KANCHANPUR, July 25: Shuklaphanta national park has reported zero poaching after hidden cameras were installed at various places inside the park. Such cameras have been installed at more than two dozen places with high possibility of poaching.
Sabrina Dongol, 25, quit her job as an IT professional and started working as a freelance photographer. Photography, she says, came spontaneously. It was almost like second nature. But what started out as a mere hobby soon turned into a full-fledged career. Today, she takes on commissioned photography assignments as well as films documentaries.
What we love about movies is how they become adaptations of lives that were, could be and should be. Movies are portals through which stories are lived, loved, and cherished. Integral to the movies are the artists who bring life into the characters and give color to the pictures and voices to the stories. But the artists often have stories of their own that could pass off as movie plots.
PALPA, July 22: With the objective of creating a beautiful city, Tansen Municipality has started a campaign to punish the people who throw garbage in public places on the basis of CCTV cameras footages.
MAHENDRANAGAR, Feb 13: The count of tiger population has started in Shuklaphanta National Park (SNP) of Kanchanpur district through 'camera trapping' method. According to Gopal Bahadur Ghimire, chief conservation officer and information officer of SNP, a two-day training was held before the officially launch of the tiger census in the national park. He informed that the census will be taken in Shuklaphanta-Laljhadi-Jogbudha corridor which is considered as the buffer zone.
Lumsingh Gurung (left) is a 30-year-old freelance videographer from Bhaisipati. Having completed his master’s degree in Rural Development, he is currently studying to become a VFX artist. Lumsingh started working as a videographer only recently. He wants to become a remarkable storyteller in the future.
Born in 1987, Chandra Pant started his career as a stuntman in 2008 and later ventured into fight direction. But this national player in taekwondo, gymnastics, and boxing had actually come to Kathmandu with an aim to become a doctor.
Some of the comedy shows that we grew up watching like ‘Hijo Aaja Ko Kura’ and ‘Tito Satya’ made us laugh till our bellies hurt, but what made the actors of those epic shows laugh? Surely working on such funny skits must have been funnier. The Week talked to some of Nepal’s favorite comedians to find out what had them in splits while filming their shows.
It is not always that you see a monk bag the top honors for filmmaking, but that was the sight at the recently held 5th Nepal Human Rights International Film Festival 2017. After four days of the festival showcasing films from 38 different countries, Shelnang Wamjo Tamang’s short movie Jhalo was picked as the winner in the Best Fiction in National Panorama Award category.
Most of us make use of the myriad of technology available for entertainment or convenience purposes but then there are some like Prashanna Shakya, VJ, Vlogger (video blogger), who carve a life out of it. Reya Shreya Rai speaks to the founder of Buzz Nepal about his aspirations, his journey as a media personality, and the person he is behind that professional mask.
KATHMANDU, Dec 19: Laxmi International Pvt Ltd, the authorized distributor of Hyundai Motors in Nepal, has handed over 25 units of Hyundai Traffic Surveillance Support Camera to District Police Office (DPO), Kaski.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 8: At Apple's iPhone 7 unveiling in San Francisco on Wednesday, the tech powerhouse revealed a host of new and updated hardware and software, including a new type of headphone jack and souped-up camera.