Hear her Roar! Katy Perry flaunts her wild side in yellow cheetah print jacket and snakeskin leggings at Jimmy Kimmel Live!

CHARIKOT, Jan 29: A Chinese engineer hired from the under-construction Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project died after being hit by a falling rock at around 11:00 am on Monday.

Deepak Rauniyar’s second feature film, White Sun, maybe vying against other South Asian films for a spot as a nominee in Oscar’s foreign language category but the director himself is taking it easy in Morang right now.

Reecha Sharma didn't have to comment like she has been cheated or double-crossed by the viewers. Her movie ‘Aadha Love’ didn’t work because if failed in entertainment quotient or impressing the critics. A movie made on ill-practiced ancient social values ‘Jhola’ was liked and loved by masses. Similarly, ‘Soongava’ represented women in Nepal like never before. It was critically acclaimed too.

WELLINGTON, Nov 30: Suspended England all-rounder Ben Stokes has signed a short-term deal with New Zealand province Canterbury and will be available to play for the team on Sunday.

LONDON, Nov 11:England held world champions Germany to a 0-0 draw after giving debuts to five players as their inexperienced team came through a first-half lesson to hold their own in a lively Wembley friendly on Friday.

BARCELONA, Sept 22: Local derbies hold a special place as far as football is concerned. Without stating the obvious of the heated local rivalries in derbies, some also have tremendous impact on a community, a city or a whole nation. Catalan derby is no less exciting or pulsating in Spain.

TORONTO, Sept 10: In ‘Gaga: Five Foot Two’, director Chris Moukarbel captures the artist hidden behind the outrageous costumes, revealing a woman unafraid to express her vulnerabilities and exercise her agency.

Empty side

August 7, 2017 12:26 pm

Made in heart, inside the core, The space where no one belongs It’s cold and sad and longs colors If only there was someone who there belonged!

TILATHI, July 3: Sudden floods in the Khando and other rivers on Saturday inundated over a dozen villages in the northern and southern areas of Saptari district. Only on Sunday morning did the floods subside and the locals attempted restoring their lives back to normalcy. However, terror and fear among the locals in those areas still remain.

The other side of Hamlet

June 30, 2017 11:54 am

Laughs and punch lines aren’t exactly what you expect going into the staging of Hamlet, one of the greatest tragedies in literature. However, the upcoming production of Gypsy Theatre’s, Hamlet? (and no, the question mark isn’t a typo) is rearing to bring precisely all that and then, some more.

KATHMANDU, June 21: All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) has appointed Raju Kaji Shakya as head coach of the Nepali U-23 side that is taking part in the AFC U-23 2018 Qualifiers to be held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) next month.

The unseen side of cricket

June 5, 2017 10:01 am

11 years ago, the Cricket Association of the Blind Nepal (CAB Nepal) formed the first National Men’s Blind Cricket team in 2006. People had seen blind men play in tournaments but not women. This all changed in 2009 when the CAB Nepal established the first ever Women’s Blind Cricket Team in the world. Despite this achievement, there hasn’t been much advancement in the field of blind cricket. While the condition of this sport is still poor, women have it worse because a gender bias still exists. Regardless, women are still persevering and determined in spite of their hardships.

Which side of the road do you drive on?

One of the best ways to increase your income and give yourself a solid foundation by which to grow into self-employment in the future is to start a side business of your own. If you choose the right business opportunity, there’s room for you to keep growing your customer base on the side, while keeping your day job. From there, if you take the right steps, you’ll be able to grow your side income beyond that of your day job—and launch into the world of self-employment.

CHITWAN, March 11: CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli on Saturday has said Indian side should beg apology for the Kanchanpur incident in which Nepali citizen was killed in a fatal shooting by Indian security force.

LONDON, Jan 23: Still to clear up the ambiguity over last weekend's absence from the Chelsea team, Diego Costa did his talking on the pitch on Sunday.

Juergen Klopp's decision to field Liverpool's youngest ever team backfired Sunday as the Premier League title contender was held 0-0 at home by fourth-tier Plymouth in the third round of the FA Cup.

China vowed Tuesday to speed up the development of its space industry as it set out its plans to become the first country to soft-land a probe on the far side of the moon, around 2018, and launch its first Mars probe by 2020.

DHARAN, Nov 2:  Bal Bahdur Tamang  Sayngbo alias Bikas Lama of Dharan-11,  Bishnuchowk, was worried since tension flared along the Indo-Pak border.

The business side of Tihar

October 28, 2016 02:18 am

Contrary to popular belief, small business owners don’t make all that much during these festive times. Business does pick up a bit during Tihar but it isn’t anything like before.

Crossing over to the dark side

August 12, 2016 01:30 am

To have a hero, you need a villain. And in the channels of literary history, there are many. In fact many villains have been accredited for making the plots that much more interesting and the book that much more memorable. So The Week asked some writers and theater aficionados to shed some light on what makes a good antagonist. They also share their favorite literary villains and the reasons they love them.

SAPTARI, July 28: Tension has run high in the no man’s land near Tilathi VDC boarding India after Indian side started constructing dam in the southern part of the district since early Thursday.

TUTH resident docs side with Dr KC

July 12, 2016 01:10 am

KATHMANDU, JULY 12: Nepal Resident Doctors Association at the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH) on Monday expressed its solidarity with the ongoing hunger-strike staged by TUTH professor and senior orthopedic surgeon Dr Govinda KC.

KATHMANDU, July 5: As the first meeting of the Eminent Persons' Group (EPG) from Nepal and India began in Kathmandu on Monday, the much talked-about Peace and Friendship Treaty of 1950 was entered as part of its agenda.