Sustainable TourismBy The Rising Nepal
Nepal dubbed as a mystic Shangrila tucked behind the facades of the Himalayas is well exposed to the paraphernalia of tourism. The notion of tourism peeped into its virgin and pristine dales and valleys in the 50s especially after climbing Mount Everest by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay in 1953. Since then Nepal has remained the most sought-after exotic destination of southeast Asia. Decades after the red carpet was rolled out for tourism, deleterious and pernicious side effects slowly seeped...
Choosing Between Equity And DebtBy The Rising Nepal
A business organisation needs money to run itself. Financial activity is required to stimulate the growth of the business. But not every organisation has enough funding to run, grow, or launch a new product. Financing your business is a crucial part of when you want to start, expand or explore new opportunities for your business.
Epilepsy Reducing Treatment Gap EssentialBy Ajita Rijal
Epilepsy in Nepal is a big health issue due to the high treatment gap with the widespread use of traditional healers. The treatment gap is found due to poor understanding of epilepsy among patients and poor access to health specialists.
Strategic Autonomy In Foreign PolicyBy Ritu Raj Subedi
Globalisation and geopolitics are two separate phenomena but they have combined to complicate the domestic politics and foreign relations of small states. Globalisation has accelerated the movements of capital, technology, goods, people, values and cultures across the globe. This sort of transformative change was never seen before in the history of mankind. It has offered both opportunities and challenges to the nations. For small nations like Nepal, globalisation has enabled them to benefit from...
Nepali Tea Struggle To Stay AfloatBy The Rising Nepal
The tea industry in Nepal has been struggling to find a niche market at regional and global levels. Even though the cultivating of tea in the country reached 150 years, Nepal has not been able to reap handsome benefits from the total amount of tea produced and sold. Evenl today, numerous problems regarding standardisation continue to exist. The lack of ethical certification, high cost of labelling and branding and hiring labourers, and even high cost of farming, failure to gain export potential owing...
Top Four Battle In Premier LeagueBy The Rising Nepal
The 2021-22 Premier League season has reached the business end of the campaign and the ‘run-in’ is going to be wild up and down the league. Focusing on the top four battle, there are so many teams scrapping for fourth place. With Manchester City and Liverpool battling for the title, plus Chelsea sitting semi-comfortably in third, the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United, Tottenham, Wolves, and West Ham are battling it out to finish in the top four, while Wolves have an outside chance.
Minister Ale invites Bollywood Actor Salman Khan to NepalBy The Rising Nepal
Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Prem Bahadur Ale has invited Bollywood actor Salman Khan to Nepal. He invited the Indian actor through a video conference held in Kathmandu on Wednesday. Minister Ale also urged the actor to help in the promotion of Nepali tourism.
Bollywood Star Khan to perform in KathmanduBy RSS
In the lead up to the event, a virtual conversation was held between Khan and Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Minister Prem Bahadur Ale today. On the occasion, Minister Ale said the arrival of Khan, a world famous actor, would help promote tourism in Nepal.
'Teplayu' hits marketBy The Rising Nepal
Teplayu, an anthology of poetry by Kangmang Naresh Rai, has hit the market. Senior writer Khagendra Sangraula released the book recently amid a ceremony organised by Identity Literature Award Fund in Rimachung Summit (Temke Danda) of Bhojpur. The 3200 meter tall summit is a famous tourist destination in Temke Maiyung Rural Municipality of the district.
Identity Literature Award to Sah and WagleyBy The Rising Nepal
Identity Literature Award-2078 was jointly presented to Shyam Sah and Ananta Wagley amid a function in Temke Maiyung Rural Municipality of Bhojpur. The award carrying a purse of Rs. 402,000 managed by Identity Literature Award Fund is presented every year to the writers and poets for their outstanding contribution to the identity movement through literature. Wagley was awarded for his debut novel 'Kadam' and Sah for his second anthology of short stories 'Pather'. 'Kadam' centres on lifestyle...
Ujyaalo Yatra on display virtuallyBy The Rising Nepal
A virtual art exhibition titled Ujyaalo Yatra is happening with the belief that the achievements gained to the journey of prosperity should be preserved. The exhibition started with reference to ‘People’s War Day’, Martyrs Week and Cultural Resistance Day. The art exhibition is organised by the Akhil Nepal Fine Arts Association.
Case registered against Pal ShahBy RSS
The Public Prosecutor's Office has registered a case against Actor Pal Shah on the charge of raping a minor.
Jiwan Parajuli’s Close-Up releasedBy The Rising Nepal
Jiwan Parajuli has come up with a non- fiction book Close - UP based on various dimensions and characters of Nepali filmdom. Divided into six sections, the book covers the experiences, involvements and struggles of many filmmakers of different periods. Author Parajuli said that even though the book does not include many characters and their stories, he will continue to write other books including the events reflecting history of the film and the personalities of the characters concerned.
Trailer of Mantra releasedBy The Rising Nepal
Trailer of Mantra was released on Sunday. Saugat Malla, Buddhi Tamang and Deeya Pun have done the lead role in the movie. Directed by Khil Bahadur Gurung, the film will be released on April 29.
Students clash over Holi, 13 injured in Kapilvastu schoolBy TRN Online
The clash left a teacher and a dozen of police personnel, who tried to disengage the irate students from the clashes, injured.
Satya Mohan Joshi’s biography launchedBy The Rising Nepal
How do you capture the 102 years of life as multidimensional and multifaceted as Satya Mohan Joshi’s in a few thousand hours? How do you convey the emotions, reflect the emotions and introduce people to a personality who has been in the public eye for more than half a century? The way journalist and writer Girish Giri did in his latest book ‘Satyamohan’ launched here on Friday.
EITV 2022 in KirtipurBy The Rising Nepal
Echoes in the Valley (EITV) is a unique aesthetical experience that celebrates diverse traditions, ethnicities and communal activities with music as the centerpiece of the event. Initiated in 2017, this annual festival, in a short span of time, has diligently created a reputation as one of the prestigious music celebrating platforms in the country. A brainchild of the members of Kanta Dab Dab, a Kathmandu-based World Fusion trio comprising Sunit Kansakar on sitars, Rizu Tuladhar on bass and Nikhil...
Paul Shah's remand extended by five daysBy RSS
Tanahu District Court has extended the remand of actor Paul Shah for the third time. Actor Shah is in police custody on the charge of raping a minor.
Residents of Limi village, Humla, select their ward Chair, members before electionBy TRN Online
Limi village residents of Namkha Rural Municipality Ward no. 6 in Humla district have chosen their ward representatives, chair, and members, almost 2 months before the local level election which is scheduled for May 13.
Limiting Working HoursBy The Rising Nepal
People have numerous financial needs. They require money to fulfil their needs. Works allow them to eke out livelihoods that support their individual and family needs. Every capable adult should seek employment or engage in some kind of business. Jobs are necessary but when one works for long hours without taking proper rest, it can degrade their efficiency as well as their mental and physical health, which cannot remain sound for a long period. Many Nepalese workers are facing this common problem...