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  • Marsyangdi Village Municipality starting homestay facilities

    Besisahar, March 19: Marsyangdi Village Municipality is preparing to begin homestay facilities in 13 of its villages. The village municipality is situated to the north of Lamjung. Village Municipality President Arjun Gurung said that the village municipality is starting homestay facilities in 13 villages from 8 different wards. The service has already started in Ghanpokhari, Siurung, Dhagain, Chhapa, Mipra, and Bhusme where around 80 houses are offering homestay facilities to tourists. “The houses in these villages are suitable for...

    Pokhara tourism organizations to conduct musical program on no-vehicle weekends

    Kathmandu,March 18: Pokhara Metropolitan is enforcing no-vehicle zone in the Lakeside area from coming Friday. In the first phase, the no-vehicle zone will be enforced on Fridays and Saturdays from Hallanchowk to Barahi chowk. The city is planning to conduct musical programs in the area on the no-vehicle days. Ward Chief of Ward no. 8, Pokhara Metropolitan City, said that from the coming Friday, a two-hour musical program will be conducted on the no-vehicle days under the sponsorship of...

    Discussions start for rebuilding Dharahara

    Kathmandu, March 16 (RSS): The National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) has initiated consultations with the bodies concerned for pursuing the reconstruction of the historic Dharahara which was destroyed by the earthquake on April 25, 2015. NRA has started discussions on the reconstruction of the iconic monument after Nepal Telecom backed off from its earlier commitment to reconstruct it. A meeting was held in this connection on Thursday which was chaired by Chief Executive Officer of NRA Yubaraj Bhusal. On the...

    How musicians and athletes could learn from each other when it comes to coping with stress

    Classical musicians and elite athletes might not appear to have much in common. One is concerned with artistry, the other with physicality. But whether they are on the stage or the pitch, holding a violin or football, there is a constant pressure for them to perform under the spotlight. This ongoing stress can mean both classical musicians and elite athletes face similar mental health challenges, which may not be immediately apparent to their fans and followers. Musicians may play...

    Exhibition of photos of famous Nepali women in the offing

    Kathmandu, March 7 (RSS): The Cultural Museum Nepal is organising an exhibition of photos of prominent Nepali women making special contribution to the country’s social, political and economic transformation. The exhibition will be organised from March 8 to 14 marking the International Women’s Day. Museum chairman Kshitiz Arun Shrestha said the exhibition would include historical photos of more than 250 prominent Nepali women. The theme of the photo exhibition is – ‘Let Us Remember Women Power and Respect the...

    Simran is Miss Tamang 2018

    Kathmandu, March 4 : Simran Syangbo of Parsa has been crowned Miss Tamang 2018. Simran outclassed 28 competitors to clinch the title. Pinky Ghising, the Miss Tamang 2017 title-holder, crowned Simran in the 11th episode of Miss Tamang Beauty and Talent Contest held at Hotel Soaltee Crowne Plaza here on Saturday. The event was jointly organised by Nepal Tamang Art and Culture Centre and the Everest Fashion Home. Simran got the highest number of votes to win the title....

    Salman Khan’s Nepal tour postponed following threats from splinter Maoist group

    Kathmandu, March 2 Bollywood super star’s Salman Khan show Kathmandu, scheduled to begin for Saturday next week, has been postponed indefinitely, orgnisers say. This comes days after the Netra Bikram Chand-led Communist Party of Nepal, a splinter Maoist outfit, said it would not allow the show to take place. According to the organisers of the event, Bollywood stars Sonakshi Sinha, Prabhu Deva and Manish Paul were also set to perform at the event, ‘Dabang Tour’. The event was being...

    Environment Minister pledges elaborative measures to control air pollution

    Kathmandu, Feb 27: Minister for Population and Environment, Lalbabu Pandit, has said companies producing non-biodegradable plastic products would be banned. Speaking at a face-to-face programme organised by the Rafat Sanchar Club here today, the Minister pledged to come up with policies to ban on the manufacturing of non-biodegradable plastic and to discourage production of non-perishable and canned food. He took the time to announce that vehicles without green stickers would be sent off the roads of metropolitan and sub-metropolitan...

    Special security plan for Holi festival, punishment to lola thrower

    Kathmandu, Feb 26: The Metropolitan Police Range, Kathmandu, has prepared a special security arrangement in view of the coming Holi, the festival of colours. It is being celebrated coming Thursday in the hilly districts including the Kathmandu Valley, while next day in the Tarai districts. Police are to take immediate action against anyone else smearing colour forcefully to others and throwing lolas (water-filled balloons) during the festival. At a press meet here Sunday, Range chief Senior Superintendent of Police...

    Panchebaja Movie Review: A tale of friendship and betrayal

    All Nepali movies seem to follow a predictable pattern these days. A slow build up leads to a predictable climax and when the curtain falls, the audience is left surprised how the film ended. Panchebaja fits well with the pattern. The movie is full of fun but is clichéd dialogues and poor presentation are a big turn-off for the audience. The film revolves around the lives three main characters Bhupi (Saugat Malla), Rudra (Karma), and Sahile (Buddhi Tamang). Bhupi is a...

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