Three Sisters’ directed by Rose Schwietz, is being showcased at Kunja Theatre, Thapa Gaun, New Baneshwar since March 9. The play was originally written by the prominent Russian litterateur Anton Chekov a century ago. But it is still relevant today because it explores the true natures of human suffering, hope, betrayal, and love through each character - Prozorovs Sisters, their brother Andrew and many more.
Six powerful women from the Netherlands visited Nepal earlier this month to see if they could contribute to jumpstarting some aspects of Nepali economy. The six women in the team consider themselves to be soul sisters.
KATHMANDU, May 23: Two years after filing a case at the Supreme Court for citizenship to her daughters through her identity, Deepti Gurung has finally taken a big sigh of relief. Now she can pass on citizenship certificates to her daughters. On Monday, the apex court ordered that Gurung’s daughters Neha, 22, and Nikita, 17, are eligible for citizenship by descent. The girls said that they are on cloud nine after the court’s verdict.
NEPALGUNJ, March 7: When a daughter was born to a Muslim family in Eklaaini town of the district, Amanat Alisa, the baby’s father, surprised everyone in his community by naming her ‘Tamanna’, which means wish in English. The community, which believed that no one really wished for a daughter, was shocked at the father’s apparent excitement over having a daughter.