Actor Arjun Kapoor doesn’t have a dream role because he feels the perception towards roles evolves with time and age. “I don’t really have a dream role as such because it evolves with age, with time it keeps changing, the way you look at things, the way you look at roles, the way you look at life, everything evolves.
You are being so important to me at this moment of my life,
I am somehow fully oriented towards you keeping everything aside.
I dream of embracing you, holding you and kissing,
With great compassion and devotion.
Since his childhood days, Siris always felt his love for expressing his feeling and point of views through music and poems. He gave credit to his family for this. As his family found peace in spiritual activities such as singing ‘bhajans’ every night at home. This way he always felt connected to words and sound
I had a dream of being a school topper in my SEE examination, so, I had decided to study hard, forget my distractions and focus only on studies. I had the will power to control all of my distractions, except for 'her'. To be honest, she was my heart and would be there with me every second, without whom I was nothing.
I have always been fascinated by Kathmandu. It’s a city of contradictions and that’s what I like about it the most. Usually, in other countries, there are always cities that are more popular than the capital itself but Kathmandu is a city that stands out on its own.
No matter how good or best you look now
No matter how talented or extraordinary you're
No matter from where or whom you belong to
You're going to rot soon if you fail to maintain consistency to nurture through.
I was groomed and socialized in such a way that the only mission in my life was to become a doctor. “What do you want to be in the future?” used to be the most common question asked to those second graders who were not even ready to tie their own shoelaces.
To the woman sitting nervously on a chair alone and to the woman sitting confidently on the other side. I know it is difficult for you both to put forward your opinions. To the one breaking the taboo and to the one sticking to it, it won't be easy. Lifestyle is a choice, so is makeup, whether we wear it or not there should not be any concern of respect attached to it.
Darchula, Nov 13 : Amar Singh Sahu, 75, of Mahakali municipality-2, Mulla has cherished his dream to illuminate the village with electricity after 26 years of his continuous efforts. It may be noted that 200 Kilowatt electricity was generated from local rivulet at Dunguri in Mahakali municipality in 1992 (2049 BS).
“What’s your aim in life? What do you want to be when you grow up?” We all have come across this question several times, haven’t we? I still remember; it was the very first day of class one and I was asked the same question. I proudly replied that I wanted to be a doctor. The teacher again inquired why. Because every time, especially during auspicious occasions, I was showered with the blessings from elders to be a successful ‘doctor’ in the future, I recalled.
MAHENDRANAGAR, Aug 28: Nirmala Pant of Bhimdatta Municipaltiy-2 in Kanchanpur was a bright student. Hailing from a poor family in the far western region, she was studying in grade nine and had dreamt of studying science after completing her grade 10. Both her parents had the same dream for her.
Among the myriads of Nepali movies that are releasing this year, one that is being talked about quite a bit is the upcoming film from Silver Lake Picturez Production titled ‘Chi Musi Chi’. Scheduled to release on Shrawan 11, the movie is scripted and directed by Dinesh Shrestha and produced by Shivraj Karki.
JHAPA, June 25: Dhanamaya Thapa, a resident of Shivasatakshi Municipality, would always worry about her future as she has no formal education. Though peasant’s life would not attract her, she used to think that she had no options. However, her future had something else for her in store.
KATHMANDU, June 24: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said that it would take time for the much hyped railway to come to Nepal, despite claiming that a monorail would ply in Kathmandu’s roads within five years.
Almost every student, at one point of life, dreams of going abroad for higher education. But that dream isn’t easy to pursue as the college application process is a tedious and tiring one. Nevertheless, the abroad allure often trumps the hassles and hurdles one has to face while preparing to go to college in a foreign land.
DANG, May 23: ‘Smart city’ was a buzzword during the local level elections a year ago. Political parties and candidates told voters that they would leave no stone unturned to turn their constituencies into smart cities. That means, people who were struggling for even basic services would have access to luxuries of life in their own localities. Locals of Dang were promised so by their leaders.
JUMLA, May 13: Clutching his eight months old daughter, Bhupendra Rawat of Tila Rural Municipality-9 was headed for the Karnali Highway a few days ago. It was no less than a challenge for him to protect his daughter from falling in the sloppy and congested path which had became slippery due to rain.
DB BUDHAJUMLA, May 11Clutching his eight months old daughter, Bhupendra Rawat of Tila Rural Municipality-9 was headed for the Karnali Highway a few days ago. It was no less than a challenge for him to protect his daughter from falling in the sloppy and congested path which had became slippery due to rain."Why do only the people living in remote areas have to suffer this much?" Rawat questioned.
“Get addicted to talking big! Get addicted to thinking big! Get addicted to achieving the unthinkable!” Don’t these orders sound familiar? The human mind has been trained from the very start to conform to such ideas.
POKHARA, May 7: The shooting of a Nepali move Dream Girl is over. The shooting was done in Kathmandu, Rara and Gulf countries and Thailand. Based on a high profile love story, the film will be screened nationwide on October 5.
KP Sharma Oli’s rise to prominence in Nepali politics has its roots in Jhapa. Under the tutelage of Ramnath Dahal, Jhapa’s well known communist leader in the early 1960s, Oli learned to take political risks at an early age of 12.
A wedding is an elaborate affair, one that often needs much planning and hustling to get things done. And there are hundreds of things that need to be taken care of. From choosing and printing wedding invitations and deciding on the clothes and jewelries for different functions to finding a photographer and makeup artist and, in today’s times, getting props ready for good photos, they all add up and things can be quite time consuming and bothersome. That’s where MP Luxury Bridal can help. Established to cater to brides, grooms, and their families, this is a one-stop solution for many of your important wedding-related needs.
KATHMANDU, April 24: As the country marks 12th Loktantra Day on Tuesday, images of arbitrary arrests of political party leaders, mass demonstrations in the major thoroughfares of the capital and sporadic clashes between police and protesters live on in the minds of those who saw and felt those unfolding events.
Political parties bravely brought against this new form of autocracy and along with signing of Comprehensive Peace Agreement between agitating parliamentary parties and then warring Maoists in November, 2006, the pro-democracy movement gained momentum across the country.
NEPALGUNJ, April 8: People often do weird things to become successful overnight, but many a times their dreams come crashing down to the ground. In want of earning quick money, they not only lose the money they have, but also invite bad consequences. Many Nepalgunj denizens have experienced it when their dreams to earn big money in a short time were shattered.
ILAM, March 8: Bishnu Dahal, 73, has been actively advocating gender equality for two and half decades. Her informal leadership in this field spans double the time. However, she feels, gender gap is still very wide in the society.
JUMLA, Feb 16: After the successful completion of the local elections conducted for the first time in 20 years, the locals were expecting a sea change in governance. However, even after almost a year after the elections, they lament that the new government under a federal setup has failed to impress the people so far.
JUMLA, Feb 13: After the successful completion of the local elections conducted for the first time in 20 years, the locals were expecting a sea change in governance. However, even after almost a year after the elections, they lament that the new government under a federal setup has failed to impress the people so far.