First ever Nepal manufactured anti-cancer drugBy RSS
A factory set up in Kavrepalanchowk district after inking a technology transfer agreement with Indian pharmaceutical company -SP Accure Labs has begun manufacturing the drug in tablet and capsule form.
Clashes between police and protesters in BaneshwarBy RSS
Leaders and activists of various political parties staged a protest today based on the information that the government would submit the MCC before the parliament for approval.
CPN (UML) obstructs HoR meetingBy RSS
Speaker Sapkota urged the protesting parliamentarians to let the meeting run, stating that the meeting was long overdue due to COVID-19. He also called for cooperation to create enabling environment to deliberate on 42 bills needed to run the State and to let the voices of the public be heard.
Second song of Chiso Ashtray releasedBy The Rising Nepal
The second song of the movie Chiso Ashtray, which is scheduled to be released on March 25 has been made public. The film unit has released the song titled Baba Pashupati on Monday targeting the upcoming Shivaratri festival. Popular singer Sabin Rai has lent his voice to the song.
Charm of Chinese Art: Interrelations between Emptiness and SubstantialityBy TRN Online
“Winter Dream” takes the Chinese character “winter” as its inspiration source, combines the abstract slideway, the posture of ice and snow movement with traditional calligraphy, and expresses Chinese people’s understanding of the Olympic spirit to the world with simple symbols. Being “succinct but not simple”，
Senior litterateur Sharma no moreBy RSS
Senior litterateur Tara Nath Sharma, also known as Tana Sharma, passed away due to a brain hemorrhage today. He was 87.
New release dates of three films announcedBy The Rising Nepal
New release dates of three Nepali films, Ma Yesto Geet Gaauchhu 2, Lappan Chappan 2 and Ye Mero Hajur 4 have been announced. Ma Yesto Geet Gaauchhu 2 will be released on February 25 while Lappan Chappan 2 will be released on March 4.
KMC distributes prize to winners of MedipuzzleBy The Rising Nepal
The Department of Pharmacology at Kathmandu Medical College has distributed prizes to the winners of the All Nepal Inter-College Pharmacology Quiz Competition organised via online app. The competition was organised via app-based platform called Medipuzzle which is available in both android and IOS platforms. This is the very first time that a nationwide competition was virtually organised in the field of medical education, said the organiser in a statement on Sunday.
Cinema halls reopenBy The Rising Nepal
Cinema halls in Kathmandu, which were closed after the third wave of COVID-19 pandemic hit the country, reopened on Sunday. The cinema halls have come into operation since Sunday after the district administration offices gave permission to open them by abiding by health protocols. With the opening of cinema halls, the films whose screening was previously halted because of closure of the halls were re-released.
Dalit community in earthquake-hit Barpak still under makeshift hutsBy The Rising Nepal
More than six years have elapsed since the Gorkha earthquake struck in 2015. Since then, a vast majority of the destroyed or damaged houses by the quake have been reconstructed. Of those, more than 65,000 private houses have been completed in the district. Some of them under construction are being constructed through the Urban Housing and Building Division Office in coordination with the local level.
Historic idol missing from Balkumari Temple retrievedBy RSS
Locals have celebrated the retrieval of the antique object. Metropolitan Police Range Lalitpur’s Chief Senior Superintendent of Police Yagya Binod Pokhrel confirmed that the statue was retrieved from the place near Karuna Temple at Lalitpur Metropolis-15 at 6:00 am Friday. The idol was apparently stolen from the temple on January 22 and police believed that the probable accused might have dropped it there out of fear of the arrest.
An Exhilarating ExperienceBy The Rising Nepal
For many, the idea of bird-watching does not seem an important task, but for others, it is a strong positive habit. So they run from one end of the country to the other part to seeing the birds. You can ask that many birds can be seen by looking at the surrounding environment, then what is the need to go far to see the birds.
The abode Of Lord ShivaBy The Rising Nepal
The other day I had decided to trek from Devi's Falls to the peak of Pumdikot. The purpose of this trek was to see a 51-ft tall idol of Lord Shiva. The trek from Devi’s falls up to Pumdikot is about 13 km and the place lies in Pokhara Metropolitan city-22.
The Tamangs Of NepalBy The Rising Nepal
Tamang people have a typical mountain character. They will watch strangers with suspicion but will voluntarily consent to friendship. However, if they are betrayed, they will remember the betrayers for a long time. Many spears have been broken to prove the origins of the Tamang, as well as the meaning of this word. The Tamangs call the land of their ancestors Tamsaling, which means the place where the people speak the Tamang language.
Messages In Lyrical FormBy The Rising Nepal
What does a poet do in a painful time? He or she has no other option but to write poems. It is within poet or poetess power. They try their best to compose poems to give sentiments an artistic expression. Here in this under review book entitled “Bandabandika Taranga", the circumstances to talk about is the coronavirus pandemic and the person who has kept himself busy in creative works to console himself is Ramesh Jung Sijapati. The theme of the poet is mainly the adverse impact of the coronavirus....
For Strengthening Parliamentary Committee SystemBy The Rising Nepal
Nepal's parliamentary system endures its own customary as well as innovative influences from democratic practices from across the world. The documentation of lessons to rectify the lapses for future purposes is an age-old trend to gain and transfer knowledge to the next generation. Proper documentation of history helps maintain the future course for an institution that is established to strengthen democracy.
A novel Of Love, Career And FriendshipBy The Rising Nepal
Choosing between career and love can be a tough choice for youngsters. Dear Mamta, the novel penned by Mr Sugam Gautam, begins with such a conflict. At the beginning of the novel, the writer appears to be optimistic in his presentation.
Pros And Cons Of Social MediaBy The Rising Nepal
Social media is an interactive site where users can communicate with one another virtually. It has certainly changed the way people communicate. Today, there are social media apps such as Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat among others. One can download such apps for free on electronic devices via an internet connection. Thus, on the palm of individuals can have nifty smartphones to connect to the world through several taps on the screen.
The ‘hero’s friend’ Prem Pandey and his journey to filmmakingBy The Rising Nepal
Supporting characters are vital for making movies entertaining. Yet, in many cases, they are side-lined or under-emphasised in favour of the “lead.” But film critics and scholars, both in Nepal and abroad, routinely point out the importance of, for lack of a better word, “non-lead” actors in giving shape and form to films.
Deepika says she makes ‘bolder choices’ because of RanveerBy The Rising Nepal
Deepika Padukone likes to weigh her words before she speaks. She considers the questions, pauses for a moment as if looking for the right phrase, and articulates her thoughts precisely. This attention to detail, emphasis on a considered opinion is not just limited to her interviews, it is evident in all aspects of her life and career.