Maile I Love You Bhannai Sakina to release from FridayBy The Rising Nepal
The love story film Maile I Love You Bhannai Sakina is going to be screened nationwide on Friday. The film, co-directed by Babu Jimba and Shankar Karki, was presented to the Film Development Board on Monday with a trailer and a song titled Mustang Ko Bajar. The song features voices of Rajesh Payal Rai and Melina Rai.
Janakpurdham hosting literature festBy The Rising Nepal
A three-day Janakpurdham Literature, Art and Drama Festival is going to be held in Janakpurdham, the capital of Madhes Province. The festival will be held from April 6 to 8, said Jivanath Chaudhary, chairman of Maithili Development Fund. In the three-day literary festival, experts from Maithili language, literature, art, culture and other subjects of Nepal and India will be invited to determine the issues to be dealt at the policy level, said the organisers.
Rock concert at Dashrath Rangashala after a decadeBy The Rising Nepal
Sabin Rai, one of the most celebrated musicians of the country, has been actively producing popular Nepali music for over two decades. Known for his raspy vocal timbre, romantic ballads and energetic live performances, the singer has overtime been much appreciated by his followers for the constant rediscovery in his music presentation style.
Dr. DR Upadhyay sets 108 world records in four yearsBy The Rising Nepal
Lyricist Dr. DR Upadhyay has set 108 world records in the field of music and literature in a span of four years. During a ceremony held in the capital on Friday, he achieved 28 world record certificates. Earlier he had set 80 world records. Upadhyay has been provided world record certificates from Everest World Records, European Record Books, American Book of Records, Champion Book of World Records, Supreme World Record, The British World Record, Universal Record Forum and Asian World Record.
Will Smith resigns from the AcademyBy TRN Online
After slapping presenter Chris Rock on stage at last weekend's Academy Awards, Will Smith announced in a statement Friday that he has resigned from the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences.
Veganism in NepalBy The Rising Nepal
A teacher, Donald Watson, and his future wife Dorothy Morgan first coined the term veganism in 1944 in the UK. It is the practice of abstaining from all types of animal exploitation and cruelty including human beings. The strict vegans do not use any type of animal products like meat, mild dairy products or any animal-derived substance products as much as possible and reject the commodity status of the animal.
Major Planets to Offer Scenic SightsBy The Rising Nepal
This month's night skies offer scenic sights of the close congregation of major planets in the eastern sky before sunrise. The elusive planet Mercury would be fleeting fancifully against the backdrop of stars belonging to constellations Pisces (fishes), Aires (ram) and Taurus (bull). It would be lost in solar glare, due to its proximity to the Sun. However, it could be glimpsed from the middle of the month low in the western evening sky after sundown.
Evolution Of WeaponsBy The Rising Nepal
How vengeful are sometimes the historical events when inventions that shake the whole world suddenly turn against their inventors? Much like what happened to the French physician Joseph-Ignace Guillotin, who in 1789 demonstrated the execution machine named after him that was used for beheading.
Importance Of Group And Team WorksBy The Rising Nepal
A group is defined as two or more interacting and interdependent individuals, who come together to achieve particular goals. Members of a group relate to each other in the same way and are united by common ties, beliefs and perceptions on a relatively sustained and structured basis. Robert Kreitner said: “A group can be defined as two or more freely interacting individuals who share a common identity or purpose.”
In Memory Of Mother And FatherBy The Rising Nepal
Naturally, there are many memories in life, but most of them hold only a little or no importance. But, there are a few memories, which leave a deep impact and are hard to forget. What will be the conclusion if we relate this context to painful incidences like death? The book entitled Smritika Ti Dinharu (Recalling Memories from the Past) by Lekha Nath Gautam talks a lot about it. Author Gautam, who is a teacher by profession, attaches high importance to family values. However, such values do not...
Dealing With 'Test Anxiety'By The Rising Nepal
As the current Nepali year is drawing to its closer, students find themselves under the academic pressure and need to fulfill several obligations. With the start of New Year arrives the examination season. Students like me are seen collecting materials, going through the syllabus, and gathering the arsenal for the main battle. The hassle is real and the effort required is monumental. Especially in these trying times of online classes, where the students learned a majority of the content through...
5th edition of NIFF begins, 89 films to be screenedBy TRN Online
The festival is organised with the objective of introducing Nepali films and filmmakers to the international arena and spreading Nepali art, culture and tourism all over the world through films.
Book entitled 'Buddhism and Buddhist Heritage in Pakistan' launchedBy TRN Online
Addressing the occasion, Mayor Shakya highlighted the significance of cultural heritage as an important facet of people-to-people contacts. He termed the Buddhist heritage as a joint legacy of both the countries.
Former PM Chand honouredBy The Rising Nepal
Former Prime Minister Lokendra Bahadur Chand has been feted on the occasion of his 84th birthday. Nepali Literature and Culture Foundation, Kailali, honoured leader Chand for his contribution to social upliftment through literature by awarding him the Maniram Bagmaya Prize of the Nepali year of 2075 on Tuesday. The Prize carries a purse of Rs. 100,000
Petition filed demanding Paul’s bailBy The Rising Nepal
Actor Paul Shah, who has been remanded in custody for trial on charge of raping a minor, has filed a petition in the Pokhara High Court seeking release on bail. The lawyers of the actor lodged the petition against the order of District Court Tanahun on Tuesday. According to Kamala Mohan Wagle, senior advocate of Paul, the petitioner has demanded that he should be released on bail. According to Wagle, the petition was filed under Section 73 (9) of the Code of Criminal Procedure 2074 BS. Advocate...
Oscar winners 2022: See the listBy TRN Online
The 94th Academy Awards were presented Sunday. See below for a full list of nominees, with winners indicated in bold.
'CODA' wins the Oscar in a streaming breakthrough, but Will Smith steals the showBy TRN Online
"CODA" won the best picture, but that historic breakthrough for streaming service Apple TV+ at the Oscars was overshadowed by one spontaneous act, as Will Smith delivered a viral moment that will be remembered and talked about for years.
Chiso Ashtray has added more responsibility: Divya DevBy Renuka Dhakal
Actor Divya Dev has come into the limelight following the release of Chiso Ashtray in the halls since March 18. Even though film critics hailed the movie, it failed to become a box office success. However, its lead actor Divya Dev has succeeded to impress both the audience and filmmakers from his acting. Critics have lauded his work claiming that the industry has got a skilled actor.
Bartika Eam Rai Live In NepalBy The Rising Nepal
Bartika Eam Rai is one of the most popular singers/songwriters currently active in the Nepali music industry. The singer has bagged numerous prominent awards including the Hits FM Music Award of 2018 in the Song of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Performance (Female) categories for her track ‘Khai’ off her debut album “Bimbaakash” followed by a Song of the Year win in 2019 for ‘Aasha II’ from her secondalbum “Taral.”
Filmmakers worry about clash between local and foreign films in local hallsBy Renuka Dhakal
Nepali filmmakers are worried about the simultaneous release of Nepali and foreign films in local theatres. They argue that low-budget Nepali films have to compete with high-budget Bollywood, South- Indian and Hollywood films in local halls. The film industry, hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic for the last two years is gradually reviving. However, growing penetration of big budget foreign films to Nepal has affected the business of Nepali films, said the filmmakers.