KATHMANDU, May 28: Amid protest from the public and various human rights organizations, murder-convict Bal Krishna Dhungel has been granted amnesty. Upon the recommendation from the government, President Bidya Devi Bhandari has granted amnesty to 816 jailbirds including Dhungel marking the Republic Day.
BHAKTAPUR, April 16: Amid the crowd of thousands of people in Madhyapur Thimi of Bhaktapur on Sunday, Buddha Kishna Baag Shrestha pierced his tongue for the sixth consecutive time, giving continuity to the centuries-old tradition of piercing tongue which had started during the period of the Lichchhavi dynasty.
BHAKTAPUR, April 15: Buddha Krishna Bagha Shrestha has pierced his tongue for the consecutive sixth time in front of a huge crowd of participants observing Bisket Jatra at Bode in Madhyapur Thimi Municipality on Sunday.
KATHMANDU, Dec 29: Western Region’s Krishna Thapa and Central Region’s Bhawana Sunuwar on Thursday advanced to the women’s singles semifinals of the ongoing 10th National Squash
Tournament under the National Sports Council (NSC) Championship 2017.
“The recitation of Krishna Mahamantra ‘Hare Krishna Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna Hare Hare, Hare Ram Hare Ram, Ram Ram Hare Hare’ it is believed to purify us and bring happiness in life,” shared Ramina Maharajan, a member of International Society of Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), Nepal.
One of the prolific writers of Nepal, Krishna Dharabasi has published 27 essays, and several short stories and novels. ‘Saranarthi’ was his first novel which was published in 1991. ‘Radha’, one of his highly-celebrated metaphysical novels, earned him Madan Puraskar in 2005. After serving for about 25 years in Agriculture Development Bank, he retired and chose to dedicate his entire time writing.