With Jonas Brothers' widely lauded song 'Sucker' marking its first anniversary, singer Nick Jonas took a trip down memory lane on Saturday and shared unseen pictures from the making of the video with wife Priyanka Chopra.
Like it or not, clicking photos or making videos is a huge part of any celebration. Be it a graduation, a dinner party or festivals like Dashain and Tihar, most of us want to capture and archive our experiences. And some of us want to be really good at it. So when the festival season arrives and our social media is flooded with pictures from our friends and family, it can be difficult to maintain a unique Instagram feed. But it’s not impossible. The Week is here to arm you with a few tricks to make your photos stand out from the rest this festive season.
Nischhal Pradhan was like any other kid who liked taking pictures at family gatherings. He started out by clicking people around him and, in just a few years’ time, evolved into someone capable of capturing brilliant silhouettes, portraits, and landscapes – images that were “Instagram-worthy”. Pradhan interest in photography grew after he joined Kathmandu University for his bachelor’s program and he got to travel around Nepal for various projects and trips.
Taapsee Pannu once again proved her mettle with her latest release, ‘Game Over’. The actress, who is known to get into the skin of her characters, recently opened up about how some part of her characters remain inside of her.
KATHMANDU, July 31: The main opposition Nepali Congress has staged protests across the country against the government’s authoritarian and undemocratic decisions. In Kathmandu, the protest rally started from Bhotahity.
KATHMANDU, July 24: Supporters of Dr. Govinda KC staged protest against the government’s delay to save his life and fulfill his demands. Dr. KC has been on his 15th hunger strike for the past 25 days, the longest so far. The Today, Nepali Congress's district committees staged protests against the government at Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur.
KATHMANDU, July 12: Rain is forecast throughout the country, according to an alert published by the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology. According to the alert, major rivers and rivulets are likely to swell and trigger early warnings.
KATHMANDU, June 29: Asar 15 is famously called as the day to savor beaten rice mixed in curd (Dahi Chiura). With curd, one of the most famous ones is Juju Dhau, more commonly known as the King of Curd. The curd is not only consumed in Nepal but also exported. In these pictures, see how the King Curd is made. Photos: RSS
KATHMANDU, June 29: On the occasion of Asar 15 (Paddy plantation Day) Minister Chakrapani Khanal, Ministry of Agriculture, Land Management and Cooperatives planted paddy saplings where King Suddhodhan plough the field with golden
KATHMANDU, June 29: In yet another incident of road accident today, 17 people including the bus driver sustained injuries after a local bus lost control and veered into the Sesmati River at Balaju. The bus (Ba 3 Ka 3749) was heading to Ratnapark from Dharmasthali.
KATHMANDU, June 19: With the onset of monsoon, Kathmandu’s pollution levels have fluctuated between government and World Health Organization set standards. Yet, with road expansion and construction at slow pace, residents of Kathmandu choke with the dust when the sun shines.
KATHMANDU, June 19: The Indian Embassy geared for the 4th International Day as it organized a Yoga session at India House Lawns (Embassy Premises) today morning. The International Day of Yoga is celebrated annually on 21 June since its inception in 2015.
Three years after the Gorkha earthquake devastated 32 districts of the country, Tatopani, in Sindhupalchowk has become a ghost town. Until other entry points connecting China was opened, Tatopani served as the only trade route between the two countries.
KATHMANDU, June 5: On the occasion of World Environment Day 2018, under the leadership of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, tree plantation program at the premises of Singhdurbar has taken place. The theme for the plantation was “ One nepali one fruit plant”.
A photo exhibition, ‘Nepal: Then & Now’ started from Friday at Bikalpa Art Center (BAC), Pulchowk. Photos of eight photographers are on display, each presenting a unique perspective to the physical and social landscape changes.
Cover Photo: 306 views of Bhoto Jatra taken by a 360-degree camera at Lagankhel, Lalitpur. People taking part in the Rato Machhindranath Festival while the chariot is pulled from Lagankhel to Jawalakhel‚ in Lalitpur. The month-long festival concludes with the display of Bhoto. Photo: Keshab Thoker/Republica
KATHMANDU, May 17: The major communist parties of Nepal, CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Center) have merged after 54 years on Thursday. The merged communist Party of Nepal has organized a unification announcement program at Rastriya Sabha Griha on Thursday evening.
KATHMANDU, May 11: India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarked on his two day state visit to Npeal from Janakpur today. After spending more than two hours in Janakpur, Modi arrived in Kathmandu where he was welcomed by Minister of Foreign Affairs, Pradeep Kumar Gyawali.