take over the world is fading.
BANEPA, Oct 15: Nishan Chandi Shrestha and his two friends who were searching for job after completing their MBA have now become entrepreneurs based on their learning from 2015 earthquake. While volunteering to help the earthquake survivors, they found out that there was scarcity of bricks for reconstruction. That gave them an idea to look for an alternative to the traditional red brick.
Facebook Inc launched its Watch video service to US users on Thursday with plans to allow people to submit shows, as the No. 1 social media network vies with Alphabet Inc’s YouTube for advertising revenue.
When four cover artistes come together to sing a happy version of ‘Bhari Bho Bhari Bho’, it does not take long for music enthusiasts to start dancing. That’s the magic of cover songs - they make you feel new ranges of emotions even when you thought you had felt it all.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 20: Google is promising to be more vigilant about preventing terrorist propaganda and other extremist videos from appearing on its YouTube site amid intensifying criticism about the internet's role in mass violence.
It is no surprise that we spend most of our times on the internet. With the internet providing even more diverse kinds of content, spending time on the internet has further helped the proliferation of the internet. Today, one of the most visited sites on the internet would be YouTube and because of this, a strong community of YouTube content consumers as well as YouTube creators has made their way to the platform.
YouTube has become a source of entertainment worldwide. Youngster these days are no more interested in tuning on the TV and waiting for their favorite cartoon. Instead they prefer to stay online and search for their favorite videos. This trend has not only replaced TV with YouTube but has also given rise to various YouTube sensations and crazy fan following.
Explore Gadgets is a popular Nepali YouTube channel which has more than 300,000 subscribers. Established on July, 2012, the channel is full of informational videos on new gadgets, applications, games, and technology-related tutorials, among others.
The channel is run by group of young Nepali youths, including Prabhat Yadav ,Sohil Shrestha, Saphal Adhikari, Ayush Bista , Samman Bista, and Binod Gautam.
It’s hard to believe that we’re only a couple of short weeks away from the end of the year. As it has over the past few years, YouTube has taken that opportunity to release a mashup of all the top events, memes, videos, and songs from the year.