KATHMANDU, July25: Social media usage has dramatically risen across the world. The majority of the people residing in urban areas of Nepal are highly acquainted with the use of social networking sites. This trend of social media usage, as a source for news consumption or entertainment is steadily increasing, and not showing signs of slowing down.
KATHMANDU, June 10 : Marking the occasion, shops, malls, and offices in Kathmandu are getting heavily influenced by the football mood. Kathmandu is donned in flags of participating team, and the people are also slipped into jerseys of their favorite teams
All good things start with an idea. Manish Shrestha and Kreeti Shakya, both of whom are in their 30s now, came to Kathmandu with a dream to bring a creative edge to marketing in Nepal. After working for a few years in the U.S they realized that there was a need for a ‘paradigm shift’ in the marketing sector back in their country. There was a gap between the creative minds and the communications sector. To fill in this vacuum and to provide a platform for innovative talents the duo started their own venture, the Kazi Studios.
Kathmandu is crazy about futsal. The concept of playing futsal is gaining popularity in the city, especially among students and working group. Futsal is a ‘five-a-side’ version of football which is played on artificial turf. Green turfs barred as a fence are now a common sight around our city.
MUMBAI, Nov 15: Actor Priyanka Chopra says she finds television more exhausting than films. The 34-year-old, who made her TV debut last year with Quantico, says there’s “crazy pressure” when she is shooting for it. “TV is intense. It’s 16-hour days, five to six times a week. Over eight to nine scenes a day. So yeah, it’s crazy pressure,” she says.