Second year IT student, Sugam Singh is also a freelance model and a freelance photographer. During his leisure time – if he ever gets any that is – he pursues other hobbies like calligraphy and coding.

KATHMANDU, July 12: Rain is the 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.

What’s the intention?

July 2, 2018 02:00 am

Fundamental rights at stake

17-year-old Karma Yangzen Lama Yolmo’s covers of popular English and Nepali songs create quite the buzz on social media. As a Nepali Instagrammer and YouTuber, Yolmo has gathered over 20k followers on Instagram and more than 5k subscribers on her YouTube channel.

What’s in the hair, dear?

May 20, 2018 08:37 am

We both have long hair now and eventually ended up naming our love ‘The Hairy Love,’ as you may have guessed!

What’s your destination?

January 21, 2018 09:30 am

People need jobs not only to sustain economically but also to broaden their intellectual horizon and gain practical experience. We invest our time and money to become qualified for prestigious as well as high-paying jobs. Especially students studying in bachelor’s level are likely to plan to get a job immediately after their studies.

What’s in colors?

January 6, 2018 10:00 am

Did you know colors also impact our mood, preferences and actions? They do.

What’s in a name

January 5, 2018 09:13 am

A friend of mine has started a ‘name my baby’ contest on Facebook. His wife is expected to deliver their baby sometime next month.

What’s wrong with DV?

December 30, 2017 00:17 am

Irony of America today is the son of an immigrant is the biggest advocate against family-based visa.

CCP: What’s at stake?

October 23, 2017 06:50 am

LONDON: This month, international media are understandably focused on the Chinese Communist Party’s 19th National Congress, a carefully choreographed event that will reveal who’s “in” and who’s “out” with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

When Chelsea visited Selhurst Park to face Crystal Palace, everyone thought it would be an easy win for Chelsea. But, what happened next kept everyone on surprise. Crystal Palace, who was on the bottom of the table with no wins and no goals scored, defeated the reigning champions.

What’s your plan for Dashain?

September 29, 2017 18:29 pm

Dashain is an eagerly awaited time of the year for all Nepalis. It is the time of the year when friends and family get together to celebrate one of the biggest festivities in the country.

What’s in your cuppa?

May 12, 2017 09:17 am

We all love a hot, steaming cup of coffee on a rainy afternoon, don’t we? And we all seem to have a favorite type. While our obsession with coffee continues to grow – for some it’s a morning ritual, a solitary pleasure and for the others, it’s a social stimulant, a must for every conversation or discussion – we must admit that we know next to nothing about our beloved beverage.

What’s missing?

April 3, 2017 08:19 am

The education sector in Nepal is still a black box. The government invests significantly in increasing access and quality of public and private education systems, although the budget share towards education has been declining recently. Public universities and colleges have become a political battlefield rather than productive knowledge enterprise, compelling tens of thousands of students to leave the country every year to pursue their further education.

It may not be a new issue when you hear about an actor or famous celebrity joining politics or getting affiliated to a political party these days. Famous Austrian-American actor Arnold Schwarzenegger was the Governor of California in the year 2003 and 2009. Even reputed Bollywood actor Shatrughan Sinha is a leader of BJP. Recently, actor Rekha Thapa and singer Komal Oli got elected as central committee member of RPP.

What’s in a name?

February 25, 2017 08:14 am

In a ridiculous decision, the Film Development Board (FDB) of Nepal has withheld the approval of upcoming movie Gajabaja, directed by independent filmmaker Ganesh Dev Pandey. The fate of its release is still uncertain. The FDB was particularly concerned over the use of the word gaja (marijuana), apparently because marijuana use is illegal in Nepal.

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What’s new?

December 12, 2016 00:45 am

When Narendra Lal Shrestha was elected the new president of the All Nepal Football Association (ANFA), the football governing body in the country, in October, he vowed to bring Nepali football “back on track”.

KATHMANDU, Nov 23: It has been a decade since Nepal entered into the formal peace process with the signing of Comprehensive Peace Accord in November 2006.

What’s the plan?

September 3, 2016 00:45 am

The only way to evaluate the seriousness of our political class to implement the new constitution is to see if their actions so far have been in line with the constitution. In this they have failed miserably. The new constitution capped the number of ministers in the cabinet at 25. Both the governments formed after the promulgation of the constitution on September 20th, 2015 violated this provision.

What’s the rush?

August 15, 2016 00:45 am

With the deadline for the submission of the final report on the restructuring of local federal units set to expire on Tuesday, the commission has been working on a war-footing. Members of the commission have soldered on even as disagreements with the way they have gone about their business get louder.

What’s new?

July 28, 2016 00:45 am

As we went to press on Wednesday, at least 50 people had already been killed in floods and landslides right around the country. The unusually heavy rains this monsoon have swollen all the major river systems in Nepal to dangerous levels. With heavy rain forecast for at least one more month, the country has to brace for the worst and prepare accordingly. The Prime Minister’s Office has directed local authorities to work with the respective district disaster relief committees (DDRC) in order to make search, rescue and rehabilitation efforts more effective. To expedite these efforts, it has written to various ministries not to grant leave to civil servants in affected areas. Likewise, security forces have now been mobilized in all flood-affected regions.

LAHAN, July 12: During a press conference organized at CPN (Maoist Center) Parliamentary Party Office, Singh Durbar, on Tuesday, CPN (Maoist Center) leader Krishna Bahadur Mahara had said that the party has sealed an agreement with the Nepali Congress (NC) on formation of a new government.