LONDON, Oct 4: Kim Jong-un and South Korea President Moon Jae-in are the odds-on favorites to win the Nobel Peace Prize this year, according to leading bookmaker Coral after a flurry of bets in the last 24 hours.

Favorite pastimes!

April 18, 2018 19:35 pm

Two elderly men amusing themselves playing carrom board in Ramtar-10, Rampur Municipality, Palpa.

Folk's new favorite girl

February 9, 2018 08:23 am

As expected from Trishna Gurung, she continues giving us reasons to appreciate the essence of our folk tunes. She has once again hit the right note with her latest, Rail Lai Ma, garnering over 1.5 million views on YouTube, in just two months of the single’s release. What’s more, Gurung confirms that she is already working on new material and a plan to release that too is in full swing.

NAGARKOT, Oct 26: Until few years ago, Bojhini was hardly a tourist attraction. No one from the outer world was aware of it except the locals thereby limiting its thrilling beauty to itself. These days, Bojhini situated in Changunarayan Municipality of Bhaktapur district gathers hundreds of tourists. Just 25 kilometers away from Kathmandu, the spot is thronged by increasing number of nature lovers day by day.

LONDON, August 27: An injury-ravaged U.S. Open men’s draw offers the best opportunity yet for a young pretender to claim a maiden grand slam crown but in this most retro of seasons Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will look to turn back time in New York.

NEW DELHI, July 17: India's parliament began voting on Monday for a new president in an election likely to be won by a candidate backed by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), tightening its grip over top political positions.

The crowd favorite

June 16, 2017 14:13 pm

Devi Gyawali has continued to grab media headlines ever since the main opposition UML fielded him as its mayoral candidate for Bharatpur metropolitan city. There was especially bigger public interest on Gyawali than other mayoral candidates because he was contesting against Renu Dahal, daughter of the CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal who was leading the government until the first phase of local elections. Dahal was initially seen as clear front-runner as the Nepali Congress, the largest party with strong support base in Bharatpur, had decided to back her as its official candidate.

Listening to your favorite story

January 27, 2017 00:11 am

The trend of making and selling audio books may not have caught up in our country yet but the app, Nepali Audio Book, shows some promise. According to their records, more than 7000 Nepalis are currently subscribed to their services, with the app being downloaded about 30,000 times from the Apple store.

Bajeko Sekuwa doesn’t really need an introduction. It’s already a go-to spot for most city dwellers whenever they wish to satisfy their carnivorous cravings. But, by the looks of it, the popular sekuwa joint isn’t taking the acclaim for granted. Keen to entice more customers as well as indulge their regulars, we heard that the Anamnagar branch of the restaurant had just recently added a few new items to their menu.

TOKYO, Oct 29: A Japanese comedian's nonsense tune that became an internet sensation after Justin Bieber recommended it has entered the Guinness World Records as the shortest song to break into the Billboard Hot 100.

TURIN, Sept 15: Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri angrily denied his side is favorite to win the Champions League following a massive outlay in the transfer market in the offseason.

ATHENS, Sept 13: The favorite to become UEFA president has criticized the secret deal - accelerated ahead of Wednesday's election - guaranteeing four Champions League group-stage places for Europe's top four leagues.

“While I maintain my innocence that the encounter was unambiguously consensual, there are things more important than the law,” he wrote. “There is morality.”

BARDIYA, June 22: Bardiya National Park where five rhinos had been transferred from Chitwan National Park three months ago has been blessed with a new baby rhino. While celebration is underway in the National Park, the officials are concerned over proper care and food for the new born and its mother. According to them, taking care of a nursing rhino and baby is a sensitive matter and arrangement of 'favorite' rhino fodder has been done for the special members.