KATHMANDU, July 12: Ramesh Chhetri, 20, of Dailekh lost both his legs in the 2015 earthquake. He has been confined to a wheelchair ever since. While in wheelchair, he learnt to play basketball. Last week, however, he was deeply enjoying the live telecast of the world cup with a basketball on his hand.
Never a patient reader, I cannot sit in a place with a book for more than half hour, tops. On a typical Saturday I am home, invariably laboring through a godforsaken book, the same book I would have plodded through for better part of a fortnight. I start out at the little tea table and chair out on the porch.
Kathmandu, Jan 8: As is the case with each Nepathya concert, everyone always has their own pick of ‘the classics’ that they hope to not only experience live but also sing along to their heart’s content. With this sense of excitement and anticipation, the Tundikhel ground swelled up to capacity with fans on January 7, 2017. The occasion was the grand finale of Nepal’s first ever bike reality show, Pulsar Dare Venture season II. The concert also planned to announce the winners of their 10 bikers who had completed the daring journey from Kathmandu, all the way to Takasindu, Solukhumbu on their motorbikes.
KATHMANDU, Aug 25: ‘Chapali Height 2’ is a new film by director Dipendra K Khanal, who, in recent times, has carved a reputation for being a producer’s darling. With other directors there’s a risk of going over budget but producers have complete trust in Khanal.